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Subject:    Which crystals are good for strabismus?
Date:    10/11/2010
From:    Annie
To:    Healing Crystals


Which crystals are good for strabismus, especially when the strabismus happened since childhood after the bone near the eye is being hit by something and then the eye squinted and with time became lazy also.

Best Regards,


Hi Annie,

I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. With that said, for your condition, I would like to start by suggesting some crystals that can help. These crystals have the best chance of improving the eyes. Ulexite- which strengthens eye muscles may be your best option

Apophyllite-improving vision
Aqua Aura-watering of the eyes
Aquamarine-watering of the eyes
Aventurine, Green-strengthens eyesight
Citrine-increases visual abilities
Fire Agate-general eye disorders
Fluorite, Blue-treatment of
Emerald-eye strain, tired eyes
Labradorite-clarify the eyes
Lapis Lazuli-general eye problems
Opal-clarifies and strengthens
Topaz, Pink-general healing
Tourmaline, Green-general
Ulexite-strengthens eye muscles


Posted on October 14, 2010
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