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Ignatia Amara - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

St. Ignatius Bean, Ignat, Ignatia, Iamara Ign.

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HPUS indication of Ignatia Amara: Sadness

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

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Sits looking as though in deep thought; stares in front of him, but is completely without thought (after two hours),


Pain extending from the head into the left eye, when the eyes began to burn and water, the lids became swollen, and the meibomian glands secreted much mucus,

Pressure in the right eye from within outward; it seems as though the eyeball was protruding from the orbit (fifth day),

Pressure in and above the eyes on waking in the morning (second day),

Painful pressure above the eyes, with pressure in the eyeballs, especially on looking at the light,

(Stitches in the right eye),

Much irritability of the right eye; increased secretion of mucus in both eyes,

Itching within the eye (after two hours),


Dimness of vision of the right eye, as if a veil had been drawn in front of it; after the midday nap (after six hours),

Is unable to endure the glare of light (after eight hours),

The glare of light is intolerable (after ten hours),

Objects seem to move before the eyes (after 40 drops),

It becomes dim before one eye in the evening, while reading, as if tears were in it which he should wipe away; there is, however, no water in it,

Zigzag and serpentine, white flickering at one side of the field of vision (soon after dinner), (after thirty hours),

Brow and orbit

A violent pressure beneath the left eyebrow,

Pain below the orbits and in the cheek where it has extended from the head (third day),


Agglutination of the lids in the morning, with purulent mucus; on opening the eyes the light is blinding,

The lids are agglutinated in the morning; there is pressure within the eye as from sand; on opening the lids; sticking in the eyes (after thirty-six hours),

Weariness as if the eyelids would close,

Sensation as if a particle were in the left external canthus, which alternately affects the tissues,

Pain in the inner surface of the upper lid, as if it were too dry, in the evening,

Pressive pain behind and above the upper lids of both eyes, lasting two hours (soon, first day),

Sticking tearing in the external canthus; the eyes are agglutinated in the morning, and water in the forenoon,

Pain like a soreness in the external canthus, on closing eye,

Biting in the external canthi (after twenty-four hours),

Gnawing biting on the margins of the lids (in the morning, while reading), (after eighteen hours),


Itching of the eyeball at the inner canthus (after four hours),


Pupils more easy to dilate and are dilated (after four hours),

The pupils dilate easily, and just as easily contract,

Pupils are more inclined to dilate than to contract (late action),

Pupils cannot be dilated,

Pupils at first contracted,

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