EUPHRASIA D3 eye drops 10 ml Catarrhal inflammation, Lid edema

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Euphrasia D3 Catarrhal inflammation, Lid edema


eye drops Fields of

application: according to the anthroposophical knowledge of man and nature. These include: Catarrhal inflammation of the eye, which is associated with increased tear production; Lid edema, especially on an allergic basis.



Euphrasia D3 Catarrhal inflammation, Lid edema For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

 

What to do with inflamed, red eyes?
Fast help for eye problems with Euphrasia D3 eye drops

Irritation of the conjunctiva is one of the most common eye problems. The medicinal plant extract from eyebright contained in the Euphrasia D3 eye drops has a soothing effect on watery and reddened eyes, calms unpleasant burning sensations and itching and allows mild, non-infectious conjunctivitis to subside quickly. After consultation with the doctor, they are also suitable for long-term use, for example during the allergy season. Euphrasia D3 eye drops from Weleda are free of preservatives and also suitable for contact lens wearers.

✔ Soothes irritated conjunctiva
✔ Relieves symptoms of conjunctivitis such as pain and burning
✔ Helps with inflamed, red and watery eyes

The Euphrasia D3 eye drops are available as a multidose in a bottle (10 ml) or as single doses, which are practical for on the go.

Advantages of the 10ml bottle:
✔ Can be used from infancy
✔ Particularly suitable for long-term users, e.g. during the allergy
season ✔ Can be kept for 3 months after opening



Advantages of the individual doses EUPHRASIA D3 eye drops 10 ml Catarrhal inflammation, Lid edema:

 


✔ Practical for on
the go ✔ For families if several people use the product
✔ For sporadic needs and short therapy
times ✔ 3 different pack sizes (5x0.4 ml; 10x0.4 ml; 20x0.4 ml)

Dosage and method of application of the Euphrasia D3 eye drops
Unless otherwise prescribed, drip 1 drop into the conjunctival sac 3 times a day.

How does non-infectious conjunctivitis develop?
In contrast to purulent, infectious conjunctivitis, which is usually caused by bacteria, allergies and other external stimuli are among the most common causes of non-infectious conjunctivitis (e.g. sun exposure, smoke, dust, pollen or chlorine in indoor swimming pools). Non-purulent conjunctivitis can also occur in connection with a cold or a flu-like infection. The conjunctiva can also become inflamed as a result of prolonged overexertion. For example, when the eye is overburdened by long screen work. Non-infectious conjunctivitis is not contagious.

Pretty meadow flower with a big effect: Euphrasia officinalis
For centuries, extracts from the pretty meadow flower Euphrasia officinalis (also known as eyebright) have been used to treat eye problems. The medicinal plant extracts relieve pain, burning, redness and soothe the irritated conjunctiva.

Weleda tip: it's easier
to put eye drops in it Sometimes it's difficult to put eye drops in irritated eyes, especially in babies or small children. However, if you put a drop in the corner of the lid on the nose side of the closed eye, the drop runs in all by itself.