Eye Formula™ (formerly Pretty Eye®)

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Manufacturer Kroeger Herb Products
Supply 25 Days
Form 2 Capsules
Potency 800 mg
Size 100

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Eye Formula™ (formerly Pretty Eye®)

A clever assortment of herbs focused on suitable nourishment for healthy vision. Taken by all age groups. Maintains healthy existing eyesight.

Directions:

Two capsules 2 times daily between meals.

Ingredients:

Witch Hazel Bark, Bilberry Leaf, Angelica Root, Goldenseal Root. Other Ingredients: Vegetarian source capsule.

Additional Dietary Information:

Articles

Herbs, Homeopathy & Remedies for Cataracts

The lens of the eye is usually clear but if a person develops cataracts, the area becomes opaque and does not allow light to pass through making vision blurry. Because cataracts develop very slowly most people do not know they have them at first; additional lighting or stronger prescription eyeglasses may become necessary but will only help for a time.  If left untreated cataracts can impair vision to the point of not being able to see the face of a loved one or read the words of a favorite book and eventually could lead to blindness. What can you to do help treat and prevent cataracts? Plenty!

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The lens of the eye is usually clear but if a person develops cataracts, the area becomes opaque and does not allow light to pass through making vision blurry. Because cataracts develop very slowly most people do not know they have them at first; additional lighting or stronger prescription eyeglasses may become necessary but will only help for a time.  If left untreated cataracts can impair vision to the point of not being able to see the face of a loved one or read the words of a favorite book and eventually could lead to blindness. What can you to do help treat and prevent cataracts? Plenty!

Herbs to Promote Eye Health and Help Prevent Cataracts

Bilberry is a powerful antioxidant that is used for eyesight, to improve night vision, for diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. Gingko leaf, Ginkgo biloba

Bilberry supports healthy eye function by protecting the integrity of the blood vessel walls from breakage or fluid leakage as well as its ability to increase blood circulation throughout the body, including the eyes. Our eyes need good blood circulation to receive essential nutrients on a continual basis so herbs like Bilberry and Gingko biloba should be considered to help keep your eyes strong and prevent cataracts. Grape Seed is also a powerful antioxidant that can potentially help reduce cell damage in the lens and slow down the growth of cataracts (while also helping you manage health conditions like high blood pressure and high cholesterol).

Hanna blended Witch Hazel Bark, Bilberry, Angelica Root, and Goldenseal Root to make her Herbal Combination Eye Formula. This clever assortment of herbs is suitable nourishment for healthy vision and can be taken by all age groups. Eye Formula maintains healthy existing eyesight.

Other Options to Promote Eye Health

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Some homeopathic remedies have proven beneficial for people hoping to address cataracts. Hanna created a vibrational remedy called Cataract and there are others to consider that may offer promise. Sepia has been indicated when there is a sensation of weakness in the eyes with the symptom worsening as evening approaches. Causticum may be indicated when the sensation of sand or grit is in the eye, when eyelids feel heavy, or when the eyes feel better only when closed. Flashes of light, burning and itching, pressure in the eyes, as well as light sensitivity can also be addressed with causticum. Bentonite clay has been beneficial for cataract patients when applied as a clay paste to the eyelids or by making eye drops from water filtered through the clay to help dissolve the cataract.

Hanna’s remedies for cataracts:

  • Lie down and drop as much fresh coconut juice as the eye can hold with an eye dropper then apply a hot, wet cloth over the closed eye. Keep the cloth hot for 10 minutes.
  • Boil 2 ounces of bean pods in 1 ½ quarts water for 20 minutes and drink 6 ounces, 3 times a day.

Tips to Prevent Cataracts

  1. Give Up Smoking: Smoking increases the risk of eye disease/conditions and smokers are likely to experience cataract symptoms earlier than non-smokers.
  2. Eat Right: Whole grains, unrefined carbohydrates, good quality fats, plant sourced or lean animal proteins, and plenty of produce will keep your eyes (and the rest of your body) healthy.
  3. Control Your Diabetes: If you are a diabetic your risk of cataracts is higher. Keep your diabetes under control and follow your treatment plan.
  4. Exercise: Good for your entire body, including your eyes! Age-related macular degeneration and the risk of cataracts decreases with frequent exercise.
  5. Sleep: Good sleep gives your eyes a rest; aim for at least 7 hours of quality sleep each night.
  6. Shade Your Eyes: UV radiation causes a great deal of damage to the eyes so keep them healthy by purchasing sunglasses that block UV rays.
  7. Lose the Weight: Obesity significantly raises the risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes which in turn is a great risk factor in developing cataracts. Keeping your weight within a healthy range will prevent your risk from increasing.

