Can Neem Improve Your Vision?

15 Comments

  1. Deborah Hallo

    I hadn’t even noticed till I saw the title of your article. I am a devout reader, but had stopped reading – even my Bible – due to a chronic eye infection in my right eye. (I worked as a chemical tech in college and had a serious caustic and heat burn to my eye when the substance I was distilling blew up. I was stunned because I suddenly realized that my vision IS better and I AM leaving my glasses off a lot more often! As I sit here, I am able to read my laptop easily. I have been praying about this because I NEED my Bible in the dark days as we see our wonderful country going downhill fast. Thank you for drawing my attention to it. I’ve only been using Neem for a month, so I expect my vision to continue to improve.

    1. Marcella

      So, how do you take the Neem? As a tea? Adding leaves to salad? Taking it in tincture form? How about the oil, how do you take the Neem?

      1. Vicki

        Most people I know take three of the Six-Way Capsules per day, my sister takes about six drops of the neem supercritical extract. Oil is never taken internally.

        1. Doris

          How you you use the extract if not taken internally?

          1. Vicki

            Hi Doris,
            I personally wouldn’t use the extract externally, but it’s a better choice than the oil he was using directly in his eye.
            Vicki

        2. Lenda Dollyhigh

          Thank You, Vicki!!!

        3. Kristi

          I don’t see the drops on your site? Do you still sell them?

          1. Vicki
  2. Kar

    Plant base product research for improved eyesight and eye health has been done by Bosch & Lomb Inc. resulting in their marigold based PreserVision (R) AREDS 2 formula ( not evaluated by the FDA ) . The key ingredients are Lutein (marigold flower extract), Zeaxanthin Isomers (marigold flower extract) , vimains E,C, Zinc zinc Copper. Reading about their extensive research and determining if similar chemicals are in Neem may help your quest. So might talking to them.

    1. Vicki

      Thank you! I’ll definitely look into this!

  3. Valerie Jackson

    For those of you who want to find available research on neem or any other substance, you need to change your search methods (and use other search engines in addition to google). Do not use a search engine to find a substance. Use them to find links to the researchers. My main go to is the NIH (National Institutes of Health). Once I pull up their site I search for whatever plant I’m interested in at the time. Here is some of what they have on neem (you’ll have to copy & Paste the links to your browser) I also highly suggest that you save links from sites you trust to your bookmarks/favorites tab : https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30061479https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30179391/

  4. Emilio Ovuga

    I have suffered from chronic pain in my right temporal region and in my right eye for at least 5 years. I have had migraines since I was a child but I got used to it. The pain in the eyes and in my temples eventually led me to the ophthalmologist who ruled out glaucoma but said I had early cataract in the right eye. To allay my concerns about surgery, the doctor said I should wait until the vision fails in about ten years.

    Then an age mate talked about how her vision improved significantly after using neem seed oil, obviating the need for cataract surgery. I decided to try the neem seed oil, as I didn’t like the discomfort in my head and eyes.

    I have used the oil for seven days now and I seem to notice that my vision is clearer, especially in the right eye in which the vision has been blurry. I must admit that I have to use the oil drops for at least one more month to see better results.

    The side effects of the oil are worth mentioning; namely: biting irritation under the eyelid, dryness of the eyes as if there is sand on the eyeball, swelling and self-limiting tears.

    Emilio Ovuga, retired professor of psychiatry.

    1. Vicki

      Dear Emilio,
      We would never recommend neem oil applied directly to your eye! Please consider using a supercritical extract around your eyes where it can be absorbed slowly, and taking the Six-Way Neem Capsules so your body can work from the inside out. I think that will limit the side effects but still provide the results you’re looking for.
      Please call me at 813-689-2616 if you have questions.
      Vicki

  5. Hi Vicki,
    Thank you for sharing your experience about the improvement in your eyes. Your blog/article implies that it was the neem capsules that made that improvement. I’m wondering if you also followed other protocols that could have been involved in the improvement of your eyesight. If so, please comment. Thank you kindly.

    1. Vicki

      Nothing else changed. I do take some other supplements but I’ve been taking the same ones for decades. I never took much neem because I have idiopathic itches that concerned me as a precursor to an auto-immune disease but Covid scared me enough to start taking large doses. I’m just hopeful that enough people try it to say it really does make a difference.

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