One of Diabetes Relief’s original patients has had an amazing result involving his eyes, and he wants to share it with our readers.
About 20 years ago, he was injured in an accident playing basketball, where a fellow player’s finger was poked in his eye. To treat it, they put a “buckle” on his eye to hold the retina in place while healing occurred. At the time, he was already a diabetic on insulin.
We are getting smarter about all the chemicals we have been putting in our bodies. That’s a good thing. If you would like to “get off of” Ibuprofen for pain, Dr. Sayer Ji at www.GreenMedInfo.com writes about these alternatives, backed by clinical studies:
Arnica is an herb, and its flowers are used as a medicine. It is available in the health food sections of many stores. A 2007 study found that arnica, applied topically, was as effective as ibuprofen for relieving symptoms associated with osteoarthritis of the wrist, with fewer side effects.
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