hallYes, you can use flaxseed oil to help your blepharitis which is really workable. Blepharitis is commonly known as black rim of the eye. That is chronic inflammation of the eyelid margin of skin and eyelash root which has a tendency to relapse because of chronic conjunctivitis refractive errors pick-up or irritant gases, long-term stimulation caused by weak life not health. The self-conscious symptoms for itch and painful eye are dry feeling and visual fatigue. In some cases, the bacterial infections are developed. Blepharitis will appear in the eyelid margin small ulcer, making eyelash fall off palpebral skin and enter the eye which can cause conjunctivitis. However the flaxseed oil will help you increase the vitamin A which will be so beneficial for your eyes. In addition, it could make your eyes get rid of the bacterium which is invisible. It could also reduce blood fat and help reduce hypertension. It could inhibit thrombosis and prevent myocardial infarction and cerebral infarction. You could also have good rest for the eyes which is very important.03/14/2013
StacyAll right, shall I remind you that flaxseed oil does not help with your blepharitis a lot? Because flaxseed oil is after all not a medication, which does not relieve that infection. And here I would like to recommend that you get cold compress to your eyes, take some anti-biotic medicine, and get some eye drops under the doctor's help, only timely medical treatment would put you out of your misery.03/14/2013
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