how can we use eyedrops to cure cataract? update on lanomax dog cataract eyedrops
Go to Amazon.com. At this moment, there are 10 reviews of LANOMAX, a dog eyedrop containing lanosterol. 7 dog owners report the product cleared the cataracts out of their dog's eyes, 3 said it did not work. Of the 3 who said it did not work, one said the dog was diabetic. Therefore it is HIGHLY LIKELY that sterols can untangle aggregates of alpha-crystallin as in non-diabetic cataract, but cannot help when the alpha-crystallin is bound to Sugar
as in diabetic cataract. Also, LANOMAX has a phosphate buffer which can cause calcification in the presence of excess calcium ions.
Enter ISOTINE Ayurvedic eyedrops from Dr. M.S.Basu in India. They contain a herb called APAMARG (latin, "Achyranthes"), which can reverse diabetic cataract. But they also contain alum, zinc and copper mineral bhasmas which will only make things worse if there is no active alpha-crystallin left. THE BOTTOM LINE: We could probably cure our cataracts completely by using both
A) LANOMAX eyedrops without the phosphate (ask Ventura Labs to leave the phosphate out), and
B) ISOTINE eyedrops without the alum, zinc and copper (ask Dr. Basu to leave the alum, zinc and copper out).
Both LANOMAX and ISOTINE are available on Amazon. But I want to make those modifications to them. Then, I would use one drop of one in the morning, the other in the evening.