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How do these two methods help clarify blurred vision caused by Lyme disease?

For people suffering from Lyme disease who want to see clearly.

Was it ever hard to see the road when it was raining?

You do not want to break something, so you're trying to see all kinds of things clearly. Turns the windshield wiper. If this does not work, you turn on the refrigerator to remove moisture from the inside of the windscreen. Or if you wear glasses, you will try to delete them.

How does it behave in the rain like a blurred vision of Lyme disease?

As a blurry windshield, Lyme infection blurs his vision. Various causes of Lyme may be blurred vision. Customers have reported that they have a blurred vision for Lyme infection. This condition was effectively cleansed with antibiotics in most cases.

Other clients report the occasional blurred vision that may be the consequence of toxins affecting the visual pathways of the brain. By using detoxification methods such as herbs, acupuncture, caps and nutrition changes, these agents see their vision improved through the detoxification of their brains. However, there are groups who are experiencing vision problems, despite the fact that they have many antibiotics or effective detoxification methods. These customers often suffer from the "liver" energy size as described in Chinese medicine.

The liver's various energies in Chinese medicine and how they affect vision. In Chinese medicine, the term "liver" is used to describe the actual organ in the body and the related "energies". The capitalized version of the "liver" refers to the Chinese definition in this article. The hepatic energies are determined using the "Liver-qi", "Liver-blood" and "Liver-yin" keywords. Liver-qi is responsible for the smooth flow of energy from the body and emotions. The "liver" describes that the liver is responsible for the smooth flow of blood and blood in the blood, especially the ability to feed the eyes. One of the qualities of "liver yin" can moisten the eye.

"Liver-qi communicates with the eye and if the liver works harmoniously, the eyes distinguish the five basic colors … When the liver is given blood, we can see both eyes, liver-qi and liver-blood shadow eyes

– How does Lyme disease affect liver enzymes that can cause visual disturbances?

Persistent blurred vision that leads to liver and liver yin depletion

– The Yellow Emperor's Internal Canine 2nd Century BCE1

Toxins produced by chronic Lyme infection suppress and block liver These toxins are of high quality and exhaust the liver-yin energy of wetting. Long-term antibiotics also prevent the liver from maintaining the smooth flow of the eyes. these conditions may lead to a lack of "liver" and "liver yin2", which may be obscure when the two energies of the liver reappear You see the improvement in visual purity. There are two ways to fill liver energies that help people with Lyme disease to improve their vision.

Effective recovery of liver-blood-liver-yin energies are two ways to effectively restore liver and liver-yin energies: [1] Acupuncture with moxabustion and
2) Chinese herbal medicine.

first Method: Acupuncture and Moxabusion

Acupuncture points on the lower surface of the lower legs and on both sides of the spine are at the center of the back, which are needed for liver and liver.

Moxabustion refers to the placement of a cone called moxa that illuminates the same acupuncture points and incense sticks. After the cone warms up, it must be removed before it becomes too hot. This process helps deeply nourish and refill these energies that are exhausted with chronic Lyme infection. Many patients report other symptoms such as rapid pain relieving acupuncture and moxabustion.

2nd Method: Chinese Herbs

There are many herbs that increase visual purity by filling the liver and / or liver-yin. Here are three different herbs that feed the liver and / or liver-yin. Choosing the best herbs depends on what other symptoms appear in the blurred vision.

Herb # 1: Shu Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae Preparata)

The properties of this herb: nourish liver blood, moisten the liver, arrest coughing and wheezing. This herb is used for a wide range of symptoms such as blurred vision, dizziness, palpitations, insomnia, tiredness, weakness, aching knees, tinnitus, night sweats, premature gray hair, and forgetfulness. This herb should be used with caution in patients with indigestion, cold stomach or sharp stinging pain in the abdomen3. There are no known drug interactions at the time of publication.

2nd herb: Shi Jue Ming (Concha Haliotidis)

This herb is used to purify vision by nourishing the liver and reducing heat in the liver. Hearing the liver, clearing the eyes, stomach warming, stopping the pain, and stopping bleeding. This herb is used to treat high blood pressure, dizziness, tinnitus, headache, migraine, bitter taste, irritability, insomnia, fever, palpitations, forgetfulness, pains, weaknesses, constipation and thermal expansion symptoms.

Other eye disorders such as red, swollen painful eyes, photosensitivity, glaucoma, cataracts, dry eyes and visual disturbances are also used. Shi Jue Ming is also used for stomach problems such as acid reflux, heartburn, bleeding ulcers and stomach pain. This herb has warned patients who have loose stools and poor appetite4. There are no known drug interactions at the time of publication.

Herbal # 3: Gou Qi Zi (Fructus Lycii)

This herb is a very nutritious and a herbal remedy for visual disorders caused by the lack of liver-yin. This is especially the case for weakened patients who are strengthened for a long time. It can be used for various symptoms: dizziness, blurred vision, infertility, pain and weakness on low back and knees, gray hair, night sweats, impotence, insomnia or bones.

Gou Qi Zi is used to treat lung problems such as dry cough, which is difficult to get rid of secretions, blood coughs and afternoon fevers. This herb warned of diarrhea. Pregnant patients also warn because the uterus may contract. There are no known drug interactions at the time of publication. The Lyme Chinese herbal remedy helps determine which herbs are the most optimal for treating visual problems and other symptoms. Patients gradually improve the treatment.

A patient reported a gradual increase in visual purity

A 40-year-old patient who reported the symptoms of Lyme Disease for twenty-two years was unable to drive or work due to blurred vision. More than thirteen years ago, she had been taking anti-malaria drugs from Platify, which could cause visual disruption as a side effect.

After four weeks of acupuncture and Shi Jue Ming (Concha Haliotidis) and Gou Qi Zi (Fructus Lycii), he was able to see other anti-Lyme herbs. She could return to work at work for seven weeks, requiring her to read the detailed medical chart of patients. The use of proper treatments and herbs can make a big difference in resolving persistent blurred vision.

The right combination of treatments helps clarify your vision

As the windscreen breaks out in a storm, the right combination of acupuncture, moxabusion and herbs helps to regain the visual brightness of a chronic Lyme infection. These herbs can also cover a wide range of Lyme disease symptoms, so you can work with Lyme Literate Chinese Herbalist to determine the right, safe, and effective herbal combination for your condition.

– Greg

1. Dharmananda, S. The liver: views from the past.

2. Flaws, B., and P. Sionneau. 2005. Handling Modern Western Medical Diseases with Chinese Medicine. 2nd edition. Boulder, Colorado, Blue Poppy Press. He. 351.

3. Chen, John K. and Tina T. Chen. 2004. Chinese herbal medicine and pharmacy. Industry City CA: Art of Medicine Press, Inc., p. 924-927

4. Chen, John K. and Tina T. Chen. 2004. Chinese herbal medicine and pharmacy. Industry City CA: Art of Medicine Press, Inc., p. 796-797

5. Chen, John K. and Tina T. Chen. 2004. Chinese herbal medicine and pharmacy. Industry City CA: Art of Medicine Press, Inc., p. 956-957.

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