Ledum Palustre - Eye symptomsMarsh-tea, Ledum
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Ledum Palustre in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Aching in eyes
Extravasation of blood in lids, conjunctiva, aqueous or vitreous
Cataract with gout.
Lids; stuck together; morning
Lids; stuck together; night
Discharges of mucus or pus; from out-breaks on skin
Discharges of mucus or pus; corner; hard; pus
Inflammation; arthritic (gouty and rheumatic)
Inflammation; erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour, see face)
Inflammation; erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour, see face); from bites of insects
Inflammation; with headache
Inflammation; wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)
Pain; during heat
Pain; on opening lids
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; margins of lids
Pain; as from something in eye; like sand in eye
Pain; pressing; outward
Pain; stitching, sudden, sharp
Pain; stitching, sudden, sharp; corner; inner
Paralysis; lids; upper
Paralysis; lids; upper; after injury
Intolerance of light (photophobia)
Swellings; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)
Tears; acrid smell (strong and sharp)
Colours and shapes in front of eyes; colours; black; floating
Exertion of vision
Flickering; when looking intently
Lost vision, blindness
Weak (see eyes, weak)≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.