Circadian Rhythms & Impeccable Eyesight
Luke (not his real name) told me on a Monday that he needed to pass an eye test without his eyeglasses by Friday.
He’d flunked that same test on previous attempts.
I told him to eat pistachios for breakfast, sunflower seeds for lunch, and carrots for supper, every day without fail.
Luke passed with flying colors.
To prevent glaucoma, eat pistachios at Large Intestine Time, sunflower seeds at Heart Time, and carrots at Kidney Time.
To prevent cataracts, eat pistachios at Spleen-Pancreas Time, sunflower seeds at Urinary Bladder Time, and carrots at Triple Heater Time.
To simultaneously prevent both, eat pistachios at Stomach Time, sunflower seeds at Small Intestine Time, and carrots at Heart Governor Time.
The third choice is slightly less effective for either glaucoma or cataracts, yet it’s more practical because it earmarks (eyemarks?) both problems with the least effect on other Body System Time Quadrants Organs.
The three Body System Time Quadrants are …
Lung Time, Spleen-Pancreas Time, Urinary Bladder Time, and Triple Heater Time
Large Intestine Time, Heart Time, Kidney Time, and Gall Bladder Time
Stomach Time, Small Intestine Time, Heart Governor Time, and Liver Time
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The Bladder Meridian begins at the inner eye, and is the cause of nearsightedness. Cataracts are a bladder problem. The Gall Bladder Meridian begins at the outer eye. Glaucoma is a gall bladder problem.”