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How to Dissolve Cataracts

By Patricia E. Bardowell ; Updated July 27, 2017

The eye’s lens primarily consists of protein and water. With age, some protein may start hardening or clumping together. Unless treated, it can cover or discolor the lens. According to P R Log, it is the most common cause of blindness worldwide. This condition in the aqueous humor is highly concentrated and is due to lack of antioxidants, the natural defenses, in the eyes. According to antiaging-systems.com, eye drops can be used to dissolve these cataracts. When treated with drops, 88.9 percent of individuals experienced an improvement in sensitivity to glare, 41.5 percent reported an improvement in lens transmission and 90 percent had improved visual acuity.


Ask your doctor or search online to find out which brands of eye drops are recommended for the treatment of catracts, Purchase one of the recommended brands at your local pharmacy.

Place two drops into the affected eye(s) two times daily. This should lead to reduction or dissolution of the cataract within 30 days.

Use the drops daily over a three- to five-month period, despite noticeable improvement over the 30-day period.

Use the eye drops occasionally after the cataract has been dissolved to prevent recurrence.


Eye drop treatment also allows individuals to keep their natural lens instead of adjusting to artificial lens, which would occur with surgery. Unopened bottles of eye drops must be refrigerated.

Additional tips Some brands of eye drops work in conjunction with Lutein capsules aimed at restoration of the macular pigment density. If taken early, they can prevent the development of cataracts. The use of eye drops can also help in the prevention of other eye disorders.

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