Euphrasia Euphrasia all known or has use of herbs, dating from the early 14th century as a cure for the eye.
The name originates from Greece word Eufrasia joy.
This is considered as an herb, and grows 2-8 inches, with deep cut leaves and white flowers or purple color with yellow variety. Bloom is four months, from July to September. It has to be close to the grass and live in a culture environment.
When the flower is at the stage of full flower, this usually occurs in August, it has prepared a fluid. For preparation, this flower is cut right on the root, and has several chemical compounds such as glucose, mannitol and acid Eufrasia Tanino Tanino more.
When this plant is used properly, will have disappeared inflammation in the eye. There are different ways to use as eyewash, eye drops, or plant infusion taken internally for ophthalmic use.
The eufrasia ago by skin wounds
This herb is used to help in the healing process of wounds. It is used by applying the grass right on the wound. Eufrasia can also treat acne and helps skin inflammation.
This can be in the form of tea with 5 ounces of boiling water. For eye drops, one to five times a day from a single drop appears in the standard. These eyedrops, when used for conjunctivitis may be three to seventeen days.
Eufrasia can be bought in the form of tea bags, loose leaves, capsules, liquids, tablets, powders, tinctures, and oil. It is also found in many over-the-counter and online herbal supplement combinations. It is an ingredient in some remedies for cough and cold, in skin lotions, acne medications, and other mixtures.
is used three times daily.