Eye Care Ayurveda Style

Our eyes do much more work than they are credited or even cared for. They are the most important sources via which we function and absorb so much of the world. Every second of their functioning they absorb thousands of stimuli and an endless stream of visuals.

  • Posted Apr 28, 2020
We often take this sense organ for granted and the result of that often leads to a painstaking damage.

From exposure to extreme weather conditions, UV rays to lack of proper eye hygiene, reasons of eyesight deterioration are influenced by a variety of controllable and preventable factors. Balanced nutrition, eye exercises as well as behavioral habits greatly influence the eye functioning. According to Ayurveda, eyes are actually the seat of the pitta (fire) dosha and most problems come from pitta imbalance. Ayurveda treatment has been used since decades to relieve and prevent conditions that damage the eyes.

The best thing about the treatment being it vouches for less invasive and 100% natural treatments that are enriched with herbs. Some of the most promising of these herbs include Triphala, Ginkgo Biloba, Fennel Seeds and Almonds, Rose Water, etc. IMC has various products developed for eye care, the most popular of them being Aloe Jyoti and Aloe Jyoti Plus. They clear the eye and maximize the vision. You can more than rely on these and its results.

While we do our bit of providing the most optimum ayurvedic eye care products to you, there are a few everyday practices that you should make routine in order to keep intact the eyes and its function. Some of these include:

  • Protecting your eyes from weather extremities like sun, wind, and water. Wear sunglasses, scarves or caps to minimize their influence.
  • Doing a self-eye massage with your palm and fingertips to de-stress and relax your eyes.
  • Avoiding stressful situations. As stress directly disturb your eyes and make them swollen dull and unhappy. It also disturbs sleep which causes dark circles and strains the blood vessels. When sleeping use scented candles, dim lights, pamper your body and mind.
  • Begin doing yoga as some asanas, like Shirshasana and Surya Namaskara asana are very beneficial for eyes as they are known to boost circulation to the blood vessels and capillaries, relax the eyes, and, over a period of time, are reported to even improve vision.

Give your eyes the essential care they much rightly deserve. Try our products and the above-mentioned practices and sharpen your vision.