What it is: An unwanted pathogen (bacteria, virus, fungus, yeast, or mold) causing problems in the eye area.
How to get rid of it: Kill the pathogen.
How to treat the symptoms: Reduce inflammation and/or stop secondary infections.
The best and safest option for killing pathogens, reducing inflammation, and stopping secondary infections is to use Guardian™ Silver Sol. Silver sol is a new technology that has been lab tested to kill pathogens and reduce inflammation. It can be taken orally and applied topically. It is also completely safe.
For detailed information about Guardian Silver (including comments by the former surgeon general of the US Air Force), this video provides the detailed information that will help you take control of your health:
What types of eye infections can occur? How do eye infections happen? What can I do to prevent an eye disorder? Do I have to use antibiotics? Are some remedies better than others?
Eye Infection – Humans and Animals are Susceptible
A wide array of viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi that invade the human body are also capable of attacking the surface or interior of the eye. There is no specific virus that attacks only the eye. In most cases, an eye infection is caused by a virus or viral condition, such as the common cold. This form is also referred to as viral conjunctivitis or pink eye. An eye infection that is caused by bacteria is more serious in nature.
Besides human inflictions, eye infections can also occur in animals—especially hamsters, cats, kittens, dogs and horses. Animal owners will want to be prepared with effective remedies to ensure their pet is treated properly.
Symptoms of an Eye Infection
Symptoms of eye infection include redness in the white part of the eye or the inside of the eyelids, puffy eyelids and watery eyes. Symptoms of the more serious bacterial eye infection include those listed above plus yellow discharge from the eye and eyelids that become matted or stuck together.
Typical Treatment and Prevention of Fungal Eye Infections
The best way to take care of a viral eye infection is to rinse the eyes often with warm water, using a clean cotton ball each time. Keeping the eyes clean will help in preventing a bacterial infection. While viral eye infections can last from about four to seven days, they are mildly contagious but otherwise harmless.
If the eyes develop a yellow discharge or the eyelids become matted or stuck together after sleeping, the condition is likely that of a bacterial or fungal eye infection. As mentioned, bacterial or fungal eye infections are of a more serious nature, and antibiotic eye drops are often prescribed.
If you are looking for a safe natural alternative, however, you must consider Guardian Silver Sol. This silver sol offers an effective way to treat both types of eye infections—plus it works quickly.
How to Use Guardian Silver Sol
Guardian Silver Sol can reduce the discomfort and visible signs of an eye infection within the first hour, with substantial improvements in two hours. This is because the silver particles in the solution kill viruses and bacteria within minutes of contact. (Learn more by visiting other pages on this website.) Guardian also reduces redness, inflammation and itchiness.
To treat an eye infection, place 2 or 3 drops of silver sol directly into the eyes 1-4 times a day. In addition, drink 1-2 tsp of Guardian twice a day (morning and night).
Technical term: conjunctivitis
- eye pain
- altered vision
- severe redness of the eye
- redness of the white part of the eye
- redness of the inside of the eyelids
- puffy eyelids
- watery eyes
- infections such as chlamydia and herpes simplex
- viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi coming into contact with the eye
- follow safe sexual practices
- follow proper care procedures for contact lenses, discard them as per usage schedule
- if a family member is infected, use separate linens, towels, facecloths, etc, as well as frequent hand washing
- use Guardian Silver Sol as suggested