Thuja Occidentalis - Eyes symptoms

Arbor Vitae, Thuja, Thuya, Thuja Occidentalis, Thuya occidentalis

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HPUS indication of Thuja Occidentalis: Warts
Thuja Occidentalis

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Thuja Occidentalis may help, unprocessed Thuja may be best avoided.

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

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EYES

Eyes

Ciliary neuralgia; iritis

Eyelids agglutinated at night; dry, scaly

Styes and tarsal tumors ( Staphysagria Staph.) Acute and subacute inflammation of sclera

Sclera raised in patches, and looks bluish-red

Large, flat phlyctenules; Indolent

Recurring episcleritis

Chronic scleritis.

Eyebrows; out-breaks on skin around eyebrows

Lids; granular lids

nodules in lids

edges of lids

unable to open eyes

eyes closed; unable to open eyes

eyes open; morning

out-breaks on skin

blotches

eczema

tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps)

stuck together

morning

night

in open air

Conjunctiva (external lining of eye); swelling

Cold

Coldness

as if cold air blew in

in the painful eye

Cornea (transparent part of eye); bulging

spots and specks, on cornea

Discoloration; redness

Discharges of mucus or pus

bloody

thick

yellow

Dryness

corner

Eye gum

Sensation of fullness

Growth, tumour; sty

sty; indurated (hard from inflammation)

tumours; on lids

tumours; cystic

tumours; glands under eye lids

tumours; nodules in the lids

tumours; polyp; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

tumours; tarsal tumours

wart-like growth

eyebrows

eyelid

iris

Hardness; lids (see thickening)

Eye feels hot

corner

outer

Heaviness; lids

Inflammation

of catarrh from cold

with gonorrhoea

infants

syphilitic

after vaccination

wounds; back of eye (behind retina - choroid)

wounds; conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

granular

oozing pus (including cornea)

wounds; cornea (transparent part of eye)

wounds; iris

with pus in front of iris

syphilitic

wounds; lids

wounds; hardening of tissue

Infected; full of dark vessels, conjunctiva (external lining of eye)

Looking steadily (see vision, exertion)

Pain

morning

after rising

afternoon; 5 p.m.

night

bathing eye

covering eyes with hand

during heat

light

strong light

when using eyes; when reading

when resting

touch

warmth

extending to other parts; backward

eyebrows

lids; evening

aching

bright light

with nausea

boring

burning, smarting, gnawing, biting

morning

on rising

afternoon

evening

cold bathing

after dinner

while reading

touch

corner

corner; evening

margins of lids; evening

pulling

as from something in eye

like sand in eye

like sand in eye; morning

like sand in eye; in corner

pressing

morning

morning; on waking

during fever

outward

stitching, sudden, sharp

left

morning

evening

night

during headache

in inflamation of the iris (iritis)

in bright light

movement

warmth

extending outward

corner; inner

corner; outer

eyebrows

stinging

tearing

left

evening

extending to brain

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

Protrusion

Pupils; contracted

contracted; perspiration

Sensitive to.; cold air

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

out-breaks on skin; below eyes

Sunken

Swellings; sensation of swelling

conjunctiva (external lining of eye); skin-like (dermoid)

lids

hard and red

sensation of swelling

glands under eye lids

Tears

open air

in cold air

in wind

Tension; morning

Ulceration; cornea (transparent part of eye)

Weak

Vision

Blurred

Colours and shapes in front of eyes; colours

colours; black; moving

colours; black; points

before dinner

colours; black; spots

floating (aka muscae volitantes or spiders)

colours; blue; when eyes are closed

colours; blue; spots; morning on rising

colours; dark

objects; seem dark

spots

colours; green; stripes

colours; striped

colours; yellow; flames

fiery; disks

flames

various coloured flames

light; streaks of light; pass downward; seen to one side of eye in dark

sparks

in dark

during dinner

outside the field of vision, either side

stripes

zigzags; fluttering

zigzags; wavy

zigzags; while writing

Objects seem distorted; objects seem small

Dim

open air

while writing

Double vision

when reading

Exertion of vision

Flickering

during dinner

with vertigo, dizziness

Foggy

open air

Illusions (see mind)

Lost vision, blindness

late morning

evening; caused by light

Short-sightedness

Swimming; objects

objects; 5 p.m.

Weak (see eyes, weak)