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rosacea & chalazion

I have occasional flare-ups of rosacea that have been occurring for approximately 6 years. I expreienced my 1st chalazion this past September in my upper right eyelid and had it surgically removed. One month later I am beginning to see another growing in the same location. I don't want to go through another painful surgery. Please help!!!!
  chicosol on 2005-11-01
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Your remedy is Arnica 30c which you can take in the water dose made up as follows:

Get a 500ml bottle of Spring water from the supermarket.
Pour out about 1 inch of water from the top.
Put in 3 globules of the remedy into the bottle.
Shake or bang the bottle in your hand to ensure that you see air bubbles in the water. This is succussion and the more you agitate the water the greater the potency of the water to help you.

Sip a teaspoonful twice daily. This remedy will help to keep future stys away but the new one cannot be prevented. You can help it to mature by fomenting with a towel which you soak in boiling water and when cool enough place on the sty and massage it gently. If you are lucky the sty will come to a head and you can then pop it by squeezing the lesion which will drain the pus out. At that stage Hepar Sulph 30c can help with Silica 6c.

Take the Arnica as advised above after the problem is solved one teaspoonful every night to prevent any future recurrence of stys and chalazions in your eyelids.
Joe De Livera last decade

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