Many vitamins and herbs have been shown to be effective in keeping our eyes healthy and our vision strong. There are even eye care tools such as pinhole glasses to exercise your eyes. Visit our eye-health section for some great products to keep your eyes at their best!

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May is National Healthy Vision Month

When considering your overall health, how often do you take into account the proper function of your eyes? May is National Healthy Vision Month and we’ve got tips, remedies, and natural products to help keep your eyes nourished, clear, and healthy! Take a look!

There are four major factors that impact our vision and each of them can be addressed in a natural way.

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When considering your overall health, how often do you take into account the proper function of your eyes? May is National Healthy Vision Month and we’ve got tips, remedies, and natural products to help keep your eyes nourished, clear, and healthy! Take a look!

There are four major factors that impact our vision and each of them can be addressed in a natural way.

Consider the proper function of your eyes during National Healthy Vision Month!

Consider the proper function of your eyes during National Healthy Vision Month!

  1. Two of the most prevalent eye diseases today can be attributed to free radical damage: macular degeneration and cataracts. Free radicals are molecules with unpaired electrons that destroy body compounds by binding to healthy molecules and stealing one of their paired electrons, creating another free radical. To fight back against free radicals, consider a daily antioxidant rich herb to sweep them from your system. Most eye conditions involve some degree of oxidation damage to tissues so even a general antioxidant program is a wise idea. Learn more about antioxidants and which are the most powerful here.
  2. Inadequate nutrition, especially diets low in vitamin A, is another cause of poor eye health. The body cannot manufacture vitamin A on its own and when we are lacking this vitamin, our ability to send visual images to our brain is affected. Other nutrients essential to eye health are vitamins B1 and B2, potassium, zinc, copper, and manganese.
  3. Our environment can greatly affect eye function. Any activity that requires you to focus at a fixed distance for long periods of time can cause fatigue for your eyes, this includes staring at a computer screen, reading, driving, or watching television. Taxing your eye muscles in this way not only causes eye strain but is also thought to play a role in the eventual distortions of the eyeball known as near- and far-sightedness.
  4. Exposure to glare or sudden lighting shifts can deplete the eye of rhodopsin. When a single light photon hits the compound (rhodopsin), the pigment explodes and sends an electrical charge to the brain through neurotransmitters beneath the retina; rhodopsin produces visual images for our brains. Aside from depleting rhodopsin, sudden changes in lighting or exposure to glare cause eye strain and fatigue.

Beyond the vitamins and other nutrients listed above, there are several natural products you can take to improve eye function, maintain existing eye health, and prevent damage.

  • Bilberryis a European cousin to the American blueberry and has shown benefits in clinical trials for eye strain, glare exposure, adaption to light/dark shifts, poor
    Bilberry provides support for the eyes and addresses a wide range of eye complaints.

    Bilberry provides support for the eyes and addresses a wide range of eye complaints.

    night vision, cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

  • Angelica root promotes good capillary circulation, a must for eye health. The eye needs to be constantly nourished with vital, fresh blood in order to function properly so a healthy circulatory system cannot be underestimated in the function of the eye.
  • Goldenseal has been used by traditional herbalists for promoting healthy eyes as an eyewash for inflamed or infected eyes and as a circulatory tonic for the body’s extremities, including the eyes. Many traditional herbalism systems also relate eye health to a healthy liver and Goldenseal is frequently used for many liver indications.

Hanna believed in using herbs, spices, and foods to speed healing in the body and this included eye issues. While potatoes were Hanna’s most commonly suggested remedy for a variety of eye ailments, she also created a special herbal formula for eye health, and passed along several other remedies. Here’s a sampling: 

  • For pinkeye, eye pain, eye swelling, tired eyes, or conjunctivitis Hanna recommended finely grating raw potato and placing it over the closed eye.
  • To improve blood flow to the eyes and prevent night blindness, fresh carrot juice. (Drink slowly and not in excess)
  • To strengthen the eyes, assist with eye strain, and help with sensitivity to light nibble a half cup of sunflower seeds a day.
  • Hanna created Eye Formula as an herbal remedy to support existing eyesight, no matter the age group!
  • Find more eye remedies in Hanna’s many books and in the remedy section of our blog!

