A relatively simple operation can restore the vision for people with cataracts, but people who dislike the idea of surgery may find that Chinese medicine can enable them to live with the condition, if the sight is not too badly impaired by the time they seek help.

In Chinese Medicine, cataracts are diagnosed as a weakness of the liver and kidneys, due to lack of nourishment of the blood. If patients consult a Chinese Medicine practitioner at the outset, herbs can be prescribed which will slow the growth of the cataract and often stop it from developing any further, so that the sight will remain, if not perfect, then at least comfortable. The essence of the liver and kidneys and the blood will all be nourished by a Chinese Medicine treatment with rehmannia, wolfberry, chrysanthemum and dendrobium stem.

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