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  1. photo The Causes and Natural Treatment of Stys (or <b>Styes</b>)The Causes and Natural Treatment of Stys (or Styes)Treatment
    experienced a sty. A stye, or sty,  is an infection, generally in a hair follicle that is caused by a bacterial infection.After a few days there can be a white head that forms and pus appears in the area.TheRead more
  2. Esential Oils for Styes, StiesTreatment
    Get your dried, organic herbs, organic essential oils, bulk spices, loose leaf organic teas and aromatherapy supplies at the place where we shop – Starwest Botanicals! First, prepare the liquid...Read more
  3. photo MRSA killed by 1000-Year-Old Herbal Antibiotic: hospital superbug MRSA subdued by British Folk RemedyMRSA killed by 1000-Year-Old Herbal Antibiotic: hospital superbug MRSA subdued by British Folk RemedyNews
    An herbal remedy used to treat styes in the 9th Century has been used successfully to kill MRSA. MRSA or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus 9, is an antibiotic resistant bacteria that killsRead more
  4. photo Ancient onion and garlic medicinal recipe cures drug-resistant superbug infectionsAncient onion and garlic medicinal recipe cures drug-resistant superbug infectionsNews
    . -- Recipe to treat a stye, translated from Bald's Leechbook. Only after teaming up with colleague Dr. Freya Harrison and her team from the microbiology department were they able to recreate the ancient salveRead more 100.011 votos
  5. photo Eyelash Health, Eyelash Growth: How to Grow Longer EyelashesEyelash Health, Eyelash Growth: How to Grow Longer EyelashesTreatment
    . * Trichiasis is ingrown eyelashes * Eyelashes may become infested with crab louse parasites * An external hordeolum, or stye, is a purulent inflammation of infected eyelash follicles and surrounding sebaceousRead more

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Stye

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An external stye or styes /ˈstaɪ/, also hordeolum /hɔrˈdiːələm/, is an infection of the sebaceous glands of Zeis at the base of the eyelashes, or an infection of the apocrine sweat glands of Moll. External styes form on the outside of the lids and can be seen as small red bumps. Internal styes are infections of the meibomian sebaceous glands lining the inside of the eyelids. They also cause a...More