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(01-08-2013, 02:07 AM)AbiDrew85 Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-08-2013, 01:18 AM)achievedream Wrote: [ -> ]Great news guys. Here is a research – solid research – take on honey’s ability to pass through the cornea into the eyes. The truth is, not all of the honey will pass. I believe the diluted honey’s hydrogen peroxide and flavonoids can pass! Here is my evidence that some compounds can indeed pass as far as the lense of the eye! So the Iris will surely be hit. This explains why so many people noticed lighter eyes, especially from pitch black to med/light brown. It is permeating!

“In the Journal of the American Apitherapy Society, Dr. Mamdouh AbulRhman, professor of paediatrics in the Faculty of Medicine at Ain Shams University
in Egypt described how he successfully treated cornea ulcer with honey in
just a few weeks after antibiotics, antiviral agents and corticosteroids
failed for 7 months.

"One researcher believes that flavonoids present in healing honey have the
necessary properties to access the eyes lens. Along with healing honey its
antioxidant and osmotic properties it will heal the eye thus improving your
sight and curing eye infections.

Dr Golichev recommended vitamin intake and diluted honey to treat cortical
and incipient senile cataracts after a study with 108 patients in Russia.
Visual acuity was maintained in 80% of 2492 patients presenting incipient
cataracts treated with honey!"

OMG OMG OMG! NOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

Now I wish I actually had the money for this! I have some seriously high IOP - pre-glaucoma. I mean. The doctors don't get why I don't already HAVE glaucoma. It's that bad.

Cataracts are just really REALLY REALLLLLLLLY bad glaucoma! Soooooooo.... WOW!

Lighten my eyes and fix my high IOP? Where do I sign up lol?

Actually this was another part of my hesitancy... Just in case it might have had the INVERSE effect... I wouldn't have wanted to do anything that could have had the potential to make my high IOP turn into glaucoma.

Hi,
I had to post this asap to you. Since you have a medical condition, please see your doctor and discuss with him this finding before you attempt anything. It is really important I remind you of this! The research I have collected is indeed from a proper source, but you are best advised to see a doctor first!
If your doctor gives you the all-clear and only if, the process is very cheap. It costs £10 for the honey and £1-2 for the dropper. That will last the for atleast a 6months-1 year.
!!!!ANYONE WHO IS DOING THIS PROCESS OR IS WORRIED ABOUT THIS PROCESS MUST READ THE BELOW. OBVIOUSLY ALSO CONSULT A DOCTOR. THE BELOW IS A LEGITIMATE EXPERIMENT, FULLY SOURCED!!!!:


Using 20% honey solution eye drops in patients with dry eye syndrome.
Vol. 46 (4) pp. 232-235

"The purpose of this work was to investigate the effect of 20% honey solution eye drops on human patients with dry eye syndrome. Thirty six patients (72 eyes) of mean age 44.7 years old were examined. Investigations were carried out before and after the treatment. Nineteen patients were treated with 20% honey solution eye drops three times a day, and 17 patients were treated with artificial tears three times a day as a control. After treatment with the honey eye drops, improvement of ocular changes was observed in most of the patients compared to the control treatment b. We also found a positive effect of the honey eye drops on the state of the cornea."

http://www.ibra.org.uk/articles/20080612_7
(31-07-2013, 09:16 PM)matthijskm Wrote: [ -> ]X

“Honey, which has antibacterial properties and acts as a humectant, will clear the eye of infection and provide soothing relief. Use raw, unpasteurized honey for additional antibiotic properties. Honey can be used in several ways for eye infection.”
http://www.ehow.com/way_5410564_honey-ey...ction.html


Headline news: Man cures painful eye infection with jar of honey
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/articl...honey.html


“In the first study of its kind University of Sydney researchers have found proof that some honeys can be more effective than antibiotics in treating surface wounds and infections.
Unlike antibiotics, which only work on some bacteria, the honeys worked on all of the infectious bugs tested, including one that was resistant to 13 different antibiotics. Critically, the bacteria did not adapt and develop resistance to the honey as they do with antibiotics.
The honeys tested by the researchers were variations of Manuka honey and jelly bush honey, from NZ and Australia respectively, both of which are currently available in medicinal versions, but are not widely used in hospitals.”
http://eyestrain.sabhlokcity.com/2011/10...infection/


Can eye color change by the amount of sunlight?

