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Posted by Kelly (Nashville, Tn) on 06/20/2009

for Joyce in Joelton - castor oil: Joyce, I saw your comments on using castor oil in your eye. I had previously read something about using a couple of drops in the eye each night for cataracts. Have you heard anything about this? I was thinking of trying it on my dog who has a catarac. My vet says to try it, she doesn't think it could cause any harm. Thanks! Kelly

Replied by Joyce
Joelton, Tn
06/21/2009

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Hello Kelly, I went looking for the answer to your question and found one posted on Earth Clinic.com under castor oil cures. It was posted by another sharer and does state that a couple of drops of castor oil in the eyes nightly will dissolve cataracts. I found a lot of other interesting stuff while looking, including that castor oil also has antibacterial action.

I can't vouch for the removal of the cataracts, but I can vouch for it does no harm to the eye, only good, I have never had a painful eye from getting foreign object in it clear so quickly. I will use it first for eye problems in the future.
Replied by Cheryl
Baclif, Texas
09/15/2012
PLEASE, I need some good quality advice!! I have been reading the pros and cons of the castor oil. Some say it is safe to use in your eyes, while others say it isn't. I had my right cataract removed a few years ago when I had insurance. My left eye is so cloudy (it doesn't look cloudy, but I see everything cloudy). I am about ready to start wearing a patch over my left eye because it is really starting to distort my vision. I don't qualify for insurance because I am diabetic. I can't afford the cataract operation (the cheapest I have found WITH a discount is $3200). I would love to just get rid of this ugly vision. HELP!!!
Replied by Anonymous
Thankful For Earth Clinic, Love
09/16/2012
Not sure about castor oil but read of a woman accidently splashing coconut water in her eye and her cataract disappeared. Perhaps you can google, read the story and go from there. Best wishes for clear vision!
Replied by Alt-rocks
Felixstowe, Suffolk, United Kingdom
09/16/2012
I use castor oil in my eyes when I feel a sty coming on, it gets rid of the sty within 12 hours and I have never suffered any side effects.
Replied by Gigi
Edison, Nj
09/17/2012
I had some kind of "pink eye?" blister inside my eye, somewhat painful... I started putting castor oil in it and after a week the blister all but disappeared. I would also wash the eye with plain water, every other day.
Replied by Bill Donate

San Fernando, Philippines
09/17/2012

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I've used a 50/50 mixture of castor oil and VCO which I rubbed into and around my eye sockets in order to get rid of bags under the eyes and to help tighten up the skin naturally. Castor oil and coconut oil are also strongly anti-pathogenic and anti-fungal and when I rubbed it into my eye sockets and eyelids, I would inevitably get some of this mixture in my eyes. To me this was a benefit, since small amounts of castor oil and VCO in the eyes actually helps to protect eye health as well.

Posted by Brooke (Montgomery, TX) on 01/03/2009
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A couple of drops of Castor Oil (cold pressed only) put into the eyes right before you go to sleep will also get rid of cataracts.

Replied by Helen
Long Island, New York
02/14/2009
I went to the health food store to get the cold pressed castor oil and on the bottle it says not to get it near the eyes. I am a firm believer of castor oil and have used it for years, but not the cold pressed. What is the difference and why does it say not to use it near the eyes?
Replied by Esther
Ashland, Ky
03/06/2009
i had an eye exam about 5 years ago. he said i had the beginning of cataracts but i dont remember if they were in both eyes. if i use the castor oil in an eye that doesnt have a catarac will it harm the eye?
Replied by Judy
Meldrim, GA
03/07/2009
Someone from Long Island was asking why the label on castor oil said not to use near the eyes. Well, I called 2 different companies that sell castor oil and asked about that. Both said that they do not actually know if is is harmful for the eyes or not, but the FDA or somebody requires they put that warning on the label if they have not tested to see if it is safe for use in the eyes. It is because they had done skin testing that it is legal for the bottle to say it is safe to apply to the skin.

I'd like to know if anyone else other than the one "yea" testimony has proof it is safe since I'd like to try it as well.
Replied by Dianna
Austin, Tx
03/07/2009
castor oil will not harm your eyes. i frequently massage my eyelashes and the edge of my eyelids with castor oil (the regular non-cold pressed kind at the moment) and it doesn't even make my eyes blurry and doesn't burn at all. since i have been doing this it also seems to have helped my vision and my eyes aren't red as often.
Replied by Judy
Meldrim, GA
03/07/2009
Another bit of information for Helen from Long Island who wonders why castor oil bottles may say not to use near the eyes: I just read about pink eye in the ailments section on this (earth clinic)site -- and one of the cures given is drops of castor oil put in the eyes. The person recommending it said they used it repeatedly as needed for different instances of pink eye - so it would appear to be safe, as least from their comments.
Replied by Judye
Central N.c. , Usa
11/16/2010
Brook, you said that the 2 drops of cold pressed castor Oil in the eye at bed time will remove the cataract. How do you know this to work? I've read this also but no one has ever said something or some treatment really worked for them or someone they know. I know how I got the cataracts from taking baby asprin for Years for my heart problems and now I am on coumadin to keep my blood thin. The cold pressed castor oil does NOT hurt the eye but it lubricates it as when your eyes start showing they are getting dry the cataracts follow. I have been putting castor oil in my eyes for more than 1 1/2 years maybe 2 yrs. To keep them lubricated at night and upon awaking I put them in again and lay for an hour, also later in the afternoon to lubricate them again. If they start to dry out they get bothered and itchy etc.

