Bathe the eye every fifteen minutes in quite warm water; if applied when the soreness first appears, it is a sure preventive, otherwise it will greatly relieve. Also moisten green tea leaves and bind on the stye.
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Strong green tea, sweetened well, and set in saucers about the places where they are most numerous, will attract and destroy them. This plan is much to be preferred to the use of those horrible fly-papers, which catch the poor insects alive, cruelly torturing them while starving them to death.
Source: Cassell’s Household GuideFiled under Remedy | Tags: cassell, flies, fly, green tea, insecticide, insects, tea | Comment (0)
Take half an ounce each of green tea and lobelia herb, and tincture a few days in four ounces of alcohol and water, equal parts. An invaluable eyewater for weak eyes and all kinds of sore and inflamed eyes. Use it two or three times a day.
Source: The Ladies’ Book Of Useful InformationFiled under Remedy | Tags: alcohol, eye, eyes, eyewater, green tea, ladies-book, lobelia, tincture | Comment (0)