Date: April 20, 2003
Author: biztekmom (email@example.com)
Subject: DMSO for cataracts...
You asked about DMSO for cataracts and I have the information from the book I mentioned in my earlier message. It is a bit long but goes like this...
In ophthalmology, DMSO was put into the intraocular area of the eye and was beneficial in the treatment of corneal swelling.
An ophthalmologist reported to the American College of Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) in May 1980 that he had great success using DMSO in treating cataracts and other eye problems. "I've treated two hundred patients in the last year for macular degeneration (deterioration of the macula lutea, an area of the retina),macular edema (swelling of the macula lutea)and traumatic aveitis (an inflammation of the pigmented area of the eye),"the eye specialist said. "I instill 5 mg of DMSO in 1 cc of normal saline placed retrobulbar under Tenon's capsule behind the equator or to wherever the area of activity is. Strictly for cataracts, all we need to do is put one drop of DMSO directly onto the eyeball."
Other ACAM physicians told of instilling one drop of a solution consisting of 25 mg of DMSO with 2 cc of superoxide dismutase (SOD) once or twice a day for clearing cataracts and glaucoma.
The ophthalmologist said, "In using DMSO, glaucoma drugs are potentiated, including those required for treating wide-angle glaucoma. But DMSO alone is better for macular degeneration. In dropping it, we may combine 5 mg of 2 cc DMSO with 5 mg of 2 cc SOD for a 4 cc solution."
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