Poor Eyesight supplement herbs natural vitamins, improvement natural supplement – suggestions to making poor into good
Improve eyesight problems with natural herbs and vitamins, products and home remedy
January 12 2017

Eyesight improvement natural supplement
Can poor eyesight be improved with herbs, vitamins, and supplements? In some cases, yes. As we age, we start having poor eyesight. This is due in part to degeneration of nerve cells in the eyes. The proper use of many of nutrients can help restore poor eyesight, at least partially. In addition to aging, the cause of poor eyesight could be due to a number of medical conditions such as diabetes, poor diet, excessive sun exposure, abuse of drugs, smoking, and poor sleep patterns over a lifetime.

Eyesight Rx for improving poor eyesight and helping with day and night vision along with distant and close vision
Formulated to provide a noticeable eyesight improvement within hours or days of use.

Reports from users indicate enhanced clarity of vision, colors being brighter, better focus, and overall improvement in close and distance vision. We’ve had reports of some people noticing this effect within hours. Still others will realize better eyesight the next morning when they take their second dose.

Eyesight supplements that sharpen vision herbs for eyesight and vision


Eyesight Rx Supplement Facts:
Citrus bioflavonoids (eriocitrin, flavonoids, and quercetin)
Mixed carotenoids (astaxanthin, cryptoxanthin, Lutein, Lycopene,  Zeaxanthin)
Eyebright extract (Euphrasia officianales)
Ginkgo biloba plant extract
Mucuna pruriens extract (Cowhage)
Lycium berry extract (Lycium Barbarum) also known as Goji Berry
Alpha Lipoic Acid is a powerful antioxidant that enhances glucose use in brain and eye cells.

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Food for poor eyesight
To improve poor eyesight, eat types of food that help the retina and lens. The lens, retina, macula, and other parts of the eye involved in good eyesight can be protected with the proper intake of antioxidants. Almost all the antioxidants likely have a positive influence on eye health. Of particular importance are vitamins C, E, selenium, and the carotenoids found in fruits and vegetables. Two particular carotenoids, called lutein and zeazanthin, play an important role in protecting eye tissue in the macula from damage by free radicals. Corn, eggs, green leafy vegetables, peppers, red grapes and pumpkins are some of the eyesight foods rich in lutein and zeazanthin. You can also find carotenoids and flavonoids in many herbs, including milk thistle and bilberry. If you have poor eyesight, partial loss of eyesight, or want to maintain good eyesight, include a variety of whole foods in your diet and take antioxidants. At this point, we don’t know exactly what amounts and combinations of antioxidants will ensure optimal protection. Another good food for eyesight is fish, and also krill oil and fish eggs, called fish roe.

Nutrients and vitamins for good eyesight
Good eyesight requires more than just eating carrots. Most everything that you do to improve your overall health will, in the long run, influence the health of your eyes. The following is a list of supplements that improve eyesight. You are likely to notice the effects the very day you take them, and sometimes even within an hour or two. Generally, the higher the dose, the more obvious the visual improvement; but the risk for side effects would also increase as the dosage is increased. The combination of two or more nutrients sometimes has a synergistic effect.

Carnosine is a potent antioxidant that could be of benefit in reducing the risk for cataracts.

Fish Oils
Just like the rest of the cells in the brain, the cells of the retina — the rods and the cones — contain long-chained fatty acids. The most prominent of these fatty acids in the eye is an omega-3 fatty acid called DHA. Omega-3 oils, generally found in fish and flaxseed, enhance visual perception. There is improved color perception and depth of vision, enhanced night and distance vision, and overall enhancement in visual awareness after several days of taking flaxseed oil or fish oil capsules. In order to notice quicker results, i.e, within two or three days, the dosages need to be significant. For instance, most people need to take several grams of a combination EPA and DHA fish oil supplement or a tablespoon or two of flaxseed oil. Once you notice an improvement, you can reduce your dosage of fish oils to one or two grams a day, or a teaspoon of flaxseed oil.

