Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Badiaga in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Under the eyes, blue,
Scrofulous inflammation of the eyes, with hardening of the Meibomian glands. N. N.
The right eye is irritated and somewhat inflamed, with headache during the afternoon, same as the seventh and eighth days,
Bluish-purple margin of the eyelids, and blueness under the eye (twelfth day),
Twitching of the left eyelid,
Headache extending to the eyeballs,
Pain in left eyeball from trembles; from forehead,
Pain in the left eyeball and temple, quite severe, extending to the left side of the head and forehead (eleventh day),
Pains in the eyeballs extending into the temples, aggravated by turning them in either direction (ninth day),
At 3 P.M., in the posterior portion of the right eyeball, a severe intermitting pain, more or less severe during the afternoon (third day); same, and in temple (fourth day); in left eye (sixth day),
Slight aching pains in the posterior portion of both eyeballs and in the temples (with headache from 2 P.M. till 7 in the morning), (fifth day),
The left eyeball quite sore, even upon closing it tightly (twelfth day),≡ more ...