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Silicea - Eyes symptoms

Silica, Pure Flint, Silica Terra, Silicon Dioxide, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 12 / Twelve
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HPUS indication: Formation of pus
Silicea

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 Silicea in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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EYES

Eyes

Angles of eyes affected

Swelling of lachrymal duct

Aversion to light, especially daylight; it produces dazzling, sharp pain through eyes; eyes tender to touch; worse when closed

Vision confused; letters run together on reading

STYES

Iritis and iridochoroiditis, with pus in anterior chamber

Perforating or sloughing ulcer of cornea

Abscess in cornea after traumatic injury

Cataract in office workers

After-effects of keratitis and ulcus cornea, clearing the opacity

Use 30th potency for months.

Eyebrows; hair falling from brows

out-breaks on skin around eyebrows

Lids; granular lids

nodules in lids; edges of lids

falling of lids

unable to open eyes

desire to close

difficult to close

must close

eyes closed; unable to open eyes

out-breaks on skin

pus-filled pimples

pus-filled pimples; corner

spots

stuck together

morning

night

Cataract

right eye

after suppressed foot-sweat

Conjunctiva (external lining of eye); swelling

Coldness

walking in open air

Cornea (transparent part of eye); bulging

rough

spots and specks, on cornea

scars

thickening

Discoloration; redness

redness; after injuries

redness; corner

redness; lids

spots; veins

Discharges of mucus or pus

morning

bloody

thick

yellow

corner; from tear duct

Distorted

Dryness

morning

evening

Growth, tumour; sty

sty; indurated (hard from inflammation)

sty; recurrent

sty; toward inner corner

tumours; on lids

tumours; cystic

tumours; nodules in the lids

tumours; tarsal tumours

Hair falling from eye-lashes

Hardness; lids (see thickening)

Fistula (abnormal hole); in cornea (transparent part of eye)

tear glands

generating pus; on pressure

Eye feels hot

Heaviness; lids

Inflammation

cold

wet weather

foreign bodies

glandular swellings

wounds; back of eye (behind retina - choroid)

wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye); granular

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

wounds; iris

with adhesions

with pus in front of iris

wounds; tear duct

wounds; above eye, towards temple

wounds; lachrymal sac

wounds; lids

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

From injuries

Itching

evening

eyebrows

Movement of eyeballs; constant

Pain

right

afternoon

4 p.m.

night; in bed

cold air

closing

from exertion of vision

light

from daylight

strong light

on movement of eyes

sideways

comes on suddenly

before a storm

during a storm

profuse urination

warmth

extending to other parts; to back of head (occiput)

aching

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

morning

evening

closing lids

corner

corner; inner

cutting

pulling

pulling the eyeball backward

as with a string, into the brain or to back of head (occiput)

as from something in eye

like sand in eye

like sand in eye; morning

pressing

afternoon

afternoon; 4 p.m., daily

outward

in corner

sore, bruised, tender

in cold air

on opening

lids

stitching, sudden, sharp

morning

open air

before a storm

sudden

warmth

tearing

closing eyes

sudden

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

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

morning

evening

chronic

after sexual intercourse

daylight

Pulsation in eyes

Pulsation; comes on suddenly

Pupils; contracted

contracted; during chill

contracted; perspiration

dilated; right more than left

irregular

Quivering; lids

Sensitive to.; cold air

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

out-breaks on skin; boils

cracks in corner

Spasms; of lids

Staring

evening; in bed

Closing of tear duct

Swellings; morning

corner

tear canal

tear gland

tear sac

lids

glands under eye lids

Tears

with cough

open air

in cold air

in wind

burning

Tension

after sexual intercourse

Twitching; lids

Ulceration; cornea (transparent part of eye)

cornea (transparent part of eye); from scars

cornea (transparent part of eye); of veins

lids; under surfaces

Weak

Vision

Colours and shapes in front of eyes; colours

colours; black; spots

floating (aka muscae volitantes or spiders)

colours; dark

specks

colours; grey; objects seem

colours; green; halo around light

colours; red; halo

colours; yellow

flashes

lightning

sparks

spots

Dazzling

Dim

after sexual intercourse

after diphtheria

during headache

after headache

during period

when reading

after suppressed foot-sweat

wiping eyes

Exertion of vision

Flickering

during headache

Foggy

Long-sighted (near objects blurred)

Lost vision, blindness

daytime

after eating

after headache

comes on suddenly

periodic

vanishing of sight

Moving; objects seem to be moving; up and down

Merging together; letters

letters; while writing

objects

Weak (see eyes, weak)

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