Many people have been affected by eye health issues, such as dark circles under the eyes, puffiness, irritation, redness, and excess fluid secretion from the eyes. These are all clear signs of possible health issues. However, it is quite a complex system when it comes to the eyes and what they reveal.
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These natural remedies may help to improve your eye health in the meantime:
- Ume-sho kuzu drink is a natural remedy that helps with redness, irritation and watery eyes. It also restores energy levels in the kidneys, spleen and lymph system, which can be depleted if they are stressed or exhausted. Salt water footbath is an effective natural remedy for tired feet, but it also improves kidney function and all parts of the upper body (including the eyes).
- Many natural remedies and treatments exist for eye health. Finely grate 1/3 to 3/4 of a cup of carrot, add 2 teaspoons of toasted black sesame seeds, a pinch of sea salt, and an equal amount of water. Gently simmer for 3-4 minutes and eat it while it’s warm daily for 2 weeks. Then, twice a week for a month or so.
- One common remedy is the consumption of watercress to help with eye problems, such as redness or irritation. Watercress helps the body in many ways, including acting as a filter that cleanses the upper body from toxins; this includes helping to clear up face, eyes, gum, and chest problems. Watercress is a popular natural treatment for eye health (it is highly nourishing and refreshing). You can eat it steamed, lightly sautéed, or eat it raw in a salad! In general, the goal is to adopt a whole plant-based diet like macrobiotics that will change your lifestyle and improve your eye health!
- Another natural treatment involves eating plenty of vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes, and leafy greens, which contain high levels of vitamin A that will improve your vision while also reducing inflammation all over the body. Using sesame oil to sauté vegetables is another great way to support your eye health.
- Avoid too many cold liquids and sweets, like soft drinks or sugary coffee drinks. Do not eat too many foods like cakes, doughnuts, pastries, candy bars, or processed meats and fatty foods that would be found in fast food, if you want healthy eyes. Looking at computer screens, television monitors, or cell phones with high blue light levels are also harmful. Blue light blockers are becoming very accessible now and can significantly reduce unnecessary eye strain.
- According to Oriental diagnosis, if your eyes appear puffy and red, this signifies an excess fluid in tissues (excess fluids can be caused by a weakening of the kidneys). And, if there is a dark coloration, it is likely that the kidneys and adrenals are exhausted from eating too much salt, animal protein, or baked foods, a lack of sleep, or too much stress or sex. Still, good natural remedies are buckwheat, soba, beans and root vegetables to strengthen kidney function.
These natural remedies are easy ways to ensure proper care for one’s eye health, healthy appearance, and overall wellness. In Oriental diagnosis, the overall brightness of the eyes shows the health of the kidneys and a person’s life force. In my experience, the health of the eyes also relates to the liver, spleen and pancreas. So, it is important to consider these organs as well when approaching a plan for your eye health.