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Correct Eye/Vision Problems With Witch Hazel Plant

Eye problems are common in both children and adults. Most at times, the solution hangs on lenses. Wearing of lensed for longer times means that without it, you will have problems navigating your way around.

Healthmatics is here to teach you how to use a herb to correct eyes and vision problems. These are the names names of the herb you will be using. Witch Hazel is the most common, but it has other names like Spotted Alder, Winterbloom or Snapping Hazelnut.

Medicinal Uses

Beauty, Burns, Cuts & Wounds, Eczema, Eyes/Vision, Insect/flea Bites, Psoriasis, Skin Care, Sunburns, Varicose Veins.


Analgesic, Anodyne, Anti-inflammatory, Astringent, Refrigerant, Styptic, Vulnerary

Parts Used

Bark, leaves


From Main to Florida in the East, west into the Plains. Found in rich woods and along streams.

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How to Prepare

To prepare an infusion, take a teaspoon of dry leaf extract for a cup of boiling water and steep for ten to fifteen minutes.

Take a cup of the tea, 3 times a daye. Witch Hazel is also used as a topical ointment. In form of tincture the herb is applied at a dose of 1-2 ml thrice per day.

Take this medication and see improvements in your vision in weeks of trying. Soon you won't need your lenses anymore.

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