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Homeopathic Remedies for Black Eye

How to Get Rid of a Black Eye?

A bruise which is caused by an eye or head injury or a trauma directly to the nose or eye can make the skin area around the eye region to become black due to the blood coagulating beneath the surface.  The surrounding areas can also become swollen accompanied by headache and pain.  Swelling of the eye area may cause issues of blurred vision and sometimes difficulties to open the eye.  Other possible causes of black eye can be from surgical operations such as nose surgery, jaw surgery or facelift.

It is crucial to avoid repeated black eye incidents as complications such as impaired cornea, reduced vision or even glaucoma may arise.

Generally, black eye tends to heal naturally on its own after a few days or sometimes up to a few weeks.  However, using these homeopathic remedies can help to provide faster relief and accelerate the healing process for black eye.  Unfortunately sometimes black eye can be an indication of a severe injury to the head such as a skull fracture or a serious damage to the eyeball.  Seek medical attention as soon as possible if severe symptoms such as vision loss, double vision, persistent headache, incapable of moving the eye, clear liquid or blood discharge from the ears or nose, loss of consciousness or pools of blood on the eye surface are encountered.

Homeopathic Remedies

Symptoms: Black eye due to an injury
Homeopathic medicine: Arnica
Potency: 200 (Must be administered as soon as possible)

Symptoms: Black eye due to concussion or a blow
Homeopathic medicine: Ledum
Potency: 200