The history of hunting says humans had very strong and sharp eyesight along with vigorous physical and mental powers. In Italy, somewhere in the 13th century, the first spectacle was invented for the first time. Still, spectacles were not widely used, as for many years people were able to read, write, and do their routine without any visual difficulties. The healthy lifestyle and use of herbs and organic plants for keeping health robust are the reasons.
The ancient Indian system of medicine and surgery is commonly known as Ayurveda (science of life). Among the available literatures three ‘Samhitas’ – Sushruta, Charaka and Astanga Hridaya are currently the chief source of knowledge of Ayurveda. In fact, the first rational approach to medical science is seen in the composition of Sushruta and Charaka Samhita in the Pre-buddhist period.
Eye Health in Modern World
The main causes of eye problems now-a-days are environmental pollution and extensive use of computer and mobile screens and last but not the least ‘bad stress’.
You can’t control the pollution in the air but you can be responsible not to spread pollution and from a health perspective you can try avoiding the exposure to pollution as much as possible.
Lifestyle, job-life, study, research and entertainment for almost everything we are dependent on internet and hence on digital screen use but the screen time should also be monitored to see where it can be controlled/minimised.
Serious eye problems need an ophthalmologist's assistance whereas regular eye care practices and safe use of eye soothing eye drops like EyeSpa Ayur can keep your eyes healthy and fit in the long-run.
What is EyeSpa Ayur
Eyespa Ayur is an unique herbal solution which has been produced by a continuous process of mixture of pure and ancient Indian herbs. This way, the quality of the medicine remains in it for a longer period. It contains 17 Indian herbs. These 17 herbs have their own remedial benefits to heal your eyes. Next we will discuss the major five ingredients added to EyeSpa Ayur.
The main 5 powerful herbs in EyeSpa Ayur
Triphala: Tri-phala means three fruits namely Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). The mixture of these 3 potent fruits are used orally for many benefits from ancient days till today. Even Triphala eye wash works amazingly well in treating eye problems and maintaining good vision. It is very effective in preventing dry eyes, computer vision syndrome, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, conjunctivitis, and glaucoma.
Punarnava: Fresh juice from roots can relieve the symptoms of night blindness and conjunctivitis. The other eye ailments that can be relieved are corneal opacity, watering eyes, and itchy eyes.
Bhringraj: The potent Chakushya properties of bhringaraj make it extremely beneficial for improving eyesight. Bhringaraj present in EyeSpa Ayur acts as a rejuvenator and is helpful for people suffering from night blindness.
Honey: Topically applied honey can reduce inflammation and irritation in your eye. It can also kill harmful bacteria that could be causing an eye infection. Some people even use honey to try to gradually change the color of their eyes, although there isn't any research to prove that it works.
Daruhaldi: It is used to treat severe eye infections, ulcers, and haemorrhoids externally.
The main objective of EyeSpa Ayur is preservation and restoration of health using herbs.
Its use full in ;
To Check senile progressive cataract
Redness of eyes
To protect the eyes from dust, fumes, excessive heat
Computer Vision Syndrome/Digital Eye Syndrome
Irritation and burning and conditions like eye fatigue
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