Have you ever noticed dark specks moving across your field of vision? Called floaters, they become more common with age as the jelly-like substance in our eyes shrinks and become stringy. These strings cast shadows that we see as floaters. To correct and prevent spots, I personally use MSM drops. This naturally occuring compound has been shown to remove floaters and improve circulation in the eyes. Just one drop in each eye twice daily is all it takes! One to try: Dexterity Health MSM Drops (Amazon.com)

For more eye remedies you’ve never heard of (including cataracts, macular degeneration, and dry eyes), see my blog post at: https://annlouise.com/2018/04/24/natural-eye-remedies-youve-never-heard-of/

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  1. Vicki

    I was just diagnosed with these this week. Had floaters and flashing light. Gel had pulled from the back of retina. Will these drops help?

    • Team ALG

      Vicki, We are not able to give medical advice regarding your condition. You certainly could use the drops if you wish.

  2. NJ

    I suffered from a ruptured aneurysm and 2 stokes. Since my surgery, I have gained 60 lbs. I have tried everything to lose weight but I have been unsuccessful. The left side of my body does not work like it should and I cannot exercise. My pituitary gland was damaged from the ruptured aneurysm. Can you give me any guidance?

    • Team ALG

      NJ, Ann Louise has two plans that can help you lose weight, even if you can’t exercise. You can look at them and decide which would fit your needs the best. radicalmetabolism.com and fatflush.com

  3. Maria Oemig

    Can you offer any other suggestions (natural) for help with floaters/black spots in field of vision? I tried the MSM and it’s been 3 weeks with no change.

  4. Jim

    This will be a miracle. I hate my floaters. I’ll definiately get these MSN drops.

  5. Team ALG

    Gingko Biloba to improve circulation to the eyes.Grapeseed and bilberry extracts for their antioxidant properties.. Avoiding activities that harm eye health, such as too much screen time, reading in poor light, smoking, and drinking too much alcohol and caffeine, are additional steps you can take to treat your eye floaters naturally.


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