They have "NOT" gone away but I am hoping that keeping them lubricated is slowing it down until "IF" there is something I can reverse them without surgery. There is some kind of eye drops developed by a Russian Dr that are suppose to dissolve them but they burn like the dickens and made my vision more blurry. It was $50 per month. I wish Someone who really knew how to dissolve or reverse them would post it out here for all us suffers. I think I heard ACV helps but I do ALL that!

Replied by Selena
Chula, Ga
11/16/2010
I read a study a while back that in lab rats scientists were able to create cataracts and reverse them through the use of Beta-Carotene. Carrot Juice (made fresh not bought) is very high in Beta-Carotene. Maybe you should try that or look for a reputable supplement.
Replied by Brooke
Montgomery, Tx, Usa
12/05/2010
The only thing that I know for sure is that my mother used this remedy on her dog! It is an Edgar Cayce remedy though and he recommended it to a lot of people. He also recommended that you put the scrapings of potatoes on your eye as well. Sorry I don't have more information from a first party trier, but when I told my mother to put a couple of drops in her dogs eyes, it really helped his condition tremendously. He passed before the treatment totally healed him, but he could see again before he went to the other side.
Replied by Brooke
Montgomery, Tx, Usa
12/09/2010
I researched a book called Physician's Reference Notebook and now have an excerpt from that book on what Edgar Cayce told some people to do:

"The following is a summary of the most commonly prescribed treatments. They are aimed at improving the circulation and eliminations and in allowing for better attunement to spiritual forces to provide coordination of the physical, mental and spiritual:

1. Osteopathy. Adjustments in the upper cervical and dorsal segments (C1, 2, 3; DI, 2, 3); sometimes in the lower dorsal coordinating with the upper lumbar. Frequency: about twice weekly for five to six weeks with rest periods of two to three weeks. This was by far the most commonly prescribed treatment.

2. Massage. With peanut oil (sometimes a combination of oils). Frequency is variable. Again twice weekly would be reasonable, though in one instance it was recommended on a daily basis before retiring. Emphasis to spine, mastoid, temple and chin areas.

3. Violet ray treatment. Sometimes recommended only after the first osteopathic series. Would be applied along the spine, head and neck areas for three minutes, then with the double-eye applicator over closed eyes for another one-and-a-half minutes about three times per week. A Glyco-Thymoline or Epsom salt pack may be used over same areas for 20-30 minutes prior to the violet ray treatments. * Discharge from the eyes may occur with these treatments. This should be wiped off with a non-irritating, antiseptic solution. * Potato poultice may also be used after the violet ray treatment. Wash off with weak eye solution that will remove inflammation drawn by the poultice.

4. Eliminations. At least once or twice daily using natural laxatives, e.g. , Eno salts, Fletcher's Castoria, bicarbonate of soda with cracker crumbs, etc. ; colonics, if necessary.

5. Diet. A wholesome diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Seafoods are allowed but no meats or sweets. Raw carrots, lettuce, celery, watercress and the like are beneficial.

6. Vibratory treatment. Another way of stimulating blood flow is, first, rub the body with cold water to produce shock, followed by fast vibratory treatment (reading 3943-1). Frequency and duration not specified. Twice weekly treatment is suggested lasting 20-30 minutes.

7. Spiritual counseling, prayer, and meditation. These are other modalities available to ensure integration of the triune body, mind and spirit. "

An Osteopath that uses the "old school of thought" is hard to find these days - sometimes you will need to go to a Chiropractor instead. Hope this helps!

Replied by Rob
Manhattan, NY
12/10/2010
I would like to add that the American Academy of Osteopathy maintains a list of trained physicians. http://www.academyofosteopathy.org/
Replied by Jayna D.
Fountain Valley, Ca
08/07/2015
Judye, if you are still with us, here is a great suggestion. Instead of Coumadyn or other drug for thinning blood, trying taking a cool cayenne capsule after a meal. Cayenne naturally thins the blood without harmful side effects. I've used it for years. However, the capsule became too disturbing so I now sprinkle a little in my early lemon/lime juice/a little maple syrup with warm water (liver cleanse). It really helps and prevents strokes.
Replied by Green Augustine
Mold, Denbighshire
08/08/2015
Hi Jayna.

How much Cayenne pepper do you take at a time? I've read two Ebooks on its advantages but I have a Hiatus hernia and it really inflamed it. I wanted to start giving it to my husband who has high Blood pressure but then read several articles saying it was dangerous so I didn't go ahead. I'd like to know more as the meds he is on aren't good and I'm always concerned he will have a stroke. I must say, Meyer I used them, they really cleared my sinuses in double quick time, not something I was expecting but very welcome.

Jim B.
Pensacola
04/21/2016
Answer to the Cayenne question above:

I take 2 to 3 capsules of 40000 STU with every meal. They are the brand at the big chain store. I plan on going to my local co-op health food store and getting my cayenne there.