"I have noticed this peculiar effect all my life, but people I tell usually think I am bonko. My eyes change colour when exposed to strong sunlight for a day or two. They are normally hazel with a faint green background. After a few days in bright sunlight in Thailand last week-end, they were definitely green, and brighter than a couple days previously. The change is visible indoors or outdoors in all manners of light, and persists for days after my exposure."

"My eyes change color too, but not like cecils outlandish description.

The inside of my iris, the part surrounding the pupil, is green. The outer part is dark brown. When the light is bright and my pupils dialate down to tiny points, my eyes appear green. When the light is dark and the pupil expands, the dark brown is more prevalent, making my eyes appear dark, dark brown."

http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/show...php?t=6845

I also experienced something weird. When i came back to my holiday i forgot to put my formula in the refrigerator. I found it at my room. It was a really hot temperature there. When i opened the bottle I heard a weird sizz. The same as if you would open a new bottle of coke. It also smelled like alchohol?! I thought this was really weird and did some research on the web.

Can you turn honey into alchohol?

Yes, It's called mead.
It's made of honey and water. And put it ('somewhere'?) for six weeks.
Read this articles.
http://www.rabbitsfootmeadery.com/CAGM/g..._mead.html
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Mead

I think my formula was in the development for the mead. I left my formula alone for about 2/3 weeks. Although it says you have to add more then just water, including wine yeast and yeast nutrient, it's still possible to make a alcholic drank without these 2.

I never knew this lol. Really strange don't you think?

So what does this mean?
Keep your formula in a cold place and make a new formula about every 2 weeks.
Hiii everyone
I'm really excited about this
I purchased the honey and the distilled water to start today Tongue
Now plz tell me how to mix the perfect formula .. and is it necessary to add lemon and msm ?
(01-08-2013, 04:07 PM)sara_aaa19 Wrote: [ -> ]Hiii everyone
I'm really excited about this
I purchased the honey and the distilled water to start today Tongue
Now plz tell me how to mix the perfect formula .. and is it necessary to add lemon and msm ?

Hii,

I recommend you - if you have not already, to read the last five to ten pages of this thread. This is highly recommended as it contains a lot of important research and information.

1. Is your honey raw and unpasturised, and not out in the sun?
2. Your water is distilled - so good!


1. Do not boil the honey or water. Make sure you only heat it up gently, maybe to room temperature or as low as you can possible heat it, the lower the better.

2. I presented research a few pages back showing that the dilution process is absolutely key for this process to happen. The P.H of honey naturally means the enzyme glucose oxidase can not produce hydrogen peroxide in small quantities. It must be diluted.

+ The goldilocks ammount would be a 1:1.5 in my own personal view.

You also need to factor in the fact that your eyes will dilute the honey further.

So you're trying to get in enough honey, without making it too concentrated.

As you're starting off, for the first week atleast to 'ease' your way in, maybe a 1:2 honey water dilution ratio - that's what i'll start off with.

But ask the others!

I wish you the best of luck, read everything presented if you have not done already and patience! I hope it works for you.

Strength and honour.

EDIT: MSM drops make your eye's more permeable BUT i don't know if it will help, or be dangerous. I have heard people say it darkens your eyes, some others who claim it works. I personally will just , for the initial month or two, use the honey/water mix.

I am not sure about lemon.
(01-08-2013, 10:55 AM)matthijskm Wrote: [ -> ]Can eye color change by the amount of sunlight?

"I have noticed this peculiar effect all my life, but people I tell usually think I am bonko. My eyes change colour when exposed to strong sunlight for a day or two. They are normally hazel with a faint green background. After a few days in bright sunlight in Thailand last week-end, they were definitely green, and brighter than a couple days previously. The change is visible indoors or outdoors in all manners of light, and persists for days after my exposure."

