Eyedrops Contain Mercury

According to Robert Lawner, an eyecare professional for forty-plus years:  You don’t just find mercury in your tuna salad these days; it is also, and has been for decades, in many eye preparations.  That’s right, your Bausch  Lomb saline for your contacts is probably preserved with the same thimerosol that is the suspected culprit in vaccine-generated autism.

The "Eye of God" Nebula

The "Eye of God" Nebula

Thimerosol contains mercury, used for many medicinal preparations, not just for vaccines.  Just to be clear: mercury: bad for you, bad for the fish.  Just imagine what happens to your eyes when you slosh in your lenses.  Ick.

Comments are closed.