4 Home and Natural Remedies for Conjunctivitis

4 Home and Natural Remedies for Conjunctivitis

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Conjunctivitis can also be viral which is caused by viruses from an infected person, which usually travel through the air or are transmitted by direct contact. It should be noted that this condition can be the product of an allergy caused by dust or the environment.

Some of the symptoms of this condition are burning eyes, redness of the eyeball, watery eyes, and sensitivity to light.

There is a wide variety of home remedies that you can do to alleviate and / or eliminate conjunctivitis once and for all. Some of them are:

Water with salt

We all know that salt has great antiseptic properties. If you want to try this simple remedy, you just have to heat half a cup of water with a tablespoon of salt until it is warm. And apply gently with a cotton ball on your eyelids for a few minutes.

This simple remedy will help reduce inflammation of your eyeball caused by conjunctivitis.


Placing a few slices of cucumber on your eyes helps not only to relax and reduce your dark circles, but it also helps to reduce inflammation of your eyes and eliminates the itching and burning caused by this condition.

Chamomile infusion

Apply a warm chamomile infusion to your eyes at least three times a day. This simple step will help reduce eyelid swelling and reduce the discomfort of your eyes.

Linden compress

Step 1: Boil a few linden leaves for at least ten minutes.

Step 2: After removing from the stove, let it rest for another fifteen minutes until it is cold.

Step 3: Soak a compress with this substance and apply it gently on the lids of your eyes.

Do this every day while you have conjunctivitis.

These remedies will help you relieve the annoying symptoms of conjunctivitis. We advise you to wash your hands and eyes very frequently and dry your hands with disposable towels, thus avoiding continuing to host the virus or bacteria with you.


Video: Treatment For Bacterial Conjunctivitis (June 2022).


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