"My eyes change color too, but not like cecils outlandish description.

The inside of my iris, the part surrounding the pupil, is green. The outer part is dark brown. When the light is bright and my pupils dialate down to tiny points, my eyes appear green. When the light is dark and the pupil expands, the dark brown is more prevalent, making my eyes appear dark, dark brown."

http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/show...php?t=6845

I also experienced something weird. When i came back to my holiday i forgot to put my formula in the refrigerator. I found it at my room. It was a really hot temperature there. When i opened the bottle I heard a weird sizz. The same as if you would open a new bottle of coke. It also smelled like alchohol?! I thought this was really weird and did some research on the web.

Can you turn honey into alchohol?

Yes, It's called mead.
It's made of honey and water. And put it ('somewhere'?) for six weeks.
Read this articles.
http://www.rabbitsfootmeadery.com/CAGM/g..._mead.html
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Mead

I think my formula was in the development for the mead. I left my formula alone for about 2/3 weeks. Although it says you have to add more then just water, including wine yeast and yeast nutrient, it's still possible to make a alcholic drank without these 2.

I never knew this lol. Really strange don't you think?

So what does this mean?
Keep your formula in a cold place and make a new formula about every 2 weeks.

Absolutely superb research. Everything we are collecting will absolutely optimize this process if it works.

It surely must work because i have collected over 20 statements and several pics of several people who have lightened the actual pigment of their Iris. It isn't just about lighting or 'fooling' yourself imo , it could be genetics or it could be that this works.

My eyes change colour drastically in the sun too. That's why i have been so exicited about those with pitch-black -almost eyes, which are dark everywhere, turning into medium brown in normal lighting.

I think once we eliminate human error it could possibly really work.
I wouldn't be surprised if the reason a lot of people don't know about the healing proprieties of honey and their shock when they hear about put it in the eyes is due to the miss-interest of companies which sell this eye antibiotics.
I mean, they want to sell their product so, why would they want you to use something cheaper, natural and easy to get instead of giving them your money?

I don't know if this is the case, but I learned this happens with other things.

Big companies sometimes want the government to manipulate the media and to change the laws according to their interest. They are not interested in education and people learning the truth, cause then they will know their product sucks.
Just to remind everyone, there is undisputable proof that some chemicals can change eye color - however, this means darkening the eyes by causing the release of more pigment. This works more for lighter-eyed people, depending on genetics.

So why can't the opposite happen? We have established pigments can be manipulated. Therefore it is a lie that eye colour can not be manipulated with the use of chemicals.

"Eye Drop Effect on Iris Pigment Cells

The prostaglandin analogue eye drops can cause the pigment cells in the iris to release more pigment. This increase in pigment causes darkening of the eye colour of a person with lighter coloured eyes, such as blue or green. These changes do not occur in all people who use the eye drops. However, when they do occur, the colour change is permanent."

http://www.ehow.co.uk/about_6613449_eye-...-eyes.html
(01-08-2013, 05:42 PM)DaisySlasher Wrote: [ -> ]I wouldn't be surprised if the reason a lot of people don't know about the healing proprieties of honey and their shock when they hear about put it in the eyes is due to the miss-interest of companies which sell this eye antibiotics.
I mean, they want to sell their product so, why would they want you to use something cheaper, natural and easy to get instead of giving them your money?

I don't know if this is the case, but I learned this happens with other things.

Big companies sometimes want the government to manipulate the media and to change the laws according to their interest. They are not interested in education and people learning the truth, cause then they will know their product sucks.

Precisely. It's a competitive world out there and if your interests are compromised, it's not unusual for big corporations that have big money in these markets to run smear campaigns.

The good news is, there has been a lot of research - some of which has been presented and sourced on this thread.

Infact, some big-named companies have actually COPIED honey's properties, but made it less sticky. I'll find the article when i can get it.

All someone has to do is look at both sides and make their own informed decision.