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Eye Drops For Cataracts

Eye Drops For Cataracts

It has recently been claimed (either in the media, or on the internet), that N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) could possibly be a cure for cataracts.

Eye drops for cataracts have been used in Russia for a long time, although this typically referes to L-carnosine – not  N-Acetyl-Carnosine which is clinically established as suitable for use in the eye.

The effectiveness of eye drops for cataracts is limited to only a small number of individual trials, and reports of usage in Russia and china.

At the time of writing, a full 5 month course of eye drops for cataracts would cost roughly $500. A cataracts operation (for both eyes) would typically cost $6000.

If the eye drops for cataracts are proven to work, their potential would be amazing. 

However, as no in-depth trails have been undertaken, and there are no guarantees, you are in actual fact taking a $500 gamble – or you are actually becoming a “Ginny pig”. The eye drop method would also be carried out at home, without supervision or guidance. A Cataracts operation, despite being daunting, is actually a very common procedure with a very high success rate, carried out by trained professionals who know exactly what they are doing and have done the procedure many times before.

Ethos Endymion Bright Eyes – are the actual brand that has had the most press coverage in the UK – being featured on a popular UK morning TV show, and in a large daily newspaper.