Also see Eyes and their problems. Cataracts are a condition in which the lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque. It becomes difficult to focus on objects and things seem dark to a person.
Progressive loss of vision, no pain but sensitivity to light. Sometimes you see a radiance around a light.
- Diabetes and the combination of drinking large quantities of milk and not being able to process galactose, which is a sugar abundant in milk.
- Deposits of calcium and cholesterol in the capillaries of the eyes which reduce blood circulation to the eyes.
- A blow or injury to the eye.
- Exposure to X-rays and excessive suntanning.
1. Vitamins A & E, C and B2
2. Calcium, Vitamin B5, Selenium and Zinc
3. Cleansing eyes with Aloe Vera Extract Activator
A-Beta-CarE Softgels. 2 daily, taken with food. Powerful anti-oxidant, repairs and maintains body tissue.
Lycium Plus Tablets. 2 to 3 tabs daily, taken with food. Powerful anti-oxidant, inhibits free radicals, contains bioflavenoids and polysaccharides.
Forever Vision (Bilberry, Lutein and Zeaxanthin) Tablets. 2 to 4 tablets daily, 2 with each meal. Improves circulation to the eyes, protects the retina and increase eye's macular health.
Absorbent-C Tablets. 5 tablets daily, 2 with each meal. A good anti-oxidant and strengthens the immune system.
Aloe Vera Extract Activator. Place 2 drops (diluted with distilled or boiled water) 2 to 3 times a day in eyes. Anti-inflammatory, pain inhibitor, natural anti-biotic, cell regenerator.
Royal Jelly Tablets. 3 tablets daily, 1 before each meal. Place under tongue until dissolved. Contains full range of B vitamins.
Nature-Min Tablets. 6 tablets daily, 2 with each meal. Needed for proper functioning.
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