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Dogˇs eyes-clay 26 Nov 2023 19:36 #80481

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Does anyone tried to do eye drops from bentonit clay ?
My dog have red inflamed eyes with discharge and none of the eyedrops help.I gave him MMS1 3 drops 3 times a day for a week  in a peace of bread also eyedrops (MMS1) but didnt help, so i was thinking it might be a fungus,Currently im giving him bentonite clay with water but was thinking to apply it as well.
Any ideas how to use clay on the eyes?
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Dogˇs eyes-clay 27 Nov 2023 16:21 #80492

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There are natural supplements for dogs eyes. they should have the ingredients Lutein and Eyebright in them.  Also I use for my dog tearing eyes is Natural Powered Buttermilk.
I give my dog 22 lb. dog 1/2 tsp. in his food. I like the Judee's Powered Buttermilk brand on amazon. Dogs get outdoor allergies. I would think Bentonite Clay would be drying to eyes.
Green Lippid Mussels or Omega fish oil help allergies. Can also try a little organic raw honey.
 
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Dogˇs eyes-clay 01 Dec 2023 04:38 #80537

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Just something for you to consider...

DMSO has worked wonders for my blind dog's eyes and replaced several different prescriptions for them.  We take DMSO and dilute to 25% with distilled water, then use 1-2 drops in each eye 2-3 times/day.  He also takes MMS at either 1 or 2 drops/hour with equal drops of DMSO in them.  His story is a long one, but this could be a good thing for you to try.  It stings for a few seconds then provides relief.

The other one I was just reading about is using equal parts of DMSO and colloidal silver as eye drops (diluted similarly to 25%).  I am planning to try that also.  I'll see if I can find that link here before I hit the submit button.  Found it easily since I was just looking at it last night.
holisticpetcare.com/articles/about-colloidal-silver-and-dmso-for-eye-issues-in-pets/

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Dogˇs eyes-clay 01 Dec 2023 04:48 #80538

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Just a little more detail for those that come across this and wonder about it.

My elderly yellow lab has been blind for about 12 years.  After several thousand dollars worth of misdiagnoses, tests, meds, specialists, etc. they told us that they couldn't figure out the cause but they suspected a tick borne infection.  For most of the 12 years, his eyes were causing major problems and were bulging out of their sockets.  After going through many different drops and other harsh prescriptions, I discovered MMS and started him on it then added DMSO.  I tried the MMS eye drops, and they made it worse, but the dilute DMSO eye drops caused them the drain profusely for several weeks and then become totally normal (other than that they don't work any more).  It was very gradual, but we weaned him off of all other meds as we noticed more progress in the right direction.

Now, when we have those days where he doesn't get the 3 sets of drops, they get irritated without exception like clockwork, and then when we catch back up on them, right back to normal.  It's really awesome, even though it took some faith and conviction to work through the draining fluid and the fear of doing something wrong getting rid of the garbage prescription meds that the hot shot vets recommended to get their next fancy dinner or show tickets.
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Dogˇs eyes-clay 02 Dec 2023 22:07 #80584

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Thank you for your detailed reply i appreciate it .I will try DMSO instead.

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Dogˇs eyes-clay 03 Dec 2023 09:51 #80594

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I wouldn't use clay in any animal's eyes, human or non-human.
Probably not a good idea.

It's good that the one person is getting good results from DMSO in the eyes.

I would suggest a full INTERNAL Detox using MMS/CDS over time,
which should clear up the problem completely, rather than having to
do continual "maintenance" with DMSO.

My 'little joke' is that "The Call is coming from INSIDE the house."
Topical applications are good, but an internal Detox, using MMS/CDS,
DMSO, and/or Bentonite Clay, should help the animal achieve
Health Restoration so that topical, maintenance, or otherwise,
should no longer be necessary at some point.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Dogˇs eyes-clay 03 Dec 2023 16:50 #80602

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There is another home remedy used by Ancient Egyptians and Ayurvedic practitioners.  It is Manuka Honey, which has become very expensive.
I now use a drop of diluted organic raw honey for dry and irritated eyes. I boil and sterilize the water, let it cool down. On a tablespoon of water
add a drop of honey, dab on the eyes. It stings for a second and then soothes the eyes. I no longer have dry eyes. I have used it on my dog's
allergy eyes.
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Dog's eyes-clay 03 Dec 2023 20:08 #80605

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U are all amazing giving me so much info thank you :)
One last question.Do i have to activate  MMS when i give it to the dog ?THX 

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Dog's eyes-clay 04 Dec 2023 04:22 #80612

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You can just put the unactivated Sodium Chlorite Solution in his water or activate it (or both).

In our case, we have 3 dogs and a cat that drink the water with the unactivated drops in it during the day.  For my elderly yellow mentioned above, he also gets the 1-2 drops per hour activated MMS and DMSO on top of the unacitivated.  So, in summary, they all get the unactivated, and then whichever one has a need gets activated in addition to unactivated.

The old boy has been and continues to be quite a project for me, and I am certain that without my rebuking of the vets and avid pursuit of MMS/DMSO, he would have been gone years ago.

For the unactivated, we use a glass bowl and add 7 drops off the 22% NaClO2 to each fill of 1 Liter (or so) of purified water.

In the evening, we change them over to my home made "silicade," which is a whole other topic that you can look up and is a fantastic chelant of aluminum.
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