Sunetra Regular Eye Drops - Ayurvedic Eye Drops
Use within one month of opening the container.
All types of eye strain, night driving, computer usage, exposure to light, heat, dust etc..
dryness of eye,conjunctivits.
Instill 1-2 drops in the eyes, 3-4 times day.
If irritation persists or increases,discontinue use and consult your physician.
Do not touch the dropper tip or other dispensing tip to any surface as this may contaminate solution.
This is a unique eye drops from Dr N P P Namboodiri's Sreedhareeyam Ayurveda hospital. It will helps to protect the eye from day to day strains. Kerala PWD Minister Monce Joseph formally launched the eye drops which will be available all over Kerala within six months and in major South Indian cities within a year.
Dr Namboothiri said 'Sreedhareeyam' had invested about Rs nine crore in its state-of-the-art production facility which can produce more than 100,000 droppers per day.
Run by the traditional 'Nelliakattu Mana' family of 'vaidyans', the 260-bed 'Sreedhareeyam' offered help for eye ailments considered even beyond the scope of modern medicine.
Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Macular Degeneration, Galucoma, Cataract and Retinal Detachment were some of the eye ailments treated at the hospital, Dr Namboothiri said.
With the opening of its new medicine manufacturing unit and the launch of of 'Sunetra', the group was hoping for a turnover of Rs 30 crore over the next year, Managing Director Hari N Namboothiri said.
'Sunetra' eye drops will come in three variants of 'Junior' for children below 17 years, 'Regular' for those between 17 and 60 years and 'Senior' for those above 60 years.
The drops would provide everyday protection to eyes, worn out by strain and over-use, and also help in prevention of long-term diseases, Dr Namboothiri said.
Stating that modern lifestyle, with its predominance of television and computer, wreaked havoc on the eyes, he said the drops would be particularly useful for the 'dry eye syndrome.'