Opti-Vision 睛明

30g powder/bottle

60 capsules/box

Product Description

Many pets have problems with excessive tear secretions and eye discharge that cause tear stains around eyes.

Not only about pet’s appearance concern but  might also be a sign of potential health problem

Herbal supplementation is Gental and Safe for pets and suitable for long-term use.

Indications :

  • For animal with tear stains/ excessive tear secretions/poor eyesight/ hard to use eye drops

Ingredients : The herbals that show benefits to balance liver and kidney function for eye health : Ginseng, Poria, Chrysanthemum Flower, Chinese Yam, Ophiopogonis Tuber, Rehmannia, Wolfberry Fruit

Product size: 30g powder/bottle, 60 capsules/box

Direction for use:  two spoons or two capsules for 5 kg, twice daily or use under veterinarian’s instructions

More to know


Epiphora is an outflow of tears down the face that results from abnormal drainage through the nasolacrimal duct. Ephiphora is common with some breeds:

Dogs: Maltese, Poodle, Pekingese, cocker, Shih Tzu, Pomeranian

Cats : Persian, Himalayan, Exotic Shorthair

Chronic eye problems

Many pets might undergo a process with poor eyesight or eye diseases in their senior ages. It is a gradual process that sometimes might be not that noticeable for pet owners, and should be remind by veterinarians.

Signs of poor vision: Reluctance to move from one spot, not being able to find food, disorientation, easily startled, eye rubbing, cloudy, or tearing eyes and a large pupil.

~For all chronic disease, including eye problems, the best way to   manage is to start take care of it as early as possible.

Chinese Herbs

Eyes as a whole are generally associated with the liver, and pupil is associated with kidney. The impaired function of liver and kidney has direct effect on eye health, including tear secretions and vision. Longterm Chinese herb management can help adjust the function of liver and kidney to improve the clinical symptoms of eye problem without unwanted side effects.

~ Chinese herbs focus on the origin of the eye problems, to help     from inside out.