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Euphrasia combines astringent and anti-inflammatory actions to produce an anti-catarrhal action. Euphrasia is used for all types of eye inflammations and superficial injuries to the eye or surrounding tissue. Eye infections, weak eyes, dim vision, hay fever, colds, coughs, hoarseness, earache, headache with sinus congestion, basically all catarrhal conditions of the respiratory tract respond to Euphrasia.
Analgesic, Antidepressive, Antiinflammatory, Antipyretic
Albizia Lebbeck, Ginger
Possible skin allergy if used topically due to the lactones. Some people have developed mouth ulcers or experienced loss of taste from eating the fresh leaves due to allergies to the plant. May interfere with anti-coagulant medications
Infusion: 1 tsp/cup of water. Tincture, Capsules: 100mg QD