The homeopathic treatment for retinal bleeding takes into consideration the whole of you, not just your eyes. After all, your eyes are connected to the rest of you, so they shouldn’t be considered separately.

Good health is all about your immune system. If yours is in tip top order, you won’t get any health problem. Most people have very compromised immunities for a variety of reasons.

A typical western diet does nothing for natural good health. Neither do drugs (social or medical) or vaccines. Neither does not dealing with stress. Many cultures (especially the western model) spend a lot of time suppressing your emotional, physical and spiritual expressions. You are meant to conform to what is considered ‘normal’.

What this means is that you become unhappy and unhealthy because you can’t be the real you. This is detrimental to an efficient immune system.

When you get homeopathic help, either from a professional or from a good bit of home prescribing on your part, this starts to release this suppression. Which raises your immunity. Not only do your physical health problems start to diminish, but you become happier, have more energy, are less easily upset by others.

So lets have a look at the homeopathic treatment for retinal bleeding, from the point of view of the whole person. Or animal.

You need to select a medicine which has a range of symptoms (not all) which cover your symptoms.

The homeopathic medicine Phosphorus has a great reputation for helping in any situation where bleeding occurs, which is difficult to stop. The blood is typically bright red and has no clots. And that’s the problem. Those who benefit from Phosphorus can’t clot their blood. Phosphorus rectifies that in those whose symptoms agree.

Some other areas of blood which won’t clot are wounds, nose bleeds, menstruation, glaucoma. But it can be any area of the body with these symptoms.

Those who need Phosphorus tend to have an enormous thirst especially for icy cold drinks. They find that their respiratory system is one of their weak areas, getting olds and flus on a regular basis. Which invariably go to the chest.

Anyone with serious lung problems, also tend to have weak livers, so hepatitis and jaundice are common, or have been common in the past.

Source by Madeleine Innocent