Ban on Homeopathic Eye Drops

Posted on 2023-10-27
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[Mick] I can’t remember if it was on this Signal thread or another one, but somebody was recently talking about how much they like the Similisan eye drops. (Was it Chris G? Katie G?)? Anyhow, this would be a really good time to stock up on them, because they’re about to become unavailable. If you have some drops and can’t get more, consider extending the remedy by putting several drops into a 1/2-ounce dropper bottle and then filling the bottle with vodka. If it were me, I would use this liquid dilution thusly: I would get an eye cup, and I’d put a little bit of boiled and cooled water into it. I would add a couple of drops of the liquid dilution, and then use as eye drops. I would discard the stuff in the eye cup at the end of the day and make up another batch the next day, if needed.

Time for us to brush up on eye remedies. The first ones that come to my mind are Argentum nitricum, Merc sol, Euphrasia, Allium cepa, Syphilinum, Pulsatilla, Belladonna, and Calendula.


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