Are your eyes getting enough antioxidants and nutrients to stay healthy?

If you’re not sure, maybe it’s time to give your eyes a bit more care.

SightC is a plant-based, sugar-free eye health supplement that helps to promote healthy eyes and natural tears. A healthy tear film is key to avoiding dry eye disease, a common condition in the digital age.

Packed with antioxidants and phytonutrients, SightC is inspired by 30 years of clinical experience treating patients with vision problems.

So, what exactly is in SightC?

goji berries closeup from aboveGoji Berries

Goji berries, the fruits of the Chinese wolfberry shrub, are one of the world’s best-known superfoods.

In China, goji berries have long been associated with eye health. Chinese mothers often tell their children to eat goji berries so they will not need glasses.

Goji berries are a potent source of the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin. They are rich in vitamin A. And they have all the essential amino acids the body needs.

Goji berries protect your eyes from sun damage and free radicals and support the health of the cornea at the front of the eye. 

They may also protect against diabetes-related eye damage and age-related macular degeneration.

Cherokee Rose

Cherokee rose white flowers with yellow center

Cherokee rose is an evergreen shrub native to southern China. It produces a pear-shaped fruit rich in vitamins A, C, and E, all of which are essential for eye health.

A lack of any of these vitamins can contribute to dry eye disease and other eye conditions. Getting enough of them every day is crucial to maintaining healthy vision.

Cherokee rosehips, as the fruits are known, also contain flavonoids. These have an antioxidant function, protecting the body against cellular damage.

Dwarf Lilyturf

Dwarf lilyturf roots seen from above

Dwarf lilyturf is an evergreen mondo grass commonly grown as an ornamental. Its dried root tubers have some notable health benefits.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, dwarf lilyturf is used in concoctions to treat dry eye caused by qiu zao or fall dryness disease. This condition occurs when the climate becomes dry.

Compounds in the dwarf lilyturf tuber have anti-inflammatory effects and can help prevent cardiovascular disease.

Dwarf lilyturf may also lower blood glucose levels and help in the treatment of diabetes.


Dandelion flower and greens closeup

Dandelion often passes for a weed. But it’s a potent natural remedy that’s been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries to treat inflammation and other conditions.

Modern science supports several of its traditional health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory properties.

Raw dandelion greens have vitamins A, C, E, and as well as minerals. They are also a source of the carotenoid antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin. These macular pigments occur in the retina at the back of the eye, in the part responsible for producing the sharpest vision.

What’s more, research shows that dandelion has antibacterial properties and may help fight infections.


Turmeric root closeup

More than a colorful spice, turmeric is another ingredient well known in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It’s ground from the root of the Curcuma longa perennial plant. The key active ingredient in it is curcumin.

2019 article published in the Central European Journal of Immunology highlights the potential of curcumin to treat dry eye disease, conjunctivitis, cataracts, glaucoma, and other eye conditions.

Research indicates that curcumin protects the body from free radicals that can damage cells. It also reduces inflammation and may help prevent type 2 diabetes.

Chinese Yam

Chinese yam seen from above

Chinese yam is the tuberous root of a perennial vine. It’s a longstanding ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine formulations.

Chinese yam has antioxidant properties and can help manage diabetes. It also has vitamin C and other nutrients that can help support eye health and overall well-being.

You may not always find it in local stores, but it’s one of the powerful ingredients in SightC.


Hawthorn berries closeup seen from above

Hawthorn is a flowering shrub that belongs to the rose family. Its tiny red berries are rich in polyphenols, a type of antioxidant.

Polyphenols help your body fight free radicals, which are unstable molecules that arise through natural cellular processes. Environmental factors and aging can also increase free radicals.

Free radicals cause oxidative stress that leads to cellular damage. This damage can contribute to the development of many diseases, including cataracts.

Hawthorn may have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help with eye conditions such as uveitis.

Hawthorn may also lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol levels. With that, it may help prevent eye health complications resulting from diabetes or cardiovascular disease.

Improve Your Eye Health with SightC

SightC is a simple and effective way to keep your eyes healthy and happy, even if you can’t always get the nutrients your eyes need from food.

The fruits, roots, and herbs in SightC work together to assist vision and protect eye cells from damage. Together, they are more powerful than their individual effects.

Try SightC for yourself and see the difference.

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