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  • #61
    Originally posted by lessredness View Post

    dear raven93 thanks!
    this is a great news!
    I follow this thread for some years,and finally someone has tried these drops.
    I write from Italy.
    it seems difficult to do yourself this eye drops but I ask you something.
    my eyes turn white with only vasoconstrictor but the next day my eyes are blood red!
    Also you had the blood red eyes after using vasoconstrictors?Now using brimodine 0.15% you have no more rebound effect?
    I pray every week to give an update of everything known in your eyes!!!!!!
    Thank you with all my heart
    My eyes are not anymore red in the morning than without these eye drops. Remember, I'm using 0.025% not 0.15% briminodine in my eyes!
    I only put half a drop in each eye in the morning (9AM) and they are white until the end of the day (6-7PM). They stay start to get a little red after that, but it is still whiter than without them.

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    • #62
      I am as excited about this as the rest of you but I am curious why we are so confident about the lack of a rebound effect?

      If you search for brimonidine on the web the links talk about significant rebound erythema when used for rosacea. I understand that they are tweaking down the dose here but is there any other reason why this vasoconstrictor would be any different from any other vasoconstrictor?

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Jish View Post
        I am as excited about this as the rest of you but I am curious why we are so confident about the lack of a rebound effect?

        If you search for brimonidine on the web the links talk about significant rebound erythema when used for rosacea. I understand that they are tweaking down the dose here but is there any other reason why this vasoconstrictor would be any different from any other vasoconstrictor?
        http://eyerednesshelp.com/redness-re...sse-eye-drops/

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        • #64
          do you have any update?no rebound until now?
          please reply raven

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          • #65
            My guess is that they will have a preservative in them...sigh

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            • #66
              Hi all,

              Was wondering if there is any update on Luminesse eye Drops. I havent seen any information as yet

              Also Raven93 how is the solution you made going longer term? Did u use Alphagen? What other drops act the in the same way?

              I see from your recent comments you combined 3ml Briminodine and 15ml of Refresh tears giving you a total of 18ml of the 'new formula'?

              What was the method you did for this? Did you use any specific apparatus to reduce any contamination? Do you keep these refrigerated?

              Appreciate you help

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              • #67
                Update - I made my own solution following the above.

                6 hours of whiteness but then back to redness after this, pretty red too.

                Is this rebound? and is this drop solution safe to use twice a day?

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                • #68
                  Franklin,
                  I'd shy away from making your own drop unless you know exactly what you're doing. Let me ask. what is causing your redness. And to answer your question, yes thats rebound hypermia,


                  I had constant red eyes for several years, but finally found a balance that helped manage the problem, I'm currently on lotemax gel once a day M-F. I'll also take pazeo drops a few times a month if i go contacts. My eyes do act up from time to time but i noticed them significantly better throughout the week.


                  You need to identify what is making your eyes red:

                  Despite having some apparent dryness based on what Dr's said, I never had a dry eye feeling, nor did i have an itch. I boiled it down simply to allergies, based on my environment, what I'm sleeping on, the air, dust, things we can manage but never truly control.

                  I feel like allergies are easier to handle than actual dry eyes, despite both leading to intense redness.

                  A few things that will definitely help but likely not fully eliminate the chronic redness is

                  -Cleaning your eyelids (baby johnsons shampoo eye lid scrub in the shower, google it)
                  -Drinking water (staying hydrated helps).


                  I know its a very uncomfortable feeling. It caused a ton of anxiety and stress for me throughout my early 20s.

                  Stay strong, meditate, understand that a cosmetic red eye look is nothing compared to other medical issues people have. I know its hard to think that way but if you take that approach, you'll be less stressed and just adopt the fact that you look high all the time. In the day put on a cool pair of shades, at night just embrace yourself and condition. Again despite how bad it looks, its not the worst. You have eyes,

                  Stay strong..the mental battle with yourself is crucial to how you progress..


                  Last edited by Zane; 20-Jan-2017, 13:35.

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                  • #69
                    I was on glaucoma drops for 13 years, and my specialists said the BAK in them burnt my eyes up. I now have severe dry eye disease and blapharospasms every day. Cannot read or drive a car anymore. What a mess. Tried everything. Lipoflow, high heat laser treatment, botox every three months, and every drop on the maket to no avail. Suffering daily. As to Thera Life, I checked them out, and they seem to sell a very high priced fish oil. Been taking supplements for 4 years, lutein, Omega 7,m Omega 3, Tumeric, heat packs, everything. No help out there. Checking out Manuka honey and an eye drop from India. http://www.swamibabaramdevmedicines....shti-eye-drop/ We will see what happens. Also on all Natural Ophthalmics, for men. Supposed to work, on it for two months, no help yet!

