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Senega - Eyes symptoms

Snake Wort, Senega Officinalis, Polygala senega, Seneg.


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HPUS indication of Senega: Chest cold

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


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EYES

Eyes

Hyperphoria, better by bending head backwards

Senega acts on the rectus superior

Blepharitis; lids dry and crusty ( Graphites Graph.) Dryness, with sensation As if too large for orbits

Staring

Lachrymation

Flickering; must wipe eyes frequently

Objects look shaded

Muscular asthenopia ( Causticum Caust.) Double vision; better only by bending head backward

Opacities of the vitreous humor

Promotes absorption of fragments of lens, after operation.

Lids

out-breaks on skin; pimples

stuck together; morning

Cataract

after operation

Coldness

Cornea (transparent part of eye); spots and specks, on cornea

Crawling sensation

Discoloration; redness

Discharges of mucus or pus

corner; hard; night

Dryness

Sensation of enlargement

Eye gum

on lids

morning

Sensation of fullness

Growth, tumour

sty

sty; lower lid

Inflammation

wounds; iris

wounds; lids

edges

Pain

morning

afternoon

evening

by gaslight

open air

during chill

on coughing

after dinner

from exertion of vision

in detailed work

during headache

in artificial light

when looking; steadily

when using eyes; when reading

when stooping

warmth

aching; open air

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

morning

evening

while reading

while writing

margins of lids; morning

bursting

pulling

pressing

morning

evening

evening; in candlelight

in open air

candlelight

after dinner

during headache

outward

stooping

warmth

stitching, sudden, sharp

when coughing

Paralysis

of muscles of eyeball

of muscles of eyeball; internal recti (to move eye towards other eye)

of muscles of eyeball; superior oblique (up and down movement)

of muscles of eyeball; ciliary (muscles of iris)

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

Pulsation in eyes

Pupils

contracted

sluggish

Quivering

when looking steady

Staring

Stiffness; of eyeballs

Strabismus (eyes incorrectly aligned); divergent

Swellings; lids

Tears

when looking steadily

open air

while reading

Tension

Twitching

corner; outer

lids

lower

Weak

while reading

Vision

Acute

Colours and shapes in front of eyes; colours; bright

Dazzling

while reading

Dim

when reading

during vertigo, dizziness

Double vision

Exertion of vision

Feathery

Flickering

while reading

wiping eyes

while writing

Merging together; letters

Shadows

look shaded

Weak (see eyes, weak)

using eyes

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