Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Arsenicum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
The right eye pained deep internally, with violent stitches in turning it, so that she could hardly turn her eye.
Pressive pain above the left eyelid and in the upper half of the eyeball, aggravated on looking upward.
Pressive pain under the right eye, continuing for hours, at night, so that she could not stay in bed for distress.
Pressure in the left eye, as if sand had got into it (aft. 2 h.).
Drawing pain in the eyes, and quivering in the lids.
Twitching in the left eye.
Tearing in the eye, at intervals.
Throbbing, like pulsation, in the eyes, and at every throb a stitch, after midnight.
Itching about the eyes and the temple, as if picked with innumerable red-hot needles.
Smarting, corrosive itching in both eyes, compelling to scratch (aft. 3 h.).
Burning on the edge of the upper eyelids.
Burning in the eyes.
Burning in the eyes, the nose, the mouth.
Red, inflamed eyes.
Inflammation of the conjunctiva.
Inflammation of the eyes.
Violent inflammation of the eyes.
Swelling of the eyes.
Swelling of the eyelids.
OEdematous swelling of the eyelids, without pains.
Swelling, first of the upper, then of the lower left eyelid, then of the forehead, the head and the neck, without pain or secretion of mucus; the swelling of the head and of the neck reached an enormous size.
Swollen eyes and lips.
Painless swelling under the left eye, which partly closes the eye, and is very soft (aft. 5 d.).
Yellowness of the eyes, as in jaundice.
Yellow white of the eyes, as in a person having jaundice.
Tired look of the eyes.
Dryness of the eyelids, as if they rubbed on the eyes, in reading by candle-light.
The edges of the eyelids pain on motion, as if they were dry, and rubbed upon the eyeballs, as well in the open air, as in the room.
Watering of the eyes.
Constant, severe lachrymation of the right eye, for eight days (aft. 2 d.).
Acrid tears, making the cheeks sore.
Watering and itching of the eyes, some pus in them in the morning.
Eyelids glued together in the morning.
The outer canthi are glued together by eyegum, in the morning.
Constant quivering of the upper eyelids, with tears in the eyes.
The (oedematously swollen) eyelids close firmly and spasmodically and look as if they were bloated.
Contortion of the eyes.
Contortion of the eyes and of the muscles of the neck.
Rigid eyes, directed upward.
Frightfully staring eyes.
Wildly staring look.
Wildly staring look.
Wildly staring look, without dilatation of the pupils.
His eyelids close themselves; he is weary.
Contracted pupils (aft. 1 ½, 5 h.).
Weakness of vision, for a long time.
Obscure vision, as through a white gauze.
He does not recognize the persons standing around him.
Obscuration of sight.
Obscuration of sight; everything looks black before his eyes (at once).
Darkness and flickering before his eyes.
Almost total blindness, in a weak sighted woman, with loss of the hearing and with long continued dullness of the senses.
Everything becomes yellow before the eyes, during qualmishness.
White dots or points before the eyes.
Sparks before the eyes.
Sensitiveness to light, photophobia.
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