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Eyebright

Susan Coolidge

Eyebright

a story

by Susan Coolidge

  • 377 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Susan Coolidge
The Physical Object
Pagination247, [5] p., [4] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15333039M

At the foot of the Eyebright Garden is Wendelton Guinea Pig Village. Life is very good for the guinea pigs at Wendelton, with their verdant pasture, lovely houses, and lots of nice people visiting them. They so look forward to your arrival that they rush out to greet you. Peter has written a book about the guinea pigs at Wendelton. Some authors familiar with the history of eyebright claim that it has been used medicinally since the 14 th century. One of the first written mentions of the medicinal use of eyebright, however, is in a German book on herbs from From this record, we know that eyebright was used in medicine to treat ailments of the eye.

New Nordic Blue Berry Eyebright Plus, Natural Eye Supplement Tablets with Extracts of Blueberry, Lutein, Eyebright and Grapeseed, Pack of 30 Tablets out of 5 stars 29 £ £ 67 (£/ g) £ £ Improving Vision Problems How to Improve Your Vision Naturally Eyebright & Other Herbal Supplements for Eye Health. During Dr. John R. Christopher's career as a master herbalist he developed an herbal eye wash that features the herb Eyebright to help correct a wide variety of eye problems in folks who are eating correctly and have cleansed their internal organs.

However, taking eyebright internally is the safest way to experience its benefits. If you are interested in trying eyebright tea, you may find this tea for sale at a local health food herbal store. However, eyebright tea may be hard to find for sale locally in some areas which is why it may be more convenient to purchase this tea online. Eyebright - eBook. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review. Coolidge. $ $ 0. 99 $ $ 0. Out of stock. Book Format: eBook. eBook. eBook is out of stock. Get in-stock alert. Digital delivery to your. Walmart ebooks app. or Kobo eReader. Sold by Kobo.


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Eyebright book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sarah Chauncey Woolsey () was an American children's author who w /5. Eyebright Alcohol-FREE Liquid Extract, Organic Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Dried Herb Glycerite Hawaii Pharm Natural Herbal Supplement 2.

Overview Information Eyebright is a plant. The parts that grow above the ground are used to make medicine. Eyebright is taken by mouth for swelling. Eyebright, as its name implies, is traditionally used for just about any ailment of the eye.

An infusion of one ounce of herb per pint of water is an excellent all-purpose eyewash good for removing dust, debris and relieving irritation caused by allergies and mild conjunctivitis. Eyebright is an herb with the botanical name Euphrasis officinalis and belongs to the family of Orobanchaceae which was earlier part of the Scrophulariaceae family.

Currently, there are more than species of this herb on Earth. Other common names of Eyebright are Meadow eyebright, red eyebright, euphrasia, Augentrostkraut, Herbe d Native: Europe but has been introduced to Asia and North America. Euphrasia, or eyebright, is a genus of about species of herbaceous flowering plants in the family Orobanchaceae (formerly included in the Scrophulariaceae), with a cosmopolitan are semi-parasitic on grasses and other plants.

The common name refers to the plant's use in treating eye infections. Many species are found in alpine or sub-alpine Family: Orobanchaceae. Eyebright Susan Coolidge. Fantasy; 41 ratings. This book started out very much in the episodic, child-adventure tradition of Coolidge's "Katy" stories, though this time Mamma is the invalid and a rather whiny one at that.

When Mamma dies and Papa's job disappears, /5(41). Eyebright is a plant also known as Aufraise, Augentrostkraut, Casse-Lunettes, Eufrasia, Euphraise, Euphrasia, Herbe d'Euphraise, Luminet, and other names.

Eyebright has been used in alternative medicine as an aid in treating nasal congestion, sinus pain, cough, breathing problems and other symptoms of allergies or the common cold/ Eyebright is an annual herb.

The seeds are spread around the host plants. It has an upright stem and is from 5 – 10 cm (2 in) tall. As an herb the whole plant above the root is used. Eyebright is harvested during the flowering season from July to September.

The eyebright is dried and most often used to make tea. A slow beginning establishes Isabella Bright -- "Eyebright" -- as a mostly good, imaginative, happy little girl.

The narrative drags on with examples till mid-novel, when the pace picks up as trouble tests her. Of course, she meets it with cheerfulness and pluck and things come out well for her in the end.2/5(1). A Manual of Etiquette with Hints on Politeness and Good Breeding (Dodo Press) by Eyebright, Daisy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Eyebright is a plant.

The parts that grow above the ground are used to make medicine. Eyebright is taken by mouth to treat swollen (inflamed) nasal passages, allergies, hay fever, common cold, bronchial conditions, and inflamed sinuses ().It is also used for cancer, coughs, “pink eye” (conjunctivitis), earaches, epilepsy, headaches, hoarseness, inflammation, jaundice, runny.

Euphrasia rostkoviana (synonym Euphrasia officinalis), common names eyebright, eyewort, is a plant from the genus Euphrasia, in the family Orobanchaceae.

Euphrasia rostkoviana herb has been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally as tea, or externally as compresses, for treatment of disorders of the eyes and the gastrointestinal tract.

Family: Orobanchaceae. Eyebright should not be used in place of medication prescribed for you by your doctor. Eyebright is often sold as an herbal supplement. There are no regulated manufacturing standards in place for many herbal compounds and some marketed supplements have been found to be contaminated with toxic metals or other drugs.

If you prefer you can order via ordinary post, enclosing a sterling cheque to Eyebright Books, 7 Pine Crest Way, Bream, Lydney, Glos, GL15 6HG, UK. You can phone us on ( outside the UK) for further details or email [email protected] Links.

"Eyebright made into a powder, and then into an electuary with sugar, hath," says Culpeper, "powerful effect to help and to restore the sight decayed through years; and if the herb were but as much used as it is neglected, it would have spoilt the trade of the maker." Book XI: "To nobler sights.

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Eyebright A Story is a popular book by Susan Coolidge. Read Eyebright A Story, free online version of the book by Susan Coolidge, on Susan Coolidge's Eyebright A Story consists of 12 parts for ease of reading. Choose the part of Eyebright A Story which you want to read from the table of contents to get started.

The Eyebright will not grow readily in a garden if transplanted, unless 'protected' apparently, by grass. The reason for this is that it is a semi-parasite, relying for part of its nourishment on the roots of other plants.

Above ground, it appears to be a perfectly normal plant, with normal flowers and bright green leaves - the leaves of fully. Eyebright Euphrasia officinalis. Prev Next Pause Resume.

To support our efforts please browse our store (books with medicinal info, etc.). Eyebright is a native British and European plant that has naturalised in many other areas of the world including Canada and the U.S.

Eyebright is a semiparasitic plant meaning that it is nourished by the. Eyebright Description. Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) is an annual plant that grows wild in meadows, grassy areas, heaths, and pastures of Britain, northern and western Asia, North America, and belongs to the Scrophulariaceae plant family, which also includes the foxglove plant.

Eyebright grows to a height of inches ( cm) and has small white or .Eyebright should be harvested when in flower and can be dried and powdered for later use. preserving Store dried eyebright powder in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.

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