Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agaricus Muscarius in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pressure in the eyes.
Pressure in the left eyeball (aft. 10 h.).
Pressure in the eyes and inclination to close them, without sleepiness, after dinner.
Pressure in the eyes and upon the forehead, as if something were pressing inwardly (aft. 10 min.).
Pressure in the corner of the left eye, as if from the presence of a foreign body.
Pressure and drawing in the eyeballs, especially on the left, reaching into the forehead (on 4th d.).
Very painful drawing in the eyeballs (on 3d and 4th d.).
Spasmodic pain under the curve of the right eyebrow, which renders the opening of the eyes difficult (aft. 5 h.).
Itching and tickling in the right eye (aft. 1 h.) .
Tickling itching in the left eye, which necessitates rubbing (aft. 3 h.).
Itching and quivering of the left lower eyelid, necessitating rubbing.
Itching and pressing in the right eye, which only ceases for a short time on rubbing it.
Burning of the eyes with a sensation of contraction, in the evening (on 1st d.).
Burning of the inner canthi of the eyes, as though they were inflamed, with increased painfulness on being touched.
Burning in the inner canthi when he compress the lids.
Burning pressive pains over the right eye with lachrymation (aft. ½ h.).
Redness of the white of the eye.
Yellow color of the white of the eyes (on 3d d.).
Swelling of the lids of the left eye toward the inner canthus, whereby the eye is somewhat diminished in size.
Contraction of the eyelids (aft. 2 h.).
Contraction and narrowing of the inner canthus of the left eye.
Sensation of contraction of the right eye with increased brightness of vision, followed by itching in the eyeball and lachrymation, and finally twitching in the left eye such as had previously occurred in the right eye; wine at once did away with this symptom.
Contraction of the open space between the eyelids for several days without swelling and often with twitching and quivering of the eyelids.
The open space between the eyelids is narrower than usual, and can only be enlarged by exertion.
Twitching in the eyeballs often, first in one and then in the other, in the left eye it is sometimes accompanied with lachrymation.
Frequent twitching and pressure in the left eyeball while reading.
Twitching with pressive pain in the left eyeball at any time of the day and under any circumstances; it necessitates wiping the eyes, but this does not cause it to cease.
Frequent quivering in the eyelids, mostly in only a small portion of them and extending more towards one canthus.
Quivering of the right lower eyelid, with pulsation of an artery to the left and at the back of the nose, and twitching in the skin on the left side of the nose.
Dryness of the eyes.
The lachrymal caruncle of the left eye is enlarged for several days.
Lachrymation of the right eye (on 1st and 2d d.).
Lachrymation of the right eye (aft. 3 h.).
Sensation in the eyes as if they ought to be constantly wiped.
The eyelids are joined together as if by mucous threads, and this only passes away temporarily by wiping them.
Gum in the canthi of the eyes (aft. 6 h.).
Viscous yellow humor (at first white) which glues the eyelids together; this exudes continually, even during the day; but most in the mornings and evenings in the inner canthi.
The pupils are first dilated (aft. ¾ h.) then contracted (aft. 25 H.).
Gradual diminution of the vision while walking in the open air (aft. 7 h.).
Great weariness (weakness) of the eyes, things grow pale if she looks for some time at any object.
Short-sightedness and dimness of vision of both eyes.
Very indistinct vision; objects must be quite near to his eyes in order that he may properly distinguish them.
He is obliged in reading to bring the letters more and more closely to his eyes, in order to distinguish them clearly, then he must at once remove them to a greater distance, as else the vision becomes dim again.
Dimness before the eyes, with sleepiness.
Dimness of vision, everything appears obscured as if seen through turbid water, so that he must make a great effort to recognize objects.
Whatever comes before his eyes is as it were covered with a cobweb and obscured.
A black fly floats before his left eye at the distance of half a yard and when winking it flits to and fro.
In rainy weather a brown fly flits before the left eye toward the inner canthus.
In closing the right eye, there appears before the left a small somewhat elongated dark-brown spot, which flits about pretty near to the eye, mostly in an oblique direction toward the inner corner of the eye.
He imagines that he sees things double.
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