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Spigelia Anthelmia - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Spigelia Anthelmia: Headache

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


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EYES

Eyes

Neuralgia of eyes, esp. where there is great soreness, and can scarcely bear a touch; affections of the eyeball; eyelids; optic nerve; dilated pupils; ocular illusions

sees strange things, fiery, luminous rays, sparks, &c.

On shutting eyes a sea of fire appears.

Illusion as if hairs or feathers on lashes; agg. on moving them.

Impending amaurosis.

Pains in eyes, deeply seated in sockets.

Aching (pressure) in the eyeballs, esp. when turning them.

Pains in the eyes during movement, as if eyeballs were too large.

Digging, boring, and shootings in eyes, penetrating into head, sometimes with pain, which drives to despair.

Pains as if needles thrust into r. eyeball.

Movement of eyes and muscles of face agg. the pains.

Tingling in eyes.

Itching in r. eyeball, returning after rubbing.

Dry heat and burning sensation in eyes, which forces them to close.

Redness of sclerotica, with injection of blood-vessels.

Inflammation of eyes and of cornea.

Inflammation and ulceration of lids, with smarting pain as from excoriation.

Eyes confused and dull.

Profuse lachrymation.

Acrid, smarting tears.

Great sensitiveness of eyes to light.

Hanging down of lids as from paralysis.

Sensation as of a hard substance under r. upper lid, amel. by rubbing.

Violent burrowing stitch in middle of eye and in inner canthus that does not prevent vision, but presses upper lid down.

Upper lids feel hard and immovable.

Pain as if l. orbit were pressed from above downward.

Tendency to wink.

Weakness of eyes; in whatever direction they are turned they remain.

Difficulty in raising the eyelids, with painful sensation of stiffness.

Contraction and involuntary movement of eyes.

Squint; convergent.

"A dose of Spigel. always produced squint in us when children" (American lady's testimony.)

R. T. C.).

Strabismus whether from worms or not (Macfarlan).

Pupils dilated.

Loss (momentary suspension) of sight.

Presbyopia.

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