Directions for Use:
For use in the eyes: for hay fever or irritations etc., pour a little Activator into an eye bath and bathe each eye for a few minutes, repeat as often as necessary. N.B. When using Activator for irritations or infections in the eye, please remember to wash the eye bath after each use and use fresh Activator for each eye, to prevent cross contamination.
For use in the ears: for earache, excessive wax, *eczema of the inner ear or other infections, use the ‘puffer spray’, (which can be purchased from Life Long Products), spraying a little into each affected ear, repeat when necessary. *As it is advisable with this condition, not to get too much liquid into the ear, it is best to mix a little of the Activator with the Aloe Vera Gelly, which will ensure that you have a thicker constituent. This mixture may have to be used with a ‘dropper’ with a large enough opening to allow the mixture to be placed into the ear.
For use in the nose: for hay fever, spots, sores or other irritations of the nose. Use the ‘puffer spray’, (which can be purchased from Life Long Products), to spray a little Activator into each affected nostril, breathing in gently whilst spraying.
For use in the throat or mouth: for sore throats, squeeze a little Activator directly from the container or the ‘puffer spray’ (which can be purchased from Life Long Products), into the throat, leave and gargle for a while, please note that it is quite safe to swallow the Activator and this could add to the healing process. For mouth ulcers and other sores of the mouth, spray some Activator from either the container or the ‘puffer spray’ into the mouth, hold the liquid in the mouth for a few minutes, swishing it around as you do so, once again, it is quite safe to swallow the Activator and this could add to the healing process.
If any stinging is experienced, when using the Activator in the eyes or the nose, this will not be harmful, just a little uncomfortable. Not everyone will experience stinging, but the benefits from the Activator far outweigh any slight discomfort that may be felt.