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Is it safe to put ghee in eyes?

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Yes, it is absolutely safe to put ghee in eyes. Ghee is clarified butter. The eyes can get aggravated and dried up during summers and ghee acts a cooling oil that takes care of the pitta (an element of bile) imbalance and the fatigue in the eyes.Netra tarpana, or ghee eye baths, is an ayurvedic eye treatment which focuses on healing fatigue and dried eyes. It is a common ayurveda practice, which is known to be highly efficient.

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Putting butter in your eyes? That too such a thick fluid can hamper your vision

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Cow ghee containing triphala helps strengthen vision. You get it in the form of eye drops

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