Share The Wealth by Chris Gupta
September 03, 2003

Cataract - MSM eye drop solution


Following is a dialog on the use of MSM for Cataract for those interested to try this.

Chris Gupta

See also: Cataracts & Vision - Carnosine and N-Acetylcarnosine Eye Drops
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At 05:41 PM 1/8/2001 -0700, Jim Sprague wrote:
Chris, if you think the MSM drops will work what percentage solution would you recommend and would you add anything else to the solution? I can see quite well out of the right eye but I can only see about half the distance that I can see out of my left eye.

Jim, use 15% solution in contact lens saline solution every hour or so and make sure you don't contaminate it also make small quantities to keep fresh. This was used on injured rabbit eyes which developed cataract - am not sure how well it will work on humans. Also you could supplement with Occudyine follow instructions on bottle.

Chris

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Dick,

I have used 15% myself and it seems OK, The saline solution would be a little more soothing but I did not find distill water solution harsh on my eyes. However, the following is extracted form Earl Mindell's Booklet "THE MSM MIRACLE" page 43 reproduced below. A good source of info on MSM is at:

http://www.oralchelation.com/msm/msm0.htm

Chris Gupta

"THE EYES

Think of your eyeball as a balloon full of water, but instead of being rubber, it is a protein membrane. Optical tissue normally allows fluids to flow through the membrane wall which acts like a filter, cleaning out harmful particles, keeping your eyes clear and your vision good as it allows nutrients to permeate. But should the membranes become tough like leather, the fluids are trapped and particles begin to accumulate. If this buildup continues, your vision will seem as if you're looking through frosted glass, a condition known as cataracts.

When eyedrops containing the proper amount of MSM are applied, the membrane becomes permeable, and this has reversed the problem. It is also important that the eye remain flexible so that the muscles can alter its contour and focus as needed. In the event that its membranes and muscles become rigid and tough, the eye will not be able to focus properly, resulting in blurred vision. The MSM in eyedrops soothes and softens the membranes, permitting fluids to pass through the optical tissues to stabilize the pressure, repair any damage, clear up red spots and bloodshot vessels, and remove floaters and other particles in the eye.

In one case, a 15 percent solution of MSM in isotonic saline was a soothing treatment for the eye following accidental injury due to particulate matter in the eye. In a test with an irritated eye of a rabbit, the eye cleared when treated every hour with a 10 percent aqueous solution of MSM. Be assured, the concentration in the MSM eye drops you get will be sufficient. Follow the instructions on the label.

As noted earlier, the B vitamins in general and the sulfur-related amino acids and compounds are vital to maintaining healthy eyes. Specifically, we've learned that glucosamine is the starting material for the eyes, that glutathione promotes good eye health and low levels accompany almost every type of eye disease. We also know that people suffering from the eye disease retinitis pigmentosa show reduced levels of taurine within the eye."

Hi Chris,
Typical MSM eye drops are around 1% from what I hear. Is 15% safe?

Dick

At 07:07 PM 4/7/00 -0400, you wrote:
Message text written by INTERNET:mbgupta@julian.uwo.ca
>Here is how to make the cataract solution form MSM. Just remember to use
the pure powder. You can make the 15% solution by mixing 1.5 grams of MSM
in 10 ml of water (two teaspoons). Its best to make small batches for
freshness. Use 2 to 4 times daily
.<

Chris

Thanks. Maybe we could make the solution in 5ppm colloidal silver as a
preservative.

Dick

Great idea! Another would be to buy saline solution for contact lenses ( this has preservative already in it) and mix the MSM in it. For those who do not have access to colloidal silver. Also not sure if MSM will react with silver... Think it would be best to go the inert route first than check out the CS idea.

Chris

Hello,
Just a note to say as a 6-month subscriber to the CS maillist, MSM mixed
with CS works just fine, in fact is recommended for use in an inhaler
for those with respiratory ailments. The ppm of CS doesn't matter much,
since it's difficult to control when making it yourself. Most folks make
in the 5-15ppm range.
Steve

 


posted by Chris Gupta on Wednesday September 3 2003
updated on Tuesday April 11 2006

URL of this article:
http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/chris/2003/09/03/cataract_msm_eye_drop_solution.htm

 

 


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Readers' Comments


Hi Chris, I have used an MSM eye drop preparation produced by Trimedica for a long time and was very upset recently to find that it was discontinued. When I called Nutrition Depot where I live in Atlanta, the gentleman who answered the phone suggested that I make it myself. He suggested typing in the query at Google. When I did, it brought me to your page where I found the much needed information I was seeking. I just wanted to say thank you very much for your help! Sincerely, Marion

Posted by: Marion on May 12, 2004 08:44 PM

 


How can I measure my solid msm to get 1 1/2 grams. I am having some eye problems esp with cataracts and I want to mix this solution for my own use.

