A person cannot be called completely healthy until all his organs work without problems. Therefore, you should take care of even the smallest details of your body, especially your eyes. Vision is the most important of the senses given to man. And you need to take care to keep it in better shape. How to improve vision?
If you are thinking about how to improve vision, then first of all you need to pay attention to the products that are good for the eyes. Research and generations have shown that the eyes need vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, and vitamin D, which we should include in our daily diet.
Sources of vitamin C: wild rose, black currant, red pepper, Brussels sprouts, lychee, papaya, mango, sauerkraut, and any citrus.
Sources of vitamin D: sunlight, pine nuts, oily fish.
Most of the listed products for eyes can be consumed raw without heat treatment and, moreover, it is highly recommended, as heat treatment significantly reduces the number of vitamins.
Carrot juice is extremely useful, especially if you add a tablespoon of parsley juice. Just do not overdo it with parsley juice, one tablespoon is the limit. But add parsley in a salad can be in any quantities.
Beetroot juice is very good nutrition for the eyes (and the whole body). You can also mix it with parsley and carrot juice in the following proportions: half a cup of carrot and beet juice with 1 tablespoon of parsley juice.
Berries for sight
In addition to vegetables, fruits, and other products, there are various plants that help improve vision. They have been used by our ancestors for many centuries. There are several types of berries that are extremely useful for restoring blood circulation in the eyes.
The first one is the berries of Chinese Schizandra, which grow in East Asia and Mongolia. Lemongrass was mentioned in China’s early medical texts as one of the “highest herbs”. Lemongrass promotes mental functions, improves memory and perseverance. It can also enhance mood and is ideal for those who are experiencing a breakdown and nervous exhaustion from stress. Lemongrass strengthens blood vessels. In Russia, lemongrass is a registered medicine for vision problems. You can just chew a pinch of dried berries (just do not eat the seeds, they are not tasty) or add 12-15 berries to the mug when you drink tea.
Blueberry for sight
Another useful berry used in herbal medicine is blueberries. The recommended daily dose of this product is either a quarter cup of freshly squeezed blueberry juice or 1 teaspoon of chopped berries, mixed with a glass of water. This berry is known for improving night vision. Dried blueberry leaves make tea exceptionally tasty. This tea is also very useful for the eyes.
People who suffer from myopia should eat hawthorn with honey. Fresh or dried leaves can be added to tea.