A combination of herbs traditionally used for all types of dog eye infections.
Dog Eye Wash for dogs with Conjunctivitis, Blepharitis, Styes, Tired Eyes/Eye Strain, etc.
Dog Eye wash is indicative for a range of health issues with dogs and and is very effective and comforting for dogs with the above mentioned problems. Dog Eye wash is for external use only and should be added to water which has been boiled, cooled and then salted. To avoid cross contamination, wipe one of the dog’s eye and discard pad, use a new pad for other eye. Use lint free pads!
Chamomilla recutita (Chamomile, German):
Chamomile is revered for its anti inflammatory, soothing properties. Topically Chamomile has been used for all irritations from hives to burns on a dog. A traditional wound healer used for over 2000 years and mentioned in all medicinal disciplines. A medicine chest in one flower. Very soothing and is one of the great players in the Dog Eye Wash.
Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis):
The herb of choice for most dog eye disorders including sight, weakness of the eyes usually combined with Golden Seal as below to provide relief.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis):
Calendula has been shown to exert a powerful anti inflammatory, anti-fungal, astringent and antiseptic action. One the herbalists’s most used remedies. Traditionally used for all inflammatory and infected conditions.
Golden Seal (Hydrastis canadensis):
Rich in the alkaloids hydrastine and berberine, both have been shown to exert potent anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Goldenseal was once, one of the main ingredients of Golden Eye Ointment.
Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana):
Although widely known for its astringent and haemostatic properties, Witch Hazel is traditionally used in eye drops.