Causes and Symptoms of Sty/ Pink Eye

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Sty or Pink Eye is a bacterial eye infection marked by the appearance of a small, painful bump on the outside or inside of the eyelid. It is a fairly common eye infection and causes redness, swelling, and puffy appearance of the eyelid. A sty usually starts off as a small spot next to the eyelash. People with chronic rosacea often suffer from recurrent episodes of sty.

Guide to Using Colloidal Silver for Sty/ Pink Eye

According to Robert O. Young, PhD, author of the bestselling book “The pH Miracle”, colloidal silver works wonderfully for both eye and ear problems. In his book, he claims:

“Eye or ear problems, including sty, cataracts, glaucoma, redness, blurred vision, poor eyesight, ringing in the ears, earaches, soreness or swelling of the ears, eardrum damage, hardness of hearing, and (in rare cases) loss of hearing: Use 1 drop of colloidal silver topically (directly in the eye or ear) 3 times a day.”

All you need to do is put 1-2 drops of Colloidal Silver in the eyes every 2 hours and you should get relief from the pain and swelling in a day’s time. You can supplement this with taking 1 teaspoon of CS three times a day till the sty clears off completely.