Home Remedies Glaucoma

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Glaucoma:

  • Carrot
  • Cayenne
  • Chamomile
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Citrus Bioflavonoids
  • Eyebright
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Grapeseed
  • Red Raspberry
  • Rutin

Natural Cures and Remedies for Glaucoma

The third way is to provide more of the raw materials out of which Serotonin is made. Tryptophan can cross the blood-brain barrier and, before its recall, it was used by many practitioners as an alternative to the tricylics and MAO inhibitors. Once inside the brain, tryptophan is changed into 5-HTP and then into Serotonin. An alternative to this is to provide the 5-HTP itself. Since some individuals seem to be unable to easily convert tryptophan into 5-HTP, this is actually a better solution. And, unlike tryptophan, 5-HTP does not have to compete with other amino acids for absorption across the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, 5-HTP is easier to supplement and does not have to be taken in as large a dose as tryptophan.

Activities (Indian Acalypha) – Analgesic ; Antibacterial ; Carminative ; Diaphoretic ; Diuretic ; Emetic ; Expectorant ; Hemostat ; Hypnotic ; Larvicide ; Laxative ; Parasiticide ; Vermifuge .

Carrot, Cayenne, Chamomile, Chrysanthemum, Citrus Bioflavonoids, Eyebright, Ginkgo Biloba, Grapeseed, Red Raspberry, Rutin

Amenorrhoea or stoppage of menstrual flow : Stoppage of menstruation is natural during pregnancy and at the menopause, but abnormal at any other time. It is true that some women have very infrequent periods but this seems to be peculiar to their particular type and cannot be termed as stoppage. If , however, the periods have been quite regular for a number of years and then suddenly stop or the cycle becomes frequently interrupted, it denotes a debilitated and devitalised condition of the system, especially of the sex organ. Causes contributing towards this condition are anaemia, worry, grief, fright or other serious emotional disturbances, malformation of the womb, tuberculosis, displacement of womb and debility, especially after a serious illness.

~1.5 g)/day (BIS); 4.5 g root (BIS; KOM; PH2); 1–2 g root in tea 3 ×/day (CAN); 0.5–2 g powdered root (PNC); 1–2 g seed day (CAN); 2–5 g dry leaf 3 ×/day (CAN); 2–5 ml leaf tincture (1:5 in 45% alcohol) 3 ×/day (CAN); 0.5–2 ml root tincture (1:5 in 50% alcohol) 3 ×/day (CAN); 1.5 g root tincture (1:5) (KOM); 2–5 ml leaf extract (1:1 in 25% alcohol) 3 ×/day (CAN); 0.2–5 ml root extract (1:1 in 25% alcohol) 3 ×/day (CAN); 2–4 ml liquid root extract (PNC); 2–4 ml liquid herb extract (PNC); wineglass of root tea (PNC).

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Common Gromwell) – Not covered (AHP; PH2). If it contains the same shikonins and PAs, or nearly so, as the Chinese Lithospermum, it should probably be avoided.

There has been an alarming increase in venereal or sexually transmitted diseases ( V.D. or S.T.D.) due to promiscuity and free sex. These diseases are caused by bacteria and germs and canbecome very serious if not treated properly and early. The most common disease in this category are syphilis and gonorrhoea.