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Euphrasia Officinalis - Eyes symptoms

Eye Bright, Euphrasia, Eyebright Euphr.


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HPUS indication of Euphrasia Officinalis: Eye irritation

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


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EYES

Eyes

Catarrhal conjunctivitis; discharge of acrid matter

The eyes water all the time

Acrid lachrymation; bland coryza ( Opposite: Allium Cepa Cepa.) Discharge thick and excoriating ( Merc Viv Mercur)

thin and acrid.) Burning and swelling of the lids

Frequent inclination to blink

Free discharge of acrid matter

Sticky mucus on cornea; must wink to remove it

Pressure in eyes

Little blister on cornea

Opacities

Rheumatic iritis

Ptosis ( Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels.; Causticum Caust.)

Lids

granular lids

narrowing of gap between eyelids

thickening of lids

stuck together; morning

stuck together; night

winking

Bleeding from eyes

Cataract

Conjunctiva (external lining of eye); swelling

Coldness

corner

Cornea (transparent part of eye); bulging

conical

spots and specks, on cornea

scars

triangular growth

blisters

Discoloration

iris

redness

after injuries

during period

lids

lids; spots; edges of

lids; spots; veins

Discharges of mucus or pus

acrid smelling (strong and sharp)

thick

yellow

corner; dry

Dryness

Hair falling from eye-lashes

Inflammation

acute

arthritic (gouty and rheumatic)

of catarrh from cold

infants

after measles

glandular swellings

wounds

conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

granular

oozing pus (including cornea)

wounds; cornea (transparent part of eye)

wounds; iris

rheumatic

wounds; lids

edges

wounds; glands under eye lids

Infected; full of dark vessels, conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

From injuries

Itching

rubbing

corner

outer

lids

margin

Looking into distance

Movement of eyeballs; rolling

Pain

morning

afternoon

2 p.m.; after siesta

evening

night; 11 p.m.

alternates with pain in abdomen

dark

light

when looking; at candlelight

periodic

rubbing

after sleep

after walking

while writing (see exertion)

corner

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

corner

margins of lids

margins of lids; morning; on waking

contracting

evening

cutting

as from something in eye

in corner; outer

like sand in eye

pressing

morning

afternoon; 2 p.m., after a nap

evening

night; 11 p.m.

dark

light

when looking; at candlelight

after walking

in corner; inner

sore, bruised, tender; lids

stitching, sudden, sharp

night

burning

in bright light

corner; outer

Paralysis

of muscles of eyeball

optic nerve, total blindness, without eye damage (amaurosis)

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

evening

artificial light

daylight

sunlight

Protrusion; sensation of; in corner

Pupils; contracted

Skin around eyes (see face); out-breaks on skin

out-breaks on skin; fine

Spasms; of lids

Closing of tear duct

Swellings

late morning

glandular swellings

lids

margins

Tears

with running nose

with cough

in cold air

in wind

acrid smell (strong and sharp)

burning

Tension

Twitching; lids

Ulceration

cornea (transparent part of eye)

cornea (transparent part of eye); from scars

lids; margins

Weak

Vision

Colours and shapes in front of eyes

colours; bright

colours; dark

Dazzling

sunlight

Dim

evening

candlelight

distant objects

after measles

momentary spells

winking

wiping eyes

Foggy

evening

As if hair hung in sight and must be wiped away

Lost vision, blindness

fixing eyes

periodic

Moving

objects seem to be moving

Short-sightedness

Merging together; letters

Weak (see eyes, weak); evening

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