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The Lemon Juice Eye Bath
#16
Does this cure intermmitent Exotropia in anyway?
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#17
harold08 Wrote:This is what it said -

"Dr. William Apt, a leading eye specialist in the mid-1900s, recommended the Lemon Juice Eye Bath. He stumbled upon this secret from a 105 year old man. He instructed Dr. Apt to "put three or four drops of lemon juice in an eye cup with purified water and wash the eyes with it daily for about 20-30 seconds with each eye." Dr. Apt says it is invigorating and strengthening. It removes toxic fatigue of the eye. This ancient oldster washes his eyes daily, eats natural foods, wears no glasses, and has perfect eyesight! The Lemon Juice Eye Bath is also recommended to cure cataracts, with osteopathic treatment, plus a strict seven-day elimination (vegetable and fruit) diet, once a month. The continuous practice of these eye improvement secrets will eventually help you to see clearly what you cannot see now."

Would it work?

Putting three or four drops of lemon juice in an eye cup with purified water and wash the eyes with it daily for about 20-30 seconds with each eye. that is good...



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#18
Ammm.. I have a yellowish sclera and i want it whiter is too much exposure to radiation has something to do with it??
Anyhow, this juice bath, can someone help me how to make one and how to apply it plzzz help

another question is there any alternative fruits applicable to this?(ex.orange)
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#19
jaime_4c Wrote:Ammm.. I have a yellowish sclera and i want it whiter is too much exposure to radiation has something to do with it??
Anyhow, this juice bath, can someone help me how to make one and how to apply it plzzz help

another question is there any alternative fruits applicable to this?(ex.orange)

I believe a yellow sclera usually indicates disease of the liver or another organ.

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#20
Nice discussion.. I'm learning from the people here.
keep em coming guys. =)
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#21
My understanding is the same as David's, that a yellowish sclera is from toxins in the body. I think jaundice, a liver problem, might cause this. I knew an older guy once who had alcohol problems and was also on some pharmaceuticals (which are toxins to me), and his eyes had a dull pale brown sclera. Clean up your diet and make sure you're drinking enough pure water.
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