Coenzyme Q10 has been shown to slow the changes associated with Parkinson’s disease. Could it also, then, have a beneficial effect on glaucoma? It’s an intriguing, though currently unanswered, question.
Glutathione is naturally produced by the liver and is a very important natural antioxidant. Is there any evidence That It Might Be Effective In The Treatment Of Glaucoma?
The only study performed on humans using Salvia miltiorrhiza as a treatment of glaucoma used intramuscular injections of Salvia miltiorrhiza. In this study vision seemed to improve and visual fields appeared to stabilize.
Multiple studies have looked into its effect on both chronic open angle glaucoma as well as normal tension glaucoma. The evidence suggests that its use may slow visual field loss.
Alpha-tocopherol is a fat-soluble substance commonly known as “Vitamin E.” Is there evidence that It Can Be Used To Treat Glaucoma?