Eyesight And Double Vision
Author: Christine C.
Skill: Frequency Energy
Location: Bc, Canada
Word Count: 258
Questions Received: 7
Testimonial ID: 1442-OR
My vision was deteriorating. I was working at 18 pt on the computer with double, and even sometimes (when tired) triple vision. Glasses did not help - in fact they gave me headaches.
My ophthalmologist at Vancouver General Hospital had excitedly called in colleagues after doing topography of my eyes explaining to all his 'fellows' that this was one of those patients that would never be satisfied with lens. He explained I would complain each set of lenses bothered me after 10 minutes felt a headache coming on. YUP, that was me. It had been like that for 40 years.
I'd bulbar paralytic polio at 12 and possibly it was responsible for pulling the pitch of the eyeball to 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock respectively whereas the pitch (highest point of the eyeball) should be front and center (bulls-eye) for effective use of lenses. There was nothing they could do.
I heard of Dr. Friedman's recipe for assisting vision. With nothing to loose but my skepticism, I started putting Frankincense and carrier oil around my eyes. In two weeks I was working with single vision. A week later I was comfortable at 12-14 point. That was about 6-7 years ago. Now I work at 10-12 point - 14 when tired. If my eyes tire, I reapply Frankincense neat. It stings a wee bit, then if calms them and I can see clearly. I use the Frankincense treatment about once a year.
Christine Carleton, C.B.P.
Certified BodyTalk Practitioner
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