Replied by Stephen Castello
Gilbert, Az
01/15/2016
Cataracts are the result of the inability to properly digest certain types of protein. Any remedy that will absorb or break down surface proteins will alleviate cataract growth and/or dissolve them completely. Castor oil would work, but even iodized salt will work. There are far more than 18 effective treatments for cataracts, but then again, health care insurance and physicians frown on people treating themselves. Not to mention the FDA is strictly against home remedies.
Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
01/16/2016
Stephen, can you tell us what the 18 remedies are? And do you know if any of them dissolve eye floaters too?

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Posted by John (Trang, Thailand) on 07/22/2013

Re. WARNING. Cataracts. Once again I can thank the medical 'profession' for my ailments/injuries. I have been taking steroids for decades for asthma so this is the major cause and no doubt there are other 'medicines' that cause cataracts.

I checked with four people who had successful removal and went to the same 'doctor/, 'investor'. Would have been better to have saved my money, worn glasses and maybe not drive at night. I now have heavy double eyelids that make me feel tired when I am not, plastic lenses that lasted two years and both have fogged so that the left eye is 50% useless, the right eye is doing the same and will have to pay more money for a two minute operation to have holes burned into the plastic lens that lets in the light, plus who knows what else will get in.

Can't read. Need heaps of light to just make out the type. John ex-artist.

Replied by John
Trang Thailand
11/14/2015
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A thousand years later - well two anyway. Had the holes done and seeing has been bloody LOVELY ever since. Holes took a couple of minutes and free. All others who had cataracts done, have never had any problems. EC might change the nay to a yea. John.
William
Chaiyaphum
02/23/2016
John, where are you located? I don't understand any of the comments about drilling holes, etc.
Replied by Soazburrolady
Southern Az
02/25/2016
The "holes" are actually openings made by a painless laser procedure. The openings aren't made in the plastic intraocular lens, but rather in a very thin tissue intentionally left in the eye during cataract surgery. (It helps maintain the integrity of your eye). The procedure is called a YAG laser capsulotomy, and though I am often critical of many medical procedures, this one has a high level of success with a very low rate of negative consequences. As always, thoroughly vet your surgeon! One place you can do that is on the website of the board of medical examiners for your state.

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Posted by Victoria (San Francisco, Ca) on 02/25/2014

Hello,

I had cataract surgery on my left eye six months ago; my eye still a little bit inflamed. I have been seeing the ophthalmologist every other week, the doctor has been prescribing eye drops, but they are not helping. Can you kindly tell me what can I use to stop the inflammation.

Thanks a lot, Victoria

Replied by Prioris
Fl
02/25/2014
For your eye inflammation, mix some baking soda in water and use as eye drops. If you have colloidal silver, you could try that also. There are some anti-inflammation herb capsules you can put in water and heat up on stove to extract whatever and use as eye drops. Experiment with whatever you have on hand.

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Posted by Thankful (Grateful For Earthclinic!, USA) on 05/08/2012

Coconut water may help with cataracts.


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Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, TN) on 06/17/2014

HI YOU GOOD PEOPLE DOIN, , , , , , , , , , , ,

Just got in from an appointment with my Opthamologist and he said the critter I saw in my left eye last week was not an alien, but a ruptured blood vessel. He said the difference in my left and right eye color was a cataract forming.

I then ask him about the DMSO , Vit C and Gluthathione drops I am using to clear up the cataract. He began to explain what DMSO was and it should never be put in the eye. Being an Educated Redneck , I explained that I was a Ch. E who worked for CZ in the 60's and they were the company who, via Dr. Jacobs, made DMSO and did all the research. Naturally he was offended that I would challenge his disertation.

He then told me that every procedure must have a double blind test. I then told him that Dr. Jacob's answer was that million dollar horses don't know about such things and if DMSO worked , then they ran, if not , then they didn't. Simple stuff.

He then told me that if my right eye was clear in 9 months then he'd pay attention.

Mighty white of him. Told my wife that all the med schools needed to have a class on God, soes they understand that they are not he.

ATS====OLE ROBERT HENRY======

Replied by Freda
Utah, US
03/25/2015
What has happened since then??? Please tell, it's been 9 months.
Replied by Jorge
Los Angeles
12/14/2015
Yes, what happened? Did the right eye clear up? I would really like to find something that helps to dissolve those proteins rather than go under the knife.

There is a nature article that says that a steroids based eye drop has been shown to work but of course is still in animal trials but I happen to have cataracts NOW.

Has anyone had any success with ANYTHING? I've also read about the DMSO drops and MSM drops. I've been using the Life Extension Brite Eyes III drops for months but have seen zero change.

Anyone got anything new that actually works?

Thanks,
Jorge

Replied by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
12/15/2015
Jorge, read up on applying Castor Oil.
Replied by Om
Hope, Bc Canada
12/15/2015
Jorge (Los Angeles) ---

Cold pressed castor oil daily five times a week before bed has helped a lady here on EC. However it took three years and all was clear. Operations carry their own risk. I nearly lost a good eye due to a clumsy surgeon.

