|Rest of India||4 - 6 days|
|North East||7 - 9 days|
(Assam, C'Garh incl J&K)-
Haslab Mamira drops Contains:
Acidium Boracicum: Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic disinfectant, arrests fermentation and putrefaction.
Natrum Muraticum: Useful for irrigation, to remove conjunstival discharges, dust grit-bacterias and other infective organisms, protects the eyes, reduces the conjunctival congestion, oedma conjunctiva and lids, cleans cornea for sharp and twinkling vision.
Natrum Sulphuricum: conjunctival decongestant, photophobia, acrid lacrimatin.
Camphora: Anti pruitic, counter irritant.
Euphrasia Officinalis: (Eyebright) profuse, fluent coryza with smarting lacrimation and photopobia conjunctivitis with burning and swelling of lids, sticky mucus on cornea, iritis.
Mamira: Coptis teeta. Contains Berberine, useful as a salve for the eyes.
Haslab Mamirais an ideal homeopathic eye drops prepared from extract of medicinal herbs been classically used for eye diseases from ancient time as a religious herbs. Recent researches have elucidated the active principles of herbal extracts, the experimental and clinical pharmacology, clinical proving and their results.
The clinical experiences of their action sufficiently suggests their use in the treatment of redness, inflammation of the eyes, vision dim and blurred, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, catarrhal affections, trachoma, keratitis.
Tones up the ocular muscles, improving myopia, hypermetropia, over strained eyes with dropping of water. While the action is quite swift in common optic ailments, the use in general provides an useful irrigation to remove bacteria and other infective organisms.
Haslab Mamira drops Protects the eyes and keep their whiteness and glare, may be used whenever indicated or as an daily routine. The preparation is absolutely free from noxious side effects.
|Symptoms||Conjunctivitis, Eye strain, Cataract, Corneal opacity|
|Manufacturer||Hahnemann Scientific Laboratory (india)|
|Dosage||Shake well before use, instill 1-2 drops in both eyes 2 to 3 times a day, allowing the tears to irrigate the entire eye by closing and opening the eyelids simultaneously.|