Amla (Indian Gooseberry)
A powerhouse of nourishment, amla is flushed with nutrients that contains high percentage of Vitamin C and plays a significant role in protecting retinal cells and also in promoting healthy capillaries. The extract of Amla has antimicrobial, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that promotes and preserves the eyesight. It is a source of strength in the eye muscles and provides as an antioxidant with free radical scavenging properties and also acts as a general tonic.
The aromatic wood crystalline known as Kapur is one of the best bactericides which is very useful in the ailment of burning sensations. Also known as Camphor, it has been known to provide cooling effect to the eyes and is a counter irritant as well. Kapoor is a rare herb which, being a coolant, balances the Kapha Dosha and is known for its medicinal purpose apart from its other uses. It can also be synthetically produced from the oil of turpentine.
Honey is beneficial for the eyes when used as eye drops, as it has anti inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Such properties can help fight several corneal inflammatory and other infectious conditions. It is recommended for eye infections, pink eye, itchy and dry eye. Honey is nutritive & you can immediately soothe the incredulous eye-wide stares. It also speeds up the growth of healing tissues and dries it up & acts like a healing and cleansing moisturizer.
The plant Swarnakshari, contains large quantities of yellow juice which is anodyne in effect which contains antimicrobial, antidiabetic and antioxidant properties. This juice, when applied provides benefits in terms of relief from eye pain, watering of the eyes, weakness of sight, reddening & itching, cataract & other eye ailments. Swarnakshari, is a natural herb and can be used safely without the fear of any untoward effect.