If you have cataracts, and are facing surgery, you might remember my cataract formulation I told you about in February 2004. I continue to get positive reports from users. Since cataracts are a major problem, I thought I would tell you about another woman who is most happy with the results, and called for a refill.
Ms. I. Lindsey is a 69-year-old woman from the Deep South. She called me with exuberance in October 2006. She had used my cataract eye drop formulation for several months for her right eye. Unfortunately, she already had cataract surgery on her left eye when we first met, so we omitted treatment for that eye. However, she diligently used the drops for several months in her right eye.
Her vision improved considerably. She was once again able to see clearly under overcast skies. Her ophthalmologist confirmed her improvement on physical exam. However, it was too hard for him to believe. She asked for quantification of the improvement. She said, He did not want to talk about it.
That is just so sad. I can only figure that the good doctor felt threatened by something so simple as eye drops replacing cataract surgery, the bread and butter of eye doctors. In Ms. Lindsey’s case, she noted some deterioration after discontinuing the drops, though not nearly to the degree she had before beginning them. So she was eager to get back on them. I cant tell you how long you must take them, or if you need them forever to retard cataract reformation. Ms. Lindsey’s case obviously needs maintenance.
The news is good for you, whether you need the drops forever or not. Cataract surgery does work miracles for eyesight, and is generally very safe. But there can be severe complications. I always like to try everything reasonable before any kind of surgery, especially with eyesight.
There are several compounding pharmacies that are willing to make these drops on the prescription of a physician. If your eye doctor wont do it, go to an integrative physician, who most likely will. I have prescribed the formula for hundreds now. I admit that not every one follows up with me. However, of those that do, I estimate at least 40% get desired improvement, ranging from good to, in one case, complete resolution of the cataracts. The formulation is: DMSO — 6.25 percent, Vitamin C — 1.25 percent, Glutathione — 1.25 percent, one drop in each eye twice daily.
The drops have less than a month shelf life, so you must renew the prescription frequently. They do sting, so be prepared. I know from personal experience. But the stinging goes away in less than half a minute. None of my patients have ever had a problem using the drops in eyes that also have glaucoma. I do not use them in eyes that have had cataract surgery because the lens is removed and recurrence is impossible. These drops just might save your eyes from surgery.