All Herbs in our Formulas are Organic, Wildcrafted, or Consciously Cultivated
30-40% Alcohol and Distilled Water
Stimulates the lymph flow and circulation in the eye tissues, helps regenerate nerve tissue. Alterative, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, astringent, demulcent, deobstruent, detoxicant, nervine, nutritive, stimulant (mild), tonic and vulnerary.
TRADITIONAL & HISTORIC USAGE:
Cataracts, glaucoma (use Circulation, Brain and Lymphatic System Formulas), retina deterioration, eye weaknesses, congestion or foreign particles trapped in the eye tissues, radiation burns, “blood shot” eyes, infections of the eye tissues (pink eye, etc.), retinitis, conjunctivitis, floaters, granulated eye lids, dry eyes, blepharitis, etc.
General: As an eye wash, place 1/4 dropper in an eye cup with lukewarm water, or put directly in the eye 2 times per day. NOTE: Use two to six drops for direct usage.
Acute: Use eye wash 3 to 6 times per day
NOTE: May also be taken internally for even greater results.
1 dropperful, 3 times a day.
ADD TO A LITTLE WATER OR JUICE
CAUTIONS & CONTRAINDICATIONS:
NOTE: Cataracts are the result of an accumulation of cholesterol in the pupil. Alkalize and use Artichoke and Circulation formulas to eliminate this problem. Always work on your adrenal glands when cholesterol is being used by the body instead of steroids! Remember the raw living food diet! Alkalize, alkalize, alkalize!!!
NOTE: Glaucoma is pressure within and behind the eye. The pressure is a direct result of lymphatic congestion in these and surrounding tissues. Use one or two Lymphatic formulas with a Kidney, Stomach & Bowel, and Skin formula.
NOTE: In Macular Degeneration, one’s attention should include the Thyroid Gland for calcium utilization issues to strengthen structures, including connective tissue. The Thyroid/Para-Thyroid must be performing well to correct this condition.
This formula can be taken internally like the rest of our herbal formulas, and used topically as an eye wash. Eye cup not included. Must be purchased separately.
Expiration Date: Powders and loose teas should be refrigerated after opening for longest freshness and potency. Tinctures and capsules do not need to be refrigerated but should be stored in a cool, dark location (out of direct light). This will ensure longest freshness and potency. Date reflected on the bottom of the bottle is the standard “expiration” date. If stored properly these products will last far beyond the recommended expiration date.
Disclaimer: These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.