Eye Exercises & Ozonated Castor Oil for Pterygiums and Cataracts

Article Summaries & Self Help for Eyes

Dr. Norman Shealy M.D.,recommends the use of Castor Oil for treatment of cataracts.

In the book "The Edgar Cayce HANDBOOK for HEALTH Through Drugless Therapy" by Dr. Harold J Reilly and Ruth Hagy Brod, forward by Hugh Lynn Cayce.  Dr. Reilly worked closely with Edgar Cayce.  Edgar Cayce referred many patients to Dr. Reilly for treatment.

In this book, there are several cases where patients have eye conditions. The notable eye conditions which treatment using castor oil were for pterygiums and cataracts, both of which eye exercises are also recommended.

On page 239: "The late Dr. Mayo Hotten, of California, reported that he has used castor-oil packs over the eyes in two cases to reduce imflammation of pterygium (a growth of mucous membrane over the inner portion of the conjunctiva of the eye) - perhaps sufficiently to prevent surgery.

On page 107, next to the last paragraph, Ruth Hagy Brod, one of the co-authors of this book, worked with an eye specialist who had her practice the Edgar Cayce head and neck exercises for eyes (page 127) which partially disolved her cataract condition.

Here at Natural Alternative Path we as sharing our findings for natural alternatives to surgery. The difficulty with pterygium surgery, is that the pterygium can still grow back. In general, people seeking a Natural Alternative Path to health conditions are willing to take active participation in their healing.

In some cases, these eye conditions could be caused by blockages in the head and neck, as is the case for Liz. She does eye exercises and meditaion to help her eyes.

As well, use of castor oil packs on the eyes have been found to reduce inflammation.  Liz has both pterygium and pinguecula, and has been on many different over the counter and prescription eye drops including steriodal eye drops.  Some have helped, but due to allergies, the redness and dry eye conditions continue to be a challenge.  One of our customers called and told us about Norman Shealy M.D. recommending castor oil in the eyes for cataracts.  Liz attended an A.R.E. workshop given by Norman Shealy M.D.. She asked him in person about using Castor Oil for eyes. Indeed, Norman Shealy M.D. advised her that it works for Cataracts, but there is no evidence that it will help with pterygiums, as they are scar tissue. Liz tried our Ozonated Castor Oil, and found that it is better than any of the other commercial eye drops she has used.

As of 2015, Liz has found that Eye Exercises, particularly for keeping the neck and spine free of blockages, that could be caused by car accidents, along with using our

(for softening and reducing inflammation of the pterygium scar tissue, is working well to keep the situation from getting worse, and on some days, getting the inflammation down, helps the situation get better.

Note: After Surgery Ptyergiums can grow back, particularly if the neck or spine blockages continue to be part of the source of the problem. Also, wearing protective UV eye glasses help to reduce the possibility of scar tissue from returning. This is why Eye Excercises and wearing UV glasses are so important for Eye Health.

We will be making Castor Oil Packs for the Eyes. Please write to us if you are interested.

Eye Exercises for Pteryguims & Cataracts

Edgar Cayce Eye Exercises, specifcally for eyes are found in case(3549-1) and on page 113 of Dr. Reilly's handbook:

When we remove the pressures of the toxic forces we will improve the vision. Also the head and neck exercise will be most helpful.

Take this regularly, not taking it sometimes and leaving off sometimes,
 but each morning and each evening take this exercise
regularly for six months
and :we will see a great deal of difference:

Sitting erect,
  1. bend the head forward three times,
  2. to the back three times,
  3. to the right side three times,
  4. to the left side three times,
  5. and then circle the head each way three times.
Don't hurry through with it but take the time to do it. We will get results.

According to Dr. Reilly, most people find it relaxing to do these exercises before going to sleep. He goes on further to say that some people find it overstimulating, thus an altertative time to do these exercises is right before dinner.

Dr. Reilly points out that these exercises should not be done if the person has any kind of cardiovascular condition, except under expert supervision.

Organic Ozonated Castor Oil for Pterygiums & Cataracts

Coming Summer 2020

Castor Oil Packs for Eyes
  1. Leaving the plastic over on the wool compress, pour some Organic Ozonated Castor Oil, massaging it into the compress.
    • Add enough oil to saturate the compress, without it being overly saturated.
    • This oil will be drawn into the eyelids and surrounding skin when the water bottle is applied on top of it.
  2. Place the wool compress with plastic cover, with the open side down, on top of the eye area.
  3. Place the Cozy Stars warm water bottle on top of the plastic covered wool compress.
When the Organic Ozonated Castor Oil is applied in this fashion, the penetration of the treatment is very effective.
Castor Oil drops & Castor Oil packs
Edgar Cayce and Dr. Norman Shealy's use of Castor Oil for Eyes

How to apply Organic Ozonated Castor Oil to eyes

Ancient Egyptians recommended the use of Castor Oil for eye irritations. Edgar Cayce readings include the use of Castor Oil for Cataracts.  Dr. Norman Shealy also recommends this treatment. Since the eye membrane is delicate, use sparingly.

The best time to apply to eyes, is right before bed time.

  1. Obtain a sterile eye dropper
  2. Place the tip of the eye dropper into the bottle of Organic Ozonated Castor Oil and draw out a small amount
  3. Note: with the Organic Ozonated Castor Oil, use only a small drop.
  4. Lay the head back, preferably on a bed pillow while laying down.
  5. Administer a small drop at the inside corner of each eye
  6. Note: You will feel a slight stinging or burning sensation, as the active ingredients touch the eye membrane.
    • The stinging should last less than a minute.
    • If it persists longer, you may have added too much, or you have a more serious eye infection
    • If it persists, wipe out the excess and go to see a doctor, as you may have an eye infection that requires a prescription medication
For more difficult cases, where the eye membrane has become thicker such as
  • Cataracts
  • Pinguecula
  • Pterygium
Organic Ozonated Castor Oil can be used.

Liz has been using this in her eyes, and says that her eyes stay moist all day, compared to the over the counter and prescription eye drops that she has tried.

We have offer bottles with pump tops as they are easy to use for getting our Organic Ozonated Castor Oil into an eye dropper bottle.

A number of our customers have requested our wonderful dropper bottle pair in Simply Pure Cold Pressed Refined Organic Castor Oil in glass bottles.  We have finally come up with this beautiful pair: ->

The pump top makes it easy to pour into the empty dropper bottle.

We have also found this glass bottle with a pump has a small dispenser spout, which makes it easy to pour into the empty dropper bottle.

February 2nd, 2012: John says that for the eyes, Merino wool No Mess castor oil packs would be the best. Due to customer request, we are offering these new American Merino Wool No Mess castor Oil packs in 3" by 4" ( 7.6cm by 10.2 cm) size with our 1 oz Empty Amber Glass dropper bottle, and your choice of Ozonated Castor Oil bottles.

We have has a few requests by customers looking to purchase dropper bottles from us.
On May 18th, 2011 we started offering 1 oz amber glass empty dropper  bottle similar to the one offered by Bach Flower Remedies.

Liz and John get some of our best suggestions from our customers!  We love you : )