Posted by: Nora Roberson on May 29, 2004 12:02 AM

 


Nora, 1/4 teaspoon is roughly 1 gram

Posted by: Chris Gupta on May 31, 2004 08:16 PM

 


its my pleasure to send my regards to eye healt workers i hope to see ur reply soon aS POSSIBLE,

Posted by: umar nasidi on June 25, 2004 01:41 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: diana on June 30, 2004 02:50 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Robert McPherson on July 12, 2004 09:57 PM

 


I live in NEW DELHI, INDIA and suffereing from Retinitis pigmentosa and developed Cataract in both eyes. I am 37yrs old and a telecom professional. I do not want to get operated for cataract if a proven solution is available.
Please suggest a Doctor in INDIA for your MSM tratment.

Posted by: Charu Mathur on July 30, 2004 10:14 AM

 



Dear Sir,
Sub.: METHYL SULPHONYL METHANE (MSM)

We have pleasure to introduce ourselves as one of the leading manufacturers of speciality chemicals in India with our manufacturing facilities located in Western India. We have ISO 9001 : 2000 accreditation. You can reach us at our website www.navdeep.com

From amongst the specialities manufactured by us, we are pleased to offer you Methyl Sulfonyl Methane ( MSM ) which we manufacture at a dedicated facility. We have been exporting MSM to USA East Coast since the last two years.

Enclosed, is a copy of our Product Data Sheet which mention the specification of the product. We manufacture both tablet and capsule grades of MSM.

We would like to mention that our product contains only a maximum of 1 ppm Lead ( Pb ) which when compared to other brands of MSM makes it more widely acceptable as other products have max. 10 ppm Lead content.

We would be glad to send you our product samples and also our price and supply terms, on your confirmation. We ensure our best service at al times.

Awaiting your earliest response.

Thanking you.

Yours truly,
For NAVDEEP CHEMICALS PVT. LTD.


P. P. KUNDER
Asst. Manager – Sales Admn.

Encl. a/a.

Posted by: P. P. Kunder on August 27, 2004 12:25 PM

 


use of dmso

Posted by: Ed on January 6, 2005 08:45 PM

 


Have you heard of DMSO and Super Oxide dismutase (SOD) mix to remove cataracts?
If so, what is the mix ratio?

Posted by: Ralph Baker on April 7, 2005 03:48 PM

 


Please send me the details about cataract eye drops being i was effected by it.

Posted by: Raja mahesh on June 22, 2005 12:50 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Del Johnson on January 11, 2006 06:37 PM

 


I have developed Cataract in left eye 20-30% a year ago . Do you think that any such drops would improve & help my case without undergoing surgical operation.Thanks

Posted by: abdul on February 27, 2006 03:03 AM

 


To Mr. Del Johnson,

Would you please kindly provide me with more info. on Brite Eyes drops maybe by ETHOS /SWISS as I am planning to use it. We may communicate on my e.mail: aabdul5@hotmail.com.

Thnaks so much

Posted by: abdul on February 27, 2006 03:29 AM

 


Please let me know What is this MSM product that is helpful for eye cataract cases ??? What does msm stand for and where to get it ?
Thank you elias

Posted by: elias on March 19, 2006 12:58 AM

 


Chris, I have been using MSM drops on my poodle for her cataracts for about 6 months now.
The cataract in her right eye has already dissolved by a full 30%.
I am a firm believer in MSM and DMSO.
Years ago, my cockatoo was near death from a severe respiratory infection.
I restored his health using DMSO.

Posted by: Karen Anne on March 20, 2006 03:11 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: on March 25, 2006 04:26 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Ray on April 11, 2006 12:35 AM

 


For more see:

Cataracts & Vision - Carnosine and N-Acetylcarnosine Eye Drops

Posted by: Chris Gupta on April 11, 2006 03:00 PM

 


Dear Kim:
I have been using Carnosine eye drops on my poodle for her cataracts for about 6 months. ( "Clear Eye Carnosine." It contains 1% N-Acetyl-Carnosine. I ordered it online. )
However, about a month ago I started adding "MSM Drops" to the regimen. ( 4% MSM in saline solution. Also ordered online. )
When I recently did some more investigating on MSM, I found the information on how to make a 15% solution. I ordered the MSM powder, and am now trying to find a bottle of plain saline solution for eyes, that I can remove the lid to, to be able to add the proper amount of MSM.
The Carnosine eye drops are ideally administered 2 - 3 times a day. I have probably averaged twice a day. The same with the MSM drops. I apply them seperately, first the Carnosine, then a few minutes later, the MSM drops.
Her cataracts have improved dramatically.
From the research I have done, it appears that some people and some pets have benefited from MSM, and also Carnosine in relation to cataracts.
I am very slightly near sighted, and have used the Carnosine eye drops.
My vision sharpened after about 2 weeks.
My husband has used Bilberry extract capsules for his nearsightedness and astigmitism for about 2 years, and has found it to be very helpful.
I have also used it for many years, and had the same results.
However, I found that it was important to use a brand that is standarized, to insure potency and quality.
We bought a cheaper brand once, and our vision declined in a matter of days.
The benefits of DMSO, MSM, and Carnosine are incredible, according to our experiences.
Hope this helps.

