Eye & Vision Support
90 VCaps, Hand Made, Non-GMO, Vegan, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
With the increase in eye damage from UV light, eye muscle fatigue from computer screens and an aging population, more people than ever are concerned about protecting one of the body’s most important organs—the eyes. Eye & Vision Support is formulated to protect eyes and maintain eye health. Eye & Vision Support features leading ingredients such as Kale (lutein), Bilberry, Eyebright, Goldenseal and other ingredients that may support healthy eyes.
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Hand Made, Non-GMO, Vegan, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
With the increase in eye damage from UV light, eye muscle fatigue from computer screens and an aging population, more people than ever are concerned about protecting one of the body’s most important organs—the eyes. Eye & Vision Support is formulated to protect eyes and maintain eye health. Eye & Vision Support features leading ingredients such as Kale (lutein), Bilberry, Eyebright, Goldenseal and other ingredients that may support healthy eyes.**
|Serving Size: 1 VCaps|
|Serving per Container: 90|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Selenium (as Selenomethionine)||100mcg||143%|
|Organic Fennel Seeds||25mg||*|
|Organic Citrus Bioflavonoid (Lemon, Orange, & Grapefruit Peel)||25mg||*|
|Organic Bilberry & Ext. 10%1||50mg||*|
|Organic Butchers Broom||25mg||*|
|Wild Eyebright & Ext. 4%1||100mg||*|
|Barberine Complex (Organic Oregon Grape, Wild Barberry, Goldenthread & Ext. 5:1)1||25mg||*|
|Camu Camu (Natural Vitamin C)||25mg||*|
|Sophora Flavescens & Japonica Ext. 10:1 (Natural Rutin)||25mg||*|
|Kale & Ext. 4:11||50mg||*|
|Black Currant Ext. 10:1||50mg||*|
|Borage Leaf & Seed||25mg||*|
|Quercetin Complex (Lovage & Quercetin Ext. 95%)1||25mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established|
Other Ingredients: plant-derived capsule
Directions: Take 1 to 4 capsules per day with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
– ORGANIC EYEBRIGHT LEAF –
- Recommended for treating conjunctivitis, discharge, and for eye allergic reactions.
– ORGANIC CHERVIL –
- Treats eye disorders like inflammation of the deeper structures, detached retina and cataract.
– ORGANIC FENNEL SEEDS –
- Used to treat inflammation of the eye.
– ORGANIC CALENDULA FLOWERS & KALE –
- Rich sources of Lutein. Reduces swelling and itching. It is helpful in irritations due to pollution and allergies.
– ORGANIC CAMU CAMU –
- Rich source of vitamin C, Tonic for the eyes
– ORGANIC BILBERRY LEAF & SOPHORA –
- Rich sources of Rutin. Helpful in combating cataracts, macular degeneration, and free radical damage to the retina.
– GOLDENTHREAD ROOT & EXTRACT –
- Potent anti-inflammatory herb. Helpful in treating irritation and infections of the eye. It also decreases swelling.**
- Our Products are carefully crafted by hand.
- We manufacture in the United States, by us in our facility.
- We ship our products direct to you to guaranty the freshness.
- Freshly manufactured – never expired or closeout products.
No excipients or fillers
Our goal is to manufacture our supplements as pure as possible, so we don’t use fillers, binders, or chemical excipients. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and excipients, which cheats you out of the active ingredient and contaminates your product with unneeded chemicals. Purity, Quality, and Results is our #1 goal.
Purchase manufacturer direct at wholesale price
Buy directly from the manufacturer and save. We cut out the middlemen and pass the savings on to you. With Green Organic Supplements, you pay the same low wholesale price that the chain stores pay. Did you know that most companies do not manufacture their products but use 3rd party manufacturers. Since we manufacture all of our own products we can control the quality and purity through the entire manufacturing process.
Common Eye Problems Presbyopia This is when you lose the ability to clearly see close objects and small print. It’s a normal process that happens slowly over a lifetime, although you may not notice any change until after age 40. Presbyopia is often improved or corrected with reading glasses, LASIK, and other procedures. Floaters These are tiny spots or specks that float across your field of vision. Most people notice them in well-lit rooms or outdoors on a bright day. Often floaters are normal, but sometimes they’re a sign of a more serious eye problem, such as retinal detachment, especially if you also see light flashes or a dark shadow come across the edge of your vision. When you notice a sudden change in the type or number of spots or flashes you see, go to your eye doctor as soon as possible. Dry Eyes This happens when tear glands can’t make enough tears or they make poor quality tears. Dry eyes can be uncomfortable, causing itching and burning. Rarely, they can lead to some loss of vision. Your eye doctor may suggest using a humidifier in your home or special eye drops that are similar to real tears. He may put plugs in your tear ducts to lessen tear drainage. A procedure called Lipiflow uses heat and pressure to treat dry eyes. Testosterone eye cream can help too. Tearing Too many tears can come from being sensitive to light, wind, or temperature changes. Try to protect your eyes by shielding them or wearing sunglasses. Tearing may also mean that you have a more serious problem, such as an eye infection or a blocked tear duct. Your eye doctor can treat or correct both of these conditions. Cataracts Cataracts are cloudy areas that develop within the eye lens. A healthy lens is clear like a camera’s, and light has no problem passing through it to the retina at the back where images are processed. When you have a cataract, the light can’t get through as easily and, as a result, you can’t see as well. Cataracts often form slowly, and they don’t cause symptoms like pain, redness, or tearing in the eye. Some stay small and don’t affect your eyesight. If they become large or thick, cataracts can usually be removed by surgery. Glaucoma This condition is often associated with a buildup of pressure in your eye. The eye is like a tire; some pressure is normal and safe. But when the pressure goes up, it can lead to damage of the optic nerve. This is called primary open angle glaucoma. Because most people with primary glaucoma have no early symptoms or pain, it’s very important to have an eye doctor check your eyes regularly. Less commonly, glaucoma can be caused by: An injury to the eye Severe eye infection Blocked blood vessels Inflammatory disorders of the eye Treatment may include prescription eye drops or surgery. Retinal Disorders The retina is a thin lining on the back of your eye made up of cells that collect images and pass them on to the brain. Retinal disorders interrupt this transfer. They include age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal detachment. If you get an early diagnosis and treat these conditions, you may be able to keep your vision. Conjunctivitis When you have this condition, the tissue that lines the eyelids and covers the cornea gets inflamed. It’s sometimes called “pink eye” or “red eye.” It can cause redness, itching, burning, tearing, discharge, or a feeling that something is in your eye. People of all ages can get conjunctivitis. It can be caused by infection, exposure to chemicals and irritants, or allergies. Routine hand washing before eating or touching your mouth reduces your chances of getting “pink eye.” Corneal Diseases The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped “window” at the front of your eye. It helps to focus the light coming in. Disease, infection, injury, and exposure to toxic things can damage the cornea causing eye redness, watery eyes, pain, reduced vision, or a halo effect. Treatments include adjusting your eyeglass prescription, using medicated eye drops, and having surgery. Eyelid Problems The eyelids protect the eye, spread tears over its surface, and limit the amount of light that can get in. Pain, itching, tearing, and sensitivity to light are common symptoms of eyelid problems. Other problems may include drooping eyelids, blinking spasms, or inflamed outer edges near the eyelashes. Eyelid problems often can be treated with proper cleaning, medication, or surgery. from WebMD