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A Red Bump On My Eye Was A Stye

Author: Kristina H.
Date: 10-14-2011
Views: 17,017
Word Count: 158
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 6402-OR
Brand Neutral: Yes
Scientific Studies: 2

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I woke up with my right eyelid hurting. I went to the mirror and saw a stye. I hadn't had one in over 15 years but I remembered that they could be painful.

I called a friend for advice and she said use a warm compress on it. After doing that, apply a drop of Frankincense oil. She said just don't use them together.

So I put a warm compress on my eye lid. I then took a warm shower. After I got out I put a drop of Frankincense on my index finger and then rubbed over the stye area with my eye closed. I wanted to make sure I didn't get any oil in my eye. I repeated the warm compress and Frankincense a few times through out the day.

The next morning I woke up and it was almost completely gone. I did the protocol 2 more times and by the afternoon it was all gone!

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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: stye — "Demodex blepharitis is a common but overlooked external eye disease. The pathogenesis of Demodex blepharitis in eliciting ocular surface inflammation has been further clarified. The modified eyelash sampling and counting method makes it easier and more accurate to diagnose Demodex infestation. Tea tree oil shows promising potential to treat Demodex blepharitis by reducing Demodex counts with additional antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory actions."Link
2.Associated topics: eyes — "Researchers report that carnosic acid, a component of the herb[s] rosemary [and sage], promotes eye health. The team found that carnosic acid protects retinas from degeneration and toxicity.... Their findings suggest that carnosic acid may have clinical applications for the outer retina, including age-related macular degeneration."Link

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