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Sulphur - Eyes symptoms - Clarke

Sublimated Sulphur, Sulpher, Sul, Sulfur, Sulf, Sulph.

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



Heaviness and aching in eyes and lids, with a sensation of friction as from sand.

Itching of eyebrows.

Itching, tickling, and burning sensation in eyes, canthi, and lids.

Pains as from a bruise or wound, and smarting in eyes and lids.

The pains in eyes often extend into head, and are agg. by movement of eyes, and also by light of the sun, which sometimes agg. them to an insupportable degree.

Pain (cutting) in r. eye, renewable by touching r. side of tip of nose.

Stinging in eyes, esp. in sunshine and from light of a candle.

Inflammation, swelling, and redness of sclerotica, conjunctiva, and eyelids.

Pain in lid, as if rubbed against spiculae of glass.

Smarting pain as from dryness of margins of lids.

Redness of borders of lids.

Ulceration in the margins of the eyelids.

Pustules and ulcers round orbits as far as cheeks.

Inflammatory redness of Iris Versicolor iris.

Affections in general of the cornea; eyeball; sclerotica.

Opacity of cornea, as if covered with dust, or clouded, with a deposit of greyish lymph between the lamellae.

Specks, vesicles (pustules), and ulcers in the cornea (with redness of eye).

Injection of vessels of conjunctiva.

Pupil unequal, or dilated and immovable; or contracted.

Cloudiness of crystalline lens.

Nodosity, like hordeolum, in lids.

Eyes water, itch, and feel hot.

Profuse lachrymation, esp. in open air; or great dryness of eyes, agg. in a room.

Pain as from dryness of eyeballs, and a sensation as if they rubbed against the lids.

Lachrymation in morning, with burning.

Retinitis, caused by over-use of eyes, congestion of optic nerve.

Oily tears.

Copious secretion of mucus in eyes, day and night.

Nocturnal agglutination of lids.

Palpitation and quivering of eyelids.

Contraction of eyelids in morning.

Trembling of eyes.

Confused sight, as if directed through a mist, or as if down or a veil were before eyes.

Dim-sightedness, cataract.

Great dimness of vision, as if cornea had lost transparency, confusion of head and dull aching in forehead.

Objects seem more distant than they are.



Clouded sight when reading.

The eyes are dazzled by daylight.

Dazzled by looking long at an object.

Sparks and white spots, or dancing flies, black points, and spots before eyes.


Visions of faces appear on closing the eyes.

Objects appear to be yellow.

Great sensitiveness (and aversion) of eyes to light, principally to that of the sun, and during warm and oppressive weather.

Halo around a lamplight; cataract.

Yellowish colour of sclerotica.

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