THE LACRIMAL GLANDS 2

Inflammation of the tear ducts themselves is rare, but that of the nasolacrimal duct and the lacrimal sac is more frequent. If this inflammation is not given immediate attention with herbal packs of camomile and eyebright, the attacking bacteria may cause a chronic condition or even the formation of abscesses. Flushing of the eyes with warm milk or mallow leaf water, to which a few drops of Echinaforce has been added, is a rapid cure for simple inflammations. For those who work or live in a dusty environment it is highly recommended to cleanse the area of the eyes with the lids closed by wiping them with a cotton pad soaked in Echinaforce. Do this every evening. It prevents dirt, dust and bacteria from entering the eye itself. If the lacrimal duct is blocked you must see a doctor to have it punctured. At the same time, it is important to use Echinaforce as mentioned above and to bathe the eyes with warm milk or herbal tea. If the eyes tend to be encrusted in the morning upon awakening, it is a sign of a metabolic disorder which must be treated immediately.

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