Night Blindness Supplement (BM132)

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NIGHT BLINDNESS

Night blindness is the poor vision at night or in dim light but one can see normally when adequate amount of light is present. The specific symptom is the night blindness. Night blindness is the poor vision at night or in dim light, it may be caused by retinitis pigmentosa. This type of night blindness is an inherited eye disease in which there is progressive deterioration of the photoreceptors eventually leading to total blindness. The rods of eye are destroyed first, during the course of this disease resulting in night blindness. Night blindness in children may be an early warning sign of retinitis pigmentosa. Night blindness symptoms includes difficulty in seeing when driving in the evening or at night, poor vision in reduced light and feeling that the eyes take longer to “adjust” to seeing in the dark.


INGREDIENTS
Cadmium SulphD10 100C, PhysostigmaD10 100C, HelliborusD10 100C, Strychnin PhosD10 100C, Calc PicD10 100C, Zincum PhosD10 100C

HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weigh less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
30mL approximately a 1 month supply when used as recommended

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