Natural Herbal Eye Care–Eyedrops Recipe

I have been working with this recipe for several years now, and I have actually seen it work wonders for some people.  It can help the following conditions.  It is not a miracle cure–and like everything, it does not work for everyone.

Even so, this recipe offers improvement for most, great improvement for many, and seems to halt or slow progression for some.  It is definitely worth a try for those who want to try a natural method before going for surgery or other eye corrections.

Conditions that I have experienced or witnessed improvement with this recipe, include:

  • Cataracts
  • Blurry vision
  • Lack of focussing ability
  • Floating blobs
  • Wearing glasses or lens correction
  • Eyestrain caused by computer or over use
  • Dry eyes
  • Red or irritated eyes

Eyedrops Recipe

Part 1

Eyebright herb 1/4 tsp.

Golden seal herb 1/8 tsp.

Raspberry leaf herb 1/4 tsp.

Cayenne powder herb (not essential oil!) 1 drop (1/64 tsp.)

Simmer in 2 cups distilled water for 10 minutes.  Cool to room temperature.

Part 2

1/16 tsp. N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine (No other form of carnosine will absorb into the tissues of the eye to dissolve calcium, a primary concern with cataracts.)

1-1/2 cups distilled water.

Combine and stir until completely dissolved.


Add 22 drops of Part 1 into all of Part 2.  Store excess of Part 1 in fridge for up to 3 months.  Fill Eyedropper Bottles and store out of direct sunlight.

Use daily, or up to 3 times daily for extreme cases.  It generally takes 3 months of very consistent usage to see an improvement.  It may take 6 months or longer to reach optimum results.



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