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Gelsemium Sempervirens - Eyes symptoms

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HPUS indication of Gelsemium Sempervirens: Lethargy

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


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EYES

Eyes

Ptosis; EYELIDS heavy; patient can hardly open them

Double vision

Disturbed muscular apparatus

Corrects blurring and discomfort in eyes even after accurately adjusted glasses

Vision blurred, smoky ( Cyclamen Europaeum Cycl.; Phosphorus Phos.) Dim-sighted; pupils dilated and insensible to light

Orbital neuralgia, with contraction and twitching of muscles

Bruised pain back of the orbits

One pupil dilated, the other contracted

Deep inflammations, with haziness of vitreous

Serous inflammations

Albuminuric retinitis

Detached retina, glaucoma and descemetitis

Hysterical amblyopia.

Lids

falling of lids

opening eyes difficult

half open

hard to keep open

unable to open eyes

desire to close

eyes closed; half open

eyes closed; hard to keep open

eyes closed; eyes close involuntary

eyes closed; unable to open eyes

Sparkling

Detachment of retina

Discoloration

redness; lids

redness; lids; spots; edges of

yellow

Dullness

Sensation of fullness

Eye feels hot

flushes

lids

Heaviness; lids

Inflammation

wounds

back of eye (behind retina - choroid)

wounds; retina

Itching

Movement of eyeballs

pendulum like, from side to side

rolling

Pain

while lying

on movement of eyes

periodic

after sleep

profuse urination

extending to other parts

downward

around the eyes

aching

moving eyes

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

late morning

corner

bursting

lying down

as from something in eye

pressing

sore, bruised, tender

evening

night

as from foreign body

moving the eyes

stitching, sudden, sharp

after a headache

movement

Paralysis

lids; upper

of muscles of eyeball

external recti (to move eye away from centre)

ciliary (muscles of iris)

optic nerve, total blindness, without eye damage (amaurosis)

Photomania (must be in light)

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

night

artificial light

Pulsation in eyes

Pupils

contracted

contracted; during heat

dilated

insensitive to light

Spasms; muscles which focus eye

Staring

Stiffness; lids

Strabismus (eyes incorrectly aligned)

Swellings

lids

Tears

Tension

Twitching

Weak

after sexual excesses

Wine

Vision

Accommodation, movement of eyeball; slow

Blurred

before headache

when turning eyes

Changing (see moving, vanishing)

Colours and shapes in front of eyes

colours; black; points

colours; black; spots; floating (aka muscae volitantes or spiders)

colours; halo of colours; around the light

snake before the vision

Confused vision

Objects seem distorted; objects seem distant

Dim

morning

after diphtheria

distant objects

before headache

during headache

moving objects

when reading

urination

during vertigo, dizziness

while walking

in open air

Double vision

morning

with headache

when inclining head to either side

when looking in certain way

sideways

during pregnancy

after sleep

Objects fade away, then reappear

Flickering

Foggy

Sees only halves of objects (hemiopia)

upper lost

vertical

Lost vision, blindness

vanishing of sight

during vertigo, dizziness

Short-sightedness

Merging together

letters

letters; while writing

Weak (see eyes, weak)

using eyes

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