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Physostigma - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Calabar Bean, Physostigma Venenosum, Phys.

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HPUS indication of Physostigma: Stiff neck

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



Eyes inflamed, first r., then l.; sclerotic dry, red, and swollen; eyeballs pain and smart; lids feel sore.

Eyes bloodshot all the forenoon, with burning in them.

Pain on attempting to use binocular vision, as in reading, so that one eye must be closed, amel. by a weak concave glass.

Pressure; with muscae volitantes, dark and light long worms or snakes, also tremulous vision.

Bright marks when looking at an object; dark yellowish spots covering one or two letters when reading.

Sharp, shooting pains, and drawing, twisting sensation in eyes.

Eyes sore and painful when moved from side to side.

Pain deep in, over top of eyeball, running up from inner canthus to r. frontal eminence, then down obliquely outward into temple.

Sharp stitches in r. eyeball, amel. by motion in open air.

The muscularis internus seems not to do its work rightly, and the axis of the eyes differs in each; eyes feel weak, with lachrymation.

Eyes convulsed.

Sight blurred, hazy, or misty, film over eyes; objects mixed; after which dull pain over the eyes and between the eyes.

Aching in posterior part of orbit, extending back into the brain; agg. on reading, causing nausea.

Lids (esp. l.) heavy; cannot bear to raise them; twitching of lids (upper, agg. l.).

Contracted sensation in lids with difficulty in opening them and lachrymation when wide open, difficulty in keeping l. eye open.

Lids immovable.

Tight feeling in ciliary region as if something were creeping about in it, with sharp pain, agg. reading.

Contraction of pupils; in morning; by small and rapid jerks, with sensitiveness to light; then mydriasis, agg. morning, seeming to depend on fatigue of sphincter, which was amel. during day by reflex stimulus of light.

Pupils dilated.

Pupils contracted when asleep, dilated when aroused.

Disturbed accommodation; approximation of far point (myopia) and also of near point (the accommodation recovers before the pupil).

Vision abnormally acute; double; dim and indistinct; blurred, hazy, misty.

(Lens dislocated by blow.)

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