Itone is a natural eye drops preparation based on Ayurveda.
It claims to relieve eye problems arising out of the continuous use of eyes at work.
The preparation is said to have gone rigorous clinical trials for the safety & therapeutic effects.
It was tested for different eye problems and also for possible side effects if any.
The results of trials in different hospitals and labs have found it to be safe for use on eyes.
It is available as a pack of 10ml formulation and those in united states and Europe can order it through Amazon.
It is found to be effective in eye inflammations, conjunctivitis, eye allergies and also eye infections.
It is recommended to use twice in a day i.e. once at bedtime and other after rising from the bed (morning). In severe cases, it may be given with 3hr intervals.
Also, there is a caution to discontinue its use in case of any allergy persists and recommendation to consult a physician is also mentioned on the label of Itone pack. Use the pack within one month of opening the seal of the bottle.
Itone eye drops ingredients
1. Nimba (neem)
6. Basil herb leaves
9. Haritaki (myrobalan)
10. Bibhitaka (Also part of Triphala churna)
11.Dhatriphata (Phyllanthus emblica)
12. Hardra (turmeric) (Also an ingredient of herbal toothpaste Dant Kanti).
14. Pudina Salwa
15. Madhu (honey)
16. Ela (cardamom fruit)
17. Swet Chandan(sandal)
19. Saindhva laban
All of the extract by aqueous distillate i.e. water extract.
My personal experience with Itone:
I had a burning sensation and redness in the eyes with the continuous use of a computer. This is termed as computer vision syndrome as per medical terminology.
I even had anti-glare glasses as a protection against computer screen. Still, the eyes were under strain so I tried itone on the recommendation of a friend.
The eye drops on the application had a slight burning sensation which subsided immediately. On regular application, twice the eyes felt better and were even better resistant to laptop screen glare. They were less susceptible to screen brightness.
Further use made eyes bright and the vision was clear.
Further, there was no redness and itching in the eyes with regular use. Even when there was some conjunctivitis infection around which spread from one person to other, my eyes were resistant. But as a precaution, I applied Itone drop before bed to avoid infection of conjunctivitis.
And on the label, they mention not use itone which is 30 days older after removal of the seal. This seems to be true as i found that one pack with more than 3 months old was not that effective as a new one.
If you are suffering from computer vision syndrome or other eye allergies you can try itone. But based on this itone review do not solely rely on itone if you have a severe eye problem. It is advised to consult a physician. Since not all physicians would have known this medicine so they might not advice you. But Along with your prescription, you may try it. Since it is not an allopathic medicine, it might not react with other to produce side effects when used together.
If one is suffering from eye problems due to excess work, i recommend to go for itone eye drops.
If you are suffering from eye strain see the tips to prevent eye strain.
Itone eye drops side effects:
As mentioned in the leaflet inside the pack, there are no known side effects reported from multiple human trials and also out of such long standing use in the market.