Eye Drops for Cataracts in Cats

Research Proven Can-C Eye Drops Reverse Cataracts in Cats

Clinical Studies Prove Can-C Is 100% Safe and 96% Effective

Control Study: Thirty mammals (60 eyes) received topical application of Can-C 1% N-acetylcarnosine carter and sissy eye drop solution twice daily to cataracts.

  • Improved visual behavior of the mammals within weeks of treatment.
  • Cataract reversal starts from the periphery of the cataract followed by increased transparency of the lens.
  • 96% of the eyes treated with N-acetylcarnosine (Can-C showed notable improvements.
  • Mammals with both immature and ripe cataracts showed significant visual improvement.

Current Drug Therapy, 2006, Vol. 1, No. 1 107 – Excerpt from; “Treatment of Age-Related Cataracts in Canines” – Mark Babizhayev MA PhD

Can-C eye drops are a safe and natural alternative to cataract surgery. The research with mammals as subjects is indisputable: Vision improves. Cataracts are reversed.

grey cat 2The Can-C eye drops help cataracts in cats heal naturally. They are a natural anti-inflammatory, helping your cat’s eyes heal from conditions that trigger inflammation. The treatment is not immediate as with surgery. It takes time for the cataracts to reverse – though owners of cats sometimes see a shrinkage in the size of the cataract during the first month of use.

Cataract surgery of course is an option for your cat but it involves considerable expense and some risk is involved as is the case with any surgery. Applying the Can-C eye drops to your cat’s eyes three times a day does not involve the risk of surgical complications or side effects. From everything I have seen, read and heard, Can-C drops improve sight because they restore the natural ability of the horse’s eyes to heal. Why? Free radicals are controlled with the application of N-acetylcarnosine, Can-C ‘s active ingredient.

What Evidence Exists that Can-C Eye Drops are Effective for Reversing Cataracts?

Although the research on the effectiveness of Can-C eye drops is extensive, no studies currently exist that have evaluated their effectiveness when used for eye problems experienced by cats. Research studies report that 96% of canine eyes treated with N-acetylcarnosine (Can-C) showed notable improvements.

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Vita of Dr. Mark Babizhayev, Ph.D.

How Does Can-C Make It Possible to Reverse Cataracts in Cats?

Firstly, it is now known that cataract is the result of elevating levels of “ascorbate oxidation” or oxidative stress due in part to oxygen free radicals in the eye. This unchecked oxidation results in the cross linking of lens proteins, which is a slow glycosylation process. Cross linking of the lens proteins eventually causes a yellowing or browning pigmentation of the lens or (lens opacification) limiting the amount of light that reaches the retina, resulting in worsening vision.

This degenerative process occurs and advances as the natural antioxidant supply in the eye diminishes. Critical antioxidant supplies are continually being tapped from the eye, for protection against over exposure to ultraviolet light and against toxins and chemicals.

Researchers recently learned that the healthy eye contains high levels of the natural antioxidant carnosine. Interestingly the eyes of those suffering from degenerative ocular diseases such as cataracts were found to be grossly deficient in this essential ocular antioxidant.

The prime ingredient in Can-C is a proprietary form of N-acetylcarnosine, a highly specific intraocular released form of carnosine which acts as both a stabilizer and carrier for the di-peptide L-carnosine, safely delivering it into the aqueous humour of the eye (the fluid area surrounding the lens). It is here, that the bio-identical antioxidant becomes most active in its ability to act as a natural and highly effective anti-oxidant.

I am very happy with the results I am seeing in both my horse and my cat. I took the horse trail riding last weekend and he not only led the way most of the time (he is quite familiar with the state park we go to) but he was jogging and loping every chance he got, so I know he feels confident with his eyesight. It appears to have not progressed at all since last fall when I last rode him. I can’t tell for sure if the cataract is getting better, but it absolutely has not gotten any worse, so I am quite happy about that. If these drops give me a few more years of riding him, that is more than I could ask for.

I also had to rescue my cat (yes the one with the cataract) from my horse because he decided to chase him out of the paddock the other day – not not something he has done in so long I can’t remember the last time! My cat is white which probably makes him easy to see, but he was at least 20-30 yards away. As for my cat I have been using the drops since Valentine’s day and the cataract is half the size it was then! I can’t wait to show my vet!

