Paprika-Because of the high number of antioxidants present in this spice (such as Vitamin A, Lutein and Zeaxanthin) Paprika is very beneficial in helping prevent diseases that damage the eyes. In addition to these nutrients, Paprika is also high in B6, which also helps boost eye health. Consuming high amounts of B6 has shown to slow onset of macular degeneration and other eye-related diseases.
Eyebright- historically used in poultices to relieve eyestrain. Used as an extract mixed with water to create an eyewash for treating eye infections, inflammation and pink eye. Eyebright may also be taken orally to treat issues like hay fever, allergies, the common cold, and inflamed sinuses. Eyebright is rich in tannins, that help decrease inflammation. Particularly good for improving night vision.
MSM-MSM provides sulfur which is required for the body to use Vitamin B5, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Selenium, Calcium, Manganese, and Co Q-10. MSM softens leathery eye membranes which allows nutrients to penetrate. Helps break up waste particles that lead to cataracts. Also relieves inside eye pressure, improves vision, decreases red spots, and helps removes floaters.
Turmeric-may successfully treat some eye diseases caused or aggravated by inflammation. ... It may be used to reduce inflammation that trigger swelling and intercept inflammatory pathways, significantly decreasing inflammatory responses.
Rose Hips- Almost all cells of the body depend on it, including those of the eye, where it is concentrated in all tissues and supports the health of blood vessels in the eye. Also important for uploading many nutrients, like MSM, for use in the body.
Ginkgo Biloba- well known to help with brain function and blood circulation and is also rich in lutein and Zeaxanthin. Helpful with cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Has also been shown in some cases to help lower pressure in the eyes. Helps maintain the health of the retinas. Increases blood flow in the eyes and helps repair oxidative stress damage to the capillary walls and retina.
Bilberry-Due to the Anthocyanosides, Bilberry is commonly used to improve night vision or vision handicaps in low light. Anthocyanins are the components that give Bilberry its blue/black color and super high antioxidant content.
P.S. I am taking this mix myself and can attest to its benefits for eyesight!