The use of supplements to improve eyesight and hearing is a relatively new concept in medicine. We are living in exciting times; it has only been in the last few years that we have had so many nutritional options available to us. It’s comforting to know that we don’t have to succumb to the ravages of time. We can see more sharply and hear more clearly by intelligently using nutrients and herbs. However, not everyone notices visual effects from taking nutrients. The young who already have excellent vision may not notice the subtle improvements that occur. The elderly, particularly those who have advanced cataracts or damaged retinas may also not respond. People also differ depending upon how in tune they are with their senses. Some individuals can perceive very subtle changes, while others require massive dosages before they realize something different is happening.

Breastfeeding Brings Better Eyesight
Infants who are breastfed have better eyesight and have a lower risk for myopia (nearsightedness)? Mother’s milk, unlike regular milk or soy formula, has an important fatty acid called DHA, which is also found in fish oils. The retina of the eye is chock full of DHA, and hence fish oils, which contain both EPA and DHA, are helpful in visual health. Fish oil capsules taken a few days in a row provide adults with better clarity of vision and colors.

Poor Eyesight natural treatment questions
Q. Is perfect eyesight possible in a person past the age of 80?
A. Perfect eyesight would be very difficult in the aged since over time damage can occur to the lens, retina, and other tissues of the eye.

I have been doing eye exercise and it seems to make some progress in improving my eyesight, though it will take quite a while to reach my targets. However, I have been looking for supplements which would provide my eyesight with the necessary nutrients in order to help with my progress. I have only found about your product Eyesight-Rx via google and it seems to be interesting. Could I ask you if Eyesight Rx the right choice for improving eyesight along with eye exercise?
Most people notice better eyesight with this product, sometimes within hours, other times within days.

I have a patient taking Eyesight Rx. Could you please tell me the amount of mucuna pruriens in this supplement? I am a nurse practitioner working in a large neuroscience practice.
The amount of mucuna pruriens is very small. However, both products are potent and we don’t suggest using them the same day except if the mucuna pruriens is less than 200 mg and the Eyesight Rx is no more than half a tablet.

Beta carotene and eyesight
Eyesight vitamin’ fails to prevent vision loss
Beta carotene pills powerless against top cause of blindness, study finds
Carrots, rich in beta carotene, long have been thought to sharpen eyesight, but a new study suggests that beta carotene pills are powerless against a common type of eyesight loss among older people. Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in people 65 and older. The condition blurs the center of the field of vision, making it difficult to read, drive, thread a needle and even recognize faces. It affects more than 10 million Americans and there is no cure. An earlier large study had shown that beta carotene — when taken with certain vitamins and zinc — could slow or prevent eyesight loss in people with age-related macular degeneration. Commercial formulations of the eye-protecting combination vitamins are sold over the counter. But the new study found no benefit for beta carotene supplements alone against the eyesight disease. The finding is based on data from more than 21,000 male doctors who were followed for an average of 12 years. The doctors were randomly assigned to take either 50 milligrams of beta carotene every other day or a dummy pill. The doctors didn’t know whether the pills they took contained beta carotene. Roughly the same number of doctors in both groups developed the eye condition, suggesting beta carotene didn’t help or hurt. After 12 years, there were 162 cases of macular disease in the beta carotene group and 170 cases in the group taking the dummy pills. Currently the best advice might be to eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day because it’s the combination of nutrients that seems to be the important factor.
Comments: Important nutrients for macular degeneration include lutein, zeaxanthin, and fish oils. There is no reason to suspect a high dose of beta carotene would be helpful by itself.

Q. I read on a website that it says, “We prefer users not mix many other supplements on the day they take Eyesight Rx since it is potent by itself.” Does this mean supplements such multivitamins, weight control supplements, etc.–supplements not directed toward eye health?
A. If the multivitamin you take is potent, meaning you notice a lot of energy from it, then we suggest not to take it with Eyesight Rx. If you hardly notice the effects, then you can take it together. Same with other supplements.

Q. I have normal vision 20/20 and aged 38. I’m surprised that Eyesight Rx can improve vision even in someone who has good vision to start. I take a tablet 2 days on, one day off. Colors are brighter and sharper focus, it just seems so much more fun to look and see, almost like a visual born again.

