Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Alumina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Quivering sensation of the eyebrows.
Pressure on the eyes, she could not open them.
Pressure in the eyes and sensitiveness to the light.
Pressure in the right eye in the evening, while writing or reading.
Pressure in the left eye, as if something had fallen into it, just below the upper eyelid, during the whole day (5th d.).
Pressure on the left eyeball (aft. ½ h.).
Alternating pressure in the eyelids (1st d.).
Tension about the left eye (2d d.).
Tearing in the right upper eyelid while looking down; when looking upward, a sensation as if the upper lid was longer and was hanging down; then stitches in the right side of the head (2d d.).
Tearing in the upper border of the orbit.
A burning stinging smarting, as from some acid in a corner of the eye.
Stitching in the canthi.
Stitching in the lower eyelid.
Frequent violent itching in the eyes.
Itching in the canthi and the lids.
Excoriations in the interior of the eyes, in the evening; the eyelids then close irresistibly.
Sensation of excoriation and dryness in the inner canthi.
Smarting in the left eye as from soap, in the evening.
Tearing smarting pain in the eye.
Smarting, burning pain in the eyes in the morning (2d d.).
Burning of the eyes, early on awaking.
Burning in the eyes, especially when the looks upward.
Burning and pressure in the eyes.
Burning and pressure in the eyes and in the nose, as if she were catching a cold in the nose.
Burning in the canthi (2d, 3d d.).
Burning and increased secretion of mucus in the eyes, at night and sometimes in the morning, with itching.
Every evening, burning and dryness of the eyelids, with pain in the inner left canthus, and with a secretion of dry gum, every morning for more than a week.
Redness of the eyes, with excoriations in the canthi and dulness of vision; in the evening while reading, he sees a halo around the light; he has to wipe his eyes frequently, and they become closed at night from suppuration; this lasts a long time.
Redness of the right eye, with sensation of soreness and lachrymation (3d and 4th d.).
Inflammation of the conjunctiva of the right eye, without any severe pains, in the evening (1st d.).
On the left lower eyelid, a pimple with stinging pain.
Repeated commencement of a stye on the upper eyelid.
The eyelashes fall out.
Weakness of the eyelids, they are continually tending to close, without any sleepiness, in the afternoon.
He cannot easily open the left eye, because it seems to him as if the upper eyelid was hanging down too far, wherefore he frequently wipes his eyes, so as to see better (5th d.).
The upper eyelid feels as if it were paralyzed, hangs down and only half covers the eye (29th d.).
Tremor of the left eye, as if it would leap out, worse toward evening and while looking down; alleviated by closing the eyes or by looking up or when she holds it with her hand; at the same time the eye is sensitive to the light, so that she had to close it frequently, for 3 days (aft. 47 d.).
Lachrymation of the eyes in the open air.
Frequent lachrymation of the eyes, without pains.
Lachrymation of the eyes, early on awaking.
Running of the eyes and burning, with a sensation as if the face was swollen (1st d.).
A mucous humor is continually secreted in the right eye (gum).
The eyes secrete much mucus during the night, for several days successively.
Early on awaking, much dry eyegum.
The eyes, early on awaking, are glued together and burn when opened, with photophobia.
Nightly agglutination of the eyes for several weeks, with inflamed conjunctiva and with secretion of gum during the day; in the light, especially in the evening, he feels as if there was a gauze before his eyes, compelling him to wipe them, though it does not thereby pass off, and he sees a halo around the light (aft. 10 d.).
The eyes, which are agglutinated in the morning, smart and are dim, which passes away after washing (2d d.).
Squinting of both eyes.
Dimness of vision, as if looking through a mist.
Dimness of vision, at times in the open air, and disappearing in the room.
Dimness of vision as through a fog, in the evening (1st, 30th d.).
Dimness of vision, compelling him to continually wipe his eyes; this alleviates the dimness; with a sensation in the eyes as if they were about to be agglutinated in the canthi (11th d.).
The right eye dim-sighted, as if a feather or a hair were before it, which she thinks she must remove (6th and 7th d.).
She can neither read nor sew at night, on account of the dulness and dryness of the eyes; also during the day her eye-sight is dull (while her sight was at other times acute).
After long looking, there is weakness of the eyes (4th d.).
Flickering and mist before the eyes.
Short flickering and as it were spots before the eyes, a kind of vertigo.
After blowing the nose, little white stars glimmer before the eyes (4th d.).
He sees a light before his eyes, even when closing them.
Whatever she looks at, appears to her yellow (34th, 35th d.).≡ more ...