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Dr. Christopher's eyebright


Hi Uny,
I've been using eyebright and am up to 3 drops and it does burn. After washing eyes with eyebright, I've washed them with clear water but can this cause a problem or interfere with the effectiveness of the product? Is 3 the maximum amount of drops?

Also, I know you (and Willowley I think) told me where I could buy the glass eyecup but can't find it. Please let me know.

Has any one ever complained of feeling slight movement in their eyes, which makes them itcy? the movement feeling is unmistakeable. When I look in the eyecup, there are always these same things in there. Tiny, insect looking and when I'm doing the eyewash, I feel stinging, not just burning. Keep in mind that I feel movement only prior to the eyewash but while doing the eyewash, I feel the stinging. I'm trying to get to the bottom of this and figure out what it is. I spent 30 minutes today just rewashing my eyes because these whatever keep flushing out. Usually in each eyewash I get approx 2-8 of them. Some spots I do see as just debris.

Can the eyes be damaged/hurt from eyewashing too much?

Hope you can shed some light, thanks Uny
 

 
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