Raw unheated honey dissolves in the eye and removes diseases. I would use natural homeopathic eye drops as well.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Sybille
Upstate New York
03/07/2016
Hi,

Dr. Morton Walker in his book on DMSO suggests to put a drop of DMSO into the eye with a cataract, for a period of time. I am about to try it, but wonder if anyone has had an experience with it. This would be food grade 99.999% pure and not the stuff one buys as a solvent from the hardware store.

Incidentally, the book is simply fantastic. Thank you for a response.

Replied by Ben
Bremerton, Washington
03/08/2016
Don't even think of trying dmso in concentrated form! it burns. Dmso dehydrates the skin in seconds this is why straight dmso stings like crazy when applied to skin. Dmso must be diluted at least 50 percent before use. All dmso is 99.85% pure. The stuff from the feed store is just fine. Same purity. A better way to take the dmso might be to drink it or apply it topically to your skin. Dmso travels around going to where it is needed quite easily.

As for cataracts and eye health you are not getting enough antioxidants. The corneas have a blood filtering mechanism called the blood corneal barrier. It prevents impurities found in the blood from entering the eyes and clouding them. molecules of most antioxidants are too big to flow through the blood corneal barrier. On the other hand the eyes need nutrients and especially oxygen which are impaired by blood conditions like rouleaux. This is a fancy word for thick sticky blood cells all clumped together.

See darkfield microscopy / rouleaux /serrapeptase youtube.

The capillaries are so tiny that blood cells must pass single file. When blood cells are stuck together like glue they can not pass through the capillaries. Now think about that a minute. If your blood cells are all stuck together how can they oxygenate various parts of the body like the corneas? they cant pass through and deliver oxygen at a cellular level. Lacking adequate blood flow through the corneas means chronic low oxygen levels in the corneas. this brings on free radical damage then the corneas start clouding up with cellular debris. Reverse all that by changing your diet to lots of fresh raw vegetables full of antioxidants, lots of super oxide dismutase a free radical scavenger, n-acetyl cysteine and the most powerful antioxidant known for eye health astaxanthin. This stuff is very good for the eyes. I highly urge you to do it every day. Astaxanthin has a very small molecule size meaning it slips right through the blood corneal barrier with ease. Astaxanthin is 50 times more powerful than vitamin c for eye health. You are very deficent on vitamin c by the way!!! Now if you are a smoker then that is where 99.9 percent of your problem originates. Cigarette smoke causes the capillaries to constrict and even further limiting the amount of oxygen your corneas are receiving to practically nothing.

So what else unsticks blood cells and cleans the blood of unwanted debris? Serrapeptase. It scrubs blood cells and cleans out the trash found floating in the blood steam. This means having cleaner blood and better oxygen delivery. Sound like a good idea? See a naturopath if you can, your eyes are very important. To have health in one part of the body you must bring health to all parts of the body. Drink lots of carrot juice! see ya

Replied by Rsw
Oh
03/08/2016
Hi Ben,

How much Serrapeptase can safely be taken daily?I have 120,000 SPU and take just one, except when I take Quercetin/Bromelain or four 500mg tumeric/pepper capsules. I assume only one type of supplement per day to prevent too much blood thinning?

Thank you for your informative posts. I have been learning a lot of new, interesting and helpful tips since you have come onboard! By the way, is the Gallium Nitrate always applied topically for around 40 minutes, then washed off? Even for autoimmune diseases? Thanks! This could help many people here.

Replied by Ben
Bremerton, Washington
03/09/2016
Wow, I feel honored like being part of a family! I am so used to getting my bum kicked over on craigslist! Now about dosage of serrapeptase. Consider it a smart drug. It knows how much thinning your blood needs and only goes so far. In ld 50 type tests to see what kind of heinous side effects it would bring out in a severe overdose. College kids decided to be guinea pigs for the study. They ate more than 3000 pills in one day and didn't suffer anything worse than stomach upset and diarrhea. Always talk to a competent naturopath doctor when starting anything new. Its best to start slow and let your body get accustomed to the enzyme. A little benefit i failed to mention is that this remarkable enzyme eats athersclerotic plaque. In about a year its like getting brand new arteries. cardiac surgeons would go broke if people knew about it. You heard about EDTA right? well serrapeptase is safer and better than EDTA for arterial plaque removal. You take serrapeptase on an empty stomach. The reason why is that if you just ate a big meal the enzyme will be diverted to digesting the food instead of fighting germs, plaque, biofilm, scar tissue and a million other jobs. A little goodie for ya about systemic enzymes. I just love this one

The office of naval research sat scratching their heads one day wondering how to protect troops from unknown biological threats. you can not expect antibiotics to save lives in dire conditions so what do you do? after thinking about that they said well it seems the best course of action for terrible biological agents is to take huge amounts of enzymes since enzymes literally eat the protein coating that allows virus to bind with cells. When high doses of enzymes are present you are essentially immune to even ebola. You are killing it faster than it can kill you!

About gallium nitrate i suggest you call the man who has done all the research. That would be george himself. He is a way cool guy. He has a very big heart and he loves to help other people. His number is posted on his website.gEorge eby research.cOm

Now having said that you don't wash it off, you allow it to soak through your skin. carefully read his articles he posted since gallium attacks mycoplasma it can be useful for a profound number of seeming unrelated diseases..

