Dr. Kondrot’s book is well written and easily understood, like all the best home rememdies, full of distinctly practical ideas about healing the eye, which, as it turns out, can be the root of a myriad problems in other organs, and through which these are easily setected and prevented or allayed. In this sense, 10 Essentials to Save your Sight, available now for order from the publisher or your favorite local new bookseller, is about prevention rather than treatment and maintenance of a healthy balance between all the body’s organs.
It’s a shame the techniques in this book are not presented to patients with eye and vision problems by most conventional practitioners. Everyone seeking to assure ophthalmic health and holistic balance is advised to read Dr Kondrot's book. It reminded this reporter of William S. Burroughs’ essay on the “Discipline of Do Easy” in which he translated the Buddhist concept of mindfulness or Vipassana into non-spiritual Western terms: discovering that the easiest way to do anything is invariably also the quicklest and most efficient, providing Western cultural hooks for the practical seeker of balance.
Such conditions of optical disease as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and other eye conditions are covered here, but the eye is presented as a window to the entire body in Kondrot’s model. The author utilizes conventional and integrative medical therapies including homeopathy, microcurrent, ozone in making his oints. To its credit, the Kondrot 3 day Restore Vision Program has been proven successful at improving serious visual loss. This reporter highly recommends Kondrot’s book as perhaps the essential guide to save your sight, which you may not even have known was in danger. By relying on practical remedies, Kondrot’s book that expands both the range of treatment and the quality of care offered for eye diseases. For readres and seekers brave enough to accept evidence-based alternative medicine as readily as traditional medical treatments, this book has a lot to offer.