Thanks for listening! I am telling everyone I know about your drops so you may start to see more orders from this neck of the woods!

Kerry Keller
Bethleham, Pennsylvania

Questions Answered and Orders: 1-877-526-4646 (Toll Free)

Research Evidence on N-Acetyl-Carnosine, Can-C Cataract Eye Drops

The testing of various anti-glycation agents over nearly a decade led a Russian research team to the development of N-Acetyl-carnosine as a delivery system for the natural ocular anti-oxidant L-carnosine. Once laboratory testing was passed, the next stage began to test the N-Acetyl-carnosine Can-C eye-drops in the eyes of animals, (specifically canines and rabbits). These studies produced remarkably fast results in the improvement of clarity and overall vision for the animals involved. Furthermore, no side effects were noted and the beneficial affects were sustainable. Unsurprisingly, these positive results in animals led to the studies being continued in humans with similar positive results.

The treatment of age-related cataracts in canines and rabbits has been conducted and the efficacy of using N-acetylcarnosine for cataract treatment was established. The striking results in canines and rabbits for both cataract reversal and prevention of lens opacities are clear.”

Dr. Mark Babizhayev MA, PhD, Senior Research Investigator – Innovative Vision Products

Results in the Russian clinical trials were quite impressive with no negative side affects. Dr. Babizhayev has also noted that Can-C appears to work even more effectively in animals than in humans.

Jennifer Jones, a representative of Innovative Vision Products, the company that developed the Can-C eye drops, suggests that cat owners apply three drops a day to each eye of cats that has evidence of cataracts or other eye problems. Once the eye abnormalities have been resolved, this dosage can be reduced to one drop a day. Keep in mind that the use of any unapproved drug for your animals should also be discussed with your veterinarian.

NOTE: Can-C is manufactured in a GMP certified, pharmaceutical facility which meets ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 13485:2003 standards for the design/formulation and manufacture of sterile contact lens solution and pharmaceutical solutions.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Can-C Eye Drops

Q. Are Can-C Eye Drops Really safe for animals?

A: Yes, N-Acetyl-carnosine (Can-C) eye drops have been researched in humans and in animals for over ten years and used for more than five years by thousands in Russia, China, Europe and the US without any side effects or complications. In fact the antioxidant properties of N-acetylcarnosine (Can-C) appear to soothe and improve the overall health of eyes for all mammals. Can-C is manufactured in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Procedures) facility per Dr. Mark Babizhayev’s protocols and FDA guidelines, however only the lubricants (Carboxymethylcellulose sodium) and (glycerin) are approved by the FDA for ophthalmic use. Can-C is not FDA approved for the treatment of cataracts as the clinical trials have been conducted primarily in Russia over the last decade; therefore N-Acetyl-carnosine (1%) is listed as an inactive ingredient on the label.

Q: I have been told that my cat is too small for cataract surgery. Can I use these cataract eye drops for him?

A. Can-C is a great solution for animals that do not have surgery as an option, and has been successfully used to treat the cataracts of domestic animals of all sizes.

Q. What percentage of your customers actually reverse cataracts in their pets?

A: All customers who use the product per instructions will see improvements in their pet’s cataract condition. The level of results can vary depending upon the maturity of the cataract at the outset of treatment. Additionally, injury induced cat cataracts and cataracts in cats that result from steroid medications or diabetes can be more resistant and can take longer to respond to the product. Consistency of application is even more critical to success in the above mentioned scenarios and can mean the difference between minimal results and very good results. Again, initial improvements generally present within the first 2-3 months. Optimal results are achieved with 6 – 12 months use. Once the optimal level of improvement has been reached within 6 to 12 months time, it is advised to reduce the dose to 1 drop daily in the treated eye(s).

Q. What if the cataract has been there a long time and my cat is totally blind?

A: If the cataract is advanced to the point of total blindness the results are likely to be less than a 100% reversal with the use of Can-C. Cataracts at this stage often have hardened significantly and are more resistant to the good effects of Can-C. Once cataracts have reached this advanced stage they become a constant irritant to the animal. The eyes can become very prone to infection as a result. Sadly, in many of these more severe cases, removal of the eye is advised.

Can-C can reduce the risk of infection and even reduce these more mature cataracts in some instances with extended use. It is also important to note that the irritation can be significantly reduced as a result of Can-C being applied daily. As always it is advised to follow the advice of your veterinarian.

