Who can estimate the value of eyes "the windows of the soul?"
If one were to be offered the wealth of the world in exchange for his power of vision the proposition would not be attractive.
Notwithstanding the enormous value of this power everywhere, in every walk of life, the eyes are illtreated and subjected to intemperate use.
This common abuse of these valuable organs has caused spectacles, the eye crutches to be used, almost universally while absolutely nothing is known of natural means for remedying these visional defects.
I believe that the information furnished here if acted upon will not only save thousands of sufferers from the necessity of wearing glasses, but those now using this artificial and ultimately injurious aid to the eyes will be able to cast it aside.
Strong eyes, like strong arms, can be developed and the contents of this book will tell how such results can be secured.
Table of Contents
Chapter I. The Eyes.
Chapter II. Beautiful Eyes.
Chapter III. Strong Eyes.
Chapter IV. Dull Eyes.
Chapter V. Weak Eyes.
Chapter VI. Crippled Eyes.
Chapter VII. Diseased Eyes.
Chapter VIII. Constitutional Treatment.
Chapter IX. Massage of the Eyes.
Chapter X. Eye Exercises.
Chapter XI. Eye Bath.
Chapter XII. Special Exercises.
Chapter XIII. Exercises for Constitutional Treatment.
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