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Belladonna - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Deadly Nightshade, Bellad, Belladona Bell.


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HPUS indication of Belladonna: Fever
Common symptoms: Fever, Boils, Confusion, Headache, Frantic.

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


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EYES

Eyes

Heat and burning in the eyes, or pressure as from sand.

Aching in the eyes and the sockets, extending into the head.

Sensation of weight in the eyelids, which close involuntarily.

Quivering in the eyelids.

Ectropium.

Paralysis of the optic nerve.

Falling down of the eyelids, as if from paralysis.

Shooting in the eyes and in the corners, with itching.

Eyes red, brilliant, and convulsed, or fixed, sparkling, and prominent, or dull and turbid.

Congestion of blood to the eyes, and redness of the veins.

Look fixed, furious, and wavering.

Look wild, unsteady, wavering.

Spasms and convulsive movements of the eyes.

Eyelids wide open.

Inflammation of the eyes, with injection of the veins and redness of the conjunctiva and of the sclerotica.

Heat in the eyes.

Distension of the sclerotica.

Inflammatory swelling and suppuration of the lachrymal aperture.

Softening of the sclerotica.

Spots and ulcers on the cornea.

Medullary fungus in the eye.

Swelling and inversion of the eyelids.

Yellowish colour of the sclerotica.

Eyes as if affected by ecchymosis, with haemorrhage.

Sensation of burning dryness in the eyes; or flow of acrid and (salt) corrosive tears.

Pupils immovable and generally dilated, but sometimes also contracted.

Agglutination (nocturnal) of the eyelids.

Desire for light, or photophobia, with convulsive movements of the eyes when the light strikes them.

Distortion, spasms, and convulsions of the eyes.

Momentary blindness.

Confused and weak sight, or obscuration and entire loss of sight.

Blindness at night (moon-blindness).

Presbyopia.

Mist, flames, and sparks, before the eyes.

Diffusion of the light of candles, which appear to be surrounded by a coloured halo.

White stars and silvery clouds before the eyes, esp. on looking at the ceiling of the room.

Objects appear double or reversed, or of a red colour.

Trembling and sparkling of the letters when reading.

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