Eye Drops for Eye Conditions

Dipyridamole drops can be used to soothe the symptoms of many different eye conditions. These eye drops area a natural remedy for pterygium, and its less-severe form, pinguecula (some evidence even suggests it can help the yellow spots as a result of these conditions) . Additionally, it can soothe the effects of Meibomian gland dysfunction, chorodial nevus, cataracts, glaucoma, and more.  Read on to learn more about these drops and how they can help soothe the many irritating symptoms you can get from eye conditions.

Eye Conditions - Pinguecula


Various Eye Conditions Helped

There are many different conditions that can be helped by using these unique dipyridamole eye drops, including dry eye syndromes, glaucoma, cataracts, viral eye infections, nevus, Meibomian gland dysfunction, and more.

It is important to understand that dipyridamole and its impact on treating conditions like pterygium are ongoing and are very new. Read more to get more information about each of these conditions and how the drops can be a natural remedy.

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What is Pinguecula?

Pinguecula (pin-GWEK-yoo-la) is a yellowing and slightly raised thickening of the conjunctive tissue of the white of the eye (this is called the sclera). Irritation from dust, wind, or even UV light are thought to be the cause of this eye condition, but the confirmed cause is unknown. Sufferers of this condition will experience symptoms like irritation, may have trouble wearing contact lenses, and will find a cream-colored, chalk-like growth on the white of the eye, near the nose and between the eyelids.

Pinguecula Eye Drops Remedy

Pinguecula Natural Treatment

There was no known remedy for this frustrating condition – until now. Previously, pinguecula and pterygium was treated with steroid drops, but these only slowed the growth, and carried side effects. Surgery was also an option, but wasn’t always effective and can go wrong. 

Pterygium condition


A pterygium (tur-IJ-ee-um) can develop slowly, growing across the eyeball toward the pupil. It a noncancerous lesion that can interfere with vision. Often seen in people who spend long amounts of time indoors, it is thought that it may be caused by exposure to UV light. Thankfully, dipyridamole drops are an effective remedy and provide relief from this irritating eye condition.

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction

Meibomian is the blockage of the Meibomian glands, which are located in the eyelid. Because of this blockage, oil isn’t secreted into tears, which means they evaporate too quickly, resulting in dry eye syndrome. Options for relief include manual gland probing by a doctor. For this process, the doctor presses on the hardened gland with an instrument to open it, as well as antibacterial drops, and a drug called Cyclosporine, which alters the body’s natural immune response. Unlike traditional remedies, dipyridamole drops have no known side effects, and have been proven to be effective to soothe the symptoms. 

Meibomian eye problem

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Cataracts are fairly common eye conditions for those over the age of 55 but can also appear in children’s eyes. They appear as an opaque or cloudy area in the lens of the eye, which is normally clear – this often interferes with normal vision. Cataracts are often remedied through surgery, with the removal of the lens (this is called extracapsular surgery), or with the removal of the lens after breaking it up with an ultrasonic probe (this is called small-incision cataract surgery). Thanks to dipyridamole drops, surgery can be avoided, and sufferers of cataracts can get relief.

Chorodial Nevus

A chorodial nevus appears as a spot in the white part of the eye – similar to a freckle. A nevus can form on the skin, and like these, they can grow into a malignant melanoma. There is no safe way to remove them, but surgery is often suggested. Dipyridamole eye drops have been shown to be effective in reducing the thick nevus and may eliminate it altogether over time (though the research is very new).

Chorodial Nevus



When a person suffers from glaucoma, they will experience vision problems, and can eventually suffer permanent loss of vision if left without treatment. It damages the optic nerve, and pressure can buildup within the eye causing blindness. Dipyridamole drops may help glaucoma, but research is still in the beginning stages.

Fight Eye Conditions Naturally and Avoid Surgery

Surgery and other non-natural remedies can have major side effects. If you're looking for natural relief from the symptoms of your irritating and painful eye conditions, dipyridamole eye drops are the answer. Eye bumps from pterygium and pinguecula can be limiting, frustrating, and painful, and choosing surgery may be a difficult choice to make. Choosing a natural remedy with our eye drops is a wonderful way to get relief from these symptoms without choosing intrusive options.

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