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Re: eye problems..parasites??? MORE THOUGHTS
 
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Re: eye problems..parasites??? MORE THOUGHTS


Humaworm, I do think that what this boy has is Parasitic in nature.

I also just had this a week ago after cutting grass again. I dont have floaters either.

After being on the computer for over an hour last Sunday night, my right eye had a terrible itch inside the inner eyelid area-- and I kept rubbing my eye.

It stung too- so I went downstairs to rinse out the eye- and noticed that there were two stringy "mesh" like opaque "worms" in the inner rim and floating on the eyeball.

I had to pull them out with a cue-tip, and I kept rinsing my eye.

The next morning, My eye was almost swollen shut. I went to work like that with people thinking I was in a fight...lol!


Well that afternoon, I rinsed my eye out with Eyebright herb drops-- from this product i ordered online from a recipe from Dr. Christopher.

The swelling went down dramatically and the eyedrops took the red away.


I sliced a clove of garlic and rubbed over the eyelid and under the eye (not on the deliciate skin tissue- just the areas around it.)

And I continued to use the Eyebright herb drops about two more times.

Tuesday morning, my eye was back to normal.


Like you mentioned, I feel this was a larvea stage of some parasite in my intestines.

Even if we don't eat pork, you can still pick up pork tapeworm easily from other infected people's hands, etc. That's why I am not too keen on salad bars and certain restaurants.
 

 
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