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I can see again


First time in 13 years, I worked all day yesterday without my reading glasses. Same today.

It was the "potassium flush" I did, that did it. I always knew, had faith, that my losing vision at age 40 wasn't due to how the Engineer in the Sky put me together, it was lack of something. I tried everything I could think of, iodine, tons of ascorbic acid, lithium, strongium, zinc, copper, lutein, spinach, vinpocetine, other minerals, etc. Iodine did help, for sure, but potassium did it for me.

Wow, what a gift, to be able to see again, wow

Here's my theory..... potassium is the main electrolye inside the cells. When the body is deficient, the body will not shut down the heart first, but rather other organs get depleted. In the case of my eyes, I surmise that putting potassium back in the cells enabled the cells to retain in their interior the correct amount of water, or at least more water. this added water enabled my lenses to change their shape back more to normal. The focus mechanism isn't quite back to perfect yet, I can't focus perfectly looking far left or right, but it has been a dramatic improvement. to hell with glasses, what a pain in the butt, always looking for them, they fall off when I fix my car etc. I'm free
 

 
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