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Senega - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Snake Wort, Senega Officinalis, Polygala senega, Seneg.

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



Pain in eyes as if dilated and pushed out of orbits.

Aching of eyes in evening, esp. by candle-light and when stooping.

Congestion of blood in eyes when stooping.

Burning sensation in eyes when reading, and writing (in evening).

Swelling of lids, with burning pressure and tingling.

Vesicles on tarsal edges.


Dryness of eyes.

Lachrymation in open air, and when gazing intently at an object.

Accumulation of hardened dry humour on lids and lashes in morning.

Jerking and spasmodic drawing in lids; in r. outer canthus.

Convulsive contraction of lower lids.

Fixedness of look.

Oculo-motor paralysis.

Opacity of cornea.

Double vision amel. by bending head backward.

When walking towards the setting sun he seemed to see another smaller sun hover below the other, assuming a somewhat oval shape when looking down, disappearing on bending the head backwards and on closing the eyes.

Sensitiveness of eyes to light.

Confusion of the letters and dazzling of sight when reading.

Weakness of sight and flickering before the eyes when reading; must wipe them often.

All objects appear as if in the shade.

Obscuration of sight, with glistening before eyes, agg. from rubbing them.

Brilliant spots before sight.


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