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About Indian Euphrasia Officinalis Homeopathy Dilution
Euphrasia officinalis is a Homoeopathic Dilution made from Eyebright. It is reported to be useful in blepharitis, cataract, condylomata, conjunctivitis, influenza, iritis, measles, parotitis, ptosis, etc.
It is reported to be useful in profuse acrid lachrymation and bland coryza; worse, evening. Patient is better in open air.
Manifests itself in inflaming the conjunctival membrane especially, producing profuse lachrymation. Patient is better in open air. Inflammation of mucous membranes especially of eyes and nose. Profuse acrid lachrymation and bland coryza; worse, evening. Hawking up of offensive mucus.
Indian Brands: Euphrasia Officinalis medicines are made and bottled in India. Prominent brands are Homeomart, Schwabe, SBL, Medisynth. They confirm to Indian Pharmacopoeia (IP). These are available in sealed units of 10ml, 30ml, 100ml and 450ml (select medicines)
Dosage: Please note that the dosage of single homoeopathic medicines varies from drug to drug depending upon the condition, age sensitivity and other things. In some cases they are given as regular doses as 3-5 drops 2-3 times a day whereas in other cases they are given only once in a week, month or even in a long period. We strongly recommend that the medication should be taken as per the physician’s advice.
FAQ about Euphrasia Officinalis
What are the side effects of Euphrasia officinalis?
No known side effects reported
What precautions to take before using Euphrasia officinalis?
How long should I take Euphrasia officinalis?
Until the symptoms improve or as per the Physicians prescription
Is Euphrasia Officinalis safe for children?
Is it safe to use Euphrasia officinalis during pregnancy?
What doctors recommend Euphrasia officinalis for?
Dr Kirti V Singh recommends for acute and chronic conjunctivitis eyelid infection burning in eyes lacrimation in eyes infection in lacrimal duct eye allergy watery eyes ptosis measles and allergic rhinitis. How to use (dose) - Euphrasia officinalis 30 2 drop 3 times a day direct tongue, euphrasia officinalis eye drop 2 drop 3 times a day eyes
Dr Vikas sharma : eye symptoms are marked like red, itchy, watery eyes. Along with watering from eyes burning, biting, smarting sensation is felt in the eyes. Sensation of sand in eyes may accompany these symptoms. There may be fine eruptions around the eyes. Redness and puffiness around the eyes (corneal ulcer) is another prominent symptom.
Dr K S Gopi recommend for computer vision syndrome or Digital eye strain: Profuse hot or acrid tears from eyes . Burning and irritation of eyes. Burning and swelling of eyelids. Pressive, cutting pain in eyes.
Conjunctivitis : excellent remedy for conjunctivitis and it is prescribed where redness and swelling of the eyes is accompanied with discharges. The discharges are acrid, watery and of irritating nature with intensely itchy eye
Euphrasia Officinalis therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica
Manifests itself in inflaming the conjunctival membrane especially, producing profuse lachrymation. Patient is better in open air. Catarrhal affections of mucous membranes especially of eyes and nose. Profuse acrid lachrymation and bland coryza; worse, evening. Hawking up of offensive mucus
Head: Bursting headache with dazzling of eyes. Catarrhal (inflammation of mucus membrane) headache, with profuse discharge from eyes and nose.
Nose: Profuse, fluent coryza, with violent cough and abundant expectoration.
Eyes: Catarrhal conjunctivitis; discharge of acrid matter. The eyes water all the time. Acrid lachrymation; bland coryza. Discharge thick and excoriating. Burning and swelling of the lids. Frequent inclination to blink. Free discharge of acrid matter. Sticky mucus on cornea; must wink to remove it. Pressure in eyes. Little blisters on cornea. Opacities. Rheumatic iritis. Drooping of eyelids.
Face: Redness and heat of cheeks. Stiffness of upper lip.
Stomach: Vomiting from hawking mucus. Nausea and bitterness after smoking.
Rectum: Dysentery. Prolapse ani. Pressure down in anus when sitting. Constipation.
Female: Menses painful; flow lasts only an hour or day; late, scanty, short. Amenorrhoea (absence of mensus), with ophthalmia.
Male: Spasmodic retraction of genitals, with pressure above pubic bone. Genital warts and sycotic excrescences. Inflammation of prostate gland. Nocturnal irritability of bladder; dribbling urine.
Respiratory: Frequent yawning when walking in open air. Profuse, fluent coryza in morning, with much cough and expectoration. Influenza. Gags when clearing the throat in morning. Whooping-cough only in day-time, with profuse lachrymation.
Skin: First stage of measles; eye symptoms marked. Consequence of external injuries.
Sleep: Yawning when walking in open air. Sleepy during day.
Fever: Chilly and cold. Sweat mostly on chest, at night during sleep.
Modalities: Worse, in evening, indoors, warmth; south winds; from light. Better, from coffee, in dark.
Modalities.--Worse, in evening, indoors, warmth; south winds; from light. Better, from coffee, in dark.
Relationship.--Antidotes: Camph; Puls. Compare: Hydrophyllum-Burr -flower--(catarrhal inflammation of eyes; hot lachrymation with itching, swollen lids, dull headache; also for effects of Poison-Oak); Cepa; Ars; Gels; Kali hyd; Sabadilla.
Dose.--Third to sixth potency.