Hemp-EaZe™ Treats Pinguecula


pinguecula eye 1Many years ago, when my children were young, we would go on many camping trips. On one trip though, I accidentally squirted myself directly in the eye with mosquito repellent. I immediately flushed out my eye with water, several times, but it stayed irritated and red.

When we returned home I treated it with eye drops and returned back to work and the usual routines, keeping watch on my eye and continuing the drops. I felt more sensitivity to light in that one eye and always felt like I had grit in my eye. After a while, the redness pulled away from most on the eye and grouped to the corner, and stayed like that. Within a year it began to fade into a yellowish line towards the retina. Concerned about this change I went to the eye Doctor, who took tests and told me it was Pingueculae, and watch it if it gets to be a problem he’d have to operate. Still convinced that this is not pingueculae, but a chemical burn, I looked it up and saw the similarities;

{A pinguecula (pin-GWEK-yoo-lah) is a yellowish, slightly raised thickening of the conjunctiva on the white part of the eye (sclera), close to the edge of the cornea. Pingueculae are non-cancerous bumps on the eyeball and typically occur on top of the middle part of the sclera — the part that’s between your eyelids and therefore is exposed to the sun. Usually, pingueculae affect the surface of the sclera that’s closer to the nose, but they can occur on the outer sclera (closer to the ear) as well. Pingueculae are more common in middle-aged or older people who spend a lot of time in the sun. But they also can occur in younger people and even children — especially those who are often outdoors without sunglasses or hats to protect their eyes from the sun’s UV rays.}

So perhaps the chemical burn developed into Pingueculae. Meanwhile, I was just supposed to keep it moist with eye drops. This was a constant irritation, always feeling that there was something in my eye. And I could feel the bump through my eyelid, but I kept it up. Then the issue was the eye drops, many of the kinds of eye drops seem to dry the eye, or burn the eye, so I had to stay away from big brands and find simple salines and not all stores carried them.

Among all this time and suffering, I had developed our Hemp-EaZe formula, healed my broken bones, and our family’s’ rashes, cuts, puncture wounds, insect bites, and bruises. Our Pets scrapes, infections, and bad burns. Yet it took me about 10 years before it dawned on me to try our Therapy Cream on my eye! But finally, I woke up one day and convinced myself. After all, I knew it was safe, I’ve used it on all the other sensitive places, it’s gentle, antiseptic, healing and takes away the pain, so the experiment ensued.

At bedtime, I place a little dab at the corner of my eye, then closed the lid and circulated the eye to roll the cream around. At first, I had to resist the uncomfortable feeling you get when something is in the eye and kept rolling. Then it felt comfortable and I went to sleep. This would be my nightly ritual, Each night the cream became more relaxing in my eye. In the morning, the eyelid was crusty, like expelling debris or toxins, I’d wash it off and be done. I also noticed that I didn’t have that terrible dry-eye feeling that I’d been suffering from all these years!

In the 3rd week, I saw that the big long bump had shrunk into a raised ball near my retina and began bothering me again, so I began using the cream during the day too, applying it directly onto the bump. Each morning the bump was crusty. It was just so weird. Then comes the weekend and I’m working on the computer, pretty much like I’m doing right now, and I feel something loose in the eye. I pulled it out, some funny scab looking thing, and looked in the mirror, and the entire eye was clear and white! All I could say was WOW! All these years and I’m finally free of that thing! I confess I felt a bit foolish not trying my cream sooner, But thankful that I tried it soon enough and avoided the surgical knife.

 

 

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Subject: Hemp Eaze for pinguecula
From: Colleen McKenzie
Date: Wed, October 11, 2017, 1:09 pm
To: darcy@hemp-eaze.com
Hi Darcy,

I am 23 years old and was recently diagnosed with pinguecula in both eyes. Since then I have been experiencing horrible soreness, dry eye, and inflammation. Really awful especially when the doctors tell me there is no cure! In a desperate attempt to find some relief, I came across your blog about how you treated your eye burn/ pinguecula with your Hemp Eaze therapy cream. Amazing! Today I received the cream and immediately felt relief to the dry eye symptoms upon application.I, first of all, wanted to thank you for creating and sharing such an amazing product. I also wanted to follow up with you and see if you have heard of any other success stories with the Hemp Eaze treating the yellowing of the Pinguecula. Has anyone else reached out to you about this?I am already so happy that my eye feels much less dry and am hopeful that it will help alleviate the spots all together with time. Also, if you have any other recommendations for how best to use Hemp-Eaze for pinguecula / on the eye that would be amazing.Thanks again for your great product I am definitely going to spread the word to all my family and help alleviate their aches and pains as well!!

All the best,
Colleen McKenzie


Hello Colleen, Oh gosh it’s so miserable, isn’t it? wonderful I am so glad it’s helping you! Yes since I wrote my blog several folks have shared their misery with me and finding relief with our therapy cream. I was having issues with using it during the daytime, so I started using our oil, I called it massage oil but have found it helps so many things, I should have called it all-purpose oil LOL.
Anyway, I just kept using both then the scabbing fell away. I continued a bit longer to heal and prevent anything growing again, then I realized the yellowing was shrinking to a tiny spot and then disappeared! all in all, it took about 2 months. I am so thrilled to hear your progress! Thank you for keeping in touch.