Yellow Oxide Of Mercury Ointment

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brent Says:

Looking for yellow mercury ointment for treating eye diease

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Arch Says:

Funny you should ask, I came down with pink eye this AM - I'm sure this is too late to help you, but I just found something remarkably simular from a Chinese herbalist. Comes in a little yellow tube. Now it couldn't be mercuric oxide because the FDA banned it (even though it is the ONLY treatment fo pink eye and styes that works.) What is it in thislittle tube? Gee, I dunno, the label is in Chinese, all I can read is ".5%" My eye is getting better almost immediately after applying this ointment. I suggest you seek out your local herbalist and obtain this stuff whatever it may be in a .5% concentration ;o)

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Windy Says:

Where did you buy that little tube as I need it very bad for my eye

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momba Says:

I surely wish yellow oxide of mercury was still available for use to cure "pink eye" and styes! I've had a stye for 3 weeks, been seeing my ophthalmologist, taking antibiotics, using hot compress, etc., etc. and my eye is still sore and irritated.

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Helen Says:

Where did you buy that tube of eye ointment written in chinese? Please reply

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