Cataract “develops in the crystalline lens of the eye” symptoms



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Cataract is the opacification (light impenetrability) of the lens. In this condition, the lens of the eyes interferes with the eye vision. Since light cannot enter the opaque lens, therefore the eyes fail to give the representation of the objects seen.

The lens becomes opaque and hard. The unctuousness (soapiness and softness) of the lens gets lost. As a result, the rays of light from the objects fail to penetrate the lens. In the long run, the retinas of the eyes are also rendered useless; and the retina cannot accept the rays of lights coming from the objects. The perception of vision becomes impaired.

PARTIAL IMPAIRMENT OF VISION

At the initial stages, the vision may be blurred or disrupted. This condition is termed as ‘Partial impairment of vision’. The objects may appear as dull images.

CHECK CONSTIPATION TO MAINTAIN HEALTHY VISION

That’s true, constipation has been found to be one of the main causes of ailments including those of the eyes like Cataract.

Preventive Means: The patient should regularly consume Triphala water and Maha Triphala Ghritta.

AYURVEDIC EXPLANATION

In Ayurvedic terminology, cataract is termed Linga Nasha or Timira.

According to Ayurvedic principles, such a condition develops due to the aggravation of Vayu.

Vayu dries up things. Here, aggravation of Vayu dries up the liquid that makes the lens and the retina supple.

Hence, Ayurvedic treatments first correct the Vayu composition. Pure Ghrita or ghee (prepared only form cow’s milk) is one of the most effective Ayurvedic natural medications to cure all forms of eye ailments.

AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS TRIPHALA & MAHA TRIPHALA GHRITA

Both Triphala as well as Maha Triphala Ghritta are ideal medications to cure cataract and other eye complications. However, these medicines are the most effective only when the ailment is diagnosed at the initial stages.

Triphala supplies nourishment to the tissues and nerves of the eyeball.

Maha Triphala Ghrita is made of ghee (prepared from cow’s milk) and Triphala.

Preparation process : Mix two teaspoonful of the Maha Triphala Ghrita powder with a cup of lukewarm milk.

The Dose : The patient should have the medication twice daily. The point to be noted is that the concoction is to be taken an hour (60 minutes) prior to taking the main meals.

TRIPHALA WATER

In fact, Triphala water prevents and cures constipation as well as all ailments of the eyes. It effects fats results at the initial stages of the aliments.

Preparation process : The best time to prepare the medication is evening time.

Add one tablespoonful of Triphala powder to a tumberful of water. Cover the mixture with a clean piece of white cloth for 12 hours.

In the morning, squeeze and strain out the water with the same linen.

The filtrate is to be used for washing the eyes. It should also be consumed.

CHANDRODAYA VARTI

Chandrodaya Varti is to be used externally. It boosts lacrimation (promotes tears) and blood circulation. It accelerates nourishment to the eye tissues.

Preparation process : Clean the Chandrodaya Varti. Dip it in water and rub it on a clean and washed hard stone. A paste will appear. This is the medicated collyrium (Kajal).

Note : The paste will have slight irritation when applied to the eyes.

The Dose : Use the collyrium around the eyes at night-time.

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