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Red eyes are caused by enlarged, dilated blood vessels leading to the appearance of redness on the surface of the eye. There are many possible causes of a red eye or eyes. Bloodshot eyes appear red because the vessels in the surface of the white portion of the eye (sclera) become enlarged and irritated. This may result from extremely dry air, sun exposure, dust, foreign body, an allergic reaction, infection, trauma, or other conditions. Eye diseases such as blepharitis, conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, uveitis etc. also may cause red eye. Another common cause of a red eye is straining or coughing. This can lead to a bright red, uniformly dense bloody area on the sclera.

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Acer spicatum

As eye drops to soothe irritation caused by campfire smoke (pith of young twigs); to treat sore eyes (outer bark); to wounds and abscesses (boiled root chips); to treat internal haemorrhage (roots and bark)

Emilia sonchifolia

Problems with the bowel, to treat infantile tympanites, to relieve cuts and wounds, breast abcesses (plant); to relieve sore ears, headache, night blindness and eye inflammations (leaf); to treat diarrhoea, cataracts and redness of the eyes (root).

Nepenthes khasiana

For urinary troubles when administered orally and for redness and itching of the eye, cataract and night blindness if used as eye drops and for treating stomach troubles, diabetes and cholera patients.




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