Hello! I cannot seem to find an answer for this so I'm posting it here on curezone. I completed my second 21 day water fast back in January earlier this year. Midway through the fast I developed a blinking tic where I would blink a lot or blink really hard, etc. I thought it'd go away by now but it hasn't and it's been three months since I ended the fast. Anyone else have this problem? Do you think it's related to fasting at all?
Hi all you cataracters, here I am trying to explore Chinese medicine to treat my cataracts. The TCM doctor who specializes in eyes, whom I saw yesterday, summed up the attitude of the eye profession with regard to saving the lens: "THEY HAVE NO TIME" to do that, he said. Surgery is quick, often successful and always very profitable, so they see the idea of trying to find ways to make the natural lens clear again ABSURD, and they consider anyone who wants to save the lens must be crazy.
Old make up is a no no, it can cause an infection and you can end up with blepharitis which is rea...
Old make up is a no no, it can cause an infection and you can end up with blepharitis which is really horrible, especially if you have it bad, life long condition which makes your upper eye lids swell and makes you look older than what you are. The doctors can throw long term antibiotics at blepharitis if they think it is caused by an infection to try and get the condition under control, if you get it bad, you will wish you never used old make up.
how can we use eyedrops to cure cataract? update on lanomax dog cataract eyedrops
Go to Amazon.com. At this moment, there are 10 reviews of LANOMAX, a dog eyedrop containing lanosterol. 7 dog owners report the product cleared the cataracts out of their dog's eyes, 3 said it did not work. Of the 3 who said it did not work, one said the dog was diabetic. Therefore it is HIGHLY LIKELY that sterols can untangle aggregates of alpha-crystallin as in non-diabetic cataract, but cannot help when the alpha-crystallin is bound to Sugar as in diabetic cataract. Also, LANOMAX has a phosphate buffer which can cause calcification in the presence of excess calcium ions.
Enter ISOTINE Ayurvedic eyedrops from Dr. M.S.Basu in India. They contain a herb called APAMARG (latin, "Achyranthes"), which can reverse diabetic cataract. But they also contain alum, zinc and copper mineral bhasmas which will only make things worse if there is no active alpha-crystallin left. THE BOTTOM LINE: We could probably cure our cataracts completely by using both
A) LANOMAX eyedrops without the phosphate (ask Ventura Labs to leave the phosphate out), and
B) ISOTINE eyedrops without the alum, zinc and copper (ask Dr. Basu to leave the alum, zinc and copper out).
Both LANOMAX and ISOTINE are available on Amazon. But I want to make those modifications to them. Then, I would use one drop of one in the morning, the other in the evening.
In the following patent from 2014 from the University of Massachussets, it is demonstrated that cataract can be reversed by eyedrops containing agents that directly interfere with the electrostatic attraction between beta- and gamma- crystallins: http://www.google.com/patents/WO2014152818A1?cl=en
Some of the agents mentioned in this patent had already been discovered in a patent from MIT in 1986, but were of course ignored by the eye profession. It is also explained that alpha-crystallin exerts its chaperone effect by disrupting the electrostatic attraction between beta- and gamma crystallins. The new sterol anticataract eyedrops soon to be clinically trialled aim to revive alpha-crystallin, therefore, by working through alpha-crystallin, they reverse the cataract on the beta- and gamma- crystallins indirectly.