Hanuka Honey

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I am interested in the Hanuka honey comment that it really helped one person.  However, has anyone else tried it?  I am concerned about putting something that foreign in my eyes without more positive comments and more people who have tried it successfully.

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    Hi, I would also be very loathe to put something that sticky and alien really anywhere near my eyes. I have though found enormous success with lacrilube at night every night regardless of whether showing symptoms, blephagel in the mornings and most imporattly a cetrizine - anti histamine daily. My eyes are now largel clear with this routine. Best wishes, Fiona


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    I think you mean Manuka Honey?? I have tried it and spent $40 on a little jar.  It seemed to help for a week or so but it was such a mess to put on and use that for me it was not worth it.  You can imagine trying to put honey on your eye lids and not get it in your eyes and how sticky it makes your lashes.  I would use it at night and it would get on my pillow.  You can use it during the day if you are leaving the house or you will look lie a freak.  It's worth a shot if you are really suffering.  I will try just about anything to get relief from the painful condition.

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    You don't put it in your eyes. You put it on your eyelids. I tried it, and it's mild and totally harmless. I didn't really care for it because it's so sticky, but if I didn't have anything else working for me, I would definitely use it again.

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