How and when do I use Can‑C™ eye‑drops?

As is usual with most treatments, the earlier one starts the better the results that can be expected.

In the clinical trials, persons who had senile cataracts for less than 7-years had the fastest and greatest results. Persons with cataract from 7-15 years still had good results, but persons who had maintained cataracts for more than 15-years had the least beneficial results, although even then they still managed to obtain improvements.

Opticians can know that the technical measurement, is that vision should ideally not be worse than 0.3 (which is equivilant to 20/70).

Can-C eye-drops have been shown to have measurable affects within only 1-month of use! However, it is recommended that for maximum efficacy, that administration be continued for a period 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 dosages are at 1 or 2 drops, twice a day.

There is no benefit to use more than 4-drops per eye per day- so do not exceed this dose.

Also consider that senile cataract is an on-going aging disorder. It is because of low anti-oxidant and higher free radical activity (due to age), that Can-C may be required on a regular basis to help maintain the eye’s natural anti-oxidant defenses, and therefore help to prevent a reappearance of senile cataract and other eye degenerative disorders. As a preventative measure, 1-drop into the eye once a day with occasional breaks may be a suitable on-going regime.

To open container:

1.  Remove lower ring



2. Tighten the cap on the nozzle by turning it clockwise.



3. The spike in the cap will pierce the nozzle. Then remove the cap by turning it anti-clockwise.



4. Dispense drops gentle pressure. Replace the cap after every use.





Lean your head back and look up. Instill “one drop” then slowly and gently close the eye. Do not blink or reopen for 60 seconds. Repeat this procedure, if a second drop is used. This allows each drop to be absorbed into the eye tissue. Blinking, even one or two times, will pump most of the solution out of the eye. If you have neck problems, lie down or use a tilt-back chair.