thank you for suggestion, the person is low in vitality, and it is not so easy to help them, as I have to do everything , they forget stuff and obviously cannot see well to find things. but that aside, yes doing liver herbs, diet good , needs more green stuff though, side effects of antibiotics in 2016 still detoxing from that as well, however now are going to also try dr christophers eye baths herbs and internal herb combo...thanks.
My eye problems are getting better now, thank goodness although one eye is still swollen and tender and sore from all the attention I have been giving it.
I do have a chesty cold, I have a small aroma diffuser that helps but I have ordered a new Vicks hot steam humidifier which is being delivered tomorrow from Amazon.
I think I have got some oils that you mention, normally I do lavender but I do have a few others.
I have been pumping my asthmatic inhalers more often to help.
I am in quarantine as I don't want my son to catch my ailments. It gives me time to myself to ponder but I feel tired, the cold is causing that. I am very much hoping I won't develop a chest infection as I don't want to take anymore antibiotics.
I used to take dodo Chesteze which stopped me getting infections but they don't make it anymore which is a shame, they stopped it because bodybuilders and keep fit people were abusing them, so they spoiled it for the rest of us who needed them.
Hope you get your inbox sorted. Mine is o.k.
You are right about eyes, my eyesight is special I am reluctant to use Colloidal Silver as when I tried it before in a diffuser my eyes dried and the eyelids stuck to my eyes and I had to prize my lids away from them, not nice. Also I knew this infection was different, there was no itchiness just bad pain and a lot of discharge. I had swab taken and luckily did not have to go to hospital, bad vomiting bug at the hospital.
i'm 34 now and having left lazy eye (refractive type). my right eye is normal vision 6/6 while left eye was around 75 astig when i was 15 and it went worse to 300 astig when i was 23 as the eye accomodation power dropped when getting older. as i felt unease wearing glasses, i underwent lasik surgery later. after that i took neurovision therapy but dont saw much improvement.
i know from web that it's hard to treat lazy eye in adults. i have tried eye patching but it only worsen with my left eye get drifted further from fusioncore focus line. fusioncore is referred in wikipedia as stereovision processing by brain while i regard it as software part of eye system.
from age 23 to 34, i did notice that when i involved in sports, i can notice energy surge in my left eye (better blood circulation thus better nutrient supplement). while my hairs getting longer, my lazy eye feel more sluggish and will suddenly feel the same energy surge when my hairs cut short (longer hair ask for more nutrient and reflow it into eye when suddenly cut short hairs). so i gradually believe that my lazy eye somewhat have bad blood circulation or insufficient nutrient problem which i think is the primary reason lazy eye is hard to be treated for adults(hardware problem). isit possible that brain did the nutrient cutoff to stop the usage of lazy eye?
so i started trial and error test on myself recently that involve following 4 steps
1. clinelle eyebright twice a day to revitalise eyelid muscle that easily fatigue due to infrequent eye usage
2. "refresh tear" as needed to lubricate eyeball and smooth out eyeball surface that can somewhat temporarily improve my vision for a while
3. continuos 1 second interval random point both eye focus. just find any random point near you that differ in xyz coordinate and stare for 1 second before change to another point. do it continuosly with "both eyes" until you feel strength in your lazy eye. i did notice better effect when alter between near and far point.
4. once a day 500mg krill oil with 65mg omega3 and 750mcg astaxanthin to boost nutrient supplement towards eye. i have tried fish oil before but less effective. and i did notice my lazy eye getting stronger and back to fusioncore focus line which i think is mainly due to astaxanthin effect. after around 30 days, i notice my lazy eye start to show these symptom one by one that lead to stronger lazy eye.
