As German zoologist Guenther Enderlein noted, Mucor racemosus, the key source of the isopathic ingredient in Pleo Muc Eye Drops, has been living symbiotically within warm-blooded animals for millions of years.
As German zoologist Guenther Enderlein noted, Mucor racemosus, the key source of the isopathic ingredient in Pleo Muc Eye Drops, has been living symbiotically within warm-blooded animals for millions of years. In normal states, this microbe is harmless and helps support a wide range of homeostatic body mechanisms. When the internal milieu toxically shifts due to various stressors such as dietary and environmental conditions, this microbe can transform itself to a more pathogenic form capable of causing a wide array of disease states.
One of the key sequelae of the Mucor disease states involves subsequent excessive congestion in the body particularly in the microcirculatory system (i.e. capillaries). This impedes proper blood flow, delivery of nutrients and removal of wastes. Due to the immune and inflammation response the body produces to such pathogens this may also contribute to lymphatic congestion. Extracts in Pleo Muc Eye Drops, like all Pleo Muc remedies, advantageously couple with these pathogenic forms to deconstruct the acquired pathogenic complexity. By-products of the deconstruction can then be eliminated through the body’s natural routes of excretion. I have found Pleo Muc has applications in many circulatory ailments and particularly in poorly perfused eyes.
As eyes are highly sensitive to preservatives and excipient ingredients, the fact that a new No Preservative formulation of Pleo Muc Eye Drops utilizing new Single Dose Applicators lends itself well to some of my most sensitive patients.
This formulation is helpful in ameliorating issues ranging from acute eye problems such as styes, insect bites, and allergies to longer standing issues including cataracts, conjunctivitis, and even glaucoma. In acute cases, I have found the 5x can be dosed more frequently, such as every 30 to 60 minutes x 1 drop in the affected eye for a stye or insect bite for up to 48 hours. If the affected lid is swollen, also consider using Pleo Muc 3x Ointment, applied morning, mid-day, and evening with care to keep out of the actual eye.
I had a case of a 77-year-old woman with advancing cataracts that reinforced the potential clinical improvements I could expect. Before committing to surgery for the procedure (of which she was quite fearful), she agreed to trial over several months with Pleo Muc Eye Drops. She followed a schedule of one 5x drop, two times daily, five days weekly to each eye. She also used Pleo Alkala Powder (one enclosed spoonful daily) to support internal terrain modification.
She added the Pleo Muc Ex formula on weekends only (at 6x posology, five drops) to encourage excretion. In the first weeks she noticed her eyes were less irritated and dry, and by week six, she reported her vision improved and seemed to be clearer. She continued for an additional six weeks and reported continued improvement by the end of the 12 week trial. She returned to her ophthalmologist who noted clinical improvement. The surgery was been postponed indefinitely. She considers this to be a great success, as she has a great fear of surgeries, especially to such delicate organs like the eyes. Overall, I have found the formulations offer clinical benefit to a number of patients. The high safety and tolerability have made them a good option to support eye care in my practice.