One of the most common problems that usually affect vision is itchy eyes. Generally caused by fungi or mycoses, such cases of eye irritation can be treated, in a complementary way, at home, through natural tea recipes. Below, you can check out some of these forms of beneficial infusions to treat itchy eyes:

Herbal compress

One of these natural recipes is the herbal compress. The same is made from the use of elderflower, euphrasia and marigold. All of these medicinal plants are known for the potential of their calming properties.

In addition, they also have anti-inflammatory and astringent properties, which are responsible for reducing the secretions produced by the eyes when they are irritated, which also ends up relieving symptomatic occurrences such as redness, burning and, of course, itching.


  • 1 teaspoon of dried elderflower
  • 1 teaspoon of dry euphrasia
  • 1 teaspoon of dried marigold
  • 250 ml of water

​​Preparation Mode:

Add all the ingredients in a pan with 250 ml of water and bring to the fire. Then let the mixture stand for 15 minutes. Afterwards, use a filter to strain the infusion. Afterwards, soak pieces of cotton in the mixture and apply them to eyes that are affected by the irritation. It is important to emphasize that the application of the compress should only be done for, at most, three times a day and with a maximum duration of 10 minutes.

natural eye drops

recipe with salt

An effective natural eye drop to treat eye irritation problems is salt-based. To prepare such a solution is quite practical. Initially, boil a medium cup of water and then add a teaspoon of salt. As soon as you notice the boiling point, turn off the heat and wait for the mixture to cool so that you can use it as natural eye drops. Remember that the solution will come into direct contact with the eyes, it should be stored in a clean, dry container.

Recipe with green tea

To prepare the same eye drops, you can still use green tea instead of salt. For this recipe, you should add two tablespoons of green tea to a medium cup of water. Heat the mixture and turn it off only when it reaches the boiling point. Then strain and apply up to three times over irritated eyes.