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Pulsatilla - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Pulsatilla Nigricans, Pulsatila, Pratensis, Wind Flower, Pulsat, Pasque Flower, Puls.

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



Affections in general appearing on the cornea; margins of the eyelids; dim-sightedness, with a sensation as though there were something over the eye which the patient wishes to rub away; amaurosis; cataract.

Pain in eyes as if scratched with a knife.

Burning sensation, pressive pain as if caused by sand; or sharp or shooting pain in eyes, or else boring and incisive pain.

Burning itching in eyes, chiefly in evening (inducing rubbing and scratching).

Inflammation in eyes and margins of lids (and meibomian glands), with redness of the sclerotica and conjunctiva, and copious secretion of (thick) mucus (and nightly agglutination).

Swelling and redness of eyelids.

Trichiasis in eyelid.

Styes, esp. on upper lid.

Crystalline lens clouded and of a greyish colour.

Stye with inflammation of sclerotica, and tensive drawing pains on moving the muscles of the face.

Dryness of eyes and lids, esp. during sleep.

Profuse lachrymation, principally in the wind, as well as in open air, in the cold, and in clear, bright daylight.

Acrid and corrosive tears.

Abscess near angle of eye, like a lachrymal fistula (discharging pus on pressing it).

Nocturnal agglutination of lids.

Pupils contracted or dilated.

Amaurosis; paralysis of optic nerve.

Look fixed and stupid.

Dimness of sight, esp. or, getting warm from exercise.

Cloudiness of eyes and loss of sight, sometimes with paleness of face and inclination to vomit; (all objects present a sickly hue).

Loss of sight in twilight, with sensation as if eyes were covered with a band.

Sight confused, as if directed through a mist, or as if caused by something removable by rubbing, principally in open air, in evening, in morning, or on waking.

Incipient cataract.


Luminous circles before eyes, and diffusion of light of candles.

Great sensibility of eyes to light, which causes lancinating pains (and in sunshine).

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