An innovative new method now exists to get rid of cataracts by simply applying a special type of eye drops containing N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine, which Out of the Box Remedies calls Cataract Terminator drops, enabling cataract removal without surgery.
What are Cataracts?
A cataract is a cloudy area within the lens of the eye, causing blurry or hazy vision. Cataracts are the accumulation of Advanced Glycation End products (AGEs) within the lens of the eye. Glycation is the bonding of a protein or fat molecule with sugar. Thus, diabetics or anyone ingesting excessive sugar and/or bad oils is more prone to having cataracts. Bad oils are those that contain Trans fats, which are found in abundance in typical cooking oils on grocery store shelves. We have observed a cat whose eyes become less cloudy after ingesting natural cod liver oil.
Dangers of Cataract Surgery
Until recently, surgery was the only option for removing cataracts.
During most cataract operations, the lens of the eye is replaced by an artificial intraocular lens implant (IOL).
Cataract surgery is said to be a highly successful operation, yet one patient in ten still has complications. According to the Mayo clinic (http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/cataract-surgery/MY00164/DSECTION=risks), these complications include:
- Retinal detachment
- Secondary cataract (hazy or blurry vision caused by opacity of the posterior capsule)
Another reason to avoid cataract surgery is the cost. It typically costs $3,271 for cataract surgery for each eye, as can be seen by the information at http://www.healthcarebluebook.com/page_Results.aspx?id=123&dataset=MD
Not only is cataract surgery expensive, it also carries with it the risk of post-surgery complications. According to WEBMD, floaters are more likely after cataract surgery, and there is also the risk of the lens implant becoming cloudy over time. If the implanted lens becomes cloudy months or years after the first cataract surgery, another surgery is required.
Advantages of Cataract Terminator Drops
The Cataract Terminator drops are:
- Much safer than surgery – There are none of the risks associated with surgery
- Cataracts are gone for good – This cannot be said for surgery; the artificial implanted lens could cloud up again, requiring another expensive surgery with all its risks. A simple maintenance program using the Cataract Terminator drops would prevent any future problems with cataracts.
- A treatment you can perform yourself – Why take off time from work or other activities just for surgery? The treatment is simple and only takes a minute or so.
- Inexpensive – A years’ supply of Cataract Terminator drops for both eyes is only $315, compared to 2 x $3,271 for surgery.
- Superior to the competition – Cataract Terminator at 2% strength is two times stronger than competitors’ products at 1% strength. Therefore, results will be twice as fast. When you order Cataract Terminator, you automatically receive the 2% strength formula unless you specify otherwise.
How Cataract Terminator Drops Work
Over time, advanced glycation products form in the eyes. These semi-opaque particles cloud the lens of the eye. Glycation is defined as the combining of protein and/or fat molecules with sugar. Someone who is diabetic (has high blood sugar) is therefore more prone to get cataracts. These protein/fat/sugar particles remain in the lens of the eye, as the body cannot dispose of them. This is where the Cataract Terminator drops come into play. The active ingredient in the drops is called N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine, which we shall abbreviate as NALC. This particular form of carnosine is able to penetrate the porous lens of the eye and attach itself to the protein/fat/sugar particles known as cataracts. This new particle, which for simplicity can be called a protein/fat/sugar/NALC (P/F/S/NALC) particle, is now in a form in which the body can expel from the eye.
When one uses the drops, they can expect to see gunk coming out of their eyes, which actually makes vision worse temporarily. After these foreign P/F/S/NALC particles leave the lens, they leave a mess on the surface of the eye. The problem resolves itself automatically via nature’s cleansing process: by blinking and teardrops.
To eliminate the possibility of infection, Cataract Terminator contains colloidal silver (free silver ions floating in a distilled water base). Colloidal silver is known to kill over 600 types of pathogens, and was the antibiotic of choice by the medical establishment before the so-called “miracle drug” called penicillin came along. And penicillin is nothing more than fungus, which can cause fungal infections! This is the reason why doctors are hesitant to prescribe antibiotics, because virtually all the ones they prescribe are fungus!
I spray my eyes with colloidal silver whenever my eyes are irritated, so it is perfectly safe to use. There is no discomfort or pain whatsoever.
What Cataract Drops and Surgery Cannot Do
It is advisable that an ophthalmologist diagnose your eye condition before you do anything, as neither surgery nor the Cataract Terminator drops can resolve the problems of glaucoma, macular degeneration, or floaters. If you have floaters before surgery or before using the Cataract Terminator drops, you will still have them afterwards. This is because floaters are related to problems within the jelly-like substance inside the eye, not the lens.
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