REMOVE METABOLIC WASTE & TOXICITIES
Sulfur is the third leading mineral that is naturally found in our body and is largely responsible for the antioxidant properties of glutathione. The sulfur in glutathione acts like a sticky flypaper that attracts and flushes free radicals and toxicities out of the body.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY & MOISTURIZING
MSM is known to inhibit inflammatory processes in the body and improve cell permeability. This makes MSM useful for reducing ocular swelling, balancing intraocular pressure that may damage the optic nerve, moisturizing the eyes, and preventing damage from oxidative stress.
BOOST GLUTATHIONE PRODUCTION
Sulfur plays a critical role in facilitating the production of glutathione, which is commonly called the “master antioxidant”. It is found in critical amino-acids like cysteine, cystine, methionine, homocysteine, and taurine.
IMPROVE NUTRIENT ABSORPTION.
MSM increases cell permeability and softens tissue, which improves nutrient flow and absorption throughout the eye. This is important for balancing intraocular pressure, removing toxicities from the eye, and repairing damaged membranes.
- MSM 5% Solution
- Distilled Purified Water
- Saline 0.9% Solution
- Disodium EDTA as a lubricant
Instill 1-2 drops per eye up to 6 times per day.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Why do 15% MSM drops sting?
15% MSM drops may sting for a few seconds after application. This is a normal response and not something to be worried about and reduces over time as oxygenation and hydration in the eye improve.
For this reason, some prefer to “build-up” to the 15% solution by using the 5% MSM drops, which typically do not sting at all, for a few months first.
Can I use these drops with contacts?
Can I use these drops with other eye drops?
Yes. To maximize absorption space out the application by at least 5 minutes.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and this information is in no way intended as a substitute for receiving professional medical care. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease