• Stops allergy symptoms such as itching, burning, watering, edema and general ocular sensitivity
• The body reacts by desensitization – symptoms are quickly alleviated
Allergy is a chronic condition expressed as the body's over-activity in triggering and carrying out the inflammation cascade leading to the symptoms of itching, burning, watering and redness. Note that suppressing symptoms with steroids, mast cell stabilizers and antihistamines hinders the same processes which the body uses to fight bacteria and viruses. They also have the risk of adverse reactions/drug interactions, and should be utilized after desensitization drops have been tried. NatO drops contain microdilutions of ingredients which are known to cause allergy if ingested in large (toxic) doses. The body reacts by desensitization - itching, burning, watering and redness is quickly alleviated.
Allergy Eye Drops stop allergy symptoms such as itching, burning, watering, edema and general ocular sensitivity. The drops are a sterile, non-preserved, pH balanced, isotonic solution containing four homeopathic active ingredients.
- Allium cepa HPUS 6x: Is indicated to relieve extreme symptoms of itching, burning and smarting as from exposure to smoke or cutting onions. Patients often have the urge to rub their eyes. The eyes are watery and suffused; capillaries injected.
- Apis HPUS 6x: Is indicated to relieve inflammation with burning and stinging. Conjunctiva is often bright red, and accompanied with photophobia. The edema often extends to puffy swelling under the eyes with the patient describing "baggy eyes".
- Sabadilla HPUS 6x: Is indicated to relieve hay fever type symptoms of both mucous membranes of the nose and the lachrymal glands.
- Euphrasia (Eyebright) HPUS 4x: Is indicated for conjunctival and corneal edema. Symptoms include photophobia, redness, dryness, lachrymation and burning of the lid margin. Euphrasia also helps treat the irritability associated with eye problems. Often referred to as a "tonic for the eyes."
Size: 15 ml
One or two drops in each eye as often as the symptoms indicate. For example, with extreme allergy symptoms prescribe the drops to be be used hourly in the beginning and usage decreased as the condition improves until drops are no longer needed. Reapply drops at the very first sign of symptoms returning. The patient should start using the drops prophylactically two weeks prior to the allergy season.