Q. Do the newer cataracts have a better success rate with this product?

A: In the human clinical trials, those who had cataracts for less than seven years experienced the most dramatic results. Those who had cataracts for seven to 15 years still received very good results. Those who had cataracts for more than 15 years experienced less dramatic improvements. This information tells us that the expected outcome is somewhat improved when treatment is initiated at the earlier stages of cataract development. However often with more mature cataracts it simply takes a little longer to achieve comparable results.

Q. What percentage of the cataract is removed in most cases?

A: The cataract is often fully reversed. With very mature cataract there is at least a very significant improvement in eye sight however complete reversal may not be possible depending upon the severity of the situation. Improvement in your cat’s behavior and negotiation abilities is generally a good indicator of the desired result being achieved. Additionally you can actually see by looking into your cat’s eye when the cataract begins to get smaller and then smaller.

You can not go wrong with Can-C Eye Drops! The vet had told us that Mario (our cat) had a cataract in his eye last year. Mario loves to sing and play he is about 11 years old. He would have bad days when his eye would bother him and would not eat and sleep in his bed. I got fed up knowing the vet said   there was nothing to do except operation which was out of the question.  

Two weeks ago I googled cataracts in cats and found Can-C. I called Zero Point Healers and Robert was so nice and so helpful! I bought C-Can and two days later it arrived. Mario is definitely out of pain! He is singing all the time and playing mouse! This is in a time frame of two days! His eye is looking better every day. I have my degree in Animal Nutrition/Horticulture so I am cautious what I give to our animals when they are not well.  

Thank you to Robert and Zero Point Healers!

Cheryl A. Smith
Reedville, Virginia

Q. How will I be able to tell if the product is working or not?

A: In animals, the cataract is very visible to our view. You can actually see the cataract shrinking over time with the use of this product. The cataract will generally shrink from the parameter inward and so your cat may have improvements in his/her peripheral vision first. The behavior of your cat is the best indicator however and with the return of sight and resulting improved ability to navigate their surroundings come improved confidence, mood and behavior. All of these indicators will clearly let you know that the product is working. At the end of 6 months if you are not sure you may want to visit your vet to determine if it is time to go to the maintenance dose of 1 drop daily or to continue a little longer with the reversal dose of 3 drops daily.

Q. Are there any potential side effects?

A: With this formula, utilized in 10 years of human and animal clinical trials, there have been no reported side effects or contra-indications, even when used everyday for up to 2 years. Generally use of this natural anti-oxidant formulation is soothing and improves the overall environment in the eye.

Q. Are the Can-C eye drops approved by the FDA?

A. Lubricants used in the Can-C eye drops (Carboxymethylcellulose sodium) and (glycerin) have been approved by the FDA for ophthalmic use. However, Can-C is not approved by the FDA for the treatment of dog cataracts. N-Acetyl-carnosine (1%) is listed as an ingredient that is inactive on the product labeling.

Q. Will my cat’s cataract come back again after it has been reversed?

A: While it takes 3 drops daily over 3 – 12 months to reverse cataracts it takes far less to prevent the re-growth of cataract. Therefore, once optimal level of reversal has been achieved only one drop daily will prevent the return of cataract. At this point the product will last far longer and so it will be far less expensive to maintain the health of your cat’s eyes. Keep in mind that the same imbalance that allowed the cataract to form in the first place will still be present in your cat if you discontinue use of the product entirely. Unfortunately the cataract will likely return, in a relatively short period of time, unless the special grade of N-Acetyl-carnosine formulated in Can-C is being applied regularly to the eye.

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Q. How long will each box of Can-C Eye Drops last?

A: Each box of Can-C contains two 5 ml vials and each 5 ml vial contains approximately 75 drops. When used to treat degenerative ocular conditions such as cataracts, one box will last approximately three weeks (3 drops in each affected eye daily). When used as a preventive or maintenance measure, only one drop in each eye daily is needed so one box of Can-C will last many weeks longer.

