Combating allergy is not easy, but using natural remedies do not have any side effects and functional, you can relieve the typical symptoms and live the day to the fullest. The view in particular is the one that is affected when it comes to seasonal allergies, typical of autumn and spring. Eye drops is a powerful friend of allergy sufferers. While pharmaceutical products are often expensive and in very small formats, the do-it-yourself ones are cheap and safe.
The properties of aloe vera as eye drops
Allergy is nothing more than a wrong response of the immune system to an external substance that is introduced into the body, and that this perceives it as harmful even when it is not. The substance, known as an allergen, is attacked by the body that generates the allergic reaction to protect itself. Among the typical symptoms of non-food allergies, but of the “environmental” type, that is the one that has to do with pollen, grasses and parietaria for example include:
- Closed nose
- Redness of the eyes
- Burning in the eyes
The aloe vera gel finds many applications, including as a remedy to combat eye allergy. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of the aloe help to counteract the symptoms. In particular, the polysaccharides and the anthraquinones present in the aloe attenuate the typical signs of allergy, helping the body to tolerate allergens. Aloe is a very good remedy for various types of allergies; to combat the symptoms related to the visual system there is no better way to use a DIY aloe vera eye drops.
Eye drops for diy aloe
Aloe vera in pure gel to be used in the form of eye drops needs to be diluted and filtered several times. The ingredients are: 10 ml of aloe vera, 50 ml of water. Simply mix the two elements together until the aloe melts well. Then filter the product obtained with a gauze or tea. Transfer the eye drops into a container with a dropper. Keep the product in an airtight container away from light and heat. Use aloe vera eye drops when needed.