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Crocus Sativus - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Crocus Sativus: Fatigue

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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.



Weak, glassy eyes, with great sleepiness,

Very dry eyes,

Feeling in the eyes as though he had wept very violently, with a corresponding expression of countenance,

Feeling in both eyes as though she had wept much; everything seems swollen and tense without its being noticeable externally; several days together,

Burning in the eyes,

After reading a while (even during the day) the eyes pain with a sore burning, and some dimness, so that he was frequently obliged to wink,

Feeling as though he eyes were smaller than usual (after half an hour),

Feeling as of biting smoke in the eyes,


Crawling in the brows so that he is obliged to rub them (after a quarter of an hour),


Twitching and jerking in the upper lid,

Visible twitching of the lids, with a sensation as if something must be wiped from the right eye (after a quarter of an hour),

Sudden muscular twitches in the lids, with crawling in the left eyebrow, with sensation as if something were in the eye which he must wipe away; very transient (after three-quarters of an hour),

The lids draw together, with running of water from the eyes,

Inclined to press the eyes tightly together from time to time,

Sensation of heaviness in the upper lid as if it were too heavy, as if the eyes were constantly inclined to close, with dim vision (after half an hour),

Burning in the lids; worse on closing them,

Violent burning in the lids,

Burning pinching beneath the left lower lid (after nine hours),

On waking at night, she is unable' to open the eyes, because it seems as though a weight were lying upon them; if she forcibly opens them there is tension and pressure, and they can be opened only incompletely after much effort by rubbing and pressing them,

A long-continuing dull pressive stitch in the left lower lid (after four hours and a half),

Sensation of soreness in the lids, in the evening by the light, with frequent inclination to press them together and to wipe out the eyes,

Itching in the lids of the right eye, extending towards the outer side, afterwards in both eyes (after seven minutes),

Violent sticking itching in the left upper lid, which obliges him to rub it (first evening),


Simple aching of the eyeball, as if he had been looking through too powerful glasses; without dimness of vision (after one hour and a half),

Pain in the right eyeball; sticking at one point; in the morning,

Lachrymal Apparatus.

Feeling as though water were constantly coming into the eyes, only in the room, not in the open air,

Was unable to read letters without great quantities of water running from the very dim eyes (after eight hours),

A pressive pain on the eyeballs, with great filling with water; as the pains left the eye they immediately became very dim (after seven hours),


Dilated pupils (after half an hour),

Very much dilated pupils (after a few minutes),

Pupils somewhat contracted (after a few hours),


Vision dim; he was unable to see clearly; everything seemed enveloped in a fog (after two hours and a half),

It seems dim about the eyes and obscure before the eyes; not so clear and bright as formerly (after six minutes),

Darkness before the eyes; it seemed as though bright stars danced before the eyes (second day),

Frequent blackness before the eyes (first day),

Reading in the evening by a bright light was unusually difficult; it seemed as though the eyes were obscured, wherewith they seemed very dry; she was frequently obliged to wink,

He is frequently obliged to wink and to wipe his eyes at though a film of mucus were over them (after four hours and three-quarters),

The light seems dimmer than usual, as if a veil were between the eyes and the light,

The usually clear and sharp vision seems befogged; that is, everything seems more indistinct and paler than usual, as if a veil were before the eyes, which she must constantly remove by wiping; after which the sight becomes clear for a moment, but the dimness soon returned, at 8 P.M. (after a few hours),

On reading it seems as though there were a veil before the eyes, which were relieved by frequent winking; together with a pressure in the eyeballs, which became a heaviness on closing the lids, but returned after opening them,

She was frequently obliged to wink, because it seemed as though a veil were drawn before the eyes,

Feeling as though a tog were before the eyes (with contracted pupils?),

Sudden small lightnings before the eyes like electric sparks, during the day (after several days),

When reading, the white paper seemed to be pale-red, aurora-colored,

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