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Bryonia - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Bryonia: Worse motion

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



In the forenoon sudden swelling of one eye with pain, without redness; there is a discharge of pus and the conjunctiva is dark-red and swollen,

In the forenoon a sensation in the right eye as if a grain of sand were in it,

Biting in the eyes as if sand (?) were in them, which causes rubbing,

Severe burning and lachrymation of the right eye,

Pressure in the eyes for sixteen days in succession,

In the morning on waking a pressure in the eye, as if it were pressed with the hand, or as from a room full of smoke,

Pressure in the eyes, with burning-itching sensation of the lids,


Headache in a spot in the supraorbital ridge of the size of a needle (soon),

A transient pain deep in the right orbit aggravated by pressure upon the eyeball,

Pain as if burnt from without into the left eye (after twenty-four hours),

Pain as from a burn over the left eye and on the left side of the nose, relieved by pressure,

Contractive pain in the muscles of the right eyebrow,

Slight drawing-pinching pain in the right eyebrow, with severe itching of the left, causing rubbing (third day),

Aching in left orbit, pulsation in the same (after three to four hours),

Drawing pain, beginning slowly and increasing gradually, over the left eyebrow, extending into the forehead, frequently repeated,

Pressive pain above the left eye,

Sensitive pressive pains all about the right eye, especially on the lower margin of the orbit, in the evening, in the open air,

Slight pressing pain in the left supraorbital region, which extended to the right side,

Pressure from within outward over the right orbit into the brain, which changes to a pressure on the eyeball from above downward (after three days),

Transient stitches in the eyebrows,

Fine stitches above the right eyebrow,

Sticking, bruising pain in the upper border of the right orbit, with a feeling of heaviness in the left (third and fourth day),


Redness and swelling of the lids, with pressure in them for three days (after third day),

Puffiness of the right upper lid,

The lower lid is at times red and inflamed, the upper one twitches,

Swelling of the lower lid, together with pressive pain; the eyes agglutinated in the morning,

Lips especially of the right eye, swollen and somewhat reddened (second day),

In the morning the lids seem swollen and agglutinated,

Twitching in the right upper lid,

Painless twitching drawing together in the left upper lid, with a persistent sensation of heaviness therein,

In the morning on waking he is scarcely able to open the eyes; they are agglutinated with purulent matter,

Lips agglutinated in the morning, with a burning-biting in the right canthi (ninth day),

The lids feel agglutinated in the morning, somewhat red and swollen, and ache as if rubbed and heated,

Agglutination of the lids in the morning, and after a forcible opening he saw as through a veil, soon disappearing (third day),

Slight burning in the lids of the right eye (fourth day),

Pressure above the lids towards evening,

Sore pain in the left inner canthus, with smarting,

Sticking-itching on the margin of the right lid relieved by rubbing,

Increased burning in both external canthi on touch,

Itching-biting in the left external canthus,

Itching in the left external canthus, together with some biting, not relieved by rubbing (after six hours),

Lachrymal Apparatus.

Frequent lachrymation,

The eyes fill with tears and the lids itch, as if something were healing; is obliged to rub them,

Profuse lachrymation; the white of the eye is red, lids agglutinated in the external canthus,

Much lachrymation in the open air,


Pressure on the right eyeball, more from above downward (after third day),

Very sensitive pressive pain (coming and going) in the left eyeball, especially violent on moving the ball, with a feeling as if the eye became smaller and were retracted within the orbit,

A throbbing in the right eyeball,


Vision as through a mist (fourth day),

Dim vision of the left eye, as if it were full of water,

Weakness of the eyes in the morning; if she attempts to read all the letters run together,

(Presbyopia), she is able to see clearly at a distance, but not near (after twenty-four hours),

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