Parsley is great for your eyes and is used as a natural medicine to help treat various conditions while improving your vision. Not only can you use this awesome herb in cooking your favorite dishes at home but it can boost your health as well.
Eating Parsley regularly helps to make sure that your body gets the vitamins and nutrients that you need to develop your own ‘eagle vision’ and see better than before. Parsley is rich in vitamin C, keratin and iron while also working as an antispasmodic, antiseptic, and natural detoxifier.
Parsley carries a good amount of folic acid which is important for women who are pregnant. This awesome healing herb is used by women to regulate their menstrual cycles and reduce pain. Parsley is also recommended for people who are struggling to keep their blood sugar levels balanced such as those with diabetes.
It is recommended that you use the leaves while they are still fresh. You can add them to your cooking, salad, smoothie, or juice them.
Check out this recipe for improving your vision.
- Take 1 bunch of parsley, chop it up into smaller pieces and then mix it with your favorite yogurt.
- Eat the mixture throughout the day.
- Do this once a day for a month.
- On day 30, make the same mixture but add in fresh tips of nettle.
- Continue this new mixture of spinach, nettle, and yogurt for 30 more days.
- After 2 months, your vision will feel much more clear. Some even report that their vision was improved by 2 diopters.
Juicing Recipes for Specific Eye Conditions
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The Lens: Cataracts, Conjunctivitis
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Parsley, ginger, Jerusalem artichokes, spinach, asparagus, garlic, leeks, beets, pumpkin, celery, carrots, cabbage, raspberries chlorophyll, (not too much fruit)
Parsley, parsnip, celery, garlic, beets, carrots, apple, raspberries (not too much fruit).
Parsley, celery, cucumber, carrots, radish, raspberries, cabbage, parsley, turnip, beets, apple, plums (not too much fruit).
Parsley, ginger, leeks, carrots, spinach, apples, garlic, cabbage, beets, celery, grapes, wheat grasses, lemon, raspberries, chlorophyll – (not too much fruit).
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Optic Nerve: Optic Neuritis, Optic Nerve Atrophy, Leber’s
Parsley, Ginger, beets, cabbage, endive, berries, carrots, wheat grasses, chlorophyll.
Parsley, ginger, leeks, garlic, cabbage, beets, carrots, grapes, lemon, chlorophyll, raspberries, celery, apples, spinach, wheat grasses (not too much fruit).
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