The herb is also called eye weed, tear or eyeball. Its Latin name is Euphrasiae Officinalis.
Description: annual herbaceous plant with a straight, shaggy stem up to 20 cm, serrated leaves, white or pale pink flowers. Blooms from August to September.
Chemical composition: monosaccharides and sugar alcohol (sorbitol), sucrose, pectins, organic acids, flavanoids, anthocyanins, tannins, carotenoids, vitamin C and others.
Preparation: Infusion: 2 tablespoons of the herb are poured with 1/2 liter of boiling water. Sweetened with honey can be drunk as tea. Decoction: 3 teaspoons. herb boil in 1/4 liter of water for 10 minutes.
Usage: internally - in the form of infusion of 100 ml 4 times daily before meals. Externally: in the form of a decoction for warm eye baths.
Warning: the plant is POISONOUS! Admission should be done only on prescription!
Measure: envelope 100 g.
- Can be used by:Children
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Eyes
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