When considering your overall health, be sure to include your eyesight! We often take the healthy function of our eyes for granted but with Hanna’s remedies, as well as the herbs, vitamins, and nutrients listed here, we can promote healthy eye sight. Take a look at our Eye Health Section on our website for easy access to great products to celebrate National Healthy Vision Month!

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August: Hone Your Eye Health

Supporting Eye Health with Good Nutrition

Carrots are widely known as eye food- full of beta carotene, a Vitamin A precursor. Carrots may help address dry eyes, inflammation, and reduce the risk of macular degeneration. Carrots are not a catch-all for good vision, however. A complete diet is essential to eye health, and many other foods are equally helpful in boosting vision. Read this article on food for vision, or try supplementing your day with a few of these:

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How fast do you think your last blink was? Did you even notice you were doing it? Are you blinking even more now that we’re talking about it? As insignificant as your last blink seems, the rapid closing and opening of the eyelid is an essential function of the eye and your vision. The average blink lasts about a tenth of a second, but serves as a cleaning mechanism for the cornea and conjunctiva of the eye. By adding tears to your eyes’ surface, blinking keeps the eyes moist. The muscles that control the eye lid are stimulated by the central nervous system. They body blinks automatically; you don’t need to add it to your to do list. This is why staring contests can be so difficult!

Blinking is only one of numerous essential eye functions. An extremely complex system, the human eye needs to be constantly nourished to maintain proper function. Nourishment is carried to the eye by blood; good nutrition is vital to eye function.

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

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With school starting, August is the perfect time to check in on children’s eye sight. As children progress through the school system, they gain skills that test their vision on new levels: preschoolers learn to draw, first graders learn to read the chalkboard and open books, and each year the font in their textbooks is finer. Depending on the school, more than 80% of learning can be visual. Vision changes quickly during developmental years, which makes an annual eye exam important. Eye exams should be scheduled on a regular basis when children are young, regardless of vision concerns. Many schools make eye exams a part of their orientation for this very reason. If your child is suffering from poor vision, you may be interested in reading Better Eyesight Without Glasses, by William Bates.

Supporting Eye Health with Good Nutrition

Carrots are widely known as eye food- full of beta carotene, a Vitamin A precursor. Carrots may help address dry eyes, inflammation, and reduce the risk of macular degeneration. Carrots are not a catch-all for good vision, however. A complete diet is essential to eye health, and many other foods are equally helpful in boosting vision. Read this article on food for vision, or try supplementing your day with a few of these:

Saffron: A typical Spanish spice, saffron contains antioxidants that prevent UV damage in the eyes. A compound called crocin is found in saffron, and can help patients suffering from cataracts. Read natural ways to treat cataracts.

Milk Thistle: High in Silymarin, a bioactive compound, Milk Thistle may help support the liver. The liver plays a vital role in repairing eyes from UV damage.

Bilberry: This blue berry has been used to treat eye complaints for centuries. Anthocyanosides give bilberries their rich color and scavenge for free radicals. Bilberry supplements replenish the rods in your eyes, and are thought to improve night vision. Patients with glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy have found relief using bilberry. Try Bilberry Complete Concentrate or the Bilberry and Eyebright blend by Oregon’s Wild Harvest.

Gingko biloba: An adaptogen, Gingko biloba serves many functions and helping to prevent macular eye degeneration is one of them. Fading vision is one of the first signs of aging. Read more about adaptogens, or try our Gingko Biloba Complete Concentrate.

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Endive: Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, may be helped by Endive Juice. A leafy vegetable, endive is extremely rich in vitamin A, K, and folate.

Cayenne: bright red and spicy, cayenne will get your blood pumping faster. As your heart rate picks up, so will your circulation. This spice is said to increase circulation to your eyes. Cayenne is easy to take in a capsule and the ground spice can be added directly to food!

Garlic: rich in sulfur, garlic will boost your body’s production of glutathione. Glutathione plays a role in cleaning crystalline substances off of the lens.

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Eye Formula is a supplement that contains several herbs. Designed specifically for eye health, this formula helps you meet your eyes’ daily vitamin needs.

Dry, itchy eyes? Find natural relief.

To learn more about eyes and eye health, please visit Hanna Herb Shop’s Natural Eye Care article.

 

 

 

 

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