Laser Eye Surgery - Risks & Complications 

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princywilliam
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With our modern lifestyle and exposure to Divine Vision 12 Review stress, pollution and radiation from computers and televisions our precious eyes are always at risk. More and more eye diseases are diagnosed and infections are very common. On the preventive side, we should take care of our eyes if we don't want permanent consequences in our vision. I will introduce one herb that is a very good and specific for our eye- bilberry.

Bilberry is an herb whose fruit has been used in human herbal medicine for many years already. It is related to blueberry and cranberry. Bilberry has antioxidant properties, and is most commonly taken internally in people to help with disorders of the eyes including macular degeneration (deterioration of part of the retina or back of the eye) and cataract formation. Bilberry is also used to improve night vision. The ability of bilberry to increase vision may depend on the dose used and where the plant is from.

The active substance in bilberry, anthocyanins and flavanoids are powerful antioxidants and are known to strengthen blood vessels and improve circulation. The antioxidants scavenge free radicals that cause premature aging and cellular damage.Bilberry strengthens the retina to help the eye adapt to light changes. Bilberry is also useful in treating circulation disorders, such as varicose veins and hemorrhoids; eye disorders, such as diabetic retinopathy, cataracts and glaucoma. It also has been used to treat gastroenteritis by helping to control and reduce intestinal inflammation. 



  Monday, December 24, 2018 at 2:33:45 AM

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