Aging Eyes

Can C Eye Drops For Aging Eyes

Can-C eye drops have received a lot of press of recent and deservedly so. Can-C eye drops contain the breakthrough ingredient N-acetylcarnosine, an anti-oxidant with anti-aging capabilities that can reverse the effects of cataracts. Can-C drops have been proven to work through clinical trials conducted by Dr. Mark Babizhayev and IVP. However, according to IVP (Innovative Vision Products), Can-C drops can only be effective when used in the original, unadulterated carnosine formula.

Using Can-C drops is easy as it is non-invasive and it’s a completely natural formula that is not associated with any side effects. You simply apply 2 drops twice a day at maximum but once a day is fine too.

Specific Benefits of Can-C drops:

From the clinical studies conducted by Dr. Mark Babizhayev, notable improvements were noted after regular application of Can-C eye drops including

  • The slowdown of senile cataract development
  • Easing of the intraocular pressure that is usually caused by glaucoma
  • Rectifying disorders resulting from wearing contact lens
  • Notable improvement of presbyopia condition for those who suffer from it
  • Significant improvement of corneal disorders for people who have the condition
  • Reduction in eye strain for those with reading difficulties
  • Notable improvement in people with symptoms of computer vision syndrome
  • Reduction in discomfort for those with ocular inflammation
  • Elimination of dry eye symptoms
  • Significant improvement in reducing symptoms of retinal diseases
  • Elimination of vitreous lesions and opacities and finally, Can-C drops have shown many properties that lead to the improvement of aging eyes.

Improvement in any or all of the aforementioned conditions was noted only within a month, but for maximum efficacy and complete elimination of symptoms, application of Can-C eye drops should be continued for not less than 3 months. Once you discover symptoms, you should begin treatment as soon as possible.

Battle Reenactments

The 25th Continental Regiment..

About Our Regiment

Our emphasis is on the lifestyle and the every day arts of the period. Our regiment consists of families, men, women and children of all ages all dedicating themselves to keeping our heritage alive.

We are quite proud of the fact that entire families are associated with the regiment and.. in fact, the regiment itself is more of a family unit than a military one.

If you enjoy camping, traveling to different places, have a love of history and would like to join us for the Ethan Allen Colonial Fair in Bennington, please contact us.


Exibitors, Music, Games & Entertainment at the Colonial Fair..

There will be many activities for children at the Ethan Allen Colonial Fair. We will offer several different toys and games that were popular with colonial children such as: rolling hoops, jacks, marbles, whirli-gigs, Jacob’s ladder, Jackstraws, checkers, tops, and more. Children will have the opportunity to wear clothing fashioned from the 1700′s and have their photos taken. Crafts that were made long ago will be offered such as tinsmithing, paper quilling, yarn dolls and more. Some storytelling and music will be offered throughout the day. There will be riddles and tongue twisters for you to try and even some “butter-churning.” The school bell will ring at various times and a “Colonial School” will take place with a costumed school teacher. Beware of the dunce cap!


  • Battenkill River Pottery
  • Bennington Historical Society
  • Bennington Potters
  • Daughters if the American Revolution
  • Harvest Moon Kettle Corn
  • Noel Schweissinger
  • Park McCullough House
  • Revolution Wear
  • Second Congregational Church
  • The Bennington Museum
  • The Ethan Allen Homestead
  • The Soap Man
  • Vermont Historical Society
  • Whispering Dream Pewter