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Drinking tea is acknowledged to be one of the best things you can do for your overall health – but did you know that tea can also improve the health of your eyes?
Honey Chrysanthemum Tea
Wash the chrysanthemums. Brew in boiling water for three minutes then add honey when the tea temperature drops to about 60°C. Mix well before drinking.
Chrysanthemum is rich in vitamin A, an important substance which is good for eyesight. Honey Chrysanthemum Tea is recommended for people who feel dryness in their eyes and spend a lot of time at a computer.
Brew an appropriate amount of wolfberries in boiling water then serve.
Wolfberry is rich in carotene, vitamin B1, B2, vitamin C, calcium and iron, which helps improve eyesight and defends against aging. It helps to relieve symptoms such as dry eyes and discomfort and is suitable for people who need to use a computer for long periods.
Cassia Seed and Chinese Hawthorn Tea
After washing an appropriate amount of cassia and hawthorn, add to boiling water and brew for 30 minutes covered with a lid.
From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, cassia seed (also called Jue Ming Zi) has the effect of clearing liver heat, improving eyesight and promoting intestinal health. Modern medical research has also found that cassia seed helps reduce intraocular pressure and prevent eye oxidation.