E.P. stimulates stomach to aid liver/spleen.
E.P. helps alimentary from bad diets.
E.P. treats M.S. multiple sclerosis.
E.P. has miracle molecules called prostaglandine.
lowers blood pressure
opens up blood vessels
relieves angina pains (also use truck loads of CQ10 & a essential
stops growths of cancer cells
Evening Prim has magnesium,potasium
ANOTHER HELP FOR CLEANING BLOOD, LIVER, AND TO SEE BETTER.
THIS STUFF STRENGTHENS ALL EYE AILMENTS, WILL STRENGTHEN ALL EYE PARTS,
PROVIDES ELASTICITY TO THE NERVES AND EYE SIGHT.
REMEMBER EYEBRIGNT IS HIGHT IN vIT a
AND VIT c
AND b COMPLEX
AND vIT d AND ALITTLE vIT e
CONTAINS IRON SILICON Iodine COPPER & ZINC.
CAPSICUM VIT a & MINERALS RICH IN THESE
DIETARY HELPS: VITAMIN a HELPS VISION AND STRONG EYES
VIT b COMPLEX, STOPS INFECTIONS OF EYE
cALCIUM PREVENTS CATARACTS
vIT c PURIFIES AND HEALS EYE FROM INFECTIONS
vIT d THIS SUCKS UP THE CALCIUM FOR BODY AND ACCOMPANIES THE vIT a
vIT e THIS VITAMIN WITH THE VITAMIN a MARRIES EACH OTHER TO WORK WELL IN THE BODY.
CLEANSING DIET IMPROVES YOUR SYSTEM AND EYE STRENGTHENING
JUICES EATING HEALTHY ORGANIC FRUITS 7 DAYS WITH YOUR BEST CLEANEST WATER KEEPS YOUR
IF YOU HAVE WEAK EYES EAT BLUEBERRIES COCONUTS LOTS OF APPLES
DRINK CARROT JUICE (vIT a RICH)
RAW POTATO JUICE HELPS THE ARTERIES IN THE BACK OF THE EYES
SUNFLOWER SEEDS FOR WEAK WEAK WEAK WEAK WEAK EYES.
EAT ALL YOUR VEGITABLES LIKE BEETS BROCCOLI CABBAGE ONION TURNIP COLLARDS LEAF LETTUCES WATERCRESS
yeah, i remember one time i put some ginger in my bath and it really did make me feel better. i forgot about that, thanx for reminding me :)
and also, theres alot of stuff u can put in a bath that is good for u. one time just out of curiosity i threw some rooibos tea bags in the bath and it really did give me energy :) i think bcos rooibos has high minerals in it. it made me feel bad when i drank it , but i felt good when i took a bath in it :/ weird
Just came back from mowing in the country.
this may be a repeat to someone. I thought it mite be something missed
I wrote to ps.
you asked while I am trying to help with an eye problem
One thing doctor did not say was castor oil.
Doctor said to put moisture in famly member's eye by using eye drops. My thought was to get a dropper. One dropper of castor oil b4 closing eye to sleep.
Whenver I find health issues I use castor oil for healings.(to restore dead ends on
Personally, I don't know why you shouldn't have nite shade vegitables? If you enjoy
them why should not eat them?
Juice kale and cook for the vitamin A. Okra seeds good for the vitamin A. Cantalope
and Winter Squash gots Vitamin A foor eyes. In time for pumpkins. Cut pumpkin and
place in oven with butter all over it. It is a good treat top with the spices too.
I am having to back off from the spinach here cause of fear of the filth it is grown
in. I hate that cause I can spinach galore. I love spinach, it taste like beet tops.
if you are country turnip greens and mustard greens are loves here in this area.
I just made a carrot souffle and liked it better than buying at Kroger prepared foods. I left a basic recipe on the recipe board forum.
It called for 2 Cups of carrots, eggs,salt,flavoring, b.powder,2 Tablespoons of Flour (healthy kind). I use some date/brwn Sugar I had left from holiday cooking.
Stevia is wonderful for cooking as a sweetner in Wisdom brand name or the sweet
leaf brand name (krogers' natural corner).
On the parsite support board I recently posted a floater topic for Galoxny and
those suffering with this floater misery.
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Nothing can be done about eye floaters.
There may be treatment and prevention through proper diet and supplements. Certain nutrients such as those found in the classic Chinese formula "Rambling Powder" and Milk Thistle Extract may help alleviate floaters.
Eye floaters are an appropriate name for these small dark shapes that appear before your eyes, because float through your field of vision is precisely what they do. They are clumps of protein. These spots may look like dots, squiggles, strands or any of a hundred other shapes. Though annoying, floaters are harmless, and there are ways to prevent them through proper diet.
