Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Cataracts? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Cataracts. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.
16 results found for Cataracts
|Treatment nameBETA-CAROTENE||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (7)|
|Treatment nameCHONDROITIN SULFATE||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (16)|
|Treatment nameCHYMOTRYPSIN||Effectiveness:Effective||Read Reviews (5)|
|Treatment nameFISH OIL||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (199)|
|Treatment nameHYALURONIC ACID||Effectiveness:Likely Effective||Read Reviews (218)|
|Treatment nameLUTEIN||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (56)|
|Treatment nameLYCOPENE||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (12)|
|Treatment nameNIACIN AND NIACINAMIDE (VITAMIN B3)||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (137)|
|Treatment nameRIBOFLAVIN||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (37)|
|Treatment nameSELENIUM||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (21)|
|Treatment nameTHIAMINE (VITAMIN B1)||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (20)|
|Treatment nameTOMATO||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (1)|
|Treatment nameVITAMIN A||Effectiveness:Possibly Effective||Read Reviews (12)|
|Treatment nameVITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (51)|
|Treatment nameVITAMIN E||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (46)|
|Treatment nameZINC||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (54)|
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