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Castor Oil Eye Drops for Cataracts

Updated: Jul 13

Cataract lens
Castor Oil Eye Drops for Cataracts

Cataracts are the clouding, thickening and deterioration of the eye lens that may lead to blindness. Usually related to aging, this condition is now also being diagnosed in younger age groups, often due to a diet low in fresh fruits and vegetables.

The cause of Cataracts is as a result of free-radical or oxidative damage to the protein structure of the lens. Consuming foods that are high in antioxidants can help to avoid and, to a certain extent, remedy cataracts from the inside out.

Whilst surgery is the best option for treating advanced cases of cataracts, if you catch the condition early on, the regular application of 100% Organic, Cold pressed, pharmaceutical grade Castor Oil (Hexane-free) has been reported to help in reversing and dissolving the Cataract.

It is important to only use the right type of Castor Oil Eye drops in a dark glass bottle with a dropper. It must be pharmaceutical grade and bottled in a sterile environment. Avoid touching the dropper to your eye while applying. Keep it in a cool place, preferably next to your bed. One or two drops are to be applied to each eye every night before sleeping. Wash the eyes in the morning to remove any crusting that may form. Do not use with contact lenses in place or together with any other pharmaceutical drops. This oil gets thicker in cold weather so may be more difficult to apply. You may warm up the bottle in your palm for a short while. If any oil spills over around your eyes, gently pat this around the eye area as it also assists with softening fine lines and the stimulation of eye lash growth.

Castor oil is rich in antioxidants and contains many beneficial nutrients for the eyes.

Although Pharmaceutical grade Castor Oil Eye Drops is primarily used for Cataract prevention and early treatment, it is also beneficial for correcting other eye problems, such as conjunctivitis, glaucoma and dry eye syndrome.


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