Retinal Vein Occlusion

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I have the same problem a year or so ago, and doctors told me that it is incurable, urged me to to use Avastin injections which I refused to do. Having an innate distrust for doctors, especially the "incurable" verdict that makes one their patient for life and provides them with additional stable cash flow, I have done my own research and, as a result, completely cured myself. (My doctor reacted to this with no surprise saying "Sometimes it happens" and showed no interest when I told him that 'it' happened because of what I did).

What cured me is an infusion of equal parts of yarrow and celosia, a half oz of each in a quart of boiled water, steeping for about 20 minutes. I recommend drink a cup of the infusion 2 or 3 times a day. While yarrow is a well known blood purifier, celosia is comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine as specific for retinal vein occlusion. Because of that, it can be found mainly in Chinese health stores. I bought mine from ****. By the way, one acn grow it in a backyard, which I also did.

The Chinese refer to eyes as a "window of the soul" or, more practically, a "window of the liver to the world" meaning that the root cause of most eye problem is liver and/or gall bladder deficiency.

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    Dear friends, I recently got the CRVO and was disapointed when my Doctor informed me with the facts. But would you plz send me whether these plants medicines are effective? is there any recommmendation? thank you
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    How long did you continue with the celosia infusion.? Did you suffer any side effects?
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    hi there - patient admin removed the address/telephone no etc of where you got your yarrow and celosia from. Could you possibly send me the details so I may try as well. Since this happened it has made me very un-balanced so it would be nice to at least try and cure it. My e-mail address is _____

    Many thanks

    Graham

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      Graham, Well it's regretably a "me too" and I would like to try anything to help fix/improve it. If you have any info on where/how to purchase correct form of celosia and how to administer please will you advise how I can get this from you without upsetting the moderators/admins (or mods can you please advise how I contact Graham et al without displaying info which contradicts the site regs

      Many thanks

      R

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      I would suggest finding an herbalist in your area or a natural foods store that has herbs and herbal remedies, you may find it in the tea section or the dried herbs section.  
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    Hi,

        i have had a RVO in my right eye, have had two injections, these changed the condition from what i would describe as bits of my vision missing to my vision being "cloudy" or very blurred.

    Looking at your post, i wondered if you could advise me on the availability of yarrow and celosia in the uk,

    thanks 

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      "I would suggest finding an herbalist in your area or a natural foods store that has herbs and herbal remedies, you may find it in the tea section or the dried herbs section."  applies here too.  Good luck!  
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