Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lac Caninum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sharp pain in socket back of r. eye, followed by tenderness in r. temple; both transient.
Darting intense pain round l. eye.
Heaviness of upper eyelid, with pain above l. eye; burning in l. eye; agglutination of l. lids (rheumatism).
Eyes slightly swollen; profuse lachrymation; with catarrh.
Looking at different objects causes eyes to ache.
Pricking sensation in eyeballs; eyes sensitive to cold air.
Upper eyelids very heavy, can scarcely keep eyes open; very sleepy.
Pain in eyes when reading; followed by a film over them, apparently requiring to be wiped off before she can see.
Tendency in retina to retain the impression of objects, esp. of colours; or somewhat of the object last looked at is projected into the next.
(Sees faces before her eyes, agg. in the dark; the face that haunts her most is one that she has really seen.).
Small floating discs before eyes occasionally, and showing primary colours at edge of discs.
When reading the page does not look clear, but seems covered with various pale spots of red, yellow, green, and other colours.
Occasionally when looking at an object sees red spots on it.
While looking at an object appears to see just beyond or out of the axis of vision, an object passing across the field of sight; but on adjusting the eye to see it, it is gone; it always appears as a small object, like a rat or bird, sometimes on the floor, at others in the air.≡ more ...