THROW AWAY YOUR GLASSES! ONLY USING THIS ONE INGREDIENT WILL HELP YOU INCREASE YOUR VISION BY 97 %!
As we age, our complete organism begins to deteriorate and we acquire some illnesses that worry us very much. Natural medicine has become a greater and greater substitute to traditional medicine, giving us ideas on what could happen to our body in the future.
One of the senses that is largely affected during the aging process is surely your vision. At this point you need to know that your eyes are the most important organs in your body because they receive around 90% of the information from the real world. Namely they help you learn many things from your surroundings and also they help you defend yourself if there is a need.
Nowadays the science is very developed and there are contact lenses and glasses that can help you improve your vision. However the real truth is that the glasses and the contact lenses only cheat your eye with some sort of glazing and this becomes a decisive problem.
The secret of this natural advice is based on saffron, a root that not many of you know. It’s mostly used in the kitchen. The researcher Silvia Bisti came to the conclusion that this natural element could stop and recover the degeneration of eyesight, achieving that the cells integrated to the visual system become harder and more resistant in a very short time.
- 1 gr of saffron
- 1 cup of water
The preparation of this tea is very simple and easy. All you need to do is bring the water to a boiling point and then add the saffron. In order to improve the taste you can add a little bit of honey.
As for the consummation you need to drink this tea throughout the day or you can drink it at night before you go to sleep.
Last but not least, you need to know that the saffron will not only improve your vision, but it will also purify your blood, it will improve your cholesterol and triglycerides levels, it will improve your blood circulation.
In addition the saffron will help you treat arthritis and will promote the learning process and the memory retention.