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need advice I have a blind baby

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I'm 19 and have 2 kids. Yes I no that is young. I love my kids more than anything and take good care of them. My 1 year old daughter is blind. I don't know what to do or how to Handel it. I've become very depressed. Please help with giving me advice.
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by on Apr. 23, 2013 at 12:39 AM
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by Silver Member on Apr. 23, 2013 at 8:17 AM

This is an excerpt from Dr. Christopher's Herbal Legacy. He was a gifted herbalist and healer.

12. Baby Born Blind Sees: A young couple came up to the podium after one of my lectures to find if it had been a "slip of the tongue" or did I actually mean a statement I had made, namely, "There are no incurable diseases, only incurable patients." My answer was "Yes, this is correct." A diseased or malfunctioning condition of the body can usually be made whole again, if the program is followed faithfully.

The question was then asked me, "We know of cases wherein eyesight has been restored (one individual we know had their sight restored) but how about our little child?" This small toddler was born blind. Medical science tells us that the child was born without any optic nerves. The baby, according to them, will remain blind all of its life, as there is no way man knows of giving sight to one who was born without the optic nerve. It would be like telling a person to listen to beautiful music, yet born without hearing organs, or for one to run when born without legs.

With pleading in their voices, they asked if I believed the child could see. I told the parents that up until this time, I had never seen an infant born blind receive vision, but have had reports on several others who had been born blind, and receive their sight later on in life, such as in their twenties.

The advice given to this couple was as follows: I can guarantee nothing, as it is a new problem to me, but if you will apply our "eyebright formula" [Herbal Eyebright] as external application, give the child some of this formula to drink, as well, and then several times a day, give orally (by mouth) and also put into the ears the formula we call our Ear & Nerve Formula. This procedure they were told, can do no harm in any way, but are made from good herbal foods for the areas mentioned and therefore, can do nothing but good. (Remember, the baby they told me about was an infant at the crawling stage, and had been pronounced by eye doctors "legally blind").

Just about six months later, in another state, just before going out to the podium, as assistant who was traveling with me came back stage where I was sitting and told me a lady asked to say a few words to me before the lecture started. They had explained to her that I had a question and answer period toward the end of the evening and she could ask any question of me at that time. But she insisted she must talk to me first, and she knew I would appreciate hearing what she had to say. And was I ever pleased to find out who she was. She had tears of joy in her eyes when she told me about the little "now toddling" child she and her husband had brought to me earlier. He was now able to follow a rolling ball across the floor and pick it up. He could now even see and pick up small colored bits of paper that had been scattered around the room!
We have here the case of a child born blind who would be able to see the wonders of sight that most of us just take for granted. [NL 2-8]

I would recommend that you dilute the eyebright formula, a few drops in distilled water in a small 1oz empty dropper bottle and then put those drops in the baby's eyes.  You can put the extract in a strong juice like cranberry to make it more palatable.

by on Apr. 23, 2013 at 8:31 AM

 First there is nothing to be depressed about. You have a healthy baby. For now, just love her, hold her comfort her. Sing to her, talk to her. Tell her you love her. Let her touch your face. Hold her often. You are blessed, Momma.

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