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Stilleben mit Tontopf und Kartoffeln, Van Gogh, 1884 Potatoes are a South American plant, originally from Peru. They were imported to Europe in the 16th century. Made up mostly o…   Read More

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Silk tea bag Teabags come in many varieties; there are caffeinated teas, such as green tea and black tea, and herbal teas, such as chamomile. Tea bags are a traditional remedy for p…   Read More

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Cucumis sativus E. Blackwell 1737 Cucumbers have been used medicinally in the Far East for more than 3,000 years. Cucumbers spread west and were used by the Greeks and Romans. Th…   Read More


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What causes puffy eyes?

Dark circles under the eyes, puffy eyes and tired eyes are all different names for the same thing. They can be caused by something as innocuous as shadows from your eyelids (especially in overhead, flourescent lighting) or a symptom of something as serious as scurvy. Most people associate dark circles under the eyes with fatigue, but there is frequently no correlation. The most common causes of puffy eyes are allergies, eczema, smoking, nasal congestion, sun exposure, pigmentation irregularities, and the loss of collagen in the skin which creates hollow spaces beneath the eyes. The remedies found at GrannyMed work best for tired eyes. Consult a doctor if you have pain, irritation, swelling or discoloration in or around the eyes.


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