Herbs to Improve Your Eyesight

Natural support for your eyesight can be found in some specific herbs. There are also herbs that are known for improving vision. By using a combination of herbs for improving vision and herbs for supporting vision, you can greatly boost your overall eye health and promote clear vision – without needing contacts, glasses, or corrective surgery! Isn’t it nice to do things the natural way?

Herbs That Support Eye Health

One great natural remedy for eye strain is Bentonite clay poultices. You can use this for eye infections, too. Bentoniteclay helps to remove toxins from the eye, so consider using this if you have poor vision. Fennel is another good option for those with eye problems or just poor vision.

You can make this into a tea or use it as an eye wash. In the same vein, passionflower extract is a great herb for eye strain. This herb in particular helps to prevent irritation and also works as a nerve relaxer. Using herbs that help alleviate eye strain will improve your overall vision because tired, strained eyes don’t perform at their best!

The herb Jaborandi can be useful to those who suffer from glaucoma. There are also several herbal remedies for cataracts, including a mixture of aniseed, coriander powder, and brown sugar. To support eye health in general, consider this recipe: grind a few raw almonds into a cup of water. Add half a gram of black pepper. Use raw honey to make the drink sweet. Take this once a day.

Herbs to Improve Your EyesightBilberry is another herb that is great for improving eyesight. This herb can enhance your normal vision as well as your night vision, so if you struggle with seeing the dark, this herb is for you!

Another way to improve your eyesight is to make sure you have a healthy immune system. The herb Asphalatus is great for this because it has a high anti-oxidant content. Grapeseed extract is another immune-boosting herbal solution that can improve your vision because it improves circulation. Improved circulation means less chance of cataracts! Grapeseed extract also helps to make your retina stronger.

Finally, gingko biloba is an older remedy that is used to improve circulation, especially around the back of the eye. This herb also ensures an adequate blood supply is flowing into the eye. It can also be used in treatments for glaucoma and macular degeneration, helping to improve both of these conditions.

Herbs can be a great solution to eye problems, but remember to be careful when taking your own herbs! Test unfamiliar herbs first to see if you are allergic to them, and only use herbal recipes from reputable sources! Herbs are nature’s healers, but they won’t do you any good if you misuse them!

Additional Resources

We recommend 17 Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbal Supplements that you should take to promote and preserve healthy eyes. Using the herbal remedies mentioned above in conjunction with our eye exercises and vitamin suggestions can really make a huge different in your eyesight!

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About the Author

Tyler Sorensen is the President and CEO of Rebuild Your Vision. Formerly, Tyler studied Aeronautics with the dreams of becoming an airline pilot, however, after 9/11 his career path changed. After graduating top of his class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Informational Technologies and Administrative Management, he and his brother decided to start Rebuild Your Vision in 2002. With the guidance of many eye care professionals, including Behavioral Optometrists, Optometrists (O.D.), and Ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.), Tyler has spent over a decade studying the inner workings of the eye and conducting research.

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3 responses to “Herbs to Improve Your Eyesight”

  1. Emma says:

    Thank you for sharing. I really watch what kind of food I put in my body and here you give me other great ideas to continue eating healthy and benefit my eyes at the same time.

  2. Heather says:

    Thank you so much!  I am going to have to try some of these ad every year my vision gets worse and worse and I am only in my early 30’s!

  3. Sky Mitchell says:

    My. Idiom is starting blur somewhat it’s like a thin film has started to cover my vision. I am searching for herbs that will help clear up my vision.

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