Cataracts Eye Drops
Can-C has been shown to have measurable affects within only 1-month!
The Can-C itself is produced by a pharmaceutical company and then packaged by an approved ophthalmic facility. The product is housed within a labeled and printed 6.4cm x 4.4cm x 3.2cm box. Each box contains 2 x 5ml re-sealable vials, along with an insert that explains how the vials are opened, used and sealed etc.
It is recommended that for maximum efficacy, administration be continued for a period of not less than 3-5 months. As most of the clinical trials have been measured at 3 and 6 month periods, a period of 6-months should be considered.
Treatment doses are 2 drops, once or twice a day. Once an individual 5ml vial is opened it should be stored in a fridge and used within 30-days. Each 5ml vial contains approximately 80-drops; this means that each 5ml vial will last for approximately 20 days at 4-drops per day. As each box contains 2x 5ml vials, each package can last between 40 days.
Unopened vials can be stored at room temperature, but it is recommended, that for long-term storage the vials should be kept in a fridge at 2 to 8 degrees Celsius. We do not recommend freezing. Note that unopened vials are good for up to 24 months, from the date of manufacture.
Can-C may be required on a regular basis to help maintain the eye's natural anti-oxidant defences and therefore help to prevent a re-appearance of senile cataract and other eye degenerative disorders. As a preventative measure, 2-drops into each eye once a day with frequent breaks may be a suitable on-going regime.
As usual with most treatments, the earlier one starts the better the results that can be expected. In the clinical trials, persons who had cataracts less than 7-years have the fastest and greatest results. Persons with cataract from 7-15 years still have good results. Only persons who had maintained cataracts for more than
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