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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Crocus Sativus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Itching in the eyelids.
Tingling in the eyebrows.
Pressure, pain as from excoriation, and sensation of burning in the eyes, and in the eyelids, esp. on closing them, and or, reading, or in the evening by candle-light.
Sensation of swelling in the eyes, as from much weeping.
Dryness of the eyes.
Lachrymation on reading.
A quantity of tears rush from the dim eyes as soon as he begins to read.
Lachrymation in the room; not in the open air.
Heating and lancinating pains in the eyes after surgical operations.
Nocturnal agglutination of the eyelids.
Visible quivering of the eyelids.
Heaviness and cramp-like contractions of the eyelids.
Nocturnal cramps in the eyelids.
Constant winking of the eyes (inclination to wipe the eyes, as if a pellicle of gum were drawn over them).
Constant necessity to rub the eyes.
Confused sight, as when looking through a veil, esp. in the evening, when reading by candlelight.
When reading, the white paper seems of a pale rose colour.
Sparkling before the eyes.
Sudden flashes like electric sparks (during the day).≡ more ...