According to a new report from World Health Organization,
gardeners should be careful sap from toxic gardens during
gardening activity. Euphorbia includes more than 2000 species such as
succulents, tropicals, flowering shrubs, and trees.
white latex sap. It can be
a harmful chemical for your skin which can make your eyes puffy or
swollen if you touch your hands at the eyes or close to the eye area after
such as burning, itching, pain, swelling, light sensitivity, blurry
vision, puffy eyes, watery eyes, and swollen eyelids.
allergic reaction because debris and dust can enter inside the eyes.
Sap from Garden Plants According to a Case Study
Hospital with pain and inflammation in the eyes. At first, Katherin
couldn’t figure out the actual reason behind it.
chemicals during gardening. Eventually, contact with euphorbia plants
in the patient’s garden was attributed to the actual problem by Katherin in
different parts of the eyes such as
ulcers on the cornea and blindness.
How to Treat infection with Sap from Garden Plant?
chemical injures your eyes. Because it dilutes the substance in
question and also helps to reset the pH of the ocular surface.
treatment for euphorbia.
Washing out the eyes, using topical antibiotics and eye patches are
the best treatment options.
during gardening because it can burn your eyes with harmful chemical
affected the pediatric population badly through playing in the
for two weeks. but in a few cases, a serious or long-term infection may
occur after gardening. So keep in mind above mentioned safety measures