Warning: If you suddenly become aware of new spots in your vision, see your eye doctor right away to rule out serious problems.
Little dots or dust floating around your eye
Most floaters are the result of bits of cells that remain in the vitreous humor after birth and float around when the vitreous becomes more liquified later in life.
Over 50% of people over 70 years of age report seeing floaters. Most floaters are age-related. The vitreous humour thickens and clumps as we age, and floaters result from the clumped vitreous gel.
Other spots can be caused by little bits of protein trapped within the eye during pregnancy. Trauma to the eye or breakdown of the vitreous humour may also cause spots and floaters. Many floaters remain in the eye for long periods of time before they gradually disappear.
Floaters are commonly found in nearsighted people and people with food allergies and candidiasis. Vitreous detachment is also common in diabetics, but the highest rate of complaints of floaters is in people over the age of 70. This is when the prevalence of a vitreous detachment jumps from 10% of the population to 63%.
From a Chinese Medicine perspective, floaters are an indication of congestion in the liver, kidney and colon. The herbs and nutrients we recommend below are chosen for their abilities to eliminate congestion in these organs in order to keep the vitreous of the eye clear from these annoying specks, as well as to help strengthen the retinal tissue and integrity of the blood vessels.
Finally, we believe chronic stress in one's life may also play a role in the generation of floaters, so having a daily routine of relaxation and meditation is very important.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A sudden increase of floaters can be an indication of a vitreous or retinal detachment. People who are very nearsighted and/or diabetic are particularly prone to floaters and retinal tears. If you suddenly see new floaters, make an appointment with your eye doctor immediately.
See "Drugs That Harm the Eyes" for a descriiption of potentially harmful drugs.
There is no specific treatment for floaters. In very severe cases, the doctor may consider doing a vitrectomy, in which the vitreous fluid is removed and replaced with an artificial gel.
There are a few eye doctors that are performing laser surgery for floaters, but one of the major criteria for one's eligibility is the location of the floaters in the vitreous fluid. Apparently, most people that may be eligible for laser surgery have had a post vitreous detachment (PVD), which sometimes pushes the floaters toward the middle of the eyes and away from the retina and lens.
This procedure has not yet been accepted by most of the medical community, probably due to the associated risks.
Complementary Treatment and Recommended Vitamins, Supplements, Herbs & Other Nutritional Products
Essential: ReVision Formula - ReVision Formula for overall eye health
Essential: Advanced Eye & Vision Support Formula - Dr. Grossman's Advanced Eye & Vision Support Whole Food Formula ($37.95 per bottle regular or $27.95 per bottle on automatic delivery).
Very Important: Floater Homeopathic Pellets - Floater Homeopathic Pellets
Helpful: Dr. Grossman's Combo (Both Formulas) - Best Deal - get both of Dr. Grossman's whole food formulas for just $57.90, a savings of $18.55 from retail prices monthly on Automatic delivery. Can be modified or cancelled at any time.
Maintain a healthy diet:
The Vision Diet - recommended in Natural Eye Care: An Encyclopedia on CD, authored by Marc Grossman, O.D., L.Ac. and Michael Edson, MS, L.Ac. This CD covers 29 major eye conditions including Floaters with specific nutrient, diet, exercise and juicing instructions by eye condition, plus much more.
Daily juicing of vegetables and fruits (preferably organic). Our floater recipe is some combination of the following: garlic, parsley, beets, carrots, celery, parsnip, apple, raspberries (not too much fruit). Also see more info on juicing..
Supplement your diet with a good multivitamin such as One Plus Multivitamin Formula and/or and organic green drink daily such as Nanogreens
For protein, emphasize fish, soy (in moderation), almonds, sunflower seed and sesame seeds. avoid meat, poultry, eggs, dairy products and most other nuts.
Eat brown rice and other whole grains instead of refined and processed grains (such as white bread and pasta).
Use unsulfered molasses and fruit juices for sweetening instead of White Sugar , chocolate or honey.
Drink rice, almond or soy milk, herb tea or unsweetened, diluted from fruit juices instead of coffee, tea, alcohol and dairy drinks.
Steam or bake foods instead of frying them.
Eat lots of vegetables, but avoid the nightshade family(e.g., tomatoes, green peppers, white potatoes and eggplant).
Minimize your use of salt.
Try to manage your stress. Take up Yoga, Tai Chi, meditation, walks in nature, or prayer on a daily basis.
Finally, you'll find the experience of a woman who recovered from floaters and vitreous detachment to be quite interesting.