Q. I recently purchased Eyesight Rx supplement, and we (my 9 year old child and I) have begun taking it (we’ve taken it just a few times so far). How much should I be giving my 9-year-old of the Eyesight Rx supplement and how often should I give it per week? [We are also both using pinhole eyeglasses for near-point activities, like reading, watching TV, doing homework, doing computer work, etc. We hope that Eyesight Rx  will help us with our eye health overall.]
A. We have not tested Eyesight Rx in children, so we don’t know the long term safety of this product in children, but if his doctor approves, he cant take a third of a tablet every other day and a few days off each month. For adults, the dosage is half a tablet 2 days on, one or two days off.

Q. Does Eyesight Rx for vision improvement heal dry eyes?
A. It was not developed for the purpose of dry eye improvement although a few people have mentioned some benefit.

Q. I use Travatan for glaucoma is Eyesight Rx still safe to use will i need to stop the Travatan. Have there been any feed back on people using Eyesight Rx for central retinal vein occlusion.
A. We are not aware of anyone using Eyesight Rx in combination with Travatan or for Central Retinal Vein Occlusion. If your doctor approves, you may consider using a third of a tablet in the morning every other day.

Q. I find that I get better results if I take a small amount of Eyesight Rx twice a day rather than a larger amount every other day. For instance, initially I took one tablet a day for several days the first time I tried it but I noticed after my vision initially got better, it started getting fuzzy again. I took a break for a day then resumed at a third of a tablet before breakfast and then a quarter mid morning. I now take even less: a quarter of a tablet before breakfast and even less mid to late morning. I think the gradual and slow introduction of the herbs and nutrients in Eyesight Rx works better for me than taking a high dose at one time.
A. This is an interesting Eyesight Rx testimonial. We have had others report similar experiences. Our own learning experience with this product leads us to believe that it may be better to introduce the beneficial ingredients in this formula gradually and slower, such as in smaller amounts twice daily rather than a large amount, such as a full tablet once every other day. When people first begin to take Eyesight Rx they may need a higher amount, but with time Eyesight Rx works better when lower dosages are used.

Q. Can I give Eyesight Rx to my teenager son 13 years old student nearsighted since age of 10. Is Eyesight Rx okay for adolescents?
A. Eyesight Rx was formulated for age related visual decline and we have limited experience in teenagers or children. If his doctor approves, he may use a quarter of a tablet 2 days on, one day off.

If a user were to stop taking Eyesight Rx would the effect on the eyes be; a) not as great as when they taking it but better than before starting to use it. b) the same as before starting to use it. c) worse than before starting to use it.
Eyesight would be better for the first few days after stopping it then eventually it would return to what it was before use.

Eyesight Rx seems to be potent. Apart from natural herbs does it contain any drugs or pharmaceuticals ingredients?
Eyesight Rx only has herbs and nutrients, no pharmaceutical drugs or hormones are present in the formula.

Does Eyesight Rx help get rid of floaters?
This product was not formulated to treat floaters and we don’t have enough feedback from users to know whether it has an influence on floaters.

I have developed a sensitivity to light due to long hours in front the computer. Would Eyesight Rx help to rectify that?
Many people find this natural vision enhancer helps ease eye strain.

As enthousiastic users of Eyesight-Rx from the Netherlands, we would wish to order a LARGER number of it. The question now is: could it be put in the freezer without any harm?
We have not tested to see how this product will do in the freezer or in the refrigerator.

I have some small red veins in my eyes that seem to not go away and they seem to have occurred in the last month. I have used Red Eye and Visine which, in my opinion, has caused more problems. In fact, I have one vein in my left eye that is small but to me very noticeable. I am healthy, not on any medication, and just had an eye appointment by an ophthalmologist. Is there any vitamin that I can take that might improve the appearance of these red veins or is there another option. I only have one small vein that bothers me otherwise, the rest are not very noticeable.
In order to make a recommendation we would need to actually see the eye and make a full examination, short of this we cannot offer such advice.