Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Euphrasia Officinalis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Photophobia in day and sunlight; worse in the evening; must remain in darkened room; even to spasm of the lids; with swollen agglutinated lids; thick yellow discharge between the lids.
Pressure in the eyes, on looking at the candle-light.
Pupils much contracted.
Pressive, cutting pain in the eyes, extending to the frontal sinuses.
Stitches pressure in the eyes.
Burning stitches in the eyes.
Dry pressure in the eyes, as if sleepy.
Sensations of sand in the eyes.
Spots vesicles and ulcers of the cornea.
Opacity of the cornea.
Sensation as if hair hung over the eyes and must be wiped away.
Catarrhal ophthalmia, with lachrymation and considerable mucus discharge, injection of conjunctiva, phlyctenulae near the cornea, at the same time coryza and pain in the forehead.
Capillaries of conjunctiva enlarged.
Chemosis, acrid tears and coryza.
Profuse flow of acrid tears, with great sensitiveness to light.
Violent itching of the lids, with catarrhal ophthalmia.
Rheumatic inflammation of the eyes, almost blinding him.
Inflammation and ulceration of the margin of lids.
Pain in the eye, alternating with pain in the abdomen.
Inflammation and swelling of the meibomian glands.≡ more ...