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Ledum Palustre - Eyes symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Ledum Palustre: Black eyes
Common symptoms: Black eyes, Bites, Bruises, Chills, Hives.

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


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EYES

Eyes

Inflammation of the eyes, with tensive pain,

Pain in the eyes, without inflammation; a pressure behind the eyeball as if it would be forced out,

Burning pressure in the eyes, especially in the evening; they are agglutinated in the morning, with lachrymation during the day, even in the room (after four hours),

Boring pressure from the forehead to the eyes, and in the eyeballs, as if coming from above,

Stitches in the right inner canthus,

Fine stitches in the left eye, towards the inner canthus,

Great itching in the inner canthi,

Vision

Visual power weakened; does not see sharply,

Flickering before the eyes, he can see nothing definitely,

If one looks at anything steadily, there is a glimmering or flickering before the eyes, as after violent running, and as though one could not fix the eyes upon it (as in vertigo),

Small black points float before the eyes,

Brow and orbit

Boring pain above the beginning of the left eyebrow,

Dull pressive boring at the lower orbital margin of the right side,

Pressure on the outer margin of the right orbit, worse on moving about,

Tearing in the bone above the left eye,

Lids.

The lids are agglutinated, without pain,

The lids are full of matter, but neither swollen nor inflamed,

Fine stitches in the margins of the right lids, towards the inner canthus,

Lachrymal Apparatus.

Lachrymation (without inflammation of the white of the eye); the tears are acrid and biting, and make the lower lid and cheek sore,

Pupil.

Pupils dilated (after three and a quarter, five and a quarter, and nine and a half hours),

Decided dilatation of the pupils (soon),

Extreme dilatation of the pupils,

Pupils contracted (after one hour),

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