Who knows maybe we could even help him in the research too. As people get cured a greater knowledge base can be built. When we work together we get greater results. Thank God for earth clinic!

Replied by Brenda
Canada
06/15/2016
I see you mentioned you were using glutathione, DMSO and vitamin c drops. I cannot find that anywhere on line.. Wondered if I could somehow make my own. If you could post the link to where you purchased yours, would appreciate it.. Thanks.

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Posted by Ron (Platteville, Colorado Usa) on 07/29/2011
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Get rid of cataracts without surgery.

Just have the eye doctor call the nearest compounding pharmacy and ask for the following formulation. DMSO 6.25% Glutathione 1.25% Vitamin C 1.25%.

The drops sting a bit, but the stinging passes after about 30 seconds.

The lenses of our eyes respond to high blood sugar levels by helping to remove some of the excess. Unfortunately , the lenses have nowhere to store this access sugar, so over time, it literally " condenses" into cataracts. In other words you could be suffering from sugar-insulin metabolism. So try the eyedrops as a preventative and as a cure. It works for most but not all.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
01/08/2014
HI U RON, , , , my cataracts have been coming on for a few years and now are starting to effect my sight. My ophthalmologist told me to call the shot when he puts in a new lens. Recently I came across your eye drop formula via a medical subscription letter and will pick that up this week from a compounding pharmacy. Your post is now several years old, so I would appreciate your feedback from your use of these drops.

As all know, I am SJS, and should have been taking a supplement to help prevent this from happening at all. I will be smart in the next life if I don't come back as a goat. Tests have shown that your aging eye gets depleted of Glutathione and that is the main substance in the eye drop formula that you recommend. My wife's anti- aging doctor put her on NAC supplement because she was low on Glutathione and NAC is the precussor. I now do compounded Gluthathione via a nebulizer, but that's too late for my eyes.

All I read from the natural folks is that it's the free radicals which get you as you age and your natural anti-oxidant , Glutathione, goes down. You can build that back with the NAC supplement , or expensive I.V.'s or inhaling the compound via a nebulizer. I am now convinced that Glutathione is a big deal for folks as they age. Thank you or others, who can shed some light on the topic of Glutathione eye drops to cure cataracts.

====OLE ROBERT HENRY=========

Replied by Bev
Fl
09/25/2015
You can make your own cataract/macular degeneration eye drops: My eye surgeon (God) would not give me an Rx for these eye drops--he thought it was homeopathic nonsense. However, you can make your own.

1/2 oz. 99.99% DMSO, 1/2 oz. distilled water, 2-3 pinches finely ground glutathione powder. Some people use MSM instead of DMSO. Boil the glass dropper and the bottle to sterilize. These don't sting my eyes, but they may sting yours.

I had cataract surgery on one eye and this formula clouded that lens: DMSO is a solvent. I wish I'd never had the surgery but allowed my son to talk me into it.

You can also make your own liposomal glutathione. One doctor is reversing macular degeneration with glutathione injections but the liposome form is even more powerful. You can buy all the equipment you need for less than the cost of one Dr.'s appointment.

If you want to make your own liposomes, you'll find plenty of YouTube videos showing you how. I use sunflower lecithin instead of the soy the videos use. Also, you need to process glutathione for about 30 minutes as it takes longer to encapsulate than vitamin C.


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Posted by Larry (Fairfax, Virginia) on 07/31/2014

Has anyone found glutathione helpful for diminishing cataracts? If so, what daily dosage taken and length of time for results, etc.? Thanks.

Replied by Robin
Michigan, USA
09/28/2014
I have used the Rx (1.25% ascorbic acid, 1.25% glutathione, 6.25% DMSO) for about six months ... started with one drop in each eye twice a day ... now doing one drop in each eye every other day. Have not gone for eye exam for objective opinion on reduction of low-level cataracts but I have noticed much clearer vision and better vision in lower levels of light. Previously had to have very bright light levels to see clearly close up. So, it appears to be working effectively for me. Hope this helps give some perspective to this treatment.
Replied by J.
Nyc
03/23/2015
Where do you get the dmso/glutathione./vit. eye drops? I have searched online, but you need a prescription and my eye Dr. does not believe in them. Thanks.
Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
03/23/2015
HI U J, , , , , , , , , your eye doctor does not believe in this because he makes more money by installing a new lens. You have to get a prescription from any MD and have it filled by a compounding pharmacist. I used the one from Dr Robert Rowan's news letter. It did contain DMSO, Glutathione and Vit C, but I forgot the %. Go to his site and see if it's still available. I did post this on EC so it's in their files somers, which is Southern for somewhere.

========ORH===========


EC: Hi J and ORH, this might be the formula, on this page. ORH, can you confirm this is what you had compounded? I'm sure a lot will be interested.

http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/cataracts2.html

Posted by Ron (Platteville, Colorado Usa) on 07/29/2011

[YEA] Get rid of cataracts without surgery.

Just have the eye doctor call the nearest compounding pharmacy and ask for the following formulation. DMSO 6.25% Glutathione 1.25% Vitamin C 1.25%.

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile, Tn.
03/23/2015
YEP, , , , , , , , that will work. =====ORH=====

EC: Thanks.


