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Elaps Corallinus - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

Elaps, Coral-snake, Coral Snake, Elaps corrallinus, Elaps.

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HPUS indication of Elaps Corallinus: Coldness

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




Eyes red and inflamed (sixth day),

Glassy eyes (sixth day),

Swelling around the eyes, which appear sunken in the morning (tenth day),

Blood oozes from the eyes (sixth day),


The eye is extremely sensitive to cold water (third to sixth day),

Dry, hot burning in the eyes (twenty-second day),

Dry burning in both eyes in the morning on waking (eighteenth day),

Feeling as from boring in the eyes from within outward (thirty-third day),

Feeling of sand in the eyes (second day),

Violent itching in the left eye (fourth day),

Brow and orbit

The left eyebrow is painful and drawn down (third day),

Pressive pains about the eyes, with dimness of vision (first to third day),


Red eyelids (third to sixth day),

Bleareyedness (second and third day),

Stye on the left eye, with severe lancination (third day),

Difficulty in opening the eyes (second day),

Desire to shut the eyes, as if fever (first to third day),

Burning of the eyelids (tenth day),

Lancination in the stye on the left eye (third day),

Pricking in the eyelids, especially the left (fourth day),

Very sharp pricking in the inner canthi of the eyes (first to third day),


Tickling and red streaks on the sclerotica (third day),

Complete blindness for five minutes (fourth day),

Gray veil before the eyes, like a gathering cloud; at first the size of the penny, but finally spreading over the whole field of vision (third day),

Strong aversion to light; likes to be in the dark (second day),

Unsteady vision in the morning (nineteenth day),

Towards noon, it seemed as though the crochet-work constantly moved to and fro; letters ran together; vision unsteady the whole afternoon and evening (eighteenth day),

Appearance of a bluish-white or pearly gauze before the right eye (third day),

Appearance of long white thread moving before the eyes (second day),

Appearance, a few paces off, before the left eye, while walking, of a black disk, four inches in diameter (third day),

A red transverse bar an inch wide is seen on opening the eyes, and a red disk on shutting them (ninth day),

When the eyes are shut, a red appearance, dotted with black (second day),

Large red, fiery points, becoming Viola Odorata violet and then black before the eyes on becoming erect, worse while reflecting on what had been read; on stooping, the blood rushes into the head (thirteenth day),

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