by Yohanan Burket
There are numerous eye problems that can occur, with cataracts being the most common. Within the past few years, an amazing formulation using the amino acid N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine can actually extract the cataract out of the porous lens.
However, other eye problems exist that are unaffected by these special drops, such as retinal problems. This is because the retina is on the inside of the eye and is unreachable using any kind of eye drops. It is well known that many sufferers of cataracts may also have other eye problems, notably macular degeneration, which is caused by poor circulation in the capillaries of the eye, particularly around the retina. Diabetics are especially prone to macular degeneration, sometimes called diabetic retinopathy. This is especially true of those who have had diabetes for at least 10 years.
For Eye Problems, Consult an Ophthalmologist
An ophthalmologist can correctly diagnose eye problems, and is highly recommended before taking any approach to solving eye problems. The ophthalmologist is not the same as an optometrist or optician, the latter two being specialized in prescribing corrective lenses. The ophthalmologist can perform eye diagnosis and surgery. The ophthalmologist can tell you if you have macular generation, floaters, glaucoma, cataracts or some combination thereof. Diabetics sometimes have both cataracts and macular degeneration, and the method of solving each problem is different.
Solving Macular Degeneration Problems
If you think that you have cataracts and decide to try Cataract Terminator drops, you will not solve your vision problems entirely if you also have macular degeneration. Macular degeneration problems arise because of poor circulation, a problem of the elderly and diabetics, in general. The dictionary definition of macular degeneration is as follows:
“Macular degeneration – a gradual loss of the central part of the field of vision usually affecting both eyes that occurs especially in the elderly and that in a slowly progressing form is marked especially by accumulation of yellow deposits in and thinning of the macula lutea and in a rapidly progressing form by scarring produced by bleeding and fluid leakage below the macula lutea.”
“Macula lutea – the macula lutea is a small yellowish area lying slightly lateral to the center of the retina that constitutes the region of maximum visual acuity ― called also yellow spot.”
Source for both definitions: Merriam Webster Collegiate dictionary.
Macular degeneration is caused by poor circulation, which can be remedied with circulation-building natural substances, such as:
- Hawthorn berry
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Olive leaf
The problem of macular degeneration (diabetic retinopathy) is solved using a special Blood Pressure Reducer formula from Out of the Box Remedies, which contains the above items to dilate the small capillaries in the eyes.
The Blood Pressure Reducer has the added benefit of preventing heart attacks and numerous other problems associated with poor circulation, such as cold feet and hands.
In addition, the following items should be taken orally for optimum eye health:
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Glutathione Complex
- Vitamin C
- Cherries (fresh, dried, or frozen)
- Blueberries (Bilberries (fresh, dried, or frozen)
A new Glaucoma Arrestor formula is now available from Out of the Box remedies that contains the most important items listed above. the Glaucoma Arrestor is not only good for glaucoma, but for eye problems in general, such as diabetic retinopathy.
Just as important as taking these substances is the elimination of sugar from the diet, as much as possible.