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Posted by Laureen Raftopulos (Johannesburg, South Africa) on 12/17/2007
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Glyconutrients were given to my mother on 15-dec-2007 for Cataracts and Glaucoma. My mom is blind in on eye and has 40% vision in the other eye. It has not yet been 2 weeks and already she can read without her glasses on. My mom is 82 and Glaucoma would've lead to blindness. We are thrilled with the results.

Replied by Hasan
Islamabad, Pakistan
10/30/2008
Under the topic of Cataracts on 12/17/2007, a Laureen Raftopulos from Johannesburg, South Africa wrote that her mother was given GLYCONUTRIENTS that cured her cataracts within a week. I would appreciate if you could obtain the exact types glyconutrients (brand name, manufacturer, chemical composition & the dosage involved) or otherwise provide me Laureens email to contact her for the details. Thanks & Regards Hasan
Replied by Jaya
Detroit, Michigan, Usa
10/30/2009
I would appreciate it if you could obtain the exact types glyconutrients (brand name, manufacturer, chemical composition & the dosage involved) or otherwise provide me Laureens email to contact her for the details. Thank you! Wishing you best of health. Regards Jaya.
Replied by Linda
Mount Clemens, Michigan, Usa
01/05/2010
I am also interested in exactly what glyconutrients Laureen mother was given and in what quantities or dosage.

I would appreciate it if you would pass this e-mail along to Laureen and give her my e-mail so she can contact me directly with the information please.

I have cataracts and am looking at surgery if I don't find another alternative!

Thank you and wishing you all the best in 2010!

Linda H

EC: Please type "glyconutrients" into a search engine and you will see the word "SCAM" appear repeatedly. We used to have a page on glyconutrients (with mostly negative reviews) but ended up deleting it last year after receiving an email from the legal department of a certain glyconutrient company!

Another thing to note is the date of the original poster's email - 12/2007. We received a few posts on glyconutrients between 2007 - 2009, but they all stopped after February 2009, when a maker of glyconutrients agreed to pay $6 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the Texas attorney general. The state alleged that the company made false claims about its health benefits and marketed products as cures and treatments for diseases.

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Florida
06/16/2015
Thank you so much, Earth Clinic, for the study and answer to why we can stop looking for that. I don't make a move without you!!!

Honey Jatai  

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Posted by Marilda (Porto Alegre, Brazil) on 05/12/2016
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Here in Brazil we have a kind of honey named "Mel de Jataí" that folk people believe to cure cataract. I have been using it in my eyes and feel a great improvement. It is necessary to use one drop a day in each eye for two months and the cataract will vanish. I was diagnosed with cataract a few months ago. You may research for a correspondent honey in English. I think it is worth trying.


EC: Here's an excerpt on Honey Jatai from Brazil that we found online.

..."The honey of jataí bees is sought after for its medicinal properties and immunological, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative, expectorant, desensitizing and antibacterial effects. It is also effective for swollen eyes and treatment of cataracts."

Source: http://www.fondazioneslowfood.com/en/ark-of-taste-slow-food/jatai-stingless-bee-honey/


Lemon  

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Posted by Fil (Portugal) on 04/16/2016
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Cataracts:

Lemon juice or a dozen lemon drops (+/-) in a little water (boiled and cooled to room temperature) and wash your open eyes with it. As your eyes get better it will sting less and less. Sometime in the beginning of last century there was a doctor who dissected both normal and cataractic eyes. The striking difference he found was the lack of vitamin C in the middle of the cataractic eyes. This you can do forever.

Castor oil also works as it has a lot of omega oils. But you need to make sure it comes from a reputable source. That means that it probable brings a certificate of analysis with it. The reason being that some of the producers may not have the means/habit of being thorough about its purity. If you can get it from a chemists that is ideal.

The ideal is probably, much later on after recovery, and only every so often to put a few castor oil drops before bedtime.

What I found is that the reversal has to be maintained and every case is different. So you need to pay attention to your individual needs.

To be safe you do not put anything in your eyes that you would not eat/drink. (the inverse is not true! :D)

Serrapeptase is really good. Make sure you are not (at the same time) taking meds to thin the blood.

You should also eat raw leaf greens + 1 carrot (medium size - there are daily limits - this is safe) + green apple. And whatever other raw (organic preferably) veg or fruit you wish. You can either do a smoothie or juice it.

Another important thing is to do eye exercises (never force). You will find useful ones on youtube.


Posted by Raphael (Bangkok) on 08/09/2013

For cataracts, try taking fresh lemon and pt 1 drop on each eye. Its burns, you'll cry a bit but it will help to clean the eye and keep it healthy. You can do the same with wild honey!! It works even for colds -- some honey in the eye will dry your nose!!


N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine, Colloidal Silver  

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Posted by Yohanan (Israel) on 10/10/2013

Cataracts can now be easily removed without surgery using drops. These drops use a chelation process to remove cataracts, which are advanced glycation end products, from the lens.The drops contain N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine and colloidal silver and can be found on the internet. A crust will form outside the eye as the cataracts are removed.

