Oxalicum Acidum - Eyes symptoms - T.F. AllenSorrel Acid, Oxal, Oxal-ac, Acidum oxalicum, Ox-ac.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Oxalicum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Eyes sunken, surrounded by blue rings, in the forenoon; succeeding a violent diarrhoea, in the morning (third day),
Sunken eyes (after one hour),
Presses the eyelids together (fourth day),
Very violent pain within the left eye, in a short narrow streak (after a few hours),
Violent gnawing pain and sensation of soreness in the eyes and orbital regions, with dull headache,
Sensation as if sand were in the left eye, without inflammation, in the evening (second day),
Pressure in the upper part of the eyes, during walking,
Eyes weak, with general sick feeling (second day),
Dry mucus in the margins of the lids, in the morning, which could be removed only in small granules (seventh day),
Eyelids closed (after one hour and a quarter),
Biting in the left inner canthus (seventh day),
Conjunctivae dusky; distinct arcus senilis at the upper part of both eyes,
Pain in both eyeballs, but worse in the left one,
Pupils very much contracted; insensible,
Pupils greatly contracted,
Small objects at a short distance seem larger than natural, as at the first look he thought they were at a greater distance than they really were; lines and hairs a few inches from the eyes seemed as large as straws (in a myopic person),≡ more ...