Tear Stimulation Forte Homeopathic Eyedrops. Dry Eye Drop Formula - with homeopathic ingredients especially for men and the general public.
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Dry Eye drop for men and the general population who experience dry eye syndrome.
This homeopathic dry eyedrop is helpful for dry eyes connected with overwork or too many hours at the computer..
Each bottle contains 10ml (.033 fluid ounces).
Instead of replacing tears with lubricating eye drops, Natural Ophthalmics' strategy for dry eye syndrome is to stimulate the eyes to respond with their natural capacity to moisturize with homeopathy - which heals naturally.
Why these eyedrops? Homeopathic eye drops relieve symptoms by dealing with the underlying cause, instead of adding artificial fluids or masking symptoms of dry eyes.
Base formula active ingredients.
Added Ingredients for Men:
Homeopathic medicine is not toxic and has no known side effects, and have an unlimited shelf life. They are made from plants like dandelion, some animal substances such as the venom of the bee, and different active and naturally occurring substances such as mother of pearl, beneficial metals such as iron and magnesium salts, and in general from substances that have a known, curative effect. A special process called potentizing enhances the curative effect of these different substances. It consists of diluting the original substance in steps, to reduce any potential toxicity, and by shaking the dilution after every diluting step in order to enhance its action as a remedy. Through this process the remedy not only become completely safe to use, but its healing activity is actually strengthened!
The drops are sterile filled in an ISO 9000 facility. They are pH balanced between 6.8 & 7.2. They are buffered with citrates. Polysorbate 80 is at the minimal amount of .04% as a lubricant. They are preservative free. Polysorbate 80 does have preservative and stability qualities (but is not classified as a preservative), so the drops can last nine months to a year after opening as long as they are not contaminated, such as would occur if the dropper tip contacts the eye/lid.