Castor Oil for Sensitive Eyes
Ancient Egyptians recommended the use of Castor Oil for eye irritations. Edgar Cayce readings include the use of Castor Oil for Cataracts. Since the eye membrane is delicate, use sparingly.
For more difficult cases, where the eye membrane has become thicker such as
Dry Eye condtions
Ozonated Castor Oil can be used. Please note that in the Edgar Cayce readings, Castor Oil was mentioned as a treatment for Cataracts.
We have used our Ozonated Castor Oil for treatment of Cataracts, and have testimonies that for some people, the Castor Oil eye drops have been effective.
In our experience, we have noticed that Castor Oil can soften the inflammation of Pinguecula and Pterygiums, but does not dissolve them. Unfortunately, even surgery does not guarantee the permanent removal of scar tissue from the eyes, as ther have been cases of pterygiums growing back after surgery.
It is recommended to wear dark UV protective sunglasses to slow the progression of pterygiums. It is our experience that our Energy Enhanced Organic Ozonated Castor Oil can help some cases, by reducing the inflammation. Our Energy Enhanced selections take into consideration enery frequencies that support the reduction of inflammation of the eyes as well as other inflammatory conditions.
How to apply Organic Ozonated Castor Oil for Eyes
The best time to apply to eyes, is right before bed time.
Obtain a sterile eye dropper
Place the tip of the eye dropper into the bottle of Organic Ozonated Castor Oil and draw out a small amount
Note: with the Organic Ozonated Castor Oil, use only a small drop.
Lay the head back, preferably on a bed pillow while laying down.
Administer a small drop at the inside corner of each eye
Note: You will feel a slight stinging or burning sensation, as the active ingredients touch the eye membrane.
The stinging should last less than a minute.
If it persists longer, you may have added too much, or you have a more serious eye infection
If it persists, wipe out the excess and go to see a doctor, as you may have an eye infection that requires a prescription medication