Our herbal medicines regulates the micro-circulation.
Reverses Ischemic conditions by increasing Oxygen supply.
In case of sudden vision loss due to vitreous haemorrhage our treatment restores vision within 2 to 8 weeks approx. and it is also prevents further vision loss.

Diabetic Maculopathy is resolved or stabilized by our herbal treatment.

In case of blurred or diminished vision due to maculopathy our treatment recovers the vision.

NOTE: In maculopathy even after all possible treatments like laser, injections in eyes etc. still the condition exists and affects the vision. In this stage our herbal treatment   helps to resolve maculopathy and improves vision and stabilizes the condition.
IN NPDR & PDR STAGE (non proliferative & proliferative diabetic retinopathy)
By our treatment NPDR, PDR stage gets stabilized. In NPDR, PDR associated with vision loss due to edema or haemorrhage, this treatment restores vision and stabilize the condition thus prevents further vision loss.


In post Vitrectomy cases, our treatment helps to stabilize the condition without showing any new changes in the retina

 It is safe to use this herbal medicine along with allopathic medicine

In the last ten years, thousands of patients have benefited from this treatment.



Laser treatment is the main treatment of retinopathy in allopathic system of treatment.

Laser light (shown in yellow) is shone into the eye through a small contact lens, and makes small burns on the retina
A powerful narrow beam of light which burns the retina situated in the eye. Laser burns cause permanent damage to retina and the vision in the laser treated part of retina is permanently lost. In the advanced stage of diabetic retinopathy, the patient requires more than 4000 laser burns in each eye just to preserve central vision. These Laser burns on retina lead to loss of peripheral vision (side vision) and reduce night vision and color vision.

Our herbal treatment unlike laser doesn't damage the retina. It not only restores the vision but it also prevents further vision loss.


Side effects and complications of laser

  1. Night Blindness After Laser
  2. Color Vision Impairment
  3. Reduced Side Vision After Laser
  4. Loss of Contrast Sensitivity and Glare Problems
Night Blindness After Laser
The peripheral retina contains more of  rod cells that we use to see at night. Thus in lasering the peripheral retina we lose more rod cells that we need to see with at night. Night driving may become more difficult due to loss of the rod cells. If extensive laser has been performed, night driving may become dangerous.
Color Vision Impairment After Laser
Color vision may be mildly affected along the yellow-blue axis. 
Reduced Side Vision After Laser
Pan-retinal laser treatments require thousands of laser burns across the peripheral retina. By lasering these peripheral areas, more oxygen is available to the supply the crucial center of the retina, where our sharpest vision exists. Unfortunately, some side vision must be sacrificed to save the center vision.
Loss Of Contrast Sensitivity And Glare Problems After Laser

Patients often describe a “hazy-glare” after laser surgery. Contrast sensitivity, the ability to judge subtle differences in images like seeing a gray object on a dark gray background decreases. Our world is one of subtle contrasts. We use contrast sensitivity to see faces or find a dark object on a darker background.

Although PRP laser is necessary to control the neovascular process, the laser burns themselves damage the retina and can cause a loss of peripheral vision, difficulty with night vision or an increase in retinal swelling.

Our herbal medicine without damaging the retina and without affecting peripheral vision, night vision it controls the neovascular process.



The most common cause of visual loss with diabetic retinopathy is the development of macular edema (or swelling), where micro-vascular anomalies leak fluid and proteins into the retina. This is referred to as clinically significant macular edema (CSME) and requires treatment.

The "gold" standard of care as determined by the early treatment diabetic retinopathy trial (ETDRS) is to perform laser photocoagulation to the areas of retinal thickening. Although the laser treatments are highly effective at drying up the areas of retinal edema, vision improvement rarely occurs--the treatment is done to prevent further loss of vision.

by focal grid laser treatment vision improvement rarely occurs but by our herbal treatment vision improvement surely occurs by reducing macular edema without damaging retina.

Note: It is important to note that the development of proliferative diabetic retinopathy is often accompanied by diabetic kidney disease.

VITRECTOMY (eye surgery):

Vitrectomy is the surgical removal of the vitreous gel from the middle of the eye It may be done when there is a retinal detachment. vitreous gel may also be removed if blood in the vitreous gel (vitreous hemorrhage) does not clear on its own.

unfortunately this operation causes significant risks to sight because of the possible complications, like retinal detachment, cataract, glaucoma, infections, permanent loss of vision and permanent loss of the eye in few percent of cases are unavoidable. Most eye surgeons are therefore reluctant to recommend this surgery.
After vitrectomy (eye surgery}
33% have vision better than 6/18
3% develop rubeotic glaucoma
12% develop a cataract
Outcome are naturally worse after surgery if there is an ischemic macula or if the fellow eye as poor sight
After vitrectomy surgery there are again chances of vision loss due to haemorrhage. Even in that condition our unique medicines helps to restore the vision and prevents further haemorrhage and avoids another surgery.
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