Removing Your Own Cataracts Naturally!

Removing Your Own Cataracts Kindle Book CoverFrom the book “How to Dissolve, Reverse, & Halt Advancing Cataracts with Herbs, Homeopathy, Light Therapy, Antioxidants, Nutrition, Low Level Radiation & More!”

Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in the world today. It numbers 3 million yearly in the U.S. alone.

Of these, serious complications, such as, retinal detachment, corneal edema, or the need for a cornea transplant will claim around 27,000 individuals.

And while cataract surgery is generally recognized as being very safe, there is a significant complication rate. Within two years, 30% to 50% of the individuals having cataract extraction develop opacification (cloudiness) of the posterior lens capsule that will require laser treatment.

Added to this, are the fears and discomforts that are associated with surgery and other potential problems resulting from an artificial lens. Fortunately, there are alternatives. Clinical tests have shown in 90% of the age related cataract cases studied, improvement in visual acuity was noted with the use of one simple alternative treatment.

What is a Cataract?

The leading cause of visual loss in adults age 55 and older, a cataract is formed when the eye’s crystal clear lens becomes cloudy. Picture adding milk drop-by-drop into a glass of pure water until you can’t see through the haze. Now picture the eye of a small child whose lens is almost completely clear. The eye of this child, like the glass of pure water, is at the beginning of a subtle process that can affect us all.

Almost completely clear as a child, a lens by age 20 will have become cloudier, more so by age 45, continually progressing, unrecognized by its owner until the haze becomes too dense for the accommodating brain to make necessary visual adjustments.

Over 99% of all cataracts are progressive, being called senile, advancing or age-related cataract, and can appear in your 40s and 50s; but most are small and don’t affect vision. It is after age 60 that most cataracts rob your sight.


Since cataracts disperse light, you may have cataracts if…

  • Your eyes are sensitive to light and glare, especially when you’re in out the sun or looking into the headlights of oncoming cars.
  • You find it increasingly difficult to see at night.
  • You see “halos” around lights.
  • Your vision is clouded, blurred, or dim.
  • Colors seem to be faded, yellow, brown or red tinged.
  • Your depth perception is “off.”
  • You have difficulty reading.
  • You have double vision in a single eye.
  • You frequently change your eyeglass or contact lens prescription.

A cataract can develop in one or both eyes. It may or may not affect an entire lens. At first, you may be unaware of any vision loss, if the cloudiness caused by a cataract affects only a small part of the eye’s lens. As the cataract grows larger, more of your lens becomes clouded to distort the light passing through the lens. This may lead to noticeable signs and symptoms.

For people who have cataracts, seeing through a cloudy lens is a bit like looking through a frosted or fogged-up window. In the beginning, stronger lighting and eyeglasses can help. You may even feel there is a film over your eyes or glasses that you can’t blink or rub it away.

In the book Removing Your Own Cataracts, you are brought to an in-depth understanding as to the various ways a cataract can develop (medications, especially steroids, are many times, implicated, as are sugar substitutes). You are given guidelines as to  how you  can prevent a cataract, and, if necessary, reverse it to clear your lens.

Methods for clearing the eye can include homeopathic eye drops with the herb cineraria or eye drops whose principle ingredient is the antioxidant N’ Acetyl-Carnosine.  Light therapy and how you can undertake it at home is also explained and the use of low level radiation stones which have also been of help for macular degeneration and more. Clinical studies and much expanded information has been included to aid your understanding.

What is ultimately important to know is that surgery is not inevitable for cataracts. There is something inherently wrong in the orthodox medical attitude to  “wait until the cataracts are so bad that you can’t see and then can cut them out.” There is another way. You can heal yourself and you can,  in fact, “remove” your own cataracts, clear your own lenses, and at the very least prevent them from progressing. The book Removing Your Own CataractsHow to Dissolve, Reverse, & Halt Advancing Cataracts with Herbs, Homeopathy, Light Therapy, Antioxidants, Nutrition, Low Level Radiation & More can tell you how.

If you are up to watching, a cataract surgery video is below. Warning: It is graphic and the surgeon is explaining what he is doing to other professionals in the operating room.


