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Calc Fluor increases cataract?

Male, age- 28.

For many years, there was a black hazy spot and a gray hazy line on my right eye. When I looked at any white background, I could see those myself. I believe these were cataract. They were still in their places. Also, my 2-3 teeth were decaying.

After knowing that CALC FLUOR is an essential element of teeth and bone, and it reduces cataract, I started Calc Fluor 3x. Within a few days, I suspected that new gray hazy lines were appearing. Then I switched to Calc Fluor 12x hoping that it would be the right potency for cataract. To my utter dismay, I found that new gray hazy lines and spots continued to appear. Also, my left eye, which was relatively clear, now has new lines and spots.

I'm very upset. Why these new development after C.F. instead of cure? Is there any known case where Calc Fluor (biochemic) has increased cataract?

Also, is there any known case where Calc Fluor (biochemic) has really cured cataract? Or, it is just found in books and theories?

I believe my cataract was due to defective nutrition. Is there any proven remedy which can work here?
  JollyBoy on 2016-04-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It may not be cataract rather its glaucoma where calc flour is not effective.
mnaari 6 years ago
By reading about glaucoma, it is unlikely here. But why this increase after C.F.?
JollyBoy 6 years ago
pl get yourself checked for cataract and then take meds.
akshaymohl 6 years ago

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