22 replies
  1. Christiane M. Burchard
    Christiane M. Burchard says:

    Follow Dr. Susanne advice, what ever she tells you to do, DO IT, you will be amazed of the results. She is truly awesome and is teaching from her heart.
    Thank you Susanne!

  2. Neil
    Neil says:

    Cool! Does this work with conjunctivitis? I wake in the morning with red, itchy eyes and yucky green crust. Also, you said to use sea salt, is that refined or unrefined? I can only imagine it’s an allergy-induced infection at this point. And would you use the same irrigating sinuses? And while I’m asking what do you clean your Neti pot and shot glass with? Thanks so much for the info!

  3. Judy Brown
    Judy Brown says:

    Hi Susanne. I would love to see this, as I am seriously suffering from the itchy eye thing myself for the first time ever! It stinks! However, this link won't load completely, so I am unable to watch your video. Could someone check on it and maybe reload it???

  4. susan
    susan says:

    have been telling many about your book, website and information – it is very good what do you suggest for the eyelash “dandruff” I know it is a mite but don’t like the full of junk products that are sold for this condition (demodex)
    thanks susan

  5. Dr. Susanne
    Dr. Susanne says:

    Hi Judy! Under the video on the right side there is a little logo that says youtube. Click on that and it will take you to the video on my youtube channel. That should take care of it!

  6. Dr. Susanne
    Dr. Susanne says:

    Hello Rich and Bonnie! Eczema is an internal issue, meaning it is usually due to inflammation in the gut, leaky gut, food allergies and fungal/bacterial infection. If you are interested in learning more about it, you can check out my new book: The 7-Day Allergy Makeover, I give all the steps to get rid of eczema and allergies!

  7. Dr. Susanne
    Dr. Susanne says:

    Hello Rich and Bonnie! Eczema is an internal issue, meaning it is usually due to inflammation in the gut, leaky gut, food allergies and fungal/bacterial infection. If you are interested in learning more about it, you can check out my new book: The 7-Day Allergy Makeover, I give all the steps to get rid of eczema and allergies!

  8. Tasha
    Tasha says:

    Hi Dr. Susanne,

    In the second demonstration (eye washing using your hand instead of a shot glass), you didn’t use a pinch of salt. Is the pinch of salt necessary?

    Thanks!

  9. Admin
    Admin says:

    Hi Tasha,

    If you don’t have a shot glass, then using the hand is the next best thing. The pinch of sea salt in a cup of water is preferable but if you find that you are in a bind, any purified water will do, and if absolutely necessary to clean out the debris out of your eyes, I would use tap water. Great question Tasha! Dr. Susanne

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