Replied by Prioris
Fl
10/10/2013
Due to the expense of Can-C, I plan on making my own eye drops with Acetyl-L-Carnosine powder. I will use 100 mg of ALC powder in 5 ml of distilled water to make 2% solution. Is there anything else I need to know?
Replied by Yohanan
Israel
10/11/2013
Your ingredient proportions are incorrect - see cataract articles on Out of the Box Remedies dot net for more information. The Cataract Terminator is much cheaper than CAN-C, and at least twice as effective. It can be ordered cheaply from the Out of the Box Remedies dot COM website. Also, the N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine will cost you a minimum of $300 for 100 mg!
Replied by Prioris
Fl
10/11/2013
The price helps make the cure economically accessible to way more people. If people still can't afford it even at that price then they can make it themselves.

I don't think I have cataracts yet but I'd rather be proactive. Plus it seems to cure a broad spectrum of eye problems and could produce crystal clear vision over time.

Replied by Mike
Denver, Colorado
10/11/2013
N-acetyl-l-carnosine can be purchased on amazon for hardly anything. Can you just mix the nac with water to make your own home made solution?
Replied by Prioris
Fl
10/12/2013
I found an online place where one can buy 10 grams of N-acetyl-l-carnosine powder for around $40. Did not find it on amazon.

1 ml of water equals 1 gram. To make 2 percent solution one for 100 mg in water, there would need to be 2 mg of substance added to the water.

Technically, one would need to adjust density of water to account for colloidal solution so one could eye ball it. I don't think it would need to be exact.

I don't have any financial interest in the product but I do think that the cataract terminator is still a good price for people who don't want to muck with the do it yourself stuff so many will prefer the already made solution. One may also need to buy a machine to make the colloidal silver. Also something to measure small amounts and the bottle. Given the varying economic, time and other situations of people, the more options one has the better.

Replied by Mike
Denver, Colorado
10/13/2013
Prioris: The company that sells the 1 gram of nac for $40 is reputable. The cost is 6 times less than the eye drops. People could put some in a tsp. of water and let that dissolve through the gums to dissolve glycation and ages in the organs and tissues of the body bypassing the digestive system. The digestion may denature the nac. I am not sure but to be sure they can let the nac dissolve through the gums.
Replied by Dev
California
11/23/2014
Hi,

Where can I find an online company to purchase a small amount of NAC to make ny own eyedrops for cataracts? Thanks, Dev

Replied by Vlc
London
05/27/2016
NAC is quite acidic so you'll need to add something like Potassium Bicarbonate to neutralise the acid.

Peperomia Pellucida  

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Posted by Jean Marc (Miami, Fl) on 10/19/2009

In the phillipine this plant have several names: Ulasimang Bato | Pansit-Pansitan (Peperomia pellucida) -

It is effective in fighting cataracts, arthritis and gout. The leaves can be eaten fresh (about a cupful) as salad or like tea. For the decoction, boil a cup of clean chopped leaves in 2 cups of water. Boil for 15 to 20 minutes. Strain, let cool and drink a cup after meals (3 times day).


Posted by Tan Koon Peng (Singapore) on 06/20/2008

A nun in Malaysia discovered that Peperomia pellucida is a cure for cataract by chance. Her family have been using this plant for all kinds of eye diseases for over a hundred years. She takes this plant for her eyes when she has cataract as this is a great plant for eyes disease.

Two weeks later she felt that her eyes were painful, she immediately rub her eyes and to her surprise the thin films covering her eyes were on her finger and her vision is clear once again.A fter this incident she recommanded this plant to lots of cataract patients and all of them also managed to get rid of their cataract without any operation.This plant is a very useful medicine and may be taken raw or cooked.

This plant is also useful for presbyopia, glaucoma, Astigmatism, all other eye diseases, Cancer and many other diseases. In vietnam this plant is eaten raw as a salad.

Pics of
Peperomia pellucida http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/flora-kiuic/p/peperomia_pellucida.html

Replied by Evelyn
Philadelphia, PA
10/06/2008
WHERE CAN I ACQUIRE THIS HERB?
Replied by Steffi
Mumbai, India
10/14/2008
Appreciate if we can get some information as to where we can procure this plant and how it grows. Thanks
Replied by Yash
Mumbai, India
10/30/2008
Peperomia Pellucida is called Toyakandha and Varshabhoo in SANSKRIT, Mashitandu Chedi in MALYALAM. It grows in wasteland, along roadside throughout India and western ghat OF Maharastra during rainy season. Though used in Ayurvedic medicine I could not find any formulation yet. Try Ayurvedic medical stores in the south.
Replied by Richard Young
Cebu City, Cebu Province, Philippines
02/04/2009
Hi, This is Richard Young again. Thank you for your "caution". Unfortunately, it was not the answer I was looking for. I repeat my question about peperomia use. How do you use it for cataracts? Do you squeeze it on to your eyes or what?
Replied by Richard Young
Cebu City, Cebu Province; Philippines
01/28/2009
Based on the picture, this weed grows in my backyard. How is it used for cataracts? I have a cataract on my right eye which I want to remove. Do I squeeze the juice into my right eye? Or do I just eat the weed?
Replied by BJ
West Branch, MI, USA
02/06/2009
I am seeing my eye doctor to have him set up an appointment for the eye surgeon to have my cataracts removed. I would like to try this remedy. How do you go about it? Do you put it right on your eye? Thanks, this is the first time I have ever seen your site and I can't tell you how much time I have spent on it. It is in my favorites to visit again and again.
Replied by Richard
Cebu City, Cebu; Philippines
02/18/2009
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Cataracts and piperomia Pellucida: No answers yet on how to use this herb?
Replied by DrJ
Mumbai, India
04/05/2009
It seems that in Ayurveda, Peperomia pellucida "Skiny Bush" (its common english name) is it only used for infectious diseases of the skin. Although it is now being study as a possible anti arthritis drug its not traditionally used for that nor eye diseases. It is used in Africa for eye diseases and in Creole Medicine (Trinadad) for its antibacterial properties. As far as use for eye diseases it seems that the milky juice from stem and leaves are used traditionally for eye diseases. So tablet form may not benificial nor is it available that i can see so far?