-eyeball of lazy eye move towards focus line which before was frequently push aside (you can feel it but movement unnoticeable by others because i think focusing is some delicate control)
-noticeable increased light sensitivity in lazy eye
-muscle inside lazy eye felt loosen up
-facial muscle around ear and cheek of lazy eye side felt stretching which i believe is due to brain trying to use lazy eye
-blood blister in mouth (lazy eye side) which i poke it to drain out the black blood which i believe is some long stored toxin released from lazy eye by astaxanthin
-after blood blister that last for a week gone, i felt my lazy eye further push towards focus line and muscle inside eyeball also felt loosen up
-after a day or 2, i suddenly felt lens focusing power in my lazy eye
- the next day i felt lens focusing power in both eyes
- after a day or 2, i felt a sudden eyeball stretching in my lazy eye that i can hardly open my lazy eye for around half an hour, then i can see in 3D when the symptom gone away.
-by this time and now, i have already taken around 40+ krill oil with astaxanthin
-i have only notice minute line chart improvement because only 1 day has passed since the above symptom by the time i write this. with eye "hardware problem" being solved, i think it is only a matter of time for fusion core (software part) to show improvement.
that's what i experienced right until now and will update if my lazy eye really get 6/6
Although I am visually disabled by cataracts, I don't want to undergo surgery if it's done by people who deliberately want to destroy part of the human eye rather than try to save it. Two days ago, I phoned the national ophthalmology association in my locality, and begged them to fast-track cataract eye drops before I lose all my sight and it's too late. They replied: "If we don't do cataract surgery, we would go financially bankrupt so we'd be unable to treat people with other eye diseases. Is that what you want? I told you before, if you want to change the way we do things, contact your member of Parliament to lobby the government, and provide evidence that eye drops work. We won't change anything unless they tell us to". They were asking us to undergo surgery just to ensure their financial solvency. Well guess what, their financial health matters less to me than the health of my eyes. I thought it was particularly debased to use patients with other eye diseases as a 'bargaining chip' to justify their continuation of a surgical practice 'en masse' which could be averted, if they only tried. This is equivalent to medical terrorism, and I won't give in to terrorists under any conditions.
Yesterday, I told the local eye doctor about this, and she almost fell off her chair. She laughed that although she doesn't do surgery, she hasn't gone bankrupt!
An eyeborg or eye-borg is a body modification apparatus which typically fits on the wearer's head, and is designed to allow people to perceive color through sound waves. It works with a head-mounted antenna that senses the colors directly in front of a person, and converts them in real-time into sound waves through bone conduction.
The first eyeborg was created in England in 2003 by Adam Montandon in collaboration with colourblind artist Neil Harbisson. The invention, under the heading Bridging the Island of the Colourblind Project, won a British award in Innovation (Submerge 2004) and a European award in Content Tools and Interface Design (Europrix 2004). In 2007, Peter Kese, a software developer from Kranj, Slovenia, made further developments to the eyeborg by increasing the number of color hues to 360 and adding color saturation through different volume levels.
In 2009, Matias Lizana, a student from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya developed the eyeborg into a chip as part of his final year project. The chip allows users to have the device implanted and to hear colors beyond the limits of human perception such as infrared and ultraviolet.
Color to sound scales
Harbisson's Sonochromatic Music Scale (2003) is a microtonal and logarithmic scale with 360 notes in an octave. Each note corresponds to a specific degree of the color wheel. The scale was introduced to the first eyeborg in 2004.
Harbisson's Pure Sonochromatic Scale (2005) is a non-logarithmic scale based on the transposition of light frequencies to sound frequencies. The scale discards color as being part of a color wheel and ignores musical/logarithmic perception so it can overstep the limits of human perception. The introduction of the new scale to the eyeborg in 2010, allows users to decide whether they want to perceive colors logarithmically or not.
Blind Ecuadorians using eyeborgs
Since 2005, eyeborgs have been donated to blind communities in Europe, Asia and America with the aim of helping the blind develop the sense of color. The first blind person to try out an eyeborg was Sabriye Tenberken followed by blind students from Braille Without Borders in Tibet and members of the Sociedad de Ciegos de Pichincha in Ecuador.
