-PART 2/3-

(read FREE Tips For Perfect Eyesight part 1 | part 3)

  1. dill teaThis advice will probably sound somewhat weird, but I assure you that is one of the best. If you have an infection, put your own saliva on your eyelids every morning. After 5 minutes, clean your eyes with a dill tea infusion. The dill tea is good for persons who have weak eyesight or eye pain. The tea is prepared as an infusion of one teaspoon of dry dill and one glass of boiled water. You have to let the infusion rest for 10 minutes then filter it. The best results are achieved when you also drink 3 cups of dill tea daily.

  2. seaberryConsume 20 drops of Sea-buckthorn (seaberry) oil, three times per day. For children over one year of age, use only five drops, three times per day.


  3. sunflower seedsEat daily, a maximum of 3 spoons of raw sprouted sunflower seeds.


  4. cabbageFor any eye illness, smashed cabbage compresses are very good.


  5. potatoesUse raw potatoes compresses for tired eyes and dark circles under them.


  6. juiceFor better vision (and not only for this) drink daily for 2 to 3 months, 2 to 4 glasses of juice prepared from:

    • Carrots – 9.5 oz. (270 g)
    • Cucumber – 9.0 oz. (250 g)
    • Cabbage – 3.5 oz. (100 g)
    • Beetroot – 3.5 oz. (100 g)
    • Honey – 1.75 oz. (50 g)
    • Parsnips – 0.1 oz. (3 g)
    • Garlic – 0.17 oz. (5 g)
    • Onion – 0.17 oz. (5 g)
  7. quincesA recipe collected from elders, which is good for both old and young people, states the following: 7 leaves of quinces are boiled in 1/2 gallon (2 liters) water, for 7 minutes. Remove the pot from the fire and cover it. Let it sit for another 7 minutes then filter the liquid. You must drink the tea half an hour before the main meals or 2 to 3 hours afterwards. Before going to bed, in the night, put some warm compresses on your eyes, from the remaining tea. Continue this treatment until you no longer require the use of reading glasses.

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  1. wow!!! Some of those are way out wacky & others seem quite easy & good to do. I just can’t picture myself putting my saliva on my eyelids at night :o. Maybe I should try it though!! Might surprise me how well it works 🙂

    • Thanks for the comment, Celeste 🙂 That thing really works 🙂 I remember, since I was a child, any injury I had on my body I treated it like this. It was instinctively and it worked each time without any other drug applied. You just gave me an idea to write an article about this.


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