April 10, 2015

My good friend Ania was telling me on Wednesday that her mother was taken to the hospital the other day for an eye problem.  An appointment was set up with an ophthalmologist and the ophthalmologist confirmed that she had “Pink Eye” and there was nothing they could do about it, so she was sent home.  Apparently the drops that doctors sometimes prescribe for pink eye are for the very small percentage (5-10%) of bacterial pink eye.  The majority of cases (85-95%) are a viral infection and there is no known treatment.

Yesterday I delivered some 2.5 acidic water to Ania’s place and told her to have her mother close her eyes and spray this in the infected area 3 – 4 times a day.

Ania called today and was so excited that her mother’s pink eye was gone. She couldn’t believe it would disappear so quickly overnight. Her only regret was that she didn’t take pictures.  It’s such a wonderful thing when you can help to relieve someone’s pain and suffering. – Kevin