Blindness Amongst Pets

Clip_360Many pets quietly go blind in their later years, falling off patios and walking into branches laying around the yard. Sometimes they cannot even discern their owners, save for their sense of smell and hearing. It is a sad affair, yet few can afford to spend $4,000 for eye surgery for each eye! Further, if the pet is very old, the benefit is cancelled if the pet dies shortly thereafter, which is likely.

Even purchasing special eye drops for cataracts can be quite expensive: approximately $800 is needed to correct vision in both eyes with CAN-C, a competitor’s product. The CAN-C manufacturer also notes that three months may be needed to see results with their drops.

Eye drops for Cataracts!

The good news is that there is a new type of eye drops that are stronger than the conventional ones on the market and cost much less.

For these special cataract drops known as Cataract Terminator, made by Out of the Box Remedies, substantial eyesight improvement can be had for both eyes for less than $45, which includes shipping anywhere in the world. The improvement can be substantial in less than 2 weeks, as evidenced by human investigators.

The stronger, 2% Cataract Terminator drops were originally tested on dogs by researchers in Russia with success. Except for Cataract Terminator, the only ones offered to the public (for people and pets) are only 1% strength. To complicate matters, glycerine is added to the standard offerings, which only impedes the recovery time. The Cataract Terminator drops are simply high purity N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine powder dissolved in distilled water with a small amount of colloidal silver for sterility and a one-year shelf life.

The amino acid N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine has full access to the pores in the eye lens, unimpeded by glycerin and other added compounds such as Benzyl Alcohol found in competitor’s drops. This is one of the reasons whyCataract Terminator outperforms its competition. The other reason is that it offers twice the concentration of the other offerings.

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