- Grind 7 soft, fresh Bel (Bilva) leaves and 7 seeds of black Pepper. Add 2 ½ spoonful of sugarcandy powder. In winter take it directly as it is. In summer, take it with water. If you have the trouble of wind and phlegm, add honey and take it. Also soak 11 leaves in water in an earthen vessel overnight and wash the eyes with that in the morning.
- Chew Tulsi (holy basil) leaves in the evenings.
- Take a little Onion juice with salt daily.
- Peel a ripe Pineapple and deseed it. Cut into small pieces. Mash with your hands. Filter with a sieve. Measure this juice and add equal quantity of sugar. Add a little water to stir everything and bring it to a boil. When it becomes thick, remove it from the heat and let it cool down. Add ¼ part of honey and mix well. Take 3 tablespoon of this concentrate in a glass and add water. Drink this after breakfast. Repeat for 40 days.
- Eat red colored Bananas daily for 21 days.
- Infusion of August tree leaves (Agase soppu in Kannada, Agatti keerai in Tamil) should be taken.
- Cook fresh Amaranth leaves (Chaulai) without salt and chillies. Add ghee to it. Take it after the meal just having a gap of an hour.
Vitamin C lowers the eye pressure. Amla (Indian Gooseberry) which is excellent source of Vitamin C can be used internally and externally to lower the eye pressure in Glaucoma affected patients. There is a rapid and significant drop in Intraocular pressure (IOP), with the lowest pressure in the eye when the level of Vitamin C in the bloodstream is the highest.
The healthy lens of the eye is rich in vitamin C, while a diseased lens contains little or none.
Thiamine (Vitamin B1) helps in improving the eyesight. Garlic (which contains Thiamine) helps in boosting the absorption of Thiamine in the body.