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Bufo Rana - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

Poison Of The Toad, Rana Bufo, Bufo.

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HPUS indication of Bufo Rana: Sadness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bufo Rana in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Frightful and squinting look,

The eye is somewhat bloodshot from the penetration of the venom,

Inflammation of the eyes and lids,

Sensation as from cold water on the eyes,

Spasmodic pains in the eye,

Drawing in the eyes, with dimness of vision,

Pressive and crampy pains in the eyes, with dazzling and vertigo,

Lancinating and drawing pains in the eyes,

Lancinating and beating pains in the eye, which had been poisoned by the venom,

Sensation as if the eyes were full of sand,

Directly after the poison has been cast into the eye itching, redness, swelling, dimness of vision; very painful lancinating pains; stinging; there last two symptoms last a long time,

A whitish-looking crust over the brows,

Ulceration of the lids,

Large scabs on the eyelids,

Swollen and burning eyelids,

The eyes open more widely,

Inability to keep the eyelids open,

Continual winking,

Convulsive beating of the eyelids,

The eyelashes fall out,

Burning pains at the corners of the eyes, with ulceration and suppuration of these parts,

Considerable lachrymation,

Ulcers on the cornea,

Pupil with red and white reflections,

Pupil dilated and apparently vacillating,

The sight, previously at times weak and disturbed, becomes excellent, and this condition lasts ten months,



Dimness of vision,

Loss of sight,


He cannot look at bright objects,

All objects appear crooked,

Appearance of a veil before the eyes at exactly 3 or 4 o'clock P.M., with smarting in the eyes and lachrymation,

Muscae volitantes,

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