I am going blind from glaucoma, can Jamaican bushes help?

My Ophthalmologist told me I am developing glaucoma. I heard that Jamaicans use the ganja plant juice as eye drops to prevent this from making them blind. Can you tell me more?


Make sure the Jamaican coconut is young and that the Jamaican ganja plant is green when you use them for your eyes!


QUESTION: Dear Jamaica Herbalist,
My Ophthalmologist told me I am developing glaucoma. I heard that Jamaicans use the ganja plant juice as eye drops to prevent this from making them blind. Can you tell me more?
Harold Martin

RESPONSE: Dear Harold Martin,
In Jamaica, there are persons who have had success in ridding themselves from eye conditions such as yours with the juice of the ganja plant. However a mixture of the young coconut water and the ganja leaves both from Jamaica is best used, and, gives better success.
EYE DROPS:
There are prescribed eye drops made from the juicing of the ganja plant/leaves and/or hemp.
If you want something naturally prepared, it’s best to get further assistance from a Jamaican Herbalist on the preparation of the drops. You can get this assistance from a member of our team for a nominal fee.
Jamaica Herbalist

EDITOR’S NOTE:
Read more on glaucoma at THIS LINK!

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2 thoughts on “I am going blind from glaucoma, can Jamaican bushes help?

  1. I have glaucoma and I remember hearing about ganja for treating it from my Jamaican relatives. I need a source for the green ganja leaves and the young coconut. I also need some advice on how to prepare the eye drops….can you advise?

    Jack Mc Thanks for your help….

  2. Many persons do attest to the use of Glaucoma, but it is wise to consult with your eye doctor first at the very least to ascertain the stage of the disease and any possible complications. That aside the strength of the eye drops also varies so more information after a proper consultation and assessment will be needed to influence anyone to assist you. Hope this helps!

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