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                    • #70
                      Made my own eye drops the other night, 1/4 cup of distilled water in a stainless steel clean pot, and two teaspoons of all natural raw honey, put in distilled water, set on stove and brought to boil for two minutes. Let it cool, put in old bottle of Baush and Loamb Eye lubricant bottle, the little tip just pops right off, took a clean eye dropper and filled it up. Been using for three days now, took all redness away, drops last for up to two hours, other drops lasted less than 10 minutes, was able to look straight ahead and watch some TV without struggling so much. We will see what happens over a period of time. Honey is all natural, and an antibacterial product. Distilled water is clean, and I even sterilized both of them by boiling. So far so good..................Honey never goes bad or develops bacteria or mold or fungus, but It can turn to sugar. Yum, Yum. We been using it our coffee for over 30 years. We love it. Now I am putting it my eyes. So soothing, a little sting and burn for about 5 seconds, then smooth sailing from there on out. The Lord is Good, and my healer. He put all these natural things on this earth to help us heal. In the above post BAK burnt my eyes up in glaucoma drops. Severe, Very Severe dry eyes. Cannot drive a car, read, have to walk with a cane. Blind man's cane. I am glad that it happened in my later years of life, that way I don't have to suffer for many more years. I feel so sorry for young people who are struggling with this disease, and no Cure in sight. But one day, hopefully. I have the faith. If you want to know what treatments I have been through, and programs, just ask me, to numerous to mention here, suffering now for over 5 years.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by Jebo View Post
                        Made my own eye drops the other night, 1/4 cup of distilled water in a stainless steel clean pot, and two teaspoons of all natural raw honey, put in distilled water, set on stove and brought to boil for two minutes. Let it cool, put in old bottle of Baush and Loamb Eye lubricant bottle, the little tip just pops right off, took a clean eye dropper and filled it up. Been using for three days now, took all redness away, drops last for up to two hours, other drops lasted less than 10 minutes, was able to look straight ahead and watch some TV without struggling so much. We will see what happens over a period of time. Honey is all natural, and an antibacterial product. Distilled water is clean, and I even sterilized both of them by boiling. So far so good..................Honey never goes bad or develops bacteria or mold or fungus, but It can turn to sugar. Yum, Yum. We been using it our coffee for over 30 years. We love it. Now I am putting it my eyes. So soothing, a little sting and burn for about 5 seconds, then smooth sailing from there on out. The Lord is Good, and my healer. He put all these natural things on this earth to help us heal. In the above post BAK burnt my eyes up in glaucoma drops. Severe, Very Severe dry eyes. Cannot drive a car, read, have to walk with a cane. Blind man's cane. I am glad that it happened in my later years of life, that way I don't have to suffer for many more years. I feel so sorry for young people who are struggling with this disease, and no Cure in sight. But one day, hopefully. I have the faith. If you want to know what treatments I have been through, and programs, just ask me, to numerous to mention here, suffering now for over 5 years.
                        hallo jebo,
                        thanks for the good idea!
                        a couple of question about the honey and red eye.
                        the red eye after use the honey becomes few or very white?
                        it work as a vasoconscritor?
                        after how many hours you use this drop of money?
                        effect rebound exist?
                        thanks bye

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                        • #72
                          I am going to try this Jebo but I will use non preserved saline .9%. That is more the salinity of tears.

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                          • #73
                            Thanks for your reply Zane.
                            I have taken the advice of Jebo about the Honey drops and made the solution he spoke of before.
                            AND OMG IT HAS WORKED
                            The inflammation, most prominent in my left eye has gone after using these drops.
                            I have use the drops 2-4 times a day with no rebound to speak of
                            I have slight heavy eyes at night time before bed but think its just me being tired

                            I do have some questions Jebo:
                            - What honey did you use?
                            - Would the stronger honey work better?
                            - How often do you apply?
                            - Is this still working for you?
                            - Have you fine tuned the solution?

                            I have searched and tried many many things to clear my red eyes from surgery to acupuncture to every single eye drop and a simple tub of honey and water has worked

                            I dont want to get ahead of myself but it has been 1 week since i started and i haven't once seen the redness that i have lived for the last 10 years of my life

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                            • #74
                              Ok so the day of this post I had a red eye breakout, not huge but just mild in the left eye vein which has always been the worst. To tapered down the drops today to experiment the correct dosage to have. Seems as though I have gone too low. Today I did one drop each eye at 7:30am and then again at 2:30. I'm going to move to 8am, 1pm and 6pm. I will report my findings.
                              Does anybody reckon that the strength of the honey I use would impact the amount of time the redness is relieved?

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                              • #75
                                Any idea what quarter of 2017 these will be released in?

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