Any sort of redness or irritation of the eye should be taken seriously at all times. Check your reading habits--reading in dim light, or in a posture that strains your eyes can cause your eyesight to suffer. Redness in the whites of the eye is usually indicative of dry eyes or "meibomitis." If redness occurs on a regular basis make an appointment with an eye doctor. However, occasional reddening of the whites of the eye can be cleared by natural procedures, such as sleeping and limiting exposure to potential irritation sources--computer screens and contact lenses, for example.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Organic honey
- Eye dropper
Add two parts organic honey to five parts of distilled water.
Add one part apple cider vinegar and mix thoroughly.
Fill an eyedropper with some of the solution and lie down. Administer three drops of this solution to each affected eye.
Tips and warnings
- The addition of one drop of boric acid to the solution mentioned above can also clear a conjunctival infection from the whites of the eye. A mixture of aloe vera juice and cucumber slices wrapped in a cotton cloth when placed over closed watery eyes relieves the strain caused by cutting onions.
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