6 thoughts on “Edgar Cayce Eye Remedies

  1. hi i have at times bad IBS?
    and last night it was extremely bad and today my eyes feel like i have been smacked in them they really hurt as though bruised, although they look normal to look at. i wonder is there a link between IBS and eyes please.
    also i keep having pains above my bum that seem to be in my back im just wondering about these too.

    • It affects my eyes too when I get IBS, I know when I am having problems with my bowels, my eyes start to get itchy, red and like someone is gouaching my eyes out. My face will start having red blotches, I recommend some flax seed oil (GNC) or vitamin E.

      I am sure you know the rest of the medication for your symptoms. If not let me know. I hadn’t had it for a long time now. I do healing on myself or meditate on it. That is the only way I can rid myself of the nuisance for 20 years.

      Good luck and don’t stress too much. Stay Happy!

      P.S.There is a good remedy for IBS is oral Castor oil. I am still staring at mine 3 years later. Can’t stomach the smell. The Great Edgar Cayce has written books about the effects and healing of Castor oil.

      I hear now you can’t get it of the counter. I just have a phobia because when I was young we used to have to take them and it smells horrendous. Is really very effective and I have seen the effects of it.

    • Castor oil has been known to treat constipation, as well as a rub for aches and pain.

      Here are two excerpts from Wikipedia:

      1) “The use of cold pressed castor oil in folk medicine predates government regulations. Cold pressed castor oil is tasteless and odorless when pure. Uses include skin problems, burns, sunburns, skin disorders, skin cuts, and abrasions. Castor oil can also be used to draw out styes in the eye by pouring a small amount into the eye and allowing it to circulate around the inside of the eyelid. The oil is also used as a rub or pack for various ailments, including abdominal complaints, headaches, muscle pains, inflammatory conditions, skin eruptions, lesions, and sinusitis. A castor oil pack is made by soaking a piece of flannel in castor oil, then putting it on the area of complaint and placing a heat source, such as a hot water bottle, on top of it. This remedy was often suggested by the American Healing Psychic, Edgar Cayce, given in many healing readings in the early mid-1900s.”

      2) “The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has categorized castor oil as “generally recognized as safe and effective” (GRASE) for over-the-counter use as a laxative, with its major site of action the small intestine”

  2. Has anybody heard of or sought alternative medicine for Bell’s Palsy?
    I have had Bell’s PAlsy for 3 years now. It was severe at first but now is about 70% recovered. I still have ear pain and my mouth is visibly droopy (a bit) I believe the nerves did not heal properly as my eye waters and partially closes when I smile. I’m tired of doing nothing and was interested in accupuncture, cupping or herbal remedies. I heard that in China there are many ‘ancient’ treatments. Can anybody help? Thanks!

    • Try Edgar Cayce’s wet cell appliance, medically known as iontophoresis. Alternate gold chloride(nerve regeneration) and colloidal silver(kills or weakens bacteria and viruses-most common cause of Bell’s Palsy). Contact the A.R.E. Clinic(757-428-3588). A TENS unit or similiar muscle-nerve stimulator, massage with a vibrator, and a heating pad will also help.Supplements that help are vitamins(whole complex-antioxidants and nerve support) and Flaxseed oil and fish oil, both for external massage, and, as capsules for internal use to fight inflammation. Vinpocetine/Gingka Biloba tablets improve blood flow for nerve support.Aloe Vera Juice(allantoin in the juice, doubles to triples cell division, providing nerve support) as a massage and/or internal use, may be of benifit. Hydrocortisone cream melted in 99.99% liquid DMSO can be massaged into and around the ear to fight inflammation-use caution and do NOT use more than 2-3 days, then lay off for a week. All of the above are WELL DOCUMENTED, not hearsay.Clyde Nassif, CMA,Holistic Consultant, http://www.naturescorner.com

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