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Ammonium Muriaticum - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

Ammonium Chloride, Sal. Ammoniac, Am m, Am-m.

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HPUS indication of Ammonium Muriaticum: Acrid tears

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



In the eyes, pains.

Over the border of the right orbit, hammering or knocking, as from a large body (15th d.).

Tearing in the upper border of the right eye, first aggravated, then improved by pressing upon it (15th d.).

Tearing in the external canthus.

Tearing in the eyeballs.

Burning in the eyes, especially in the corners, also early on rising, so that she can not look into the light; this passes off on washing (3d and 4th d.).

For several evenings, the eyes burn only during the twilight; as soon as light comes into the room, it ceases.

In the evening, burning and closing of the eyes, as from drowsiness, which passed off when light was brought in (15th d.).

At night, the eyes burn, with profuse lachrymation.

Twitching and quivering of the eyes, passing away by rubbing.

Quivering in the lower eyelids, especially in the left one, during the whole time on proving.

Lachrymation of the eyes, early on rising (3d d.).

Agglutinated eyes, early on awaking, with burning in the canthi, on washing (2d d.).

Redness of the white of the eyes, with itching of the eyes.

A vesicle in the white of the eye.

A mist before the eyes, which prevents her from seeing clearly, either in the air or the brightest sunshine, either what is close or what is distant; but she sees better in the room.

Early, for several mornings, dimness of the eyes, as if foggy, passing away on washing.

Sensation, in the left eye, as if a body was rising up which prevented her from seeing, in the forenoon (14th and 15th d.).

Yellow spots before the eyes, while sewing, and when she looks down through the window into the garden (2d d.).

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