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Kali Bichromicum - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Bichromate Of Potash, Kali Bich, Kal Bich, Kali-bich, Kalium Bichromicum, Kali Chromicum, Kali. Bich., Kali-bi.

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HPUS indication of Kali Bichromicum: Sinuses

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

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Heaviness of upper eyelid on waking; it requires an effort to open it.

Eyelids burning, inflamed, much swollen.

Watering, itching and burning in eyes; heat in eyes and desire to rub them, with redness of conjunctiva.

Dryness; burning pain; itching.

The eyes are glued in morning; accumulation of yellow matter in angles.

OEdematous swelling of eyelids.

Large acute granulations of lids.

Large polypus springing from conjunctiva of upper lid.

Itching and redness of eyelids; tender to touch; tarsi seem rough, causing sensation of friction, as from sand on the eyeballs when moving them; feeling of sharp sand in eyes.

Conjunctiva reddened and traversed by large red vessels.

Rheumatic sclero-iritis with excessive pain and photophobia.

Syphilitic iritis.

Sequelae of iritis; pains pricking, stinging, wandering; agg. l.; chemosis; photophobia not commensurate with degree of inflammation.

Ulcers and pustules of cornea with no photophobia and no redness.

Corneal ulcers tend to perforate rather than spread laterally.

Dense long-lasting opacities.

Albuginea dirty yellow, appears puffy, with yellowish-brown points, like pin-heads.

Soreness in r. caruncula.

Photophobia; only by daylight; when opening lids they twitch.

Lachrymation and burning of eyes.

Small white, granular pustules on (l.) cornea, with pricking pain.

Brown spots on conjunctiva.

Obscuration of sight; objects appear yellow.

Various colours and bright sparks before eyes.

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