Any natural cateract treatment like this must include cleansing dietary protocol to be totally effective. All forms of topical eye treatment for cateracts will fall short unless internal toxins are addressed.

There is a fantastic book in India called "Health in your Hands" By Devendra Vora which details a Cateract cure using a holistic protocol. He claims that poor flow of blood and "electricity", pituitary gland damage, and local lymph gland toxicity causes Cateracts. The sugar toxins that build up in the eye are not removed and "throw of carbon". The carbon causes this transparency! He also states that excess heat that accumulates in the liver has built up and due to suppression of fever and common cold etc. over the years with modern pharma drugs the heat never gets released from the body so over time the liver overheats. This goes in check with the Traditional Chinese Medicine view very well! Liver=Eyes!

Rx: Triphala powder internally as a eye wash diluted in water overnight acts to cure the problem combined with drinking colloidal mineral waters combined with hand reflex and local eye area acupressure treatment. Also cleansing diet of green juices and whole foods. Eye exercises are included such as looking into the sun at sunrise/sunset and doing eye rolling exercises and palming. He also mentions urine therapy also which was used by Indian Prime Minister Desai for his cateract problem.

At present i have given this treatment to several patients which is similar as above but more simple and easier to understand the complicated explanation in the book. At present there has been complete reduction of worsening of the condition and improvement is occuring but its not happening overnight.
Replied by Tan Koon Peng
Singapore
08/31/2009
Cataract: Just eat Peperomia pellucida raw on empty stomach or boil and drink the water.
Replied by Guest Mother
Toronto, Canada
09/17/2009
I have 2 questions for Dr J from Bombay.

1) What is the cause of cogenital cataract.
2) My daughter was born with. Docs removed the lens to remove the cataract. Is there any possible way to improve her vision as docs say that they can fix lens but she still needs to wear glasses to fix far off vision. Please help.

Replied by Specwiz
Sydney, Australia
11/28/2009
To Guest Mother from Toronto, according to leading Sydney eye surgeon Richard Rawson, lens implants of different focus can be used, one side for distance and the other eye for near vision which generally avoids the need for glasses. Apparently the brain selects the correct focus at any distance automatically. He also discourages the use of variable focus implant lenses as they do not work and cause glaring.
Replied by Guest Mother
Toronto, Canada
11/30/2009
Thank you so much for the reply. In my daughter's case, cataract was there only in one eye. Her right eye is completely normal with good eye sight. So the problem of near and far vision is only for left eye. Please advise if the strategy will work in this case too.
Replied by Prairieboy
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
02/19/2010
Seeds are available from this site: www.tropilab.com
Replied by Gracenmercy
Blythe, Ga, Usa
02/24/2010
I am writing to ask Prairieboy if basic planting, etc is best for these seeds. Do they need lots of water or little? Thank you so much for giving us this means to secure the plants.
graceNmercy
Replied by Drj
Bombay, India
10/11/2010
Galactosemia Causes Congenital Cataracts most of the time! The Dairy products you eat during Pregnancy! Termed Galactosemic cataract!!!!

EC: More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galactosemic_cataract

Replied by Sherie
Lakewood, Colorado
02/20/2011
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WARNING regarding the testimonial for this herb and it supossedly curing cataracts (posted 6/20/2008 from a Tan Koon Peng) which stated: "Two weeks later she felt that her eyes were painful, she immediately rub her eyes and to her surprise the thin films covering her eyes were on her finger and her vision is clear once again. "

CATARACTS ARE NOT A SURFACE CONDITION OF THE EYE - they are a clouding of the "lense" of the eye which sits behind the Iris and Pupil. (the above is a physical impossibility!!! )

As an FYI - I have spent many years researching cataract causes/hopeful cures. I had my 1st cataract surgery when I was 35 yrs old. As with any disease I believe there is a necessity to understand the "cause" which is often (and still is in my case) a mystery. Even with all the doctors I visited (and got educated from) the most valuable information I gathered was from NORD (the National Organization for Rare Disorders). I believe they list/describe about 19 different Cataracts. Though cataracts are far from "rare" the knowledge and descriptions listed there could educate more than a few of the doctors I have seen over the years and definitely enlightened me on my quest for a cause and a cure. YES, you do have to pay for any reports you order (this site is aimed at assisting Docs/medical community as well) but in my case it was well worth it and didn't cost that much!


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