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Carbo Vegetabilis - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Carbo Vegetabilis: Exhaustion
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carbo Veg in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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EYES

Eyes

The muscles of the eyes are painful on looking upward.

Dull pain in the left eye.

Pressure in the eyes, with numb feeling in the head (aft. 6 ½ h.).

Pressure in the upper eyelids and in the upper half of both eyeballs, on taking exercise in the air.

Sensitive pressure on the right eyeball, from above downward (aft. ½ h.).

Pressure as from sand in the right eye, with sensation of soreness in the canthi (aft. 36 h.).

Pressure in the eyes as from a grain of sand, with sensation of soreness, chiefly in the canthi, and with smarting in the right eye.

A smarting pressure in the outer canthus of the right eye.

Tearing pressure on the left eye.

Drawing in the right eyelid (aft. 13 d.).

Drawing above the right eye, through the head.

Pain in the eye, as if it would be torn out, with headache.

Violent stitches in both eyes.

Itching around the eyes.

Itching on the edges of the eyelids.

Itching on the inner canthus of the left eye.

Itching on the right eye (aft. 36 h.).

Itching on the right eye, with great dryness of the eyelid (aft. 14 d.).

Itching in the left eye; after rubbing, a smarting, especially in the inner canthus.

Smarting itching, chiefly in the outer canthus of the right eye.

Smarting in the left canthus.

Smarting in the eyelids, with some redness on their edge (aft. 24 h.).

Burning in the eyes.

Inflammation of the right eye.

Swelling of the left eye.

Profuse lachrymation and smarting in the right eye (aft. 24 h.).

The eyes closed from suppuration, in the morning.

Quivering of the left eyelid (aft. 9 d.).

Quivering of the upper eyelid.

At night, she could not open the eyes, when she could not go to sleep.

The left eyelid seemed to him agglutinated, but was not.

A weight upon the eyes, so that he must strain very much in reading and writing, to make it out.

After straining his eyes, the for a time becomes short-sighted.

Great short-sighteness; he can only recognize an acquaintance at a few steps distance (aft. 3 d.).

Flickering before the eyes, at once in the morning on rising.

Black, flying specks before the eyes.

Rings before the eyes, with a lighter colored center.

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