1. Acute catarrhal affections especially of eyes and nose ; profuse acrid lachrymation with profuse bland coryza (rev. Allium cepa) ; often assoc. soreness and pressive pain behind sternum and hacking cough with free mucous expectoration ; cough only during daytime, < on rising a.m. ; influenza ; whooping cough.
2. Conjunctivitis ; acute with excessive, acrid, watery discharge ; sub-acute with profuse, mattery discharge, making cheeks sore ; accumulation