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Bright Eyes Drops for Cataracts

Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for Cataracts

At Ethos Natural Health, we believe in the power of everything natural and herbal. Consequently, we created a wide range of eye care products and other health supplements for a better health and well-being. Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for Cataracts are currently the most effective non-surgical treatment for cataracts. These N-Acetyl-Carnosine based eye drops launched to frame in December 2003 on the Richard and Judy TV show. Since then they have maintained the number one position of being our best selling products.

Read on to know why…

The most common cause for blindness worldwide is cataracts. A cataract is caused as a result of clouding of the lens due to a cross-linking of proteins. As a result, light cannot pass through the lens to be focused on the retina. This process is called opacification.

An estimated 17 million people have lost their eyesight to cataract, while over 28,000 new cases are reported every day globally…

Cataract can be treated by inserting an artificial lens in place of the damaged one during an operation called phacoemulsification surgery, or cataract surgery for short. Though doctors suggest that it’s a simple procedure, cataract surgery is not always free of complications. Retinal detachment and endopthalmitis are the most common complications that present themselves after cataract surgery. As the name suggests, retinal detachment occurs due to the peeling off of the retina from its supporting tissue. Initially the patient suffers from blurred vision, floating spots and light flashes. If untreated, this can lead to permanent blindness after 72 hours. Endopthalmitis on the other hand is a condition of inflammation of the coating on the inner eye that can cause sudden blindness.

But it contrast, with Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for Cataracts you no longer have to undergo expensive risk-involving surgeries. Our eye drops are the best, pain free, non-surgical treatment for cataracts currently available to reverse the effects of cataract over a period of six weeks.

Yes, you read it right, just six weeks…

First introduced by world-renowned biochemist Professor Steven Charles Gallant, these eye Drops contain a special L-Carnosine derivate called N-Acetyl-Carnosine, or NAC for short. L-Carnosine is a naturally occurring compound highly concentrated in muscle and brain tissues, but reduces over time as we age; by approximately 10% per year after the age of thirty. L-Carnosine is an excellent antiglycating agent and also a super-antioxidant that works by reversing the cross linking of proteins in the lens of the eye. When applied topically, the NAC eye drops penetrate through the cornea into the aqueous humour below. These drops also protect the lipid tissues against damage from light and free radical damage.

Bright Eyes Drops For Cataracts

A clinical trial study by Professor Wang in China was carried out on ninety-six patients diagnosed with cataracts of varying severity. The patients were asked to put one to two drops a day into the affected eye.

The study showed a success rate of 80% in the advanced stages of cataracts, and 100% in mild to moderate cataracts over a period of six months.

Our research did not stop there. The treatment period has now been reduced to just six weeks by simply applying the eye drops more frequently throughout the day. So we now recommend applying one drop hourly throughout the day into each eye being treated; nine to ten times a day is ideal. Apart from naturally dissolving cataracts, these eye drops are also good for general eye care and for generally improving vision and clarity.

Your choice now should be a fairly simple one – $6,000 for invasive cataract surgery for your eyes or $400 for a simple 6-week course of Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for Cataracts. We already think we know your answer!


   N.B. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any medical condition and it has not been evaluated by the FDA.

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  1. Great product Just ethos cure my cataracts

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