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Could you make cataracts disappear with NAC eye drops?

DISSOLVE cataracts… with just a few drops of THIS?

It may be sunny outside… and the skies may be blue as the day is long…

But everywhere you look, all you can see is a cloudy version of what was once a crystal-clear picture.

When you’ve got cataracts, the world around you can lose it focus…

And it can seem like nothing… short of surgery, anyway… can sharpen it back up again.

I’m here to tell you that’s just not true.

Because there’s a trick that older folks across the pond use to TAKE BACK their vision

And there’s NO REASON why it can’t work for you, too.

Unfortunately, this way to slow… or even reverse… cataract formation has gotten BOTTLENECKED in this country’s BROKEN drug approval system!

Make your vision AGELESS

The most common form of cataracts is related to “old age”…

Which is BAD NEWS for those who are a little long in the tooth.

What happens is that the proteins that form the lens of your eye (or eyes) get damaged by free radicals, which cause oxidative stress.

As that stress accumulates over time, your lenses get more and more damaged… and CLOUD OVER until you can barely see anything!

Oxidative damage is one of the worst aspects of aging – and not just for your eyesight, but your entire body!

Fortunately, there’s something that can COMBAT age-related oxidative damage.

It’s an antioxidant called N-acetylcarnosine, or NAC for short.

You already know how NAC can improve circulation… and beat back a number of nasty health conditions triggered by free radicals.

But here’s what it can do for your vision!

When you add just a few drops of NAC… which would be mixed with some kind of lubricating fluid… it doesn’t just sit on top of your eyeball like other eye drops do.

Your eyes ABSORB the mixture into their deepest reaches!

And that’s where NAC gets to work, making your lens LESS OPAQUE.

As a result, it can SHARPEN visionREDUCE glare sensitivity… and IMPROVE night driving.

In one study , 90% of the treated participants experienced visual improvement.

Some saw their visual acuity improved by 100% — which means they were essentially CURED!

And all it took was 6 months of treatment.

Even better, the improvements SUSTAINED for at least 2 years following treatment!

Meanwhile, the vision of those in the control group… who received “sham” eye drops… DETERIORATED over that period of time.

Now, veterinarians are already using NAC eye drops in dogs who’ve developed cataracts…

But those in charge of human medicine have been DRAGGING their feet – at least here in the U.S., where it’s nearly IMPOSSIBLE for a natural molecule like NAC to get patented and approved as a drug to treat ANY condition.

That DOESN’T mean you can’t get eye drops containing this cataract-reversing compound.

But American manufacturers just AREN’T allowed to tell you what it can do for you!

For instance, Brite Eyes III by Life Extension  claims that the NAC helps alleviate eye discomfort.

That’s probably true…

But legally, they HAVE to claim that NAC is an “inactive ingredient.”

Now you know better.

You could also get your hands on the eye drops that older British folks have been relying on to KEEP their natural lenses… and CLEAR UP their cataracts WITHOUT surgery.

It’s sold under the brand name Can-C  (“can see,” get it?)… and has been in the UK since 2001!

The recommended dosage is 2 drops in the problematic eye, twice daily.

You could notice some improvement within just 1 month

But you could need to use them up to 5 months for the best possible cataract reversal.

And there’s no harm in trying them.

You can even use these drops if you wear contact lenses – and they might help alleviate some of the associated discomfort and dryness, too.

Look for them online, alongside other NAC-containing eye drops.

To seeing clearly now, and into your “golden years,”

Melissa Young