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Petroleum - Eyes symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Petroleum: Nausea

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

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Pressure in the eyes, in the evening.

Much pressure in the eyes, especially in the evening, in candle-light.

Much pressure in the eyes as from a grain of sand.

Cutting in the eyes, on straining them by reading.

Shooting and pecking in the eyebrows.

Stitches in the eyes, and lachrymation.

Stitches, from the external canthus toward the internal.

Shooting in the eyes, per se and when he presses somewhat on them.

Beating pain in the right eye.

Itching of the eyelids, he must rub them.

Itching and dryness of the lower eyelids (aft. 12 d.).

Itching and shooting in the eyes.

Itching, shooting and burning in the eyes.

Smarting in the eyes.

Smarting in the eyes as from smoke.

Smarting and heat in the eyes.

Burning in the eyes (aft. 5 d.).

Burning in the eyes, and pressure and obscuration, when she strains them.

Burning and pressure on the inner canthus.

Inflammatory swelling in the inner canthus, as of an incipient fistula lachrymalis, as large as a pigeon's egg; with dryness of the right side of the nose, for several days.

Eruptive pimples on the eyelids.

Lachrymation for five days (aft. 6 d.).

Lachrymation in the open air, when it is not cold.

Lachrymation, frequently, also in the room (aft. 16 d.).

Much water presses out from both the canthi.

Weakness of the eyes.

The eyes tire readily.

Twitches of the eyes.

Trembling and quivering of the eyelids.

Quivering of the right eyelid.

Winking and quivering with the eyes.

The eyes feel often, as if they would become twisted.

In the morning, he cannot open the eyelids, and his sight is dim and clouded.

Very dim eyes (aft. 22 d.).


The visual power is dim, the eyes as if they had a gauze over them (aft. 5, 6 d.).

Great enlargement of the eyeballs, for many days; the left eye cannot recognize the letters at the usual short distance; at a longer distance they become clearer but smaller.

More long-sighted.

Seeing double with both eyes.

The eyes are often obscured, and at times some objects appear double (aft. 14 d.).

Black spots before the eyes, impeding reading.

Something floats and quivers at times before the eyes, but she sees the objects clearly and distinctly, when she looks at them.

Quivering before the eyes, in the evening (aft. 10 d.).

Flickering and fluttering before the eyes, the objects seem to be in a subtle motion.

Flickering and black figures before the eyes (aft. 18 d.).

Fiery sparks before the eyes.

Painful sensitiveness of the eyes to the daylight, she must keep them covered.

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