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Eye Closes For Months Under Stressful Conditions


Author: Ronda N.
Date: 02-21-2015
Views: 4,953
Word Count: 507
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10499-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 8

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In November 1981 I contracted an airborne virus that attacked my eyes. It took 11 years and many visits to specialists from Edmonton, Red Deer, and Calgary before the doctors could put a name to it. The day that my eyelid drooped, the doctor could finally put a name to the disease, which is called "Ocular Myasthenia Gravis."

I have found that, through the years, stress could trigger this disease. My eye would close, especially if I happened to be in a crowd -- for sure it would close then (not a pretty sight, I might add).

Sometimes it would last a few months to a couple of years, then it would go into remission again. I am one of the lucky ones that this disease would go into remission. Some people find that their eye would close and then never open again. So over the years I counted myself very lucky and tried not to complain much.

With the stress of our art group's project for our town's centennial in 2012, the disease came back full on. So for the next 2 years it was a trying time, and I thought that I was just going to have to put up with this dreaded eye disease. I didn't think that it would go back into remission ever again.

Then the unthinkable happened. I was introduced to therapeutic-grade essential oils. I started using them in earnest in February 2014.

I get a wonderful newsletter twice a month by email. In one of the articles the author mentioned about using Sacred Frankincense to get rid of floaters in the eyes. That interested me, as I have floaters. So I decided that I had to try this; but first I had to put an order in, as I didn't have that essential oil.

On May 31, 2014, we celebrated my sister's 80th birthday party with our family and friends in attendance. My eye was closed tight that day (remember I said it didn't like crowds).

Then on June 6th I received my order, so I started twice a day (just like the author of the newsletter said) to put 3 drops of Sacred Frankincense in the palm of my hand, rub together, and then cup my eyes for 3 minutes (keeping eyes open) twice a day.

I did this every day, and my husband thought that I was crazy. But I was bound and determined. After 3 weeks I still had the floaters. Darn, it didn't work. But... then I realized that my eye wasn't closed! Okay, something was going on here that I didn't realize was happening.

It has now been 8 months of using either Sacred Frankincense or Frankincense (whichever I have on hand), and my eye has only been closed ONE day in all that time. This everyday regimen has put my eye disease back into remission.

This regimen will not cure my eye disease; but if it keeps it in remission, boy can I live with that! And it has made a believer out of my husband. Oh, I still have my floaters. Oh, well!


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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "After inhalation of clary sage oil, cortisol levels were significantly decreased.... Thyroid stimulating hormone was also reduced.... Clary sage oil has antidepressant-like effect...."Link
2.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "Lavender, mint [peppermint], orange, rose, chamomile, rosemary, and sage were used.... Depression levels in the touch-music-aroma therapy group... showed a larger decrease than in the... control groups [that did not include aromatherapy].... [FMS] symptoms such as restless sleep, headache, morning fatigue, exhaustion, feeling like crying, and bowel complaints were also significantly reduced."Link
3.Associated topics: autoimmune-diseases — "DHEA [a component of PD 80/20], an androstene hormone [precursor to estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, cortisone, and other hormones], has been shown to possess a wide range of beneficial biological effects mainly attributed to immune system modulation.... thus leading to beneficial effects in diverse human diseases including resistance to infection, neuroprotection, wound healing, diabetes, hepatic injury, cardiovascular disease, and cancer."Link
4.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "A number of essential oils are currently in use as aromatherapy agents to relieve anxiety, stress, and depression. Popular anxiolytic oils include lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), rose (Rosa damascena), orange (Citrus sinensis), bergamot (Citrus aurantium), lemon (Citrus limon), sandalwood (Santalum album), clary sage (Salvia sclarea), Roman chamomile (Anthemis nobilis), and rose-scented geranium (Pelargonium spp.)."Link
5.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "Most studies, as well as clinically applied experience, have indicated that various essential oils, such as lavender, lemon and bergamot can help to relieve stress, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. Most notably, inhalation of essential oils can communicate signals to the olfactory system and stimulate the brain to exert neurotransmitters (e.g. serotonin and dopamine), thereby further regulating mood."Link
6.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "The ylang ylang oil caused a significant decrease of blood pressure and a significant increase of skin temperature. At the behavioral level, subjects in the ylang ylang oil group rated themselves more calm and more relaxed than subjects in the control group. These findings are likely to represent a relaxing effect of the ylang ylang oil and provide some evidence for the usage of the ylang ylang oil in aromatherapy such as causing a relief of depression and stress in humans."Link
7.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "Lavender essential oil has been used as an anxiolytic [anxiety] drug, a mood stabilizer, a sedative, spasmolytic [muscle spasms], antihypertensive [high blood pressure], antimicrobial, analgesic [pain] agent as well as a wound healing accelerator.... The present study suggests that inhalation of lavender essential oil may be an effective and safe treatment modality in acute management of migraine headaches."Link
8.Associated topics: stress-/-tension-/-burnout — "This controlled study showed for the first time that a 10% peppermint oil in ethanol solution efficiently alleviates tension-type headache. Peppermint oil thus proves to be a well-tolerated and cost-effective alternative to usual therapies."Link

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