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2023 Author: Alfred Shackley | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 13:14
Medicine of the XXI century has made great strides forward. Today, medical technologies are simply amazing in their capabilities. However, many of those vision diseases that are now treated with the most modern methods were previously treated with the help of traditional medicine and, I must say, quite successfully.
Force of nature against vision problems
Of course, the herbs used in traditional medicine do not give such a quick effect as traditional medicine, but they do not give the number of side effects that almost every drug has, with the exception of those made with herbs. And this is quite understandable, because herbs are a natural medicine, while pharmaceutical medicines are usually purely synthesized chemistry.
Of course, there are many eye problems that cannot be dispensed with, such as antibiotics or surgery.
Nevertheless, in most cases, folk methods can also help. Despite the advanced medicine today, human eyes are still difficult to treat, given the complexity of the structure of the human visual system.
Therefore, it is often much easier to prevent the occurrence of vision problems than to spend a lot of effort, time and money on treatment, which in the end may not bring the desired result.
Of course, speaking of prevention, we are not talking about taking any pills or the like. This refers to the use of herbs to strengthen various body systems associated with the eyes, to maintain immunity. The human body works as a whole, therefore it cannot be said that it is necessary to use some herbal preparations specifically for the eyes, because the human visual system is in close relationship with other body systems no less than the digestive or any other.
Effects on the body
Since herbs are an “invention” of nature, there is no reason to doubt their naturalness. This means that, as a rule, there can be no side effects, with the exception of individual intolerance. An additional advantage is that taking herbal eye preparations strengthens not only the visual system, but also other body systems, as noted above.
Herbs have anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, hemostatic and many other effects. In addition, they strengthen the nervous system, put in order the metabolism at all levels and generally normalize the body's work.
An additional advantage of using herbs to improve and restore vision is their relative cheapness and the fact that they are not difficult to find, in contrast to expensive rare drugs. Of course, there are herbs that are difficult to get, but it doesn't make much sense to dwell on them, because it is not clear where to get them.
What eye diseases can be treated with herbs?
Of course, it is important to understand that not every eye disease is treated with herbs, however, as a rule, you can always use them in addition in combination with other treatment.
Diseases such as keratitis, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, blepharitis, myopia and hyperopia, eye fatigue syndrome (asthenopathy), age-related changes (deterioration) of vision, and many others can be treated with herbs.
What fees will help with vision problems: popular recipes
There are various forms in which herbs can be used to improve vision: infusions, decoctions, extracts, lotions, compresses, ointments.
The benefits of birch sap have long been known. But birch buds are no less useful. So, a tincture of birch buds will be an excellent vitamin supplement for the eyes with myopia. One teaspoon is enough in half a glass of water. Soak for an hour, strain, add cold water to a full glass, divide the prepared infusion three times and take it before meals during the day.
This setting (from berries) on vodka is good for improving and restoring vision, both with myopia and hyperopia. One glass of cranberries requires half a glass of vodka. Take 1 tsp. before meals during the day. Important! It is undesirable to use if you have stomach diseases.
Tincture of nettle leaves on water
It has anti-inflammatory properties. Helps to improve vision with inflammation of the cornea of the eyes, myopia, hyperopia and inflammation of the optic nerve.
Lingonberry leaf decoction
It is taken for myopia and hyperopia. Add 1 tablespoon to a glass of water. lingonberry leaves, boil for 5-7 minutes, let cool and take 1 tbsp on an empty stomach.
Rosehip berries are a good prophylactic remedy for improvement. They can be eaten fresh or prepared as an infusion or decoction. It can be used instead of tea. It is enough to add a tablespoon of chopped dried berries to two cups of boiling water.
It helps with a variety of eye diseases, while providing a tonic effect on the entire body as a whole. It is necessary to prepare a decoction from it: for 1 liter of boiling water, about 5 tablespoons. dry crushed leaves. You need to take three to four times a day.
Recipe number 1
You can prepare a herbal collection: birch buds, barberry leaves, oregano, nettle. All this in a ratio of 2: 2: 1: 2 is filled with water. The prepared infusion is taken on an empty stomach before meals, dividing it into three parts. It perfectly helps to fight eye fatigue, as well as age-related changes in vision.
Recipe number 2
With night blindness, the following collection of herbs helps. Brew currant leaves, rose hips, raspberry leaves, birch buds in boiling water in a ratio of 2: 1: 2: 2. Insist for a quarter of an hour and take orally every time before meals (but no more than three times a day).
It is important to remember that any freshly prepared infusions should be consumed immediately. Since over time, less and less nutrients remain in them. In addition, you should not use different herbal infusions, which include the same herbs, in order to prevent overdose.
Recipe number 3
There is an excellent Tibetan recipe for improving visual acuity. It is necessary to prepare a collection of immortelle, birch buds, chamomile in a ratio of 1: 1: 1. For one tablespoon, you need 2 cups of boiling water. Insist for a third of an hour and strain. dividing into two parts, add a spoonful of honey to one and drink immediately in the evening after dinner.
After that, you can no longer eat or drink. And in the morning do the same with the second part, and after 20 minutes you can have breakfast. The course is designed for 28 days, after which you need to take a break for 21 days. Repeat if necessary.
Using herbs to prevent eye diseases or for treatment regularly and following the necessary recommendations, you can achieve good results for a long time.
You can significantly improve your vision by applying an integrated approach to solving the problem, if, in addition to herbs, you lead a healthy lifestyle, perform special exercises for the eyes and observe a work and rest regimen.
Do not forget to consult your doctor, do not self-medicate!