Cataract is an eye disease that affects every second person over 65 years of age and is the leading cause of blindness in the world, although it is very easily diagnosed with an ophthalmologic examination. This disease is blurring the eye lens, which impairs and weakens the function of the sight, starting from gradual blurred to “temporary blindness”. Usually occurs in both eyes, but there is a different course of advancement. The only medicine that has official medicine is surgery, but natural medicine offers a whole range of natural products that can help a lot.
Disease of the elderly population
Experience shows that every natural lens is blurred over time and thus loses its original translucency. It is the result of aging, that is, slowing down and changing the metabolic processes in the body. Causes of cataracts may include eye injuries, previous eye surgery, ultraviolet radiation, sugar intake and long-term use of some drugs, such as corticosteroids. It can also occur in children and even in babies.
What are the symptoms
In the initial stage, the sight is blurred and the man has the impression that he sees all the time through a dirty glass. During the progression of the disease there are other symptoms such as shining in the bright sun or light source, vague vision, vague, double images of one eye, change in perception of colors (colors are fading and faint), difficulty viewing in low light and at night, frequent changes in the glasses dioptry. Cataract significantly aggravates the normal life-cycle, disrupts everyday activities, tiring and awakening a sense of insecurity. It often causes painful headaches. Reading, driving, especially at night, engaging in sports and many other activities of a person with cataract become strenuous.
Honey and propolis
Mix quality homemade honey and propolis (that you purchase in a pharmacy and which is intended for children) in a ratio of 1:1. Put it in a bottle, from which solution you can sip like drops. Put two drops in your eyes three times a day. Keep it in the refrigerator for three days, then make a new blend.
Marigold tea for outdoor and indoor use
Cook tea so that tablespoons of marigold flowers will spill with half a liter of boiling water and leave it for two hours. Drain it and drink half a cup four times a day, and use it for washing your eyes in parallel.
Aloe Vera remedy
If you have aloe in a pot (old for at least three years), use his freshly squeezed juice – and drop in the eyes, a few drops in both eyes. You can also make a remedy of equal parts of aloe, honey and distilled water (best measure should be one teaspoon). Place a few drops more times a day.
Drink juice from carrots and endive
Mix four glasses of carrot juice with a glass of freshly diced juice from the endive salad and the third glass of freshly squeezed juice from a parsley leaf. Keep this juice in the refrigerator and take half a cup before eating. three four times a day.
Coatings of parsley
Wash 6 to 8 leaves of fresh parsley, then place them on the eyes and bind them with gauze. Leave the coating to stay overnight. In the morning, in a darkened room, remove the coating and wash with lemon water. Repeat daily to the achievement of the desired result.
Put cumin seed in a linen bag, boil it and cool it down then put it on your eyes before going to bed. Leave to act throughout the night.
Cut 30 g of dried horsetail and mix with 10 g fresh young hives, pour 10 g of the mixture into a cup of boiled water and cook for three minutes on low heat. Drain it and cool it down. Take 100 ml before a meal, between 14 and 21 days.
Apple and honey
Carve out the apple so that one side will remain closed, then put in it a quality homemade honey and close it with the carved out part of the apple. Let it stand for two days. Put the juice in a bottle with a dropper and put two drops in your eyes twice a day.
Egg and honey
Cook eggs for half an hour and then peel them so that the egg white will remain whole. Cut the egg, remove the egg yolk, and place the egg white so that you can pour honey into it. Let it stand one day. Pour the resulting liquid into a bottle with a dropper and store it in the refrigerator. Twice a day put in one or two drops in both eyes.
Onions and dandelion
You can do a simple cataract remedy by draining the onion juice and mixing it with distilled water at a proportion of 1: 1. Drop several drops in the eyes three or four times a day. It’s normal that your eyes will tear. The effect can be increased if you mix juice of onions with juice from dandelion leaves: fresh leaves are harvested, washed well, then the juice is blended and mixed with the juice of onions. Pour drops three times a day. After 45 minutes of placing these drops, you can also rinse the eyes with honey and propolis drops or honey and water. The results are expected for a week, but you can repeat the treatment for a month.
A lack of vitamin B2 causes cataracts
Studies have shown that lack of vitamin B (riboflavin) causes cataracts in humans and animals. A sufficient amount of riboflavin, used early, removes blur and allows your eyes to return to normal. Cataracts reappeared when vitamin B2 was again reduced to laboratory animals. Dr. Sidnestricker of the University of Georgia has proven that vitamin B2 is beneficial to people who are threatened by cataracts. He first experimented with vitamin A on a sample of 47 patients with different visual impairments. Eighteen of them had blurred vision that predominantly preceded the cataract, and six people suffered from a developed cataract. Although vitamin A is known as necessary for healthy eyes and as a successful agent in various eye conditions, 47 patients did not give the expected results.
Dr. Sidnestricker then prescribed 15 milligrams of vitamin B2 daily as the only treatment. He found surprising improvements in 24 hours. Practically, the feeling of tingling and other symptoms began to disappear in all subjects, such as itching, eye weakness, and poor vision. Respondents who did not feel better in the first 24 hours felt better the next 24 hours. After regular use of riboflavin (9 months), patients found that cataracts had receded and their eyes became perfectly normal. In order to prove the effectiveness of this riboflavin-based therapy, Dr. Sidstrakeer gave some of the cured patients poor food with riboflavin. The same symptoms soon reappeared and were again removed by giving vitamin B2.
Sources of vitamin B2
Beer yeast is the richest with vitamin B2.