The eye drops are the traditional Siddha and Ayurvedic medicine that used to reduce the symptoms of various eye problems such as red eyes, dry eyes, itchiness, conjunctivitis, and many other eye problems. This eye drop is made by the composition of natural herbal ingredients to provide an effective treatment. The ingredients are Nandhiya Vattai, Gingelly Oil, and Blepharis Molluginifolia.
The eye drops are classified into two types such as prescription and Non-prescription eye drops. Non-prescription eye drops are also known as OTC eye drops or over-the-counter eye drops and come with an affordable compared to prescription eye drops. These eye drops used to treat various eye problems. These two eye drops help to fight against bacteria growth and non-preservatives are not recommend for serious eye dryness and the preservatives contain soothe long-lasting, eye redness, and hypo tears.
- Eye Vision Disorders
- Reddish of Eye
- Watery Discharge from Eyes
Nandhiya Vattai – Nandhiya Vattai is one type of plant. Its leaves are dark green in color and flowers are white. It has several species of flower petals. Nandhiya Vattai native is North India.
Nandhiya Vattai is grown as a beauty fungus in West Africa. It grows to a height up to 3 to 5 feet. It is mainly used for eye disease. Drinking Nandhiya Vattai root is diarrhea and abdominal cramps. Its flowers are used as perfume.
Benefits of Nandhiya Vattai
- The leaves juice has anti-inflammatory action, so you can be applied over the wounds.
- You can be applied juice of the flower over eyes for eye diseases.
- Flower juice can be mixed with oil and used as eye drops.
- Flower juice mixed with oil can be applied over skin diseases.
- The leaves juice helps to anti-hypertensive and diuretic.
There are no side effects in using this tablet, and you can consider the therapeutic advice for the usage of this tablet during pregnancy.