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Brimstone
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I know people with thyroid problems are prone to this blurry and gritty eye stuff but has anyone else had this problem and managed to cure it?
I'm trying to help my eyes with castor oil drops, I've only been doing it for a few nights now so can't report any great changes or amazing cure, but, before I can no longer fish here for any clues, I thought it was worth checking in here, just in case a pearl popped up...
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I wonder of blood sugar fluctuations affect the eyes.

See, this is another example of why we need such a forum. We all have little health issues that pop up. I was thinking of something ths morning, too.


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Blood sugar fluctuations DEFINITELY effect the eyes.

Going to the dr and getting a fasting blood glucose test doesn't always tell the whole truth. Testing at home after meals is the only way to tell what's going on. Some people have hyporeactive glycemic. Meaning you would spike high and then your pancreas releases too much insulin and you get a big drop. This is not diabetes but is blood sugar disregulation.

The only throng I can suggest is either get a home glucose monitor and test before you eat, one and tow hours after your first bite. They are not expensive but the strips are. They usually come with 10 strips.

Or, eat some low carb meals and see how you feel. See if you notice a difference with higher carb meals.


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I thought castor oil is an avoid for O's ...and yep Motherli is right in her suggestions...bls always involves the whole body functions...


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I completely agree Mrs T, the forum members here are generally spot on and possess such a wealth of knowledge, its such a shame, but fingers crossed that we'll be able to navigate the new options...

Blood sugar levels...I am now embarking on yet another journey 😊
I do have adrenal fatigue so it could all figure...have ordered a test kit...deep sigh...
You all have the keys here, whatever am I going to do with out all your sensible and sound advice...?

Thank you Mother, I hope you are packed and ready and coming along to the new ways? I'll definitely need your sensible head in the new world...I have no clue about blood sugar levels...

Amazone, I can't find castor oil on the new typebase...I'm sure that it must be somewhere...
Do oils become neutral if using topically, or, by putting the oil into the eyes does it count as internally?

So many questions, so little time...
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Quoted from Amazone I.
I thought castor oil is an avoid for O's ...and yep Motherli is right in her suggestions...bls always involves the whole body functions...


She's talking about using castor oil externally, not internally. BTD food ratings only apply to ingestion.


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General blood sugar helps: no refined sugars, low or no carbs, more protein & veggies, more exercise. Maybe exercise early in the day if possible. That often moderates the appetite.


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to put something into your eyes is for me also a form of "ingestion" ... I'd like to recommend ya first only euphrasia eyedrops and then get your blz measured for min one week early in the morning...even twice a day to get a glimps wha'ts about it ...next:about adrenal fatigue would like to tell you go for chaga and cordyceps extracts = medicinal mushrooms and add higher amounts of vit. C daily....and get informed about antistress or better said reconvalescence program(all about 0's and the so called hta-axis )... wish you g'd luck and quickest recovery... I needed some 2 years to be fit again.... there are some fine infos from a certain Dr. Lam if I remeber it well about this very thema...


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