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"Can you please advise me on how to use 3 mentioned crystals for glaucoma? I am also a little bit confused because I know that crystals would never in any way replace the medical care I've been following through my MD. However, the following was suggested, but I am not sure how to apply this to my regimen:
To use crystals in addition to your traditional medical care by a licensed healthcare provider (which is always advised to be tried first and foremost), there are a few things you can do with your crystals.
The easiest is to carry the crystals on your body, either by wearing them as jewelry or keeping them in your pockets (I recommend using a pouch made for carrying crystals, to keep them more secure). If you can't carry them on your body or are just concerned about losing or damaging your crystals, you can keep them in your personal space, as near as possible to your body (this is what I personally do).
You could create a crystal grid either using a pre-designed template for the shape or by using your intuition to place the crystals in a pattern that is meaningful to you (the latter being how I prefer to create my grids).
You could make crystal infused water to drink. The indirect method (placing crystals outside the container, not inside the water) is recommended! You would just place the crystals outside and touching the (usually clear; glass, plastic) container. To put crystals inside the water runs the risk of ingesting a toxic mineral or possibly building up too much of a mineral that is already present in the body or ruining a crystal that shouldn't get wet.
I would like to suggest a few different crystals than those listed. Alongside crystals that are good for eyesight, I feel it's worth considering crystals that can help with edema, since glaucoma is generally caused by fluid build up:
DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well-being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.
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