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Does black tea help irritated eyes?

Can drinking more black tea help people with irritated eyes? Why or why not?
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  • Caspar


    When your eyes feel red and irritated, then you should consider whether you get irritated eyes or not. Conjunctivitis, allergies eyes, dry eye syndrome, blepharitis and corneal ulcer are all the most common causes of irritated eyes. Black tea is possible to help people with irritated eyes. Black tea has a common name-red tea. We all have known that black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. Plain black tea without sweeteners or additives contains negligible quantities of calories, protein, sodium, and fat. A study has shown that drink a cup of black tea can help reverse an abnormal functioning of the blood vessels. People everyday need to take some flavonoids, while black tea contains seventy percent that supply to people. Of course, we can also obtain some of the flavonoids from fruits and vegetables. All these nutrition help with bright our eyes, and reduce itchy and red of eyes. Also, black tea works for blood vessels. Drinking a cup of tea is a good habit to keep balance and health.
  • gary


    I guess the black tea may help people with the irritated eyes' recovery in certain extents. The black tea is processing the fermentation, so its stimulation will be low and suitable for the weakling people especially the aged. The polyphenols would help to increase the activity of osteocyte. The most important function of it is the antibiosis, it would prevent the filterable virus to cause the cold and tooth decay as well as food poisoning. It could also reduce the blood sugar and high blood pressure. However, if you have the disease of irritated eyes, you must first go to doctor for the medical care, to control it in a short time. The black tea would only used for a kind of health care drink other than the medicine.