Posted by: Karen Anne on April 12, 2006 03:11 AM

 


Dear Karen Anne,
I really thank you for the info. I have started using Brights eyes drops which contains 1% N-Acetyl-Carnosine for about 14 days from now and sometime it gets more blarrieness & other times better.Kindly let me know should I continoue or switch to MSM. Again thanks alot. Kim

Posted by: Kim on April 12, 2006 04:13 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Karen Anne on April 14, 2006 05:21 AM

 


Dear Karen Anne,

Thanks for the info. would you please let me know how to buy the product 7 where to find it . We may communicate through my e.mail: ka224@hotmail.com.

Many Thanks

Kim

Posted by: Kim on April 14, 2006 11:58 PM

 


from dr., robert rowan literature i have read that there is a cataract drop preparation containing dmso msm and glutathione. it requires a prescription. from supplirs. eye doctor unlikely to give rx. any suggestions?

Posted by: jose carreras on September 10, 2006 12:21 PM

 


Dear Karen Anne,
Thanks for the info.I was effeted with cataract(age 50 yeas old).Doctors says it was the initial stage.i would like to use eye drops fro cataract.would you like to say about name,product to cataract disaese.waiting for your repaly
Many thanks.

Posted by: chaitanya on January 9, 2007 11:39 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Carol on February 3, 2007 04:07 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Sherrie on February 19, 2007 04:53 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: John Holmes on February 21, 2007 04:23 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Janice on February 24, 2007 03:41 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Bill on July 14, 2007 06:55 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: dan lee on August 8, 2007 09:18 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: gy skaggs on August 12, 2007 06:15 PM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: MH on August 29, 2007 12:19 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Bill on September 17, 2007 09:54 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: Bill on October 6, 2007 07:27 AM

 


awesome mix for turbidity in mammilian eyes;doc christofers eyewash powder mixed 5050 with triphala and pinch of cayanne powder decocted and strained in eyedrop bottle and m.s.m. 15 cut with lab liquid s.o.d., with 30 drops per eyedrop bottle and alternate between these bottles on the hour-very potent...

Posted by: lord nikkon on October 27, 2007 03:41 PM

 


Hi, I have been experiencing cataract sice 2005 in my left eye. still as at today, my vision is clear to read, drive, and to do my other day to day activities, and therfore I did not go for cataract surgery yet. The docters said, to consider the surgery in the future if it requres. Can I reduce or control cataract using your product? please advice me how...

Posted by: MOHAMMADH FARZAN on March 3, 2008 10:21 AM

 


Hi: Everyone: Have a small floater and wanted to know how msm helps remove floaters? I would be very happy if it did. I did order the MSM Eye drops and am waiting to get them. I just wanted to know what it does? Thanks for any help! just started getting this small floater 7 months ago; it is the same one that breaks up into smaller ones; thanks and need relief; i would rather do herbal than surgery; i also am taking vitamins and i do see some improvement; hope to hear from someone soon. thanks for any help

Posted by: Barbara Lassahn on May 15, 2008 02:56 PM

 


Dear Barbara,
What is a floater.Is it meant cataract.If so please let us know how non surgical approaches would help to improve cataract. Regards,

Posted by: kim on May 20, 2008 05:34 AM

 


Help! I need a safe product that will help to dissolve cataracts. I'm new on the computer & cannot figure how to get information. How's about some HELP. Thanks

Posted by: Nathan G. Sanders on May 25, 2008 09:52 PM

 


I wonder if I can get an answer here? I was in my doctor's office the other day and was putting Tears in my eyes (very dry and one sore)and a woman told me to get MSM - I asked what it was and she said I could only get in U.S. I have now found this site, but wondered if this is where I should look (?) I have had my cataracts removed and am having a problem with one eye (both done), which the doctor is treating for a problem resulting from the replaced lense (?) - maybe infection (?) He has been prescribing different eye drops - one with codeine and to which he said I was "codeine resistant". I wonder if using MSM would help, being as I have had the cataract surgery? Would very much like to know the answer to this. Too bad I didn't know about this before opting for the surgery. Thank you.

