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Dr. Willmar Schwabe Cineraria Maritima Eye Drops

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Dr. Willmar Schwabe Cineraria Maritima Eye Drops

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10100 Dr. Willmar Schwabe 10ml Homeopathic

Dr. Willmar Schwabe Cineraria Maritima Eye Drops

Cineraria Maritima was first introduced by one of the leading homoeopathic practitioners of Venezuela around 1900 and has since been included in textbooks, materia medica(s) and pharmacopoeia(s). The juice of Cineraria Maritima has long been used in the treatment of cataracts and corneal opacities. Schwabe's Cineraria Maritima Eye Drops have been in the country since over a century. Schwabe has recently introduced an all purpose eye drops called CMS D2.

Cataract, Conjunctivitis, Corneal Opacities

For corneal opacities, weak eyesight and minor complaints like conjunctivitis; The only imported eye drops made from fresh expressed juice of Cineraria Maritima Plant; Marketed in India and other countries for over a century

Cineraria Maritima was first introduced by one of the leading homoeopathic practitioners of Venezuela around 1900 and has since been included in textbooks, materiamedica(s) and pharmacopoeia(s).

The juice of Cineraria Maritima has long been used in the treatment of cataracts and corneal opacities. Dr. Blackwood (A Mannual of MateriaMedica, Therapeutics and Pharmacology) states "Juice of the plant is employed in the treatment of cataract and corneal opacity". According to him, a drop is to be instilled in the eye four or five times a day for several months.

The remedy to be effective should be made from fresh expressed juice. A look at the product label of Schwabe Cineraria confirms that the product has 50% juice blended properly to remain stable and effective.

Other homoeopathic literatures like Dictionary of Practical MateriaMedica by Clarke or MateriaMedica by Dr. William Boericke also recommend juice (succus is the term sometimes used to refer juice) or aqueous extract to be used.
A clinical trial of CMS was reported in British Homoeopathic Journal as early as 1970.

Thousands of people have benefited in the treatment of corneal opacities, control of cataract, lowering of floaters and for minor problems such as conjunctivitis.

Experts on the subject reject the use of tincture or dilutions which has no literature support or clinical trials. Doubts prevail about use of its potencies as external medicines.

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