Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sarsaparilla in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pain in the eyes, when he looks at anything by daylight.
In the morning all objects affect the eyes.
Pressure in the pupil in the evening, when reading by candle-light, while the paper has a red sheen.
Pressure in the left eye, as from a grain of sand.
Pressure in the left eye, then also in the right eye, with dimsightedness.
Shooting frequently in both eyes, as if there was dust or sand in them, it seems to be better in the open air.
Shooting in the eye, when closing the lids, and severe pain when pressing on the closed eyes; at the same time, a broad red streak from the cornea toward the outer canthus; the inner canthi look blue, and the right canthus is somewhat swollen.
Constant burning in the eyelids, at times alternating with pressive pain therein.
Violent burning and agglutination of the eyes, in the morning on awaking.
Inflamed dry eyelids.
Lachrymation, every other day.
Lachrymation by day; in the morning the eyes are glued together (4th d.).
Quivering in the right upper eyelid.
The pupils are dilated (aft. 2 h.).
Dim-sightedness, as in a fog (1st d.).
A fog before the eyes; he finds it hard to read.
Constant fog before his eyes (2d d.).
Great dimness of the left eye, as if there was a gauze over it.≡ more ...