This disease differs from the normal cataract of the eyebrow in the fact that on the transitional set of the lower eyelid, small, transparent twigs of the next-to-red color are created, which, like outgrowths, are lower in the ranks. Upper practice is mostly spared.

Outgrown catarrh ​​cause infectious pathogens. Whenever an epidemic occurs, especially in places where there are many people, for example, public baths.The symptoms of the disease are fairly large, because the cores are pressed and scratched through the connective tissue that separates the mucous membrane, the fluid fluid.

The illness lasts for weeks and months, and in some cases for years. He often comes back. If the disease is healed, the outgrows disappear without scarring.



Tea content:

30 g of flowers and leaves of yarrow

 20 g of chamomile flowers

20 g of oak leaves

10 g of Greater celandine stems



Preparation and application of tea:

Chop the grass and make a good mix. 10 grams of the tea mix put it in 1 liter boiling water and let it cool while covered. When the tea I cooled transfer it in a bottle through double –cloth fabric (gauze).

In the morning and in the evening, wash your eyes with mild warm tea. After that,  lightly grease the eyes with olive oil. During the day use the same tea to put  cotton pads dipped in tea mix and put it on closed eyes lids. Use clean cotton pads for every use.

Instead of consuming water, prepare a mild tea from chamomile and yarrow. Drink the tea sweetened with honey.




The illness is very similar to the epithelial catarrh of the joint or the connective co-wire of the eye, but it is much more dangerous than the catarrh. The disease often occurs in the south, especially in the Orient, while in the northern parts it is quite rare. It is called “Egyptian”, because for the military in Egypt, a large number of Napoleon soldiers suffered from this illness.

According to Miser from Egypt, he is also called our messenger.The trachea is an infectious inflammation of the eyes, which is evident in the creation of a multitude of greyish creams on the joint skin or eye connectors. Unlike the flat-knot catarrh, the trachoma is almost exclusively evolving on the upper eye lid. The disease usually begins suddenly-but, sometimes, it occurs smoothly and unnoticed. The heartbeat is formed only after the appearance of the snake. In the beginning, the trachea completely resembles the pupae catarrh, so it is difficult to distinguish it from it.

Only when a gray-red layer appears on the cornea, which is clogged with a blood vessel, only the disease can be prevented. After that, the degree of disease is followed by the dying decomposition of the grains, which creates cysts similar to malign craters. At this stage, the heart is large and the pain is unbearable. The excrements are often swollen, and the eyebrows are glued. Joints are very red.The third stage of the disease is healing: the grains turn into small warts that, like raw meat, run from the nose.

The entire tissue of the scar and goes into the scar. It hardly affects the eye because the slimy tissue that moistens the eye is destroyed. The eye becomes dry and can hardly move around. The damaged upper trunk is hissing and becoming shorter and difficult to close. Thus, the eyeballs are deprived of their protection. 1 cornea suffers from this layer, it is no longer transparent and the eye can be blinded. (Illness is otherwise successfully treated with antibiotics.)

Treatment Instructions are the same as in the treatment of the epithelial catarrh of the joint skin of the eye. In addition, it is necessary to drink 6 times a day for 1 dl of moderately prepared tea from a mixture of herbaceous plants:
20g of common juniper leaves

20g of leaves of Breckland thyme

20g of  yarrow flower

20g of stem of puzzle grass

20g of Teucrium montanum stems