21 Bright Eyes

$68.00

#21 Bright Eyes is designed to maintain the body’s natural mineral levels connected with the eyes, and may be beneficial in maintaining normal eyesight. It supports the body’s natural ability to see clearly and may be beneficial in:

  • Helping reduce eye stress
  • Helping support capillary health
  • May reduce free radical damage
  • Supports and promotes long term eye health
SKU: E21 Category: Tags: , ,

Description

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of (Bilberry, Eyebright, Oregon Grape, Red Raspberry, Slippery Elm, Uva Ursi, Yellow Dock, Witch Hazel and Chaparral) 7937 mg per tbsp. Scoop included.
Inactive Ingredients: NONE
Recommended use: 1 level scoop per day for 1000-1200 lb horse. There are approximately 60 scoops per bag.
Available sizes: E21-1 1 lb re-sealable foil bag

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions7 × 1 × 9.75 in

3 reviews for 21 Bright Eyes

  1. Sandra Turinski

    I originally started to use Bright Eyes for my mare diagnosed with glaucoma, cataracts and uveitis at age two. She was being treated medically by a top veterinarian hospital for over a year and a half. Medically, they had exhausted all possibilities. I was told that she would not be safe to ride. Devasted, I started to look for another option. I guess you can say, I was searching for a miracle. I found just that with Silver Lining Herbs. My horse”s vision started to improve, she was less agitated and more confident on the trail. She is now six and I continue to ride her on a regular basis. I have truly found the “Silver Lining” around my dark cloud. Thanks for everything!

  2. Roxi Cook

    In August, my vet noticed small cataracts in both of my 26 year old gelding”s eyes. In order to avoid further irritation to his eyes, he began wearing his fly mask daily with no other treatment offered. When I mentioned this to my equine chiropractor a few weeks later, she suggested looking up Silver Lining. I did just that, read the testimonials and ordered a 1 lb. bag of Bright Eyes to start. On November 6, a different vet was at the ranch for the horses” 6 month check up and I asked him to evaluate Mickey’s eyesight. The vet told me he didn’t see any cataracts in either eye!

  3. Teresa Clark

    I have an eighteen year old gelding that I was showing in cutting, who was diagnosed with pre-cataracts in 1995. Last year I was forced to retire him, as his eyesight had deteriorated so badly, especially in his right eye. I met Mickey at a cutting in Baker City, Oregon last summer (2000) and told him that not only was my horse losing his ability to see, but was becoming extremely agitated in the process. We put him on the #20 Keep Cool and the #21 Bright Eyes. His disposition became much better and last month I had his eyes reexamined because it seemed like he was seeing more. His left eye was completely clear and his right eye showed only a slight trace of cloudiness but the lens was clear. I had his shoes put back on him and am riding him again. Not cutting but certainly have not ruled that out. Dear Silver Lining: As a follow up to the letter I sent you a few months ago, I wanted you to know that I am once again cutting on Amos Malfec. Amos was diagnosed with cataracts and was almost blind in his right eye. His disposition became extremely agitated and I was forced to retire him from any riding. We put him on the Bright Eyes, and the Keep Cool for eight months. As his disposition improved, so did his eyesight. As I reported to you several months ago, upon his last exam, the cataracts are gone. I am back to cutting on him and he is teaching a nine year old girl to ride. I have my old friend back, completely. Thank you.

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