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Rhus Tox - Eyes symptoms

Toxicodendron Radicans, Poison-ivy, Rhus, Rus tox, Rhustox, Rustox, Rhus Toxicodendron, Rhus Toxicodedron Rhus-t.


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Rhus Tox

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

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EYES

Eyes

Swollen, red, edematous; Orbital cellulitis

pustular inflammations

Photophobia; profuse flow of yellow pus

Oedema of lids, suppurative iritis

Lids inflamed, agglutinated, swollen

Old injured eyes

Circumscribed corneal injection

Intensive ulceration of the cornea

Iritis, after exposure to cold and dampness, and of rheumatic origin

Eye painful on turning it or pressing, can hardly move it, as in acute retrobulbar neuritis

Profuse gush of hot, scalding tears upon opening lids.

Eyebrows; out-breaks on skin around eyebrows; yellow

Lids

granular lids

narrowing of gap between eyelids

opening eyes difficult; morning

opening eyes difficult; night

half open

spasmodic closure

eyes closed

half open

eyes close involuntary

out-breaks on skin

herpes

pimples

blisters

blisters; yellow

stuck together

morning

night

Cataract

Conjunctiva (external lining of eye); swelling

Cornea (transparent part of eye); spots and specks, on cornea

Discoloration

redness

redness; morning

redness; corner; inner

redness; lids

spots; edges of

Discharges of mucus or pus

bloody

from out-breaks on skin

corner

outer

morning

Distorted; iris

Dryness

Dullness

Sensation of enlargement

Growth, tumour

sty

sty; lower lid

Hair falling from eye-lashes

Eye feels hot

Heaviness; lids

Inflammation

arthritic (gouty and rheumatic)

of catarrh from cold

night

cold; wet weather

erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour, see face)

infants

glandular swellings

washing; becoming wet

wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

granular

oozing pus (including cornea)

wounds; cornea (transparent part of eye)

wounds; iris

night

rheumatic

wounds; lids

wounds; hardening of tissue

Irritation

Itching

exertion of vision

outer

lids

Onyx

Pain

morning

afternoon

evening

from exertion of vision

during heat

when looking

steadily

on movement of eyes

sideways

pulsating

wet weather

extending to other parts; backward

eyebrows

lids; on closing eyes

aching

evening

when looking sharply

corner; inner

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

before chill

corner

contracting; evening

cutting

as from something in eye

like sand in eye

pressing

morning

evening

sore, bruised, tender

moving the eyes

corner; outer

on closing

in cold air

stitching, sudden, sharp

right

night

in inflamation of the iris (iritis)

movement

pulsating

rheumatic

wet weather

extending backward

extending inward

extending to back of head (occiput)

tearing

night

Paralysis

lids; upper

lids; upper; right

lids; upper; from cold

of muscles of eyeball

optic nerve, total blindness, without eye damage (amaurosis)

Intolerance of light (photophobia)

during chill

Protrusion

Pupils

contracted

insensitive to light

Quivering

lids

Skin around eyes (see face); out-breaks on skin

Staring

Stiffness; lids

Closing of tear duct

Swellings

sensation of swelling

glandular swellings

lids

when period is suppressed

from fluid accumulation

Tears

morning

evening

with cough

open air

on opening eyes

forcibly

in wind

when yawning

acrid smell (strong and sharp)

burning

Twitching

corner

lids

Ulceration

cornea (transparent part of eye)

lids

under surfaces

Weak

Vision

Blurred

Colours and shapes in front of eyes

colours; black; spots; floating (aka muscae volitantes or spiders)

colours; bright

Confused vision

Objects seem distorted; objects seem nearer

Dim

Double vision

Exertion of vision

Foggy

evening

Sees only halves of objects (hemiopia)

Lost vision, blindness

during vertigo, dizziness

Weak (see eyes, weak)

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