Conjunctivitis:

Human breast milk is not just for babies, it seems. Aside from being chock full of nutrients, a squirt of the milk can apparently clear up conjunctivitis, as one mother discovered while breastfeeding her child (who presumably had the infected eye). Method of application is wholly dependent on mood. The only difficulty, as the mother justly pointed out, is procuring the breast milk. So, it may be that most of us would have to settle for warm salty water. Mentioned as a measure for short term conjunctivitis relief, salt water is in fact sufficiently effective to cure the condition, stresses one reader. Another suggests the use of Resonance colloidal silver: X2 drops, two or three times a day, for up to five days.

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