by Yohanan Burket
It gives me great pleasure to know that I am offering a product that tangibly helps people or pets with cataracts almost immediately, and inexpensively. Even I was amazed at the results, as this recent, unedited email shows:
“The eye drops are for my 13year old dog (Hooch). I have been using the can c drops since February ,but have seen no improvement , his one eye is now almost blind,
and the other has now started developing a cataract. I sure hope I have better luck with your 2 percent solution. Also how often do I administer the drops to him for
maximum results, and can a person over do it and cause more damage than good? Thanks a lot Brenda”
I received the above letter in October, so this means that her dog saw no improvement in vision even after taking these CAN-C drops for over seven months! Now see what happened after taking the Cataract Terminator drops:
Just a few days after receiving the 2% Cataract Terminator drops, Brenda wrote again:
“I received the eye drops a couple of days ago that I ordered for our dog Hooch. I don’t know if we’re imagining it but we’re sure we can already see an improvement in his vision, is this possible? I am putting the eye drops in every few hours during the day. Oh and by the way my maiden last name is Birkett,, spelt slightly different but I’m sure pronounced the same, not a very common name at all in Canada, just thought I’d mention it. Thanks alot Brenda. Will keep you posted.”
These drops, called Cataract Terminator, are at least twice as strong as anything else on the market, and in a relatively large, 1 oz (30 ml) dropper bottle. The competition only offers two 5-ml bottles, or only one-third that offered by Out of the Box Remedies.
Of the dozens of orders I’ve received, only three complaints were received. The first complaint was that the drops did not work, but that is because the complainer did not bother to check with an ophthalmologist to verify he actually had cataracts. I strongly suspect he has macular degeneration, which is on the back side of the eye. Nevertheless, I gave him a full refund on his order.
The other two complaints came from people who took the strong, 2% Cataract Terminator drops every three hours every day for two weeks. Soreness around the eyes was the complaint. I’ve updated my blog entitled “Using Cataract Terminator Eye Drops” to deal with this problem, which I repeat here:
“After a few days, the eyes may become sore. In this case, it is recommended that the user reduce the number of times a day that the drops are taken to say, once per day (as opposed to once every three hours). If the eyes are still sore, reduce the frequency of application further, like once every other day. Another way to minimize irritation is to keep the drops refrigerated so that there is a cooling effect upon the eyes.”
http://outoftheboxrmedies.com and scroll down the page to Cataract Terminator to obtain basic information on these drops.