Walleye popular recipes.
Walleye traditional recipes based on essential oils, herbs, flowers, roots, herbs and natural products are used in our day to home treatment.
Walleye - is persistent clouding of the cornea. occurs following injury and inflammation of the cornea.
Walleye popular recipes for outdoor use.
The ancient folk recipe: take the freshly baked bread in the oven, on top of the bread cut out a circular groove, insert it into the jar upside down and pressed so that the air did not fall and was able to gather in a jar healing moisture.
A few minutes later, when there are enough drops, turn over to the bank, along with bread, a jar of medicinal extract the liquid and pour it into sterilized utensils.
Daily bury the diseased eye on a few drops, the course of treatment 1 - 2 months.
The recipe for preventing the development of an eyesore: take equal parts of onion juice and honey, bury the diseased eye 3 times a day, 2 drops, the rate per month.
Recipe for removing cataracts without surgery: take the sap of fir and buried in the eye and 1 drop daily, initially will feel very strong burning sensation, but gradually the walleye will resolve.
The recipe for the deterioration of the prevention and treatment of cataracts, Walleye: take the juice of onion - 2 grams, dandelion juice - 3 ml fresh honey in May - 4 grams, stir and insist 4 hours in the dark, lay behind the eyelid 2 - 3 times day.
The recipe for powdered sugar: take the powdered sugar and blows it into the eye through a tube, the day more than 10 puffs on a daily basis until the complete disappearance of cataracts.
After the injection of powdered sugar 1 can drip a drop of honey, there transient stinging, but the appearance will be tearing.
Site is not a guide to self-medication. Before using certain recipes require mandatory consultation of the doctor!
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