INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING YOUR OWN EYE DROPS


Posted by catherine pender , Apr 24,2002,08:46   Archive
I got this off the internet under www.drmirking.com/morehealth/g113/htm

Go to your local blood bank and donate blood. If you are healthy they will take you blood, remove your red blood cells from your blood fluid, keep your red cells and return the fluid from you blood to you usually at not cost. Ask you doctor to mix equal parts of your blood with steril normal saline (a salt solution) under steril contitions. Your doctor can then order 100 steril eye drop bottles and fill each with the mixture of your blood and saline. THEY MUST BE STERILE. The eye drop bottles can be kept for a very long time in your freezer. Remove one bottle at a time and place 2 drops in each eye as often as us like. This will keep your eyes moise and confortable for several hours.

I seem to recall one of my doctors telling me about another doctor who does this but the wait was so long and it was at the very beginning of all my troubles. I forgot about this until my sister-in-law found this for me.

Of course you would have to be able to give blood and that is not always the case for some people.

Any, just wanted to pass this along as we are all looking for ways to help ourselves.

Catherine




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Re : INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING YOUR OWN EYE DROPS --- catherine pender
Posted by June in Toronto (June Floyd,June in Toronto), Apr 24,2002,12:48 Top of Thread Archive
Thanks, Catherine, for posting this - again. I remember your original post now. I can't donate blood as I had mononucleosis very bad year's ago and the blood bank refuses to take mine now. It sounds a bit gory - I'll just have to keep paying for the ready-made ones!

June in Toronto




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