Optic Neuritis is
used to refer any degeneration or inflammation in the optic
nerve. It is a cause of acute vision loss, and is associated
with multiple sclerosis. When only one nerve is involved it is
called mono-neuritis, and if many nerves are involved it is
Common Causes of Neuritis: Nerve damage, viral illness, and
blood supply disorders to the optic nerve, Meningitis, Multiple
sclerosis, Tuberculosis, Demyelination, Syphilis and Paranasal
Remedies for Neuritis
1 cup of Soya bean milk mixed with 1 tspn of honey taken every
night for 3-4 months.
Boil I tblspn of Barley with 2 glasses of water. Cool and
strain. Add 1 cup of buttermilk and some lime juice. Drink this
two times a day.