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Causticum - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

Hahnemann's Tinctura acris sine Kali, Kali hydr, Kali hyd, Caustic, Causticum hahnemanni, Caust.

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HPUS indication of Causticum: Hoarseness

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



In the eye, a pressive pain, which is aggravated on touching it.

Pressive pain into the eyes, starting from the forehead.

Pressure in the orbits and behind the eyes.

A very painful pressure in the eyes, in the morning, before he can keep his eyes open; when the shuts them again, the pain is relieved.

Pressure in the eyes as if there was sand in them.

Pressure in the upper eyelid, as if a stye were forming.

Pressure in the upper eyelid, as from a swelling, as if a stye were forming.

Pressure in the right eye, as if from a swelling of the eyelids, which are actually red, with watery eyes.

Pressive pain above the right eye, as if the upper eyelid was about to be pressed down (aft. ¾ h.).

Pressure in the eyes, as if they were pressed from without inward and would come out.

Pressure in the left eye, as if it were being gouged out.

An internal pressure in the eye, as if it were being distended.

Distending pain in the right eyeball.

Drawing in the arch of the right eyebrow.

Tearing and pressure in the eyes.

Itching above the eyes.

Itching in the eyes and in the canthi, which goes off by rubbing them (with subsequent lachrymation of them).

Itching in the right eyeball, in the morning.

Itching of the eyes, especially of the lids.

Itching on the lower eyelid, and on its internal surface; with burning as soon as he touches the eye or moves it.

Itching like a flea-bite in the inner left canthus, with excitation to scratch.

Voluptuous itching on the right canthus, compelling to rub it for an hour (aft. 8 h.).

Smarting in the eyelid.

Sensation in the eyes, as from salt.

Smarting and pressure in the eyes, which feel heavy, with redness of the eyelids.

An itching pain as from soreness in the inner canthus of the right eye, in the morning, after awaking, as if from salt that has got in the eye, compelling violent rubbing, and yet much aggravated thereby, so that water exudes, without redness of the eye.

Excoriative pain of the left eyelid (aft. 4 d.).

Heat in the eyes.

Burning in the eyes, without redness.

Burning and dryness in the eyes, in the afternoon; or also in the evening with pricking in them as from needles, together with photophobia.

Burning in both the inner canthi (3d, 4th d.).

Burning of the left eyelid.

Burning pain on the edge of the eyelids, as from burning with Gun Powder gunpowder.

Inflammation of the eyes, with burning and pressive pains (aft. 4 d.).

Inflamed eyelids from time to time with hardened eyegum between the lashes.

Inflammation of the eyes with pressure therein by day, while they are closed by suppuration in the morning.

Eyes closed by suppuration, in the morning.

Sensation of dryness with pressure in the eyes.

Friction in the eyes as of sand.

First dryness and stiffness in the eyes in the morning, then lachrymation of same.

Lachrymation of the eyes, especially in the open air (2d and 3d d.).

Lachrymation of the eyes, even in the room, but chiefly in the open air.

Unusual lachrymation of the eyes in the room, without redness in them.

The eyes, lachrymating before, become better (curative action).

Eyegum in and about the canthi.

Quivering of the left eyebrow (aft. 2 d.).

Visible twitching of the eyelids and of the left eyebrow.

Sensation as if the eyelids were swollen, chiefly in the morning.

Sensation of heaviness in the upper eyelid, as if he could not well raise it, or as if it was agglutinated to the lower lid, and could not be loosed easily.

Tendency to close the eyes; they closed involuntarily.

The opening of the eyes is rendered difficult, with a sensation as if the lids were swollen, chiefly in the morning.

Weary in the eyes.

Sensation as if the eyes would close for weariness.

The pupils in the beginning seem contracted, but after ten to twelve hours to be dilated.

Dilated pupils.


Things become black before the eyes, for half an hour (aft. 5 d.).

Momentary obscuration of the eyes, while blowing the nose.

Frequent obscuration of the eyes, especially when the looks where it is bright, as if the then was blinded by the light, and could see nothing at all.

Obscuration of the eyes; it descended from the head down into the left eye, and the light appeared as if there were many points of light in a dark circle.

While reading, some letters become invisible.

Obscuration of the eyes, frequently, as if they were covered with a fine membrane.

Obscuration of the eyes in the morning, while blowing the nose, as if a membrane was drawn before the inner canthus up to one-half of the pupil.

Obscuration of the eyes, as if a gauze was drawn before them, in standing.

Darkening of the eyes at times, as from gauze.

Dimness of vision, as if a thin membrane were drawn over the eyes or as from a mist before them, aggravated by wiping and rubbing them.

Dimness of the eyes.

Dimness of vision, as from a thick fog before the eyes, also in the morning, after awaking, until he washes himself.

Far-sighted the first day, he can no more read without spectacles.

Small round forms arise before his vision, even before his open eyes, while lying down.

If the looks too long at anything the objects flit before his eyes, and everything gets mixed up, causing a pressive pain in the eyes.

Flitting before the eyes, like a swarm of insects.

Flickering before the eyes.

Flickering before the eyes, as if a gauze was before them.

Sparks of fire before the eyes, even in bright daylight.

When winking, he sees sparks of fire, even in bright daylight.

Photophobia; the eyes pain on moving them, when the looks into the bright daylight.

Photophobia the whole day, he has continually to wink with his eyes.

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