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Get Rid of Floaters in the Eyes

Get Rid of Floaters in the Eyes

I have received numerous requests for my article on eye floaters so I decided to repeat it again.  Eye Floaters are little bits of debris in the vitreous— the clear material that fills the eyeball. They often appear as specks, strands, webs, or rings that show up more when the eye is moved or when you look into the sunlight. They can occur at any age, but are generally more common as we age and the vitreous thickens or shrinks. Many people have been told there is no hope for this condition.  This is not true.  I once had so many floaters, which started in childhood, that on a sunny day the various shapes floating by reminded me of a star-studded night.  I have totally cured myself. Here’s what you can do to improve your eye health:

Antioxidants
Eating foods and drinking juices rich in antioxidants are a good home remedy for floaters. Foods rich in vitamin C, beta-carotene, and E are the best sources of antioxidants. Juice carrots, dark leafy greens, lemon, and any other brightly colored vegetables.

Vitamin C is essential for overall eye health. Since floaters are often the result of vitreous tears detachments and/or clumping of the vitreous due to aging, Vitamin C is helpful in blood and lymph circulation and waste elimination. It can help in breaking down eye floaters.

Taurine (an amino acid)
Taurine, an essential amino acid, is a natural cure for floaters as it maintains the function of the retina. Since this nutrient is not synthesized by the human body, taurine must be obtained from food sources or supplements. Taurine is found in most muscle meat.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids:
Hemp oil is believed to be one of the best home remedies for floaters. It is a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids, which have protective properties against retinal diseases.  Omega 3 fatty acids are also found in fish, fish oil, walnuts and wheat germ.

Serrapeptase Enzyme
Serrapeptase enzyme digests the debris, blood clots, and dead tissues that cause the floaters.

20 comments

  1. Hi, do you know of anyone who tried all of these and it worked? Both me and my daughter have floaters. I also read that serrapeptase doesn’t work. Can Taurine be taken in pill or tea form as I do not eat “muscle” meat. Thank you Cherie

    • Taurine can be taken in pill form. This program worked for me.

  2. You want to maintain the collagen matrix or helping floaters….besides all the wonderful juice,try these 5 supplements as well.

    vit. c
    grapeseed extract
    chicken collagen–available in pills
    hyalauronic acid
    msm

  3. Hi, I tried everything listed above for over 2 years and nothing happened. The supplements listed are also blood thinners, so be careful. Caused me a trip to the emergency room. I tried Can C eye drops after the above method, made a huge difference for me.

    • It is Serraphase that can thin the blood. If you are taking blood thinners, than you should consult your doctor before taking this enzyme.

      • I was not taking blood thinners. There is no warning on your site about the supplements. Taurine, fish oil and serrapeptase are all thinners. How many years does this method take? Did not work at all for me. Tried for 2 years.

        • It sounds like you did not do well with these supplements. I would recommend juicing vegetables each day. The carotenes and other antioxidant nutrients could be very helpful for your eyes. Obviously, the supplements were not the right direction for you. We are all so different, but everyone’s eye health can be improved with lots of veggies and veggie juice.

  4. I have floaters, not as strong as 3 months ago.I went to a retina specialist & have been seen 3x. I see him in Sept. The retina remains in tact so far. I need to know where to get the Taurine, I do not eat red meat. Also, where to get Serrapeptase?
    Thanks

    • You can get the supplements by ordering them on line. Or check with your health food store.

  5. Thank you for the information. Can someone take Serrapeptase to prevent floatters, or you take it only when you need it?
    thank you.

    • Seraphase is a powerful digestive enzyme that does thin the blood so you do need to be cautious. I would not recommend taking it unless you need it. The rest of the program is just fine as a preventative.

  6. Hi Cherie, Do you have suggestions for reversing cataracts?

    • I have a chapter on cataracts in my book The Juice Lady’s Guide to Juicing for Health. It’s a whole dietary and juicing and supplement approach.

  7. DragonKali

    Stringy floaters = floating dead candida
    You all have candida!
    I have them too.
    Look at a uv/sunbed lamp and you will see lots more of them in clear.

  8. I have heard that most Eye Floaters are a type of FUNGI, has anyone else read this radical theory ?

  9. do floater have colors

    • Usually black or clear. I’ve not heard of colors.

  10. In the right lighting if you look close enough, I can see opaque wormlike structures, some are inter tangled.

    I thought they were Bartonella, Citomegalovirus or Epstein Barr virus. I think I can definately see the organism… and some of the worms have dots in them going down their bodies.

    Most of the time they just like floaters, little black lines and dots. I can’t wait to get rid of them. I was floater clear until a long plane ride of 14 hours. eye drs have not been helpful, their microscopes are not strong enough to determine the organism and they don’t really believe anyway. I don’t believe it’s age!

    • I don’t believe it’s age either. I had parasites in my right eye. Get the Parasite Cleanse Kit on my website. It really does work.