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thanks this is very good, i save it to my fav places
for me personally i know my floaters r not proten or cellular debris. i know mine r parasitic.
i always my whole life have great vision Crystal C.. this happened to me almost overnight when i took a bunch of anti parasite herbs. i woke up with aching behind my eyes. one dr. i went to agreed and said yes, this can happen if u make Ascaris mad they will run away from the herbs and even go to ur brain.
now im more careful about what i take bcos i dont want to scatter anymore
How is there any way to know you will be scattering anything when you are going in for the kill...........? Has there been any antiparaswitics known to cause scattering? Some say prazquintel..... Maybe we need to make a list of things known to NOT scatter ascaris............ I still have severe eyefloaters so I am not a good resource...................
having a quiet labor day today, thanks.
yeah, that is what i am trying to do next.
thank you for answer. I have to drive to ft worth for the truck load of shells.
hope you are enjoying some time off from the rat race too.
Well, I don't envy you at all. We had a run in with code over our roof, they are hungry right now. The monsoon season makes everything you want to grow stop, and everything you want stopped grow like no tomorrow.
The table below gives a list of eye problems with their possible related nutrient deficiency and/or general toxicity. General toxicity is not a deficiency of nutrients but an excess of harmful substances, either from a less than optimal diet, or from environmental influences such as bad air or exposure to chemicals.
A feeling of 'sand' under the eyes B-2, EFAs
Amblyopia A, B-complex
Bags under the eyes general toxicity
Blepharitis (flaking and swelling of the eyelids) B-complex
Blepharospasm (involuntary twitching of eyelids) B-1, B-2, B-6, Magnesium
Bloodshot eyes B-2, B-complex
Blurred vision A, B-1, B-2, B-6, E, Chromium
Burning and/or itching of the eyes B-2
Cataracts A, Beta Carotene, B-2, Folic Acid, C, D, E, Amino Acids, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Cysteine, Glutathione, Quercetin, Rutin, Selenium, Zinc, general toxicity
Color blindness B-12
Conjunctivitis (inflammation/redness of the whites of the eyes) A, B-2
Corneal ulcers A, B-1, B-2, C
Crusting of the eyelids (granulated eyelids) B-2
Dark circles under the eyes B-12
Diabetic Retinopathy B-6, C, E, Selenium, Zinc, EFAs, Magnesium, Bioflavonoids
Double vision A
Drooped eye lid C, E, Potassium
Dry cornea syndrome A, C, Amino Acids
Dry eyes, Xerophthalmia A, B-6, B-12, C, E, EFAs, Folic Acid, Potassium, CoQ10, Water, general toxicity (or staring habit, low blinking rate)
Excessive tearing of the eyes A, B-2
Eye fatigue A, B-2
Floaters, spots in visual field Beta Carotene, C, E, Calcium, Copper, general toxicity
Glaucoma (abnormal pressure in eyes damaging the optic nerve. Normal pressure is 15-18 mm Hg; 21 and higher is problematic) A, B-complex (esp B-1, B-12), C, E, Bioflavonoids, CoQ10, Magnesium, EFAs, Quercetin, Zinc
Gradual (or sudden) decline in visual capacity general toxicity
Inflammation of the eye A
Loss of peripheral vision general toxicity
Macular degeneration Beta Carotene, A, B-2, B-3, B-6, B-12, C, E, Cysteine, Chromium, CoQ10, EFAs, Lutein, Selenium, Taurine, Zeaxanthin, Zinc, general toxicity
Myopia (nearsightedness) A, B-2, D, E, Calcium, Chromium
Night blindness A, B-complex, Lutein, Zeaxanthin
Ocular Rosacea (painful, burning, feels like foreign body in eyes) B-2, B-complex, enzymes
Photophobia (sensitivity of the eyes to light) B-2, Selenium, Zinc
Presbyopia ('over 40 syndrome' farsighted) A, B-12, C, E, Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc
Retinal bleeding B-1, E, Zinc
Retinal detachment or retinitis A, B-2, Zinc, general toxicity
(pigment clumps at the back of the eye) A, B-complex, C, E, EFAs, CoQ10, Cysteine, Taurine, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Zinc
Sties on the eyelids A, Zinc
Strabismus / Squint A, B-complex
Swelling of the eyelids or swelling under the eyes Potassium, Iodine (causing sluggish thyroid)
Unable to produce tears A, EFA
Uveitis B-6, C, E, Bioflavonoids, EFAs, CoQ10
free eye chart listed on left side of store
(I'm sorry, it was working for me when I tried it 5 minutes ago).
Just go to website for chart.
Jash Botanicals helps floaters. It is a liquid supplement.