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Overview A Cataract is a progressive clouding of the eye's natural lens. It is a gradual blurring of vision, it affects quality of life and is also the leading cause of blindness. Most cases of cataracts develop gradually over time and occur primarily in middle to old age. However, it is possible that cataracts may form at any age. Because of the gradual onset of cataract symptoms, cataracts are often mistakenly considered to be a natural consequence of aging, allowing symptoms to progress undetected until it is too late to reverse the damage they can cause...

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    trews / January 31, 2014, 9:14 am

    I appreciate this information to help cure cataracts. Thanks for sharing.

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    Marley Smith Natural Cures Staff / September 13, 2013, 8:48 am

    Hi Barbara,

    We recommend contacting our dotor on for more advice.


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    Cancelled babstea / September 13, 2013, 1:27 am

    My doctor said that my cataracts were white rather than dark. I am not even sure it is a cataract according to kinesiology. Anyone know about this?

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    BAG2259 / August 29, 2013, 1:08 am

    My malti-poo dog is 12 years old and was detected with cataracts a few years ago and his eye vet just prescribed multi-vitamins/minerals. Now that they have progressed further we had his eyes checked for possible cataract surgery…$435 for an ERG/Ultrasound. With a price of $2400 for just one eye and the possibility that it may be complicated due to the severity on just the right eye only to be “fixed” just complicates the problem.
    I did try the Pet Drops for Cataracts(not in the eyes as directed) from Natural Cures but I think I was too late and/or did not use enough bottles to see if there was any changes. Right now I am holding off on surgery and using a solution of brighteye, msm in a saline solution from the health food store. Lets see what happens.

  5. Paula Sweeley / June 11, 2012, 4:07 am

    Lots of things to try!! Do you have any examples of individuals who have had success with curing cataracts using any of these remedies? I was just told by an opthalmologist that I have the beginning of a cataract and that there is nothing to do about it. I really don’t want to believe that!!!

  6. d.holland / August 15, 2011, 8:34 pm

    Hello Members,

    The Natural Cures Team will be checking through your comments as often as possible; we look forward to answering any questions you may have.

    As Always, Thank You for your continued support and feedback.

    Kind Regards,

  7. emsdarling / August 11, 2011, 5:22 am

    In 1995 I had a bad glaucoma attack which caused cataracts to form on both eyes.My eye surgeon removed the cataract on my right eye in 2005.I was allergic to the drops he prescribed and went through a massive amount of pain for 5 weeks to the point that I couldn’t even open either eye.He kept telling me I had to keep using them.He wanted to do the other eye the next year.It’s been 6 1/2 years and I haven’t had the cataract removed yet.I started studying herbal remedies and found this formula. It’s a proprietary blend of Bayberry Bark,Eyebright Herb,Goldenseal Root,Red Raspberry Leaf,and Cayenne Pepper.You can get it in capsule form or tincture form.I got it in tincture form and use it as an eyewash,4-5 drops in an eyecup of hot distilled water.Let cool before use.The Cayenne Pepper will cause your eye to smart and turn red the first few times you use it.It will stop after your eye gets used to it.Cayenne Pepper will not damage your eye,like my eye doctor tried to convince me it would.I used to grow my own hot peppers and get pepper juice all over my hands and it would burn awfull for days but it never damaged my hands.Cayenne Pepper is a healing herb.

  8. info / May 5, 2011, 2:19 pm

    Find a homeopath who can make up this remedy. It stimulates the body to help improve vision and heal cataracts: Calcarea Iodata 12x; Calcarea Fluorica 12x; Magnesia Carbonica 8x; Naphthalinum 6x; Vitamin A 12x; Euphrasia 6x; Juglans Regia 6x; Cornea 7CH; Pancreas 4CH; Ophtalmic Arteria 4CH; Optic Nerve 7CH; Liver 4CH. they will understand the “recipe”.

  9. Mikevoice2 / April 6, 2011, 4:46 pm

    Does N-acetylcarnosine eye drops REALLY work? How long does it take for them to work? I already juice daily veggies and another time fruit juice and eat healthy. (

  10. KIM CHRISTY / March 14, 2011, 4:25 pm

    try N-acetylcarnosine eye drops, a natural source is at
    they worked for me!!!

  11. JANICE KARBER / February 13, 2011, 3:23 am

    Is this something you mix yourself? vinger with distilled water?

  12. jamesvaccaro / January 22, 2011, 6:35 pm

    Does anyone know if N-acetylcarnosine eye drops (aka Can-C), researched in Russia by Dr. Mark Babizhayev, are effective in reversing cataracts?

    This is made by a drug company, unfortunately. Does anyone know if N-acetylcarnosine can be obtained in a natural source; non-drug company produced?

  13. frodriguez12 / December 13, 2010, 8:37 am

    They recommend also to put eye drops with apple cider vinegar unfiltered or with mother mixed with distilled (sterilized)water at about 3 milliliters of vinegar to 150 milliliters of distilled water to start.

  14. JOSEPH CURL / September 15, 2010, 1:37 pm

    Thank you; I just found out today that I have cataracts (1 on a scale of 1-4) from my eye doctor. She wants me to go see an MD- I refused; I explained to her that there are natural cures for this and that is what I am doing; researching this page so that I can make some changes to my diet and mostly, quit smoking! My mother is already blind and I am not going there!

    Thanks for the information

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