Keep your vision healthy
Seeing the world through a healthy set of eyes is one of nature’s true gifts that we should never take for granted.
‘Sight’ is one of those senses that we depend on for a great quality of life.
And it’s why so many folks turn to glasses and contact lenses the moment they notice signs of poor vision. Of course, they want a quick solution to make the world seem clear and bright again.
The problem is that a dependence on glasses or contacts will never give your eyes a chance to heal.
Even worse, if you’re using pharmaceutical, chemically laced solution or eye drops you’re simply compounding the problem.
That’s why I put together a little product called the Eye of Horus – a completely natural, saline solution in a glass eye dropper that is non-toxic and will even help heal eye conditions like “Conjunctivitis” and “Glaucoma”.
Glasses and contacts are like having a broken arm in a constant sling and never giving it a chance to regain strength.
To restore vision and the health of your eyes, you need to go through the discomfort of taking a break from the glasses and contacts whenever you can.
Yep, you might feel a little disorientated doing this, but so long as you’re not doing something dangerous (like driving a car or riding a bike where you need perfect vision), every time you do it you’ll be giving your eyes an opportunity to heal – particularly if you throw in a few little eye exercises as well.
Here’s some added little tips to help maintain and restore eye health:
- Eat two medium sized carrots each day just before the sun goes down;
- Drink a straight carrot juice in the morning, or every 3-4 months do a 10 day carrot juice and water fast;
- Try to get your hands on a herb called ‘Eye Bright’ and steep it into a tea and/or strain it and use it as an eye rinse before bed time;
- If you can find, ‘Carrot Seed Oil’, experiment with a drop in each eye before going to sleep;
- Besides Carrots, eat plenty of yellow and orange whole foods like yams and cantaloupes;
- Minimize the use of dark sunglasses to allow the nutrients of sunlight to enter your eyes.
Eliminating or at least minimizing meat will also help because your body will be able to devote energy to the healing process over digestion, and I recommend totally walking away from processed and refined sugar and flour altogether.
Get your hands on some Eye of Horus as an eye solution and kick up your intake of orange and yellow wholefoods and/or Tropical Pulse and by embracing some of these tips, you’ll be giving your eyes the best possible chance to heal.