Reprinted from Sunshine Sharing
An indicator of poor health-failing eyesight.
Let's Focus on the Eyes
Specific Eye Problems
Astigmatism can be minimized and largely prevented by reducing stress
if the problem is not genetic. Astigmatism may originate from regular but
abnormal pressure on the cornea and lens by the muscles attached to the eye
or to the lens from inside the eye. Eyestrain, poor posture and reading in poor
light can contribute to this.
Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) is an inflammation of the lining of the eyelid
caused by infection or other irritation. Goldenseal, chamomile, chickweed
or EW have proven helpful as an eyewash for this condition. These teas may
be applied with an eyewash cup or as a compress. For a compress, soak a
piece of sterile cotton in the tea and place the cotton over the closed eyes.
Glaucoma is a serious eye disease characterized by an increase in the
pressure in the fluid inside the eye. Glaucoma can cause the eyeball to
harden, damaging the retina and the optic nerve, which can lead to
blindness. So consult a doctor before embarking on any self-treatment.
Large doses of vitamin C (up to 10,000 mg) may help. B-Complex vitamins,
vitamin A, germanium, and EW eyewash have also been used.
Avoid licorice root and niacin if you have glaucoma. A good general
combination to use is MegaChel, which contains most of these elements.
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