A stye is a small boil/sebaceous gland on the edge of the eyelid, caused by infection. The stye usually develops as a result of a bacterial infection of the hair follicle of an eyelash. There may be a build up of pus, which can be quite painful. Because of infection is contagious, it often passes from one eyelash to another. A doctor can prescribe a cream to prevent this. Anyone with a stye should be careful to use only their own flannel and towel. Tweezers used to treat a stye should be sterilized afterwards. Here we have some natural but effective tips to heal the problem of stye at home without any side effect.
Best Natural Tips to Treat Stye Eye
Neem Leaves Paste
Make a paste of Neem leaves and apply this paste on the affected area for 25-30 minutes. Now remove it and wash your eye with lukewarm, but boiled water of Neem leaves for 4-5 minutes. Repeat this during the day. Within 2 or 3 days this will remove stye and also stops the building of pus. Neem leaves are the best natural tonic for bacterial infections.
Aloe Vera Gel and Turmeric Powder
Make a thick paste with Aloe Vera gel and Turmeric powder. Apply this paste on affected area 2-3 time during the day for 20-25 minutes then wash with lukewarm water.
Guava Leaves Paste
Make a paste of Guava leaves paste and apply it on the stye area or heat up guava leave on a low flame in a pane. Apply this leaf on your eye for 8-10 minutes. Repeat it 6-7 times during the day.
Warm up cucumber slices on an iron pan and place these slices on your eyes for 10-15 minutes 4-5 times during the day.
A warm compress may draw out the pus. If this does not work, check carefully which eyelash is infected and use tweezers to pull out the lash. The pus will normally come with it. In severe cases, antibiotics may be needed.
Heat a slice of Onion and sprinkle turmeric powder on it and place it on your effected eye for 20-25 minutes then remove it and wash your face with lukewarm water.
Ginger Powder Paste
Make a paste with ginger powder and mix Aloe Vera gel in it. Apply this paste 3-4 times on your affected eye for 15-20 minutes.