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DRY EYES should be listed as one of the possible reasons for this treatment. I began taking it after reading of a study that says it lowers blood pressure. I'm not sure whether it's helping with that. But after the very first evening that I took it, I got up in the morning and found that for the first time in years, since cataract surgery, my eyes were not scratchy and painful. Recently I also fou...

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DRY EYES should be listed as one of the possible reasons for this treatment. I began taking it after reading of a study that says it lowers blood pressure. I'm not sure whether it's helping with that. But after the very first evening that I took it, I got up in the morning and found that for the first time in years, since cataract surgery, my eyes were not scratchy and painful. Recently I also...

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Age: 45-54 | On supplement for 1 to 6 months |
3/22/2020
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Agnostic | Age: 75 or over | On supplement for less than 1 month |
1/13/2018
Condition: Other
Overall rating 5.0
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DRY EYES should be listed as one of the possible reasons for this treatment. I began taking it after reading of a study that says it lowers blood pressure. I'm not sure whether it's helping with that. But after the very first evening that I took it, I got up in the morning and found that for the first time in years, since cataract surgery, my eyes were not scratchy and painful. Recently I also found (from reviews on webmd) that flaxseed oil is good for dry eyes. Maybe other healthful oils would help too. Currently I take one tbsp of sesame oil with each meal. I plan to take either sesame or flax oil, or some kind of healthful oil, for life. By the way, I use an organic oil and keep it refrigerated, except that I may have to let it stand out for a little while before use. Read More Read Less

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1/13/2018
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DRY EYES should be listed as one of the possible reasons for this treatment. I began taking it after reading of a study that says it lowers blood pressure. I'm not sure whether it's helping with that. But after the very first evening that I took it, I got up in the morning and found that for the first time in years, since cataract surgery, my eyes were not scratchy and painful. Recently I also found (from reviews on webmd) that flaxseed oil is good for dry eyes. Maybe other healthful oils would help too. Currently I take one tbsp of sesame oil with each meal. I plan to take either sesame or flax oil, or some kind of healthful oil, for life. By the way, I use an organic oil and keep it refrigerated, except that I may have to let it stand out for a little while before use. Read More Read Less

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