Whatever the source of your eye discomfort, you can soothe and relieve these symptoms:
- Relieves irritated, sore, dry, red eyes
- Watery Eyes (reflex that is secondary to dry eyes)
- Burning and itching, sensation of grittiness
For all your outdoor activities!
These natural eye drops may improve your vision by rebuilding good mineral balance in your eyes. Helps eliminate the toxic load of irritants in your eyes. Using only the smallest Fulvic Acid molecules, these drops are potent for helping:
- Cellular detoxification
- Efficient transportation of nutrients into sensitive eye tissues
- Blocking fungal, viral or bacterial growth
- Clearing ulcerous corneal infections.
Provides bioavailable nutrition to the rods and cones of the eye that repair naturally every 48 hours.
WithOUT Side Effects
The rods and cones in your eyes regrow every 48 hours. If given the correct micronutrients. Fulvic Acid Eye Drops provide nutrients to assist eye repair, improving eyesight.
Gentle enough to use as needed when symptoms occur. A perfect addition to every medicine cabinet.
Tips for Healthy Eyes
Avoid rubbing or touching your eyes.
Keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
Stay inside on windy days or use glasses/goggles when enjoying the outdoors.
Avoid pollution, smoke, and chemicals.
Take breaks from extended computer use and reading.
Eat foods high in essential fats (EFAs) or take a supplement. EFAs are known to reduce inflammation and may help relieve dry eyes.
Add moisture to the air with a humidifier.
Use regularly, even when your eyes feel good.
Keep your eyes nourished and happy – don’t wait until they’re uncomfortable.
About Dry Eyes
More common in older people, but dry eyes can happen at any age when tear glands don’t produce enough quality or quantity of tears for lubrication. This condition is uncomfortable and can be painful, caused by both medical and environmental factors.
Dry eyes are a common side effects of medications such as antihistamines, decongestants, sleeping pills, birth control pills, antidepressants, diuretics, ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme) inhibitors, acne medications with isotretinoin, morphine and other opiates.
Over-the-counter eye drops may contain the following nasty ingredients: carboxymethylcellulose, dextran, glycerin, hypromellose, polyethylene glycol 400 (PEG 400), polysorbate, polyvinyl alcohol, povidone, or propylene glycol, among others.
Your eyes are much to precious to feed them unknown pharmaceutical chemicals that can actually worsen your irritated eyes.