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Indications for Use: Glaucoma.
Available in: 30 ml oral drop bottle, or tube of granules.
Dosage: Take every 15 minutes, decreasing frequency as soon as symptoms improve, until the following schedule is reached:
Mix with a little mineral water and hold the solution in the mouth a moment before swallowing.
|Aurum metallicum||Treats ocular hypertension (glaucoma) accompanied by big, red eyes that are painful and sensitive to touch, photophobia, and a blind superior visual hemifield.|
|Cereus bonplandii||Reduces pain that transfixes the eyeball and that is accompanied by eyeball congestion.|
|Comocladia dentata||Treats glaucoma and reduces the sensation that the eyeball is too big. Accompanied by ciliary neeuralgia, which causes eyes to feel enlarged and protruding. Eyes are irritated, red, and painful. Aggravated by indoor heat and eye movements.|
|Prunus spinosa||Treats glaucoma, herpes zoster ophthalmicus, and ciliary neuralgia, accompanied by eyeball pain characterized by a forward-bulging sensation and the feeling that the eye is about to explode. Pain triggers dyspnea or respiratory blockage along with anxiety. Condition improved with lacrimation.|
|Secale cornutum||Reduces eye spasms and pain resulting from cerebrovascular disorders affecting eyesight. Eyes appear sunken and have dark circles under them. Aggravated by heat and movement.|
|Osmium metallicum||Treats glaucoma (often seen in nephritis sufferers) characterized by glared vision, and accompanied by elevated eye pressure, photophobia, lacrimation, and the impression of a greenish halo around light sources.|
|Lachesis mutus||Treats glaucoma characterized by hypersensitivity of the eye to touch and light, accompanied by focussing difficulties, congestive headache, and tendency for the eye to hemorrhage. Subject has the sensation of the eyes being pulled together toward the root of the nose.|
|Spigelia anthelmia||Relieves acute pain in and around the eyes that radiates into the eye sockets. Sensation of pressure and increased eye volume. Left preferential localization (or from left to right).|
|Physostigma venenosum||Treats paresis of eye muscles accompanied by an accommodation disorder, aggravated by effort or eyestrain. Reduces levels in eye pressure (glaucoma), as well as frontal headaches aggravated by mental or visual effort.|
|Atropinum sulfuricum||Reduces ocular congestion along with mydriasis and hypertension (glaucoma) that lead to vision problems.|
30 ml, Granules