Black Eye

How To Treat a Black Eye with Proven Natural Herbal Remedies

A black eye describes the discoloration that occurs when capillaries are damaged and allow blood to seep into nearby skin, subcutaneous, bone, and/or muscle tissue. As blood fills the surrounding tissue, a black and blue bruise will usually appear. Severe swelling may make it difficult to open the affected eye.

Get fast pain relief and healing with proven herbal remedies by following our treatment guide.


The inflammatory stage starts the moment an injury occurs and lasts until the swelling and inflammation are gone. The swelling is the result of the blockage of blood, tissue fluids and circulation in the injured area because their normal movement has been disrupted by the force of the injury.

Just like cars back up behind a traffic jam, causing congestion, exhaust and overheating; blood and fluids back up behind the injured area, causing pain, inflammation, lumps and swelling. The sensation of heat is due to the warming action of the blood and fluids overheating in the injured area as they back up and accumulate.

1. Use the Bruise Relief Liniment to very gently massage the puffy or swollen area around your eye. Very gently use your thumb to depress into the soft tissue of the bruised area and move the stagnant fluids and blood outwardly from the eye. Be careful not to get the liniment into your eye. The Bruise Relief Liniment works to relieve pain, reduce swelling and inflammation, break up clotted blood and stagnant fluids, and stimulate circulation of blood and fluids in the bruised eye area.

2. The Muscle Therapy Massage Oil is recommended for use before and after exercise, sports and strenuous activity. It penetrates the muscle layers to bring heat deep into muscle tissues, relieve soreness, increase circulation, and improve flexibility in muscles and joints.