Universal Eye Disorder Pack
One kit is a month treatment designed in treating eyesight. It is a renowned ancient Chinese herbal formula used for improving vision. It is used for deficiency of both liver Yin and kidney Yin, foreign body sensation in the eye & photophobia, blurring of vision, tearing against wind, conjunctive congestion with pain and swelling of eyes, dizziness and blurred vision, constipation with dry stool and yellow urine. Replenishes liver & kidney, nourishes liver blood, sedates liver heat & dampness, benefits the eyes & vision problems, including dry eyes, red & itching eyes, poor eyesight, photophobia, excessive tearing, blurring of vision, tearing against wind, conjunctive congestion with pain and swelling of eyes, and such eye diseases as glaucoma & cataract.
Cataracts are a painless clouding of the internal lens of the eye. Because they block light from passing through the lens, cataracts make it difficult to see clearly and can even cause blindness over time. Cataracts are progressive, meaning they worsen with time. Most cases occur in older people, but sometimes they can be seen in younger people as well.
What Are the Causes of Cataracts?
It is not precisely understood why people get cataracts. Aging is a known risk factor. Other factors that may also play a role in the development of cataracts include:
- Excessive use of alcohol
- Trauma to the eyes
- Extended use of corticosteroids
- Prolonged radiation or sun exposure
A glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that develop due to elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) within the eye. The increased pressure affects the optic nerve and may cause vision loss. Glaucoma is classified either as open-angle (the more common form that is usually painless) or angle-closure glaucoma (which often occurs suddenly and is associated with pain and redness of the eye).
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