Just came across this old post. Supposedly, couple drops of honey dissolved in water and used as drops in the eye should take care of the cataract.I read some where that cataracts could be treated with stings. One of my bees stung me on the eyebrow and my eye with the cataract seems to have clearer vision. Anyone know where to sting for cataracts?
I had cataract surgery on both my eyes when I was in my forties - sight is much better now due to lens implants but I really miss how well I could see close up with my really nearsighted eyesI just got sting number 8 and a big floater seems to bee disolving!
ohhhhhhhhhhhhh did i touch your money belt soooooooooooooooooo sorryHoney may have anti microbial properties and possibly help with bacterial eye infections, BUT a cataract is a permanent change in the proteins of the lens inside the eye. When these proteins change the lens goes from clear to opaque. As a practicing eye doctor for over 20 years, I will tell you that the only remedy for cataracts is surgery. I have had patients try everything to "fix" their cataracts and none have ever improved. Many times they return telling me that their vision is better and bothers them less. The vision is always the same, or worse, but they feel better because they think they are doing something to help. The mind is a tremendous organ and the placebo effect is real. People think that things are better when they are the same or worse. Do not ever let a bee sting your eye, as that may allow bacteria into your eye that may cause a bacterial infection inside your eye. Endopthalmitis can cause severe vision loss and loss of the eye. Honey as an ocular anti-bacterial: maybe. I had a patient use breast milk for eye infections. Honey as a cure for cataracts: I don't think so.