Catalin (Pirenoxine) is an anti-cataract agent used to inhibit the development of cataracts in patients considered at risk. Its mechanism of action is interacting with calcium and selenite ions, which are known to play a central role in the formation of lens cataracts. This in turn can help stop crystals in the eye that are water soluble from insolubilization, which allows for the eye lens and vision to remain clear. Another medical study showed that it might be effective in helping preventing an oxidative attack on the eye lens, which could further explain its potential as a treatment for cataract prevention.
Warnings and Precautions
1. If you have an allergic or hypersensitive reaction, seek emergency medical attention.
2. Possible symptoms include difficulty breathing, difficulty swallowing, swelling, chest tightness, skin rashes, and hives.
3. This medication should only be used as instructed and prescribed by your physician or pharmacist. Do not alter your dosage unless specifically instructed to do so by either of the above.
4. Dosage and usage often depends on the severity of the condition, as well as the patient’s medical history and current health condition.
5. Before you begin using this medication, ensure your physician is aware of the following:
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you have any allergies.
If you have any other illnesses, disorders, or medical conditions.
If you are using any other drugs or medication.
If you are using any vitamins or supplements.
Experimental Molecular weight frequencies for Pirenoxine or Catalin, use at own risk!
Molecular weight = 308.249 g/mol
Frequencies for Remote (sub harmonics 65-87):
Frequencies for Contact (sub harmonics 64-87):
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Preset for Remote
Preset for Contact