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Indications for Use: Conjunctivitis, cataracts, ocular infections and eye disorders.
Available in: 30 ml oral drop bottle, or tube of granules.
Dosage: 10 drops or 5 granules, 3 to 4 times daily. Decrease frequency as soon as symptoms improve.
|Apis||Treats edema of the conjunctiva, extending to the eyelids and sometimes the head, characterized by sensitivity to light (e.g., in dogs that have been on the snow or at sea).|
|Argentum nitricum||Reduces ocular inflammation (very prominent blood vessels) with thick yellow-green purulent discharge, which may develop into a corneal ulcer. Relieves congestion and intense photophobia. Condition is aggravated by heat and improved by applying cold, and with fresh air.|
|Belladonna||Relieves acute ocular congestion accompanied by dilatation of pupils, aversion to bright light, and lacrimation.|
|Chamomilla||Treats conjunctivitis during teething, and profuse, often mucopurulent lacrimation accompanied by an aversion to bright light. The animal is temperamental, does not tolerate frustration, and tears up everything it can get hold of.|
|Euphrasia||Reduces inflammation of eyelids accompanied by constant, irritating lacrimation. Condition is aggravated by light and heat (e.g., being in a hot room).|
|Mandragora||Reduces dilatation of the pupil and aversion to bright light.|
|Mercurius corrosivus||Reduces acute ocular inflammation and conjunctivitis.|
|Pulsatilla||Treats conjunctivitis together with suppuration of inflamed eyelids that are “stuck shut.” Reduces dilatation of ocular veins (pink eye) characterized by intense, irritating lacrimation followed by yellow-green pus. The animal rubs its eyes, as if it has blurry vision, and finds some relief.|
|Spigelia||Reduces ocular pain, intense lacrimation, sensitivity to light, and blinking. Engorged eye, scleral injection.|
|Sulfur||Treats conjunctivitis with profuse lacrimation occurring because the animal is very sensitive to cold.|
30 ml, Granules