does the herb “eyebright” cure cateracts before they start?

does the herb “eyebright” cure cateracts before they start?


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Question by crystal: does the herb “eyebright” cure cateracts before they start?

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Answer by David
if that were so, lens implants wouldn,t be necessary. try it for a while. the lens replacement is so simple and painless, i,d go that route. had both of mine replaced.

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  1. TinkAug 25, 2011

    The best prevention for that eye disorder is wearing sunglasses that offer 100% protection from UV rays.

  2. Soul DoctorAug 25, 2011

    According to Homeopathic Medicine (The Law of Similars), this is what EUPHRASIA OFFICINALIS or as commonly known “Eyebright” can do :-

    Manifests itself in inflaming the conjunctival membrane especially, producing profuse lachrymation. Patient is better in open air. Catarrhal affections of mucous membranes especially of eyes and nose. Profuse acrid lachrymation and bland coryza; worse, evening. Hawking up of offensive mucus.

    Head.–Bursting headache with dazzling of eyes. Catarrhal headache, with profuse discharge from eyes and nose.

    Nose.–Profuse, fluent coryza, with violent cough and abundant expectoration.

    Eyes.–Catarrhal conjunctivitis; discharge of acrid matter. The eyes water all the time. Acrid lachrymation; bland coryza (Opposite: Cepa). Discharge thick and excoriating (Mercur thin and acrid). Burning and swelling of the lids. Frequent inclination to blink. Free discharge of acrid matter. Sticky mucus on cornea; must wink to remove it. Pressure in eyes. Little blisters on cornea. Opacities. Rheumatic iritis. Ptosis (Gels; Caust).

    Face.–Redness and heat of cheeks. Stiffness of upper lip.

    Stomach.–Vomiting from hawking mucus. Nausea and bitterness after smoking.

    Rectum.–Dysentery. Prolapse ani. Pressure down in anus when sitting. Constipation.

    Female.–Menses painful; flow lasts only an hour or day; late, scanty, short. Amenorrhœa, with ophthalmia.

    Male.–Spasmodic retraction of genitals, with pressure above pubic bone. Condyloma and sycotic excrescences. Prostatitis. Nocturnal irritability of bladder; dribbling urine.

    Respiratory.–Frequent yawning when walking in open air. Profuse, fluent coryza in morning, with much cough and expectoration. Influenza. Gags when clearing the throat in morning. Whooping-cough only in day-time, with profuse lachrymation.

    Skin.–First stage of measles; eye symptoms marked. Consequence of external injuries.

    Sleep.–Yawning when walking in open air. Sleepy during day.

    Fever.–Chilly and cold. Sweat mostly on chest, at night during sleep.

    Modalities.–Worse, in evening, indoors, warmth; south winds; from light. Better, from coffee, in dark.

    Relationship.–Antidotes: Camph; Puls. Compare: Hydrophyllum-Burr -flower–(catarrhal inflammation of eyes; hot lachrymation with itching, swollen lids, dull headache; also for effects of Poison-Oak); Cepa; Ars; Gels; Kali hyd; Sabadilla.
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    The above is as given in THE HOMŒOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA
    by Dr.William BOERICKE, M.D.
    http://homeoint.org/books/boericmm/e/euphr.htm
    I have used it on my patients for the above mentioned symptoms with extremely good rather brilliant results
    For more of Homeopathic Remedies for eye affections check this link :-
    http://www.hpathy.com/diseases/eyes-symptoms-treatment-cure.asp

    Take care and God Bless.

  3. Joshua MBAug 25, 2011

    Nope. unless you eat it with a tea. some think that using the tea like eyedrops will help, but don’t try it. it could render you blind.

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