June 24, 2019





Heat in spleen and stomach can lead to stye
“You have a stye? You must have peeped at someone in their shower!” This folk rumor has been heard since childhood. In Chinese medicine, it is known as needle-eye as it refers to small sores that are at the edge of the eyelids. Peeping is surely not the cause. From a Chinese medicine perspective, different positions of the eyes correspond to different organs, and the eyelids correspond to the spleen and stomach. Therefore, most patients have heat in the spleen and stomach or external wind and heat, accompanied by symptoms such as body heat, constipation, and acne. Eye sores cause itchiness and redness first. It may fester when redness is enlarged.
Chinese medicine treatment of needle-eye is generally based on clearing heat and detoxification. If the symptoms are mild, you can drink Chrysanthemum tea with honeysuckle for relief. You can also apply a clean and hot towel to the eye. If the eye sore festers, you should seek medical help. On a regular basis, you should have a healthy lifestyle, avoid late nights, eat less fried food, pay attention to eye hygiene. Ladies should thoroughly clean off eye makeup every day and do not rub your eyes to avoid aggravating symptoms.

Chrysanthemum tea with honeysuckle
Effects: clears heat and detoxifies
Ingredients: 3g honeysuckle, 3g Hang chrysanthemums, 1 fig
Preparation: Rinse honeysuckle and Hang chrysanthemums thoroughly and place into thermos, rinse with hot water once. Then add in hot water again and steep for 5 minutes. Add shredded fig pieces into thermos after the tea has cooled.
Note: this tea is cool in nature and is not suitable for those prone to diarrhea as well as pregnant women.

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