Cataracts are a clouding of the lens of the eye. The condition can be minor enough that it doesn’t interfere with vision, but it can also be serious enough to cause permanent blindness. In pets, the condition of canine cataracts is far more common than feline cataracts. While most cataracts in dogs are an inherited condition, diabetes is also a common cause of the problem. Whether you have a dog or a cat, if they suffer from cataracts there is a non-surgical treatment you can try called Cataractin.
Cataracts in Pets
Many pet owners notice as their pets age that a cloudiness of the lens starts to appear. If left untreated, blindness inevitably follows. But not everyone can see putting their pets through surgery in their golden years and instead opt for the bumping into furniture, walls and doors that comes with gradual vision loss. Primalix, a company that specializes in natural remedies often referred to as holistic medicines, has formulated a product that many consumers swear by.
So, what is it? According to customer reviews, it's a miraculous product. But first, let's start with what it is: a supplement that is added to food in drops, not to the eyes or mouth.The product description for the solution describes it as containing "the herbal constituents, antioxidants, bioflavonoids and amino acids that nourish and therefore eliminate specific essential nutrient deficiencies that have been proven in clinical trials to cause the formation of cataracts in dogs and cats."
It was during a short stint in a naturopathic pet supply store that I first heard customers raving about the product. In as little as a few weeks they said there was a marked difference in the appearance of their pet's eyes and a noticeable improvement in vision. With continued use the result was a reversal of the condition. The nice part about this alternative therapy is the fact you add the drops to their food rather than wrestling with them to get it in their eyes.
Homeopathic Pet Remedies
Cataractin contains purified water, vegetable glycerin, apple cider vinegar, bilberry berries, wheat grass, ginkgo biloba, dandelion root, and NALC, or N-acetyl L-carnosine. On average, you can find this cataract remedy for pets for roughly $40.00, which is a lot cheaper than surgery. If you've tried the product, please share your experiences with us below.