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Agaricus Muscarius - Eye symptoms

Amanita, Toad Stool, Bug Agaric, Agaric, Amanita Muscaria


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HPUS label indication: Numbness
Agaricus Muscarius

Below are the strongest indications of Agaricus Muscarius in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.


BETTER: moving about slowly.
WORSE: open cold air, after eating, after coitus. In cold weather, before a thunder-storm. Worse, pressure on dorsal spine, which causes involuntary laughter.
Relationships
Compare: Muscarine, the alkaloid of Agaricus (has much power over secretions, increasing lachrymal, salivary, hepatic, etc., but diminishing renal; probably neurotic in origin, stimulating the terminal fibres of the secretory nerves of all these structures, hence Salivation, lachrymation and excessive perspiration. Atropia exactly opposes Muscarine. Resembles Pilocarpine in action.) Agaricus Muscarius VERNUS- spring mushroom - a variety of Agaricus Phalloides - Death cup - active principle is PHALLIN< active like Muscarine. Amanita phalloides(Death Cup - Deadly Agaric.) The poison is a toxalbumin, resembling the poison in the rattle snake and the poison excreted by the cholera and diphtheria germs. It acts on the red blood corpuscles, dissolving them so that blood escapes into the alimentary canal and the whole system is drained. The amount of this toxic principle is small, even handling of specimens and breathing of spores affects some people unpleasantly. The poison is slow in development. Even 12 to 20 hours after taking it the patient feels all right, but vertigo violent choleraic symptoms with rapid loss of strength with death the second or third day, preceded by stupor and spasms. Fatty degeneration of liver, heart and kidneys, hemorrhages in lungs, pleura and skin (Dr. J. Schier). Vomiting and purging. Continuous urging to stool, but no gastric, abdominal or rectal PAIN. Intense thirst for cold water, dry skin. Lethargic but mentally clear. Sharp changes from rapid to slow and from slow to rapid breathing, extreme collapse, suppressed urine, but NO cold extremities or cramps.) Agaric. Emet ( severe vertigo; all symptoms Better, cold water; longing for ice-water; gastritis cold sweat, vomiting sensation as if stomach was suspended on a string. TAMUS (chilblains and freckles). Cimic.; Cann-i.; Hyos.; Tarantula.
Antidote: Absinth.; Coffea; Camphor.
Dose
Third to thirtieth and two hundredth potency. In skin affections and brain exhaustions give the lower attenuations.

EYE

Vibrating specters
Double vision (Gels.), dim and flickering
Reading difficult, as type seems to move, to swim

Twitching of lids and eyeballs ( Codein.) Margins of lids red; itch and burn and agglutinate

Asthenopia from prolonged strain, SPASM of accommodation

Anaemia; of retina

Cold

Cornea (transparent part of eye); blisters
Cornea (transparent part of eye); contracting sensation
Cornea (transparent part of eye); spots and specks, on cornea
Cornea (transparent part of eye); spots and specks, on cornea; brown
Cornea (transparent part of eye); spots and specks, on cornea; yellow in white of eyes

Crawling sensation

Discharges of mucus or pus
Discharges of mucus or pus; corner; inner
Discharges of mucus or pus; yellow

Discoloration; redness
Discoloration; redness; corner
Discoloration; yellow
Discoloration; yellow; spot on eye

Distorted

Dryness

Eye feels hot

Eye gum; corner
Eye gum; on lids

Eyebrows; hair falling from brows

Fistula (abnormal hole); tear glands

Heaviness; lids

Inclination to wipe

Inflammation
Inflammation; wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye); oozing pus (including cornea)
Inflammation; wounds; corner; inner

Intolerance of light (photophobia)
Intolerance of light (photophobia); artificial light

Itching
Itching; corner
Itching; eyebrows
Itching; morning
Itching; rubbing

Lids; desire to close
Lids; eyes closed; half open
Lids; eyes opening and closing in quick succession
Lids; half open
Lids; must close
Lids; narrowing of gap between eyelids
Lids; opening eyes difficult
Lids; opening eyes difficult
Lids; spasmodic closure
Lids; stuck together
Lids; winking

Looking steadily (see vision, exertion)

Movement of eyeballs; constant
Movement of eyeballs; convulsive
Movement of eyeballs; involuntary
Movement of eyeballs; pendulum like, from side to side
Movement of eyeballs; rolling
Movement of eyeballs; turned; upward

Pain
Pain; aching
Pain; aching; left
Pain; after dinner
Pain; as from something in eye; in corner; inner
Pain; as from something in eye; like sand in eye
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; as if sand in eye
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; closing lids
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; corner
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; evening
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; margins of lids; morning; on waking
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; with cough
Pain; burning, smarting, gnawing, biting; yawning
Pain; contracting
Pain; contracting; evening
Pain; during headache
Pain; extending to other parts; to forehead
Pain; jerking
Pain; jerking; left
Pain; left
Pain; on movement of eyes
Pain; pressing
Pain; pressing; after dinner
Pain; pressing; extending to forehead
Pain; pressing; inward
Pain; pressing; left
Pain; pressing; morning
Pain; pressing; outward
Pain; pressing; when moving eyes
Pain; pressing; while reading
Pain; pulling
Pain; pulling; after dinner
Pain; pulling; extending to other parts; forehead
Pain; pulling; pulling the eyeball backward
Pain; sore, bruised, tender
Pain; sore, bruised, tender; moving the eyes
Pain; stitching, sudden, sharp
Pain; stitching, sudden, sharp; corner
Pain; stitching, sudden, sharp; corner; inner
Pain; tearing
Pain; touch
Pain; when using eyes; when reading
Pain; yawning

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

Pupils; contracted
Pupils; dilated
Pupils; insensitive to light

Quivering; lids

Spasms; muscles which focus eye
Spasms; of lids

Staring

Stiffness; muscles around the eyes
Stiffness; of eyeballs

Strabismus (eyes incorrectly aligned)
Strabismus (eyes incorrectly aligned); divergent

Sunken

Swellings; corner
Swellings; painful boil, shedding skin and tissues (carbuncles)
Swellings; tear gland

Tears
Tears; during headache
Tears; with cough
Tears; with running nose

Tension
Tension; after sexual intercourse

Twitching
Twitching; cold water
Twitching; corner
Twitching; lids
Twitching; lids; before thunderstorm
Twitching; lids; while reading
Twitching; painful
Twitching; while reading

Ulceration; cornea (transparent part of eye)

Weak
Weak; while reading

Inner angles very red.
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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.

Sources
Entries on a white background are from Boericke's Materia Medica. Entries on a green background are from a reversed Kent's repertory, with some alterations to modernise the language. Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.