Of the five senses, perhaps none is taken for granted as much as eyesight. We appreciate the taste of food every day; a symphony or other pleasing music; the caress of a loved one; a whiff of a bouquet of flowers. But at night, when watching TV, few people stare at their screens expressing gratitude for faultless vision. It’s only when we witness a blind person wearing sunglasses and walking with a cane that for a brief moment we realize how lucky we are to be able to see. And perhaps the only other times we have an epiphany about the joy of vision is when our own eyesight starts to diminish. Or when our eyes experience sharp pain or phantom spots and visions.
When your eyes start going out of focus, expressing gratitude for normal vision won’t resolve the problem. So what can be done about dry eyes, problematic vision and eye pain?
An alternative remedy is our Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formula, YinVive Eyes.
YinVive Eyes may improve your vision and mitigate eye discomfort. This formula is applicable for the syndrome associated with flaccidity of the knees and loin and feverish sensation and soreness of the bones; blurred vision or dryness of the eyes or excessive moisture with wind and pain around the eye.
Time-Tested Remedy for Vision Health Nourishes Yin Energy
There’s a famous TCM theory maxim that says, “The liver opens into the eyes.” Thus, when there’s a problem with the eyes, there’s often a problem with the liver. This concept isn’t unique to TCM, of course. After all, in western medicine, when someone presents with jaundice in the eyes, doctors may suspect bilirubin is not moving from the liver to the bile ducts. Here, the liver in western medicine is regarded as an organ, whereas in TCM, liver opening into the eyes refers to the liver meridian energy channels.
According to TCM theory, poor vision and eye pain may be caused by Yin deficiency, especially of the Liver and Kidneys. YinVive Eyes works because it nourishes both Liver and Kidney Yin energy.
If Yin is deficient in the Liver, then Liver Blood, consequently, will be deficient. With sufficient Liver Yin, Liver blood nourishes and moistens the eyes. However, chronically red or dry eyes or blurred or spotty vision is an indication of Liver Blood deficiency or excess heat (Liver Fire).
The doctor recommend: 2 tablets, 2 times a day, before/after meal (half hour)