Aloe Vera is one of the most powerful natural remedies of all time. People in the past used it to treat numerous skin and digestive problems, and even science has confirmed the benefits of the plant. At the start of the 20th century, a renowned Russian Scientist named Vladimir Petrovich Filatov discovered that the gel from the plant can improve our eyesight.

The Aloe Vera gel can be consumed or used in different ways to amazing results. It can treat digestive problems and almost all skin diseases known to mankind, but Filatov added one more thing to the list – according to the doctor, Aloe gel can also be used to improve our vision.

Dr. Filatov started ophthalmology studies at the University of Moscow back in 1897 and he was very enthusiastic. In 1922 he began researching the plant extensively. At that time, Filatov was already a pioneer in transplanting corneas from corpses to living patients who were losing their sight. Besides specializing in this area, he also focused on the treatment of tuberculosis lupus through tissue transplants. Filatov was quite the revolutionary scientist, which is why his claims about Aloe Vera have merit.

Today we’re going to present an Aloe-based remedy which can improve your vision and help you see better. It’s easy to prepare and offers truly incredible results. Before starting, you need to extract the gel from the Aloe leaves first. This powerful gel can regenerate and accelerate the regeneration of optical tissues and promote better eyesight.

To extract the gel, take an Aloe leaf and wash it well, then remove the spikes and cut the leaf in half. Squeeze the gel out in a bowl and save it, the follow these steps:


  • 3-4 lemons
  • 100 ml. of Aloe Vera gel
  • 300 ml. of honey
  • 500 gr. of crushed nuts


Squeeze the lemons over the gel and add the other ingredients, mixing well until you get a homogenous mixture. Take a teaspoon of the remedy 3 times a day before breakfast, lunch and dinner and you should see immediate improvements. Consume the remedy for a month, then take a 2-week break and repeat the process again.

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