Posted by: martie on June 21, 2008 04:50 PM

 


one site and book talks about 1 part lemonjuice and 1 part distilled water as a cataract eradicator...

Posted by: eyewerk on August 23, 2008 09:55 PM

 


Kim, you have probably found your question about floaters answered by now. They are mucus tissue that builds up in the viscous fluid in the eye. There is nothing medically that can be done for them that I have heard about in over thirty years of research. Think of small wispy clouds floating in one's vision. Treatment or cures may be there but I haven't found them yet. I am going to try the MSM eye drops.

Posted by: Barb on December 31, 2008 10:09 AM

 


powerfull anticataract wash-half fill an eyedropperbottle with honey/ pinch of cayenne pepper/liquid s.o.d./-5 drops/ teaspoon m.s.m./teaspoon of vineager/pinch of ginger..shake... put 4 drops each eye and close eyes and sit for 15 minutes.did for me in 2 datt ys what nothing else did in 20 monthes

Posted by: eyewerk on January 5, 2009 07:35 PM

 


Thanks Barb for reply.Have you tried MSM drops and what are the effects.Any use of vitamins for Cataract.Thanks

Posted by: kim on March 10, 2009 05:49 AM

 


I am so happy to have found this site with all the comments from such informed people. I have had cataract surgery and am sorry I did. I now have glaucoma in one eye and the doctor has tried all the drops - does not lower pressure. She has also done laser surgery twice. The last time has caused me to lose some sight and probably have some sort of infection (eye red and sore). I am using three different drops and expecting she will want to do surgery as a last resort. I recently heard of MSM for the eyes and will be getting the liquid form from my local health food store. Can someone tell me how to mix it for an eye wash. I am willing to try anything natural that might help. Thank you in advance for any advice.

Posted by: Martie on March 21, 2009 08:18 PM

 


Interesting. I have been on carnosine eye drops for my cataracts. They're worthless for me. I would like to try MSM. I have DMSO. Can someone refer me to where I can buy MSM ay 15 concentration? And do I mix DMSO with it?

Posted by: Richard Young on May 1, 2009 12:02 PM

 


I need to know in U.S. measure how to make MSM eye drops, whithout Colodia Silver. I have brough that kind... it hurts going in and does not help. I used the plain MSM till they took it off the market, it is the ONLY thing that helps my severe dry eyes. April

Posted by: april rane on May 19, 2009 03:52 PM

 


I have been using MSM drops and l-carnosine drops for one year. I have cataracts in both eyes and some macular degeneration in my left eye. In November 2009 I was told I needed cataract surgery. In November 2010 I was told I did not. The improvement in visual acutity (left eye) was from 20/100 to 20/50, (right eye) from 20/70 to 20/40. That is the result of tests by a retinal specialist. This is what I need to know: In using l-carnosine drops I was told I could not take lutein or zeaxanthin. My retinal specialist said that saffron has reversed dry macular degeneration and that I should take saffron supplements. Saffron is a caroenoid, as are lutein and zeaxanthin. Should I not use it? Many thanks for advice.

Posted by: allmymarbles on December 31, 2010 01:28 AM

 


After looking at the postings here, I see that they are all quite old; many have unanswered questions which leaves me to think that it might be pointless to pose yet another.

However, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
It was my intention to make a MSM solution to use in an eye bath to combat a cataract in my left eye.
The more I read, the more confused I became with
several manufactures/distributors, claiming to have the purest product, while warning against the possible impurity of others.
And then comes what liquid and quantity to use in relationship to the amount of powder, crystals, or flakes, or WHATEVER.

Can anyone tell me, by their own experience what has REALLY worked for them personally, dogs and birds are excluded.

What amount of MSM powder, crystals, flakes, or whatever was dissolved in what amount of what liquid?

Thank you for your attention. Alex

Posted by: Alexander on August 26, 2011 01:57 PM

 


Alexander..I agree, many partial recipes and old unanswered questions. I've read that with MSM, you should buy the bulk powder and make sure there are no preservatives, fillers, etc. (which most of the capsules have). The article I read said that in luke warm water a pure MSM powder should dissolve within 15 minutes. I think the health stores carry the powder in bulk..just ask them. Hope this helps!

Posted by: Cathy on September 28, 2011 04:32 AM

 


Can you please tell me how much DMSO and MSM to put in what kind of solution.

Posted by: PAT on April 20, 2012 12:19 PM

 


I recently purchased Dexterity Health Liquid MSM with Vitamin C drops. I thought they were eye drops but when I read the directions it says to mix with water and drink. Is this safe to put in eyes to lower eye pressure. and if not, will drinking this work to lower pressure?

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