I must add that this information is for educational and informational purposes only. You should not undertake any new program without discussing it with your health practitioner.

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  1. This is a fascinating article Julia – I had no idea that cataracts could be treated in this way. I have downloaded your book and look forward to reading more and sharing the knowledge with my followers.

    Many thanks

  2. Hi Julia,
    This is an absolutely fascinating subject. I hadn’t realized it, but from the symptoms you list, I believe I may be developing cataracts. I’m trying to get the book on Amazon but when I click on the Kindle purchase link, it says price not available! I’ll try again tomorrow and hope that the Amazon Fairy will have sorted it all out by then.
    Kind regards,

    • Julia M. Busch says:

      Hi Jo,

      Thank you for you comment. The reason you are having difficulty downloading the book is because the link is taking you to and you will need to purchase in

      This link goes to and should work for you Removing Your Own Cataracts.

      My very best,

  3. Dear Julia,

    I don’t have a Kindle device. Is this book available in a hard copy, or in printable form?

    Please let me know. It’s for my mum, so very important to me.

    With best wishes

  4. I am unable to use a kindle device. Is it likely that the book “Curing your own Cataracts” will be available in paper form? I hope so.

    • Julia M. Busch says:

      Hi Janet,

      The book “Curing Your Own Cataracts” should be available in paper in the not too distant future. However, if you have any device (pc, apple, smart phone, etc.) free kindle apps are available for download. I personally use either the app for my pc or the Cloud Reader to read my kindles since I don’t own a kindle. You can pick up an app for most any device here. I hope this helps.


  5. Looking forward to the book! I try to limit my computer time, since it’s hard on the eyes.

    • Julia M. Busch says:

      Hi Victoria,

      Check your email I have a gift that I made up especially for you. Since I don’t expect to have a hard copy of the book in the very near future, I put together a downloadable pdf that you can print out. Keep a copy on your hard drive as well so you can open the links (in blue type) to check the videos, extra information, and various aids online.

      My best wishes,

  6. Siegfried says:

    Where can I get a copy of this book……………..

    • Julia M. Busch says:

      Hi Siegfried,

      It is available on Amazon kindle. If you are in the U.S., you can find it here If you are outside the U.S. Just go to Amazon in your country and search the Kindle Store for Julia M. Busch “Curing Your Own Cataracts.” There is no hard copy to date. But if you are interested, I could place a downloadable pdf on this site that you could access through PayPal. If this is something you would like please let me know. I would personally keep a copy on my hard drive, however, because there are links to videos and other useful information that can only be accessed online. Thank you for your interest

  7. Is it too late to ask a question even though this is 2015? My mom has cataracts developing or in both eyes. Are there other methods to rid them of cataracts that are safe? Also, how do you fix nearsightedness and farsightness in the eyes? How do you get your vision back to 20/20 and even better than that like 20/10 20/5 etc(presuming therre is something that exists better than 20/20)

    I predict in 2020 people will have perfect vision (joke)


    • Julia M. Busch says:

      Hi John, There are various eye drops that have been proven effective by many people. I have listed them in my book on cataracts. One of them are products that contain n acetyl carnosine.

      Eye exercises and relaxation techniques can help with near and farsightedness. One of the best books I’ve found is the “Bates Eye Method.” Chaney also has a good book called “The Eyes Have It.”

      Hope this helps.

  8. Hello
    Like most of your interested parties listed here, I too, do not have
    a Kindle. What I do have are cataracts that won’t go away without
    something better than what I have tried. Do you have your book
    in print form? If not, please help me download it to my laptop so
    I can print it out. Thank you most sincerely, D.

  9. mark hamilton says:

    Awesome! I am so glad to read a positive message on cataract removal by treatment. I have been using can c and the cataracts are slowing and lessening. I think if I researched it…I could get them out of here. Thank you for your strength of perspective. Not everybody has to have surgery.

  10. Does anyone know ANYONE who has actually reversed their cataract? I would like to communicate with them. I only see methods but have never seen testimonials. I would like to know that something, anything actually WORKS.

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