9 herbal teas and herbs that improve eyesight

Everyday use of computers, gadgets, smartphones and other electrical aids provokes myopia (especially in children and teenagers) – say ophthalmologists. Doctors advise to reduce the use of electronic devices or to take a break / rest from the device every half hour. Medicinal herbs and herbal teas that contain vitamins A, B and C help prevent eye damage.
Carrots-make a drink from the juice of 2-3 grated carrots and 15 ml of olive oil. Drink the drink on an empty stomach.
Blueberry-Squeeze 2 tablespoons of blueberry fruit. Pour over a cup of boiling water. Allow the drink to cool. Drink during the day.
Rosehip and nettle-mix one tablespoon of rosehip fruit and one tablespoon of nettle leaf. Add half a liter of boiling water. Drink chilled tea 3 times a day.
Cranberry-mix two cups of cranberries with 200 ml of honey. Take 3 tablespoons of the mixture twice a day. Keep the mixture in a glass jar in the refrigerator.
Euphrasia officinalis (Vidova grass) – mix two large spoons of grass with half a liter of boiling water. Drink 50 ml of chilled tea three times a day.
Marigold and Acorus calamus – mix one tablespoon of marigold with 200 ml of homemade brandy and one tablespoon of chopped root of the medicinal wild plant Acorus calamus. Let the drink stand for 12 days in a dark and dry place. Strain. Take half a teaspoon of tincture before meals 3 times a day.
Parsley and lemon-Grate parsley root and lemon peel. Add a little honey. Stir the mixture well to combine the ingredients. Eat one teaspoon of the mixture 3 times daily before meals.
Aloe Vera-200 grams of aloe vera leaves clean and mash. Add 200 grams of honey and a glass of red wine. Stir the mixture and place in a glass jar. Store in a cool place. Take one tablespoon of the mixture daily before meals.
Pine-Pour one tablespoon of pine needles with 800 ml of boiling water. Cook for another 20 minutes. Take one tablespoon of chilled tea three times a day.

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