In 2011, vice-president of Ecuador Lenin Moreno announced that his government would collaborate with the Cyborg Foundation to create eyeborgs and new sensory extensions.
In 2012, after lecturing at Escola Politécnica de Pernambuco in Recife, the Cyborg Foundation signed a partnership to create eyeborgs and other new human extensions in collaboration with Universidade de Pernambuco in Brazil.
Eyeborgs are currently being treated as body parts rather than as devices, and therefore are donated rather than sold.
After using Lanomax for around 3 months, my friend reports that the white areas in the eyes of his dog have shrunk.
That's great news. If she continues to give the dog another couple of months of Lanomax, chances are the lenses will be all clear again. This is thanks to the fact that Lanomax is a nanoparticle formulation which is able to penetrate the lens capsule and lens. I would have used it myself on my own cataracts had it not contained a phosphate buffer which risks causing calcification in cataractous lenses. We wanted Ventura Labs to release a human version without phosphate buffer, but they refused, saying that "other groups were working on a human version of lanosterol eye drops". While that is true, it will be more than 1 year before it makes it into human clinical trials, and by that time, I will not have much sight left.
My eyes cry constantly. Tears como to my eyes all the time. A doctor told me it was due the hormone lowering of menopause.Another told me it was an allergy. So I don`t know who is right and who is wrong. I don`t like doctors.Have anyone had this problem, who can give some imput?
Any natural remedy for this situation?
We invite all eye doctors to make a New Year Resolution for 2017! Don't be shy. Break with tradition, and for the first time in the last 100 years, actually TRY to cure cataract without surgery, and spare the human eye lens from the knife or laser. Go on, be daring, do what a doctor's supposed to do, and TRY. Make a resolution: "This year, I'm gonna TRY to cure human cataract without resorting to surgery, save the lens, and save the human eye in all its integrity! To hell with the $14 billion that we're making from surgery - I don't care any more, I'm gonna do the right thing, and put patients first!" The technology is there. Biologists, chemists and biochemists have, since 1954, come up with a full range of various eye drops that have been found, in animal studies and/or from anecdotal reports, to restore clarity to cataractous lenses. If you TRY to save people's natural lens with these tools, and you fail despite your best efforts, no-one in this world can ever blame you. We certainly won't. But if you don't TRY, well ya know, that's a whole different story. The world will never know what might have been possible. After all, Hippocrates said: "First, do no harm". He didn't say: "Do nothing, so patients are forced to submit to surgery". Did he.
I've been reading about castor oil and its potential benefits for curing cataracts.
However, I've also read that castor oil can be very irritating to the eyes. The bottom line seems to be that some people say castor oil is safe to put in the eyes as drops, while others so it's an absolute no-go ... This is pretty confusing.
The brand I have bought is the 'heratidge products organic castor oil' ... it is hexane free, cold pressed and pesticide free.
It seemed like a good product, however the label says to AVOID contact EYES and that the oil is for EXTERNAL use only
Can anybody shed some light on if castor oil can indeed harm the eyes ?
I was consuming Goji berries, but haven't for some time.
I found that a drop or two of 10 PPM of Ionic Colloidal silver would do it also.
My eye doctor once told me that nothing you could eat would get rid of them. He was talking about "Completely', so one day I had eye floaters, and noticed that my eye also was also making me rub it because it had a mild itch. I can't put into words why exactly, but it kind of felt like it was being hassled by some thing that was in it.
So I put a drop of the CS in it and it went away including the eye floaters. This feeling comes back occasionally, so I do the CS thing again.
Also while listening to a speil from some doctor on the internet he mentioned 3 foods you should never eat. One of them was Goji berries, because they had "Lectin", which causes you to eat more, and gain weight or something like that.
The Goji berry will do the trick, but I found only temporarily. Having said that If you go to youtube.com and look for "Astaxathin along with Eye floaters" there is a long list of possible remedies.