Boiron Euphrasia Officinalis (9C) is a product designed specially to treat discharge coming out of the eye. Boiron Euphrasia Officinalis is also commonly known as Eyebright. This product can also be helpful in treating inflammation in the eye in addition to treating the discharge that may be a result of this inflammation. Euphrasia Officinalis is also used to treat discharge from the ear, nose and sinuses. Boiron Euphrasia Officinalis can also be used to help lessen sensitivity to light when appropriate.
Adults and children over 2 years of age and older take 5 pellets 3 times daily until symptoms subsist or under medical direction.
- Treats Discharge from the Eye
- Reduces Eyelid Swelling
Updated Jan. 28, 2016, about 7 years ago
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Reducing Discharge
- Reducing Inflammation
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Question: My puppy is 8 weeks old and yesterday I noticed he had cherry eye in his right eye. What do you suggest I give him.Sheila Salissheilasalisearthlink.net
- A: Thank you for your interest in Euphrasia officinalis 9c for your new puppy. Please consult with your puppy's vet to see if this product is ok for him/her to use and if it will clear its cherry eye.
Question: My two year old daughter has chalazion. Is this the product I should give her? I read somewhere else that sulphur is also used for chalazion. Im not sure which one to give her.
- A: Chalazion is described as a small bump on the eye lid caused by a blocked oil duct and often results in inflammation on the eye lid. Euphrasia officinalis 9C also known as eyebright is often used for discharge from the eye and inflammation. Some find relief from red, itchy, watery eyes and even discharge from sinuses using euphrasia. The manufacturer suggest children 2 years and older take 5 pellets 3 times per day or as directed by your health care practitioner. It can also be helpful to apply a warm compress to the infected area for several minutes 3 times per day. The warmth can help soften the oils and help promote drainage and reduce swelling.