Q. What are the ingredients?

Can-C Ingredients

N-a-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) 1.0% (approved by IVP)
Glycerin (lubricant) 1.0%
Carboxymethylcellulose sodium (lubricant) 0.3%

Excipients:

Sterile Water (Ophthalmic Grade Isotonic Solution, pH 6.3 to 6.5)

Benzyl Alcohol (Preservative)

Q. I am a vet is there a way for me to supply my patients with this product?

A: We offer professional discounts to physicians and veterinarians so that they may supply and monitor their patients. Please contact me at: robert@catcataracts.com

Q. Will the drops cause any discomfort or stinging in my cat’s eyes?

A: Due to the optimal PH levels of this formulation there should be absolutely no stinging affects. Many owners inform us that their pets actually begin to act eager when it is time time to apply these soothing eye drops. We can therefore assume that cats feel some relief with the application of Can-C on a regular basis.

Q. Is there a need to use a syringe for injecting the solution into my cat’s eyes?

A: No, the drops are delivered directly from the vial without the need for syringes. You will want to keep your cat quiet while applying the drops and prevent him/her from shaking the drops out of the eye. Some owners find that it is easiest to lightly pinch the lower lid between thumb and forefinger creating a little pocket to apply the eye drop to, then lightly rest your hand over the face of your cat to keep him/her calm and to ensure full absorption.

Q. My cat’s cataracts are a result of diabetes. Will Can-C help her?

A: While diabetic induced cataracts are often more aggressive and persistent, we have found that with the consistent application of just 3 drops a day, visible improvements generally present within 6-8 weeks, depending on how mature the cataract is. As the diabetes will continue to influence your cat it is possible that the cataracts can return, we recommend a daily drop in each eye to help prevent the return of the cataract once optimal results have been achieved.

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Q. I saw another N-Acetyl-carnosine website and they said that the preservative Benzyl Alcohol is not good, is that true?

A: Definitely not true. Benzyl alcohol has long been utilized in ocular formulations as an FDA approved preservative. In the clinical trials conducted by Innovative Vision Products, five formulations were tested with varying preservatives and sources of NAC. In the end there was one that far surpassed all expectations and parameters. Interestingly it was the formulation with the preservative benzyl alcohol in combination with a unique source and purity level of NAC. Those who are claiming that benzyl alcohol causes burning do not understand the importance of the critical PH balance of ocular formulations. It is the incorrect balance of PH that can result in burning with some ocular formulations and not the preservative. We have absolutely no complaints of burning with our product in fact quite the opposite, which is why a large percentage of our customers use Can-C for dry eye syndrome, contact lens use and for eye strain relief. Remember it is this patented formulation that was tested over time and proven in a clinical controlled environment to reverse cataracts and resulted in no negative side affects.

Unfortunately there are a few companies who continue to make attempts to circumvent Dr. Babizhayev’s patent to avoid paying royalties. Not only are they not utilizing the proprietary source of NAC which is critical to the effectiveness of this formulation, they have made changes to one or two of the excipient ingredients in their attempts to get around his patent. Again to be sure that you have purchased the approved formula look for the following statement on the label of any product you have purchased. “Approved patented by Innovative Vision Products”.

What Do You Receive When You Order CAN-C?

Each box of Can-C contains two 5 ml vials and each 5ml vial contains approximately 75-drops.

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To date Dr. Babizhayevs’ N-Acetylcarnosine eye drop is the only cataract treatment that has been proven in controlled clinical trials to be effective in the treatment of cataracts and safe for long term use. Look for the following statement on any box you purchase to be sure you are purchasing Dr. Babizhayevs’ patent protected formula. – “Approved by Innovative Vision Products.”

While there are several other private label products available, Can-C is the original formula and finding the above statement on the box ensures that you have purchased the correct and only clinically tested product.

Cost of Can-C Eye Drops

One box of Can-C costs $39.95. Shipping to any US destination is free. Shipping to destinations outside the US is $6.95.Click on the link below to order using any major credit card or paypal:

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Order two boxes and receive a 6% discount of $37.48 per box or $74.95 for two boxes containing four 5 ml vial (two in each box). Shipping is free to any US destination. Shipping to destinations outside the US is $6.95.

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Order four boxes and receive a 9% discount of $36.48 per box or $145.95 for four boxes containing two 5 ml vials in each box or 8 vials total. Four boxes will last approximately 12 weeks when applying three drops in each of your cat’s eyes daily. Shipping is free to US destinations. Shipping to destinations outside the US costs $6.95. Click on the link below to order using any major credit card or Paypal. 

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The Bottom Line on Can-C Eye Drops for Cats

Surgery on your cat’s cataracts is obviously an option, but consider the safe alternative. Allowing your cat’s cataracts to heal naturally.

May your cat’s eyes shine brighter with each passing day.

Can-C Eye Drops for Cats

www.catcataracts.com
robert@catcataracts.com
1-877-526-4646

P.S.- CAN-C is a natural product that helps your cat’s eyes heal naturally. Reduce the inflammation. Cut down on the free radicals. Give your cat a chance to see better using a natural approach.  

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Cat Cataract Reversal in a Drop!

N-Acetyl-Carnosine, Can-Câ„¢ Cataract Eye Drops

Clinical Studies Prove Can-Câ„¢ Is 100% Safe and Effective

Control Study: Thirty mammals (60 eyes) received topical application of Can-C 1% N-acetylcarnosine eye drop solution twice daily to cataracts.

  • Improved visual behavior of the mammals within weeks of treatment.
  • Cataract reversal starts from the periphery of the cataract followed by increased transparency of the lens.
  • 96% of the eyes treated with N-acetylcarnosine (Can-Câ„¢) showed notable improvements.
  • Mammals with both immature and ripe cataracts showed significant visual improvement.

Current Drug Therapy, 2006, Vol. 1, No. 1 107 – Excerpt from; “Treatment of Age-Related Cataracts in Canines” – Mark Babizhayev MA PhD

11 thoughts on “Eye Drops for Cataracts in Cats

  1. Thanks for your question. No, the Can-C Eye drops are not approved by the FDA. The benign lubricant used with the N Acetyl Carnosine is FDA approved. Its main ingredient is a natural anti-oxidant which has no side effects. The Can-C eye drops do not come under the scrutiny of the FDA which is tasked with addressing approval of medicines that do have side effects. Can-C is a natural product (like vitamin C for example). Of course, the FDA does not bother overseeing any natural supplements (like vitamin C, B12, D, etc).

  2. I have a tightly-regulated diabetic cat that was just diagnosed with early cataracts. He is on several supplements; taurine, “Mellit” which contains jambolan, devils club, fenugreek, gymnema, goats rue, oregon grape, blueberry, dandelion and astragalus, w/glycerin. He occasionally gets into his sister’s food which has Apple Cider Vinegar in it. I read elsewhere that using some eyedrops would interfere in the effectiveness and/or absorption of Can-C.

    Is there anything in the above list that would interfere with Can-C?

    Thanks, Dianne

    1. Nothing that you list will interfere with the effectiveness of Can-C eye drops. There are only two anti-oxidants that retard its
      effectiveness – lutein and zeaxanthin which are sometimes found in eye drops. Neither of these are included in your list.

      Robert
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      1. Great, I’ll take note for future reference. I’ve ordered product and am hesitantly hopeful…seems a little too good to be true…

        1. I’ve received the drops and have started using them but notice they are to be kept in the fridge — how necessary is this? Can’t really see my kitty going for cold drops in his eyes…

          1. There is no need to put the drops in the fridge. They are shipped to customers all over the world. Instructions you will find in the box itself say to put them in the fridge. This is because they are shipped to very hot climates. Do not let them bake in the sun for 4 hours, but for the most part, shelf life works beautifully. Plus, the cold drops are no fun for cats!

            Robert

  3. My cat scratched my rabbit’s eye2 weeks ago and it was really bad scratch. I took him to the vet, he got topical and oral medications and now he is doing better. Unfortunately, he has a white cloud on his eye and doesn’t see well. I’ve found Can-C drops on the internet and want to order them believing they could help that my bunny get some of his vision back. My vet does not know if Can-C drops can work on rabbit’s eye, so please can you give me some information about that?
    Thanks a lot,
    Jassy

  4. What research? Who performed the research and what were the controls? Was it published anywhere? Was it tested against placebos? Were all possible contributing factors for improvement noted in the results?

    1. The research is documented in the menu tab titled Research on Can-C Eye Drops. Click on that menu tab at the top of this website and you will see a short listing of the published studies.

  5. When we got our golden retriever she was not fed by her mother. She weighed five pounds and our vet said she couldn’t see. We started her on can-c and our vet couldn’t believe it. He said she could see now. She is now 80 pounds and full of energy. Thank you Robert for all of your help. Will be ordering more soon. Faye Ford

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