Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopodium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The eyes pain in the evening, so that she can hardly open them.
The eyelids pain when touched.
The eyes pain, as if beaten black and blue.
Pressure in the inner canthi.
Pressive pain in the eyes, as if there was dust in them.
Pressure on the eyes, with drowsiness, in the forenoon.
Pressure on the right upper eyelid.
Pressure in the right eye, as if something had fallen into it.
Bruised pain in the eyes, and as if they would fall from their sockets, so that he could not look sharply at anything for pain; from 1 P.M., but chiefly in the evening.
He cannot raise his eyes, the lids are too heavy.
Heaviness of the eyelids, also by day, especially in a bright light.
Heaviness and weariness of the eyes, appearing as if sleepy.
Tensive pain in the left eye.
Compression of the eyes, while the skin over the cheek-bones is tense.
Tearing about the eyes, extending into the forehead and the cheeks.
Tearing in the right eyeball.
Stitches in the left eye.
Stitches in both eyes (aft. 12 d.).
Stitches in the eyes, without redness of the same, the whole day, but especially in the morning (aft. 34th d.).
Pricking, now in one eyeball, then in the other.
Itching in the eyes (aft. 30 d.).
Itching in the canthi.
Smarting in the right eye, as from smoke, with closing of the eyelids.
Smarting in the external canthi, with lachrymation as from smoke, every evening in the twilight.
Itching about the eye.
Sensation of cold in the eyes, in the evening.
Burning in the eyes.
Burning in the eyes, when he would close them.
Severe burning and itching in the eye.
Redness of the eyes, and pressure therein.
Redness of the white of the eyes, with pain.
Red, inflamed eyes, with lancinating pain, from 5 P.M. to 10 P.M.
Inflammation of the white of the eye.
Inflammation of the eyelids, with pressive pain and nightly closing by suppuration in the external canthi.
Inflammation of the eyes, with redness and dimness of the white, redness and swellings of the eyelids, burning pressure, and secretion of mucus in the eyes.
Inflammation of the eyes, with redness of the white and swelling of the lids, shooting, photophobia, profuse lachrymation and nightly closing by suppuration.
Inflammation of the eyes, with itching in both the canthi, redness and swelling of the right eyelid; pain from rigidity, when they have become dry, and closed at night by suppuration.
Swelling and painfulness of the eyelids, with nightly closing by suppuration in the canthi.
Many pustules in the eyelids.
Styes on the eyelids, toward the inner canthus.
Suppuration and redness of the eyelids; the water oozing out smarts and erodes the cheek.
Suppurating stye on the eyelid.
Red pimples on the right upper eyelid, contracting into a scurf.
Closing of the eyes by suppuration, chiefly at night, and especially in the outer canthi.
In the morning, the eyelids are, as it were, glued together.
Much purulent mucus (eyegum) in the eyes, with erosive pain (aft. 32 d.).
Eyegum in the inner canthus, in the morning.
A smarting humor flows from the eye, with much redness of its white.
Mucus in the eyes, he has to wipe them to see more clearly.
Lachrymation of the eyes, and much eyegum, with pressure there and pale face.
Profuse lachrymation of the right eye, in the afternoon.
During a rough wind, water runs out of the eyes.
Dryness of the eyes, in the evening.
Dryness of the eyes; he has to close the lids.
Dryness under the eyelids, as from dust, in the morning on awaking.
Dim, hot eyes.
Weariness of the eyes in the evening, by candle-light, with pain on turning them.
Weary, dim eyes.
Spasmodic twitching of the lower eyelid (aft. 90 d.).
Spasmodic twitching of the left lower eyelid, toward the inner canthus (aft. 35 d.).
Quivering of the left eyelids.
Weakness of the eyes, she cannot read or sew for any length of time; she has to press her eyes shut for pain, and in the morning they are somewhat closed by suppuration.
In writing, the letters become indistinct.
In reading, the letters become intermixed.
Uncertain sight and frequent flickering before the eyes.
Dim-sighted, even at a short distance; he feels as if he looked through a wire-gauze.
Dimness of vision, as from a sticky fluid in the eye, which cannot be wiped off, in paroxysms, now less, now more.
Far-sightedness; in reading and writing, everything appears to her indistinct, as through a veil; but in the distance she sees everything clear and distinct.
Half-sightedness; he sees only the left half of things, the right half is lacking or obscured; he sees with one eye as he does with both, only the fault is worse in the right eye.
Dimness of vision; he has to hold the book sometimes nearer, sometimes further off, in order to be able to read.
Flying black spots before the eyes, at a short distance (in 41 h.).
A veil and flickering before the eyes, after the noonday nap (aft. 16 d.).
Flickering before the eyes, on going to sleep.
Flickering and vibration before the eyes, as when the air vibrates in the heat of summer.
Trembling of the objects at which she looks attentively in the evening, by candle-light, and the light, when she looks at it, trembles most.
Sparks of fire before the eyes, in the dark (aft. 5 h.).
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