I had been treated for an eye condition described as macular retinal edema for close to three years. My eye condition was worsening and to try mitigating that, my ophthalmologist recommended injecting a different, more expensive, drug into my eye. This was an impetus for me to research alternate methods of treatment and I sent an email describing my situation to Ingrid Naiman a natural health practitioner whom I deeply admire. A few days later, I received an email from Dr. Indunil.
Dr. Indunil, after reviewing my medical records, recommended an eyewash to use along with the method to prepare it. She also recommended some Ayurvedic herbs to take internally. After one week of following her protocol, my eye had improved dramatically and the improvement was easily seen by my ophthalmologist on the scan of my eye that showed the retina and the fluid and tissue below it.
At this time, while my eye continues to improve, I am still seeing the ophthalmologist and expect that with the continued course of improvement brought about by the Ayurvedic treatment path Dr. Indunil prescribed, that the injections will have a greater time between them and eventually cease.
I am very grateful to Dr. Indunil for her guidance which allowed me to avert an escalation of an allopathic treatment plan and also grateful that she showed me the possibility of being able to manage the condition of my eye through Ayurvedic methods. Kurt