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Homeopathic RemediesArsenicum Album

Arsenicum Album - Eyes symptoms

Arsenious Acid, Arsenic, Arsenicum, Ars. Alb, Ars Alb
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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.

Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Arsenicum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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EYES

Eyes

Burning in eyes, with acrid lachrymation

Lids red, ulcerated, scabby, scaly, granulated

Oedema around eyes

External inflammation, with extreme painfulness; Burning, hot, and excoriating lachrymation

Corneal ulceration

Intense photophobia; better external warmth

Ciliary neuralgia, with fine burning pain.

Lids; excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed)

granular lids

opening eyes difficult

half open

hard to keep open

unable to open eyes

spasmodic closure

eyes closed; half open

eyes closed; hard to keep open

eyes closed; unable to open eyes

eyes open; during sleep

eyes open; morning; night

out-breaks on skin; scales

stuck together; morning

stuck together; night

Withering of optic nerve; from tobacco

Sparkling

Conjunctiva (external lining of eye); swelling

Cornea (transparent part of eye); degenerate

spots and specks, on cornea

scars

triangular growth

blisters

Discoloration; redness

redness; lids

spots; edges of

spots; veins

yellow

Discharges of mucus or pus

morning

acrid smelling (strong and sharp)

bloody

yellow

corner; from tear duct

Distorted

Dryness

in artificial light

Dullness

Sensation of enlargement

Eye gum; on lids

Glassy appearance

Hair falling from eye-lashes

Eye feels hot

daytime

Inflammation

afternoon, 4 p.m.

acute

alternating with swelling of feet

arthritic (gouty and rheumatic)

of catarrh from cold

cold

infants

during period

recurrent

glandular swellings

syphilitic

wounds; back of eye (behind retina - choroid)

wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

oozing pus (including cornea)

wounds; cornea (transparent part of eye)

wounds; iris

night

rheumatic

syphilitic

wounds; lids

edges

wounds; retina

Infected; full of dark vessels, conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

Irritation

Itching; night

eyebrows

Looking upward

Movement of eyeballs; pendulum like, from side to side

turned; upward

Pain

left

afternoon; 1 p.m.

night

after midnight

open air

light

when looking; steadily

when looking; upward

on movement of eyes

upwards

on opening lids

comes on suddenly

pulsating

when using eyes; when reading

when rising

warmth

lids; 1 p.m.

aching

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

evening

night

on opening the eyes

while reading

margins of lids

margins of lids; evening

pulling

as from something in eye; like sand in eye

evening

gnawing, biting

pressing

sore, bruised, tender

stitching, sudden, sharp

night; midnight

on opening the eyes

pulsating

tearing

on looking at light

Paralysis; iris

lids

upper

optic nerve, total blindness, without eye damage (amaurosis)

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

during chill

daylight

sunlight

when angry

from snow

Protrusion

protruding eye balls

Pulsation in eyes

Pulsation; night

after midnight

around the eyes

Pupils; contracted

contracted; during heat

alternately contracted and dilated in the same light

dilated

during heat

insensitive to light

Skin around eyes (see face); out-breaks on skin

corner excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed)

Staring

evening; during convulsions

when dazed

Stiffness; of eyeballs

Strabismus (eyes incorrectly aligned)

Sunken

Swellings

glandular swellings

conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

lids

when period is suppressed

from fluid accumulation

under the lids

Tears

with running nose

acrid smell (strong and sharp)

burning

Tired sensation

Twitching

comes on suddenly

lids

upper

Ulceration; cornea (transparent part of eye)

cornea (transparent part of eye); one, then the other

lids

under surfaces

Weak

morning

Wild look

Vision

Blurred

letters

Colours and shapes in front of eyes; colours; blue; sparks

colours; bright

colours; dark

colours; grey; objects seem

colours; green

colours; white; points

colours; white; spots

colours; yellow

sparks

during headache

during vertigo, dizziness

Dazzling

bright

snow

Dim

during headache

when rising; from bed

during vertigo, dizziness

Flickering

Foggy

while reading

Sees only halves of objects (hemiopia)

horizontal

upper lost

Lost vision, blindness

tobacco

Moving; objects seem to be moving; up and down

Short-sightedness

Weak (see eyes, weak)

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