When the lens of the eye becomes clouded by cataract it reduces the passage of light entering the eye – if light can’t get in then you can’t see out properly. This can also be likened to a glass that has been put through a dishwasher too many times and the glass has become white and cloudy. The usual symptoms of cataract included cloudy and less clear vision; as if you are looking at the world through a frosted glass window. There may also be a change in colour perception and as cataracts often affects one eye greater than the other to start with this can also reduce your depth perception. If you try and cover one eye and look at the world everything then appears flat and two dimensional as you need clear images from both of your eyes to see things clearly in three dimensions. Another common symptom of cataract is to see halos around lights and you may begin to start being bothered by the headlights of oncoming cars when driving at night. If you suffer any of these symptoms then you should consult your qualified health professional for a thorough eye examination to determine of you have cataract or any other eye disease developing. The sooner cataract is diagnosed the sooner it can be treated.
Currently the most common treatment for cataract is to have cataract surgery where a small incision is made in the eye and the old lens is then cut up and removed by being sucked out with a very small vacuum device. It is one of the most successful operations ever developed but as with any surgical procedure there can be complications and if the operation fails the patient can be left in one eye. It is for this reason that cataract surgeons will only operate on one eye at a time. The failure rate is only approximately 1% but this still means that one person out of every hundred people operated on will be left blind in one eye.
Thankfully there is now a new and non-invasive cataract treatment without surgery, which utilises a simple course of NAC eye drops which are applied hourly throughout the day. The NAC eye drops penetrate the cornea at the front of the eye and deliver the NAC to the lens inside of the eye where they go to work reversing the cross-linking of proteins and thus restore the natural lens back to full clarity once again. The average time taken to dissolve cataract using this method is six weeks; mild to moderate cataract can take less time than this and more severe mature cataract can take longer, but six weeks is the average time taken for most people to see the benefits. The NAC are all natural and are not a drug; there are no know adverse side-effects or contraindications and they are also beneficial for many other eye diseases especially glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration.
As with any new medical breakthrough it will still take many years to be generally accepted by the medical profession. This is also hindered greatly by the fact that cataract surgery has turned into such a massive business which is estimated to be worth $6.8 billion a year in the States alone. So there is understandable much resistance to the possibility that a simple course of NAC eye drops could replace this entire industry and thousands of people’s livelihoods into the bargain. So unfortunately it will still be quite some time before this new treatment becomes widely recognised and accepted but in the meantime more and more people are treating themselves very successfully in the comfort of their own homes.
After the Richard & Judy TV Show trials shown on the video above, Moorfield’s Eye Hospital was on the phone up in arms about the programme as they said it was impossible to have a cataract treatment without surgery by using a simple course of eye drops, but obviously they would say that as cataract surgery is their main core business. But try telling that to the three subjects in the TV show trials who’s results were confirmed by Vision Express in the Strand in London. Before using the NAC eye drops they all had cataract of varying degrees of severity and after just six weeks of treatment using the drops their cataracts had dissolved and their vision had greatly improved.
Shortly after the programme, Professor Steven Charles Gallant and I had an appointment with a leading eye surgeon at St. Thomas’s Hospital in London. We showed him the eye drops for cataracts and presented our research and findings backed up peer-reviewed clinical trial evidence. He studied everything thoroughly and then looked at us both and said; “This sounds wonderful… but please only sell them in Africa and India as I have a one and a half million pounds a year cataract business…”
Finally, a fourteen year old boy who successfully treated himself with our NAC eye drops, after his eye surgeon had told him that it was impossible and eye drops couldn’t possibly dissolve cataract, summed up the situation perfectly when he said; “I didn’t expect the eye surgeon to say anything different when I first asked him about the eye drops for cataract as it’s just like asking turkey’s to vote on Thanksgiving…”
One open-minded Doctor in the United States also confirmed this when he wrote the following in the penultimate paragraph of his news letter about cataract eye drops:
The enormous benefits of NAC eye drops should be the topic of every nightly newscast and front-page headlines on every newspaper – but you and I both know that just won’t happen. Cataract surgery and cataract treatment has become too big of a business. With the oldest of the baby boomers just now beginning to reach the age where cataracts starts to form, the condition will become a surgical “cash cow”.
You can read his full news article here: http://cataractsnews.com
This is the comprehensive list of eye diseases which Ethos Bright Eyes NAC Eye Drops will address:
- Intraocular Pressure Associated With Glaucoma
- Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
- Vitreous Opacities and Lesions
- Computer Vision Syndrome
- Contact Lens Disorders
- Ocular Inflammation
- Dry Eye Syndrome
- Corneal Disorders
- Chronic Eye Strain
- Retinal disease
- Blurred vision
So now it is possible to treat cataracts without surgery and we strongly suggest that you consider them as an option before going under the surgeons knife. Yes, cataracts surgery is the most successful operation there is; with a 99% success rate but, as with any surgical procedure, things sometimes can and do go wrong and that is why they will only operate on one eye at a time. For the unfortunate 1% of people who are left blind in one eye, the surgeons then won’t operate on the remaining good eye in fear of the same thing happening again and so for those poor people our eye drops are then the only possible option left open for them to keep their sight in their still remaining good eye. So if it wasn’t for our Bright Eyes drops, they would ultimately end up completely blind.
Bright Eyes eye drops are safe to use alongside any other prescribed medication; just leave at least a thirty-minute interval between applying each different type of eye drops. Ethos Bright Eyes drops are 100% hypoallergenic and 100% free from animal ingredients and so can be freely used by both vegetarians and vegans. Bright Eyes Drops are also fine to use with both hard and soft contact lenses. Simply remove the contact lenses and apply one drop into each eye being treated and then wait for one minute for the cataracts eye drops to be absorbed into the eye and then put the contact lenses back in again.
Cataract is a clouding of the crystalline lens located inside of the eye. This lens is normally clear and transparent but when cataract sets in it becomes clouded which impairs the subject’s vision. Cataract is a cross-linking of proteins within the crystalline lens structure which can be caused by old age, diabetes, trauma induced or from the use of some drugs, especially steroidal drugs. If the cataract is left untreated it will eventually lead to blindness and is currently the most common cause of blindness in the world with an estimated seventeen million people who are blind due to this dibilitating eye disease and twenty-eight thousand new cases are reported daily.