Yea, figs can do good for the eyes. Figs are purple foods that contain anthocyanidin, which can accelerate the synthesizing and reproduction of the rhodopsin in the retina to make the retina adjust to the change of the light and improve the discriminatory ability of the eye in the dark place. If you do not like the taste of figs, then do not force yourself to eat them. You can eat other blackish purple foods rich of rhodopsin such as grape, blackberry, eggplants, mulberry, purple perilla, broccoli, blueberry and black kerneled rice. As a matter of fact, foods rich of vitamin A and vitamin C also benefit eyes much.