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Nitricum Acidum - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.

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



The eyes are weary and hurt as if fatigued.

Pressure in the eyes, like pressure on an ulcer.

Pressure like sand, in the external canthi.

Pressure in the eyes, as from a grain of sand.

Pressure in the eyes, as from looking into the sun; eyegum forms and the eye becomes red and itches.

Pressure in the eyelids, in the evening.

Pressure and erosion in the left eye (6th d.).

Periodical pressure on the inner surface of the eyelids, especially the lower ones, causing greater sensitiveness of the eyes to the light, with winking.

Pinching pain in the eyes.

Contractive pain in the left eye.

Sensation as if the right eye was squeezed together (1st d.).

Contractive pain, externally above the left eye.

Drawing pain above the left eye.

Severe drawing pain in the eyes.

Stitches in the eyes (also on 6th d.).

Shooting pain in the right eye and the left ear, from within outward; thence inflammation of the eyes; the white of the eye becomes red; he could not see in the open air.

A stitch beside the left eyeball, toward the inner canthus, externally (aft. 11 h.).

Itching of the inner canthus of the eyes.

Itching and pressure in the eyes.

Smarting in the eyes.

Burning in the eyes and the left temple.

Burning in the eyelids, in the morning.

Redness of the white in the eye.

The eyes are quite red, without agglutination.

Inflammation of the conjunctiva in the right eye.

Swelling of the eyelids.

Swelling of the upper eyelid, and an itching pimple on it.

Dark spots in the cornea.

A small wart beside the pimple on the upper eyelid.

Dryness under the upper eyelids.

Sensation as if the eyes were full of tears.

Frequent lachrymation.

Lachrymation and itching of the eyes.

Lachrymation of the right eye in the open, mild air.

Lachrymation of the eyes, increased by reading, and pains in the eyes.

Acrid humidity of the eyes.

Stickiness of the eyes, as if from eyegum.

Dry eyegum in the canthi.

Agglutination of the right eye, by night.

Trembling of the right eyelid.

Constant twitching under the right eye, after dinner.

Difficulty in opening the eyes, in the morning.

Difficulty in opening and raising the upper eyelid, in the morning.

Dilatation of the pupils.


Obscuration of the eyes, when reading.

If he looks at anything closely, he is, as it were, blinder, it seems to him too dark.

The vision grows dim, objects become dark, he cannot see anything and believes there is an eclipse of the sun, or that he has become blind (aft. 2 h.).

His vision grows dim and his eyes are darkened, for an hour.

In the open air he suddenly became as if blind, and confused in his head, his thoughts rambled, and he became faint for several minutes (aft. 39 d.).

He has to cease reading in the twilight, earlier than usual.

The mistiness around the candle-light increases.

Mist before his eyes, when looking at anything.

When reading, he sees besides every letter a green spot.

Short-sighted, objects at a medium distance appear indistinct.

Short-sightedness; even at a short distance he could not clearly distinguish objects.

Double vision of horizontal objects at some distance.

She could recognize anything clearly, and saw everything, as it were, double.

Transitory veil before the right eye.

Gray spots at some distance from the eyes; they prevent clear vision.

Single black spots before the eyes.

During candle-light, he sees, as it were, cobwebs before his eyes, which disappear when he presses his eyes shut, or moves them.

Fiery sparks before the eyes; things became black to his sight, during four paroxysms by day, he could not recognize anything for an hour.

Sensitiveness of the eyes to the light.

The eyes are blinder by the day-light, as at other times in the evening by candle-light.

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