Eyebright Herb 410mg 100C

 

Eyebright Herb 410mg 100VC

Helps to reduce irritation and over-secretion of mucous from upper respiratory tract membranes
Helps treat allergies and hayfever
Helps relieve inflamed nasal passages
Helps relieve sinusitis
Helps relieve colds and chest congestion
Traditional herb

 

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Eyebright Herb 410mg 100VC

What is Eyebright?
Eyebright is an herb with the botanical name Euphrasis officinalis and belongs to the family of Orobanchaceae which was earlier part of the Scrophulariaceae family. The plant is native to Europe but has been introduced to Asia and North America. The term Euphrasis is derived from the word Euphrosyne which in Greek language means gladness. The name of the herb is related to one of the three Graces in the Greek mythology who was known as Euphrosyne. As the name suggests, eyebright was traditionally used as an eye wash for eye related problems like conjunctivitis, blurry vision, and swollen, puffy eyes caused by cold and allergies. Used orally, it is used to treat inflamed nasal passages, allergies, hayfever and sinusitis.

Benefits:

  • Helps to reduce irritation and over-secretion of mucous from upper respiratory tract membranes
  • Helps treat allergies and hayfever
  • Helps relieve inflamed nasal passages
  • Helps relieve sinusitis
  • Helps relieve colds and chest congestion
  • Traditional herb
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Support:
Eyebright contains natural astringent tannins which help to reduce mucous discharge. It is thought that these tannins work by tightening the mucous membranes, whilst the flavonoids found in this herb can provide relief from seasonal allergies, coughs, colds and chest congestion.

Suggested Use:
Take 2 Veg Capsules daily.

Caution:
For adults only. Consult physician if pregnant/nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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