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Magnesia Muriatica - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Magnesia Muriatica: Loss of smell

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

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In the eyes and the canthi, pressive pain.

Pressure in the eyes as from dust, with dimness of vision.

Pressure in the eyes, especially in the left eye, as from a grain of sand, only transiently passing off by rubbing.

Bruised pain, in the lower border of the orbit.

Shooting in the right inner canthus, so that it pressed out tears.

Constant shooting and burning in the eyes.

Itching in the left upper eyelid.

Itching in the eyes.

Itching in the inner corner of the right eye, passing off by rubbing, but soon after appearing in the left eye.

Burning in the eyes and great sensitiveness, so that she cannot open them, or at least must close them right away again.

Burning of both eyes, so that she cannot look into the sun.

Severe burning in the eyes, especially when she looks into bright light.

Burning and dryness of the eyes, in the evening, on looking into the fire.

Red blood-vessels in the white of the eye.

Inflammation of the eyes, with pressure, smarting and burning, chiefly when looking into the bright light, and in the evening they watered; by day they were full of purulent mucus; the lids swollen and red, with nightly suppuration.

Agglutination of the eyes, in the morning, with burning on opening them.

Agglutination of the eyes, in the morning, so that he cannot open them for a long time.

Great dryness of the eyelids, especially in the morning and after the noon nap.

Twitching in the upper eyelids, which seemed swollen, heavy and half closed.


Dim-sightedness, with burning of the eyes.

Dim-sightedness, with failing of sight when looking at something near; she sees better at a distance.

The candle light, in the evening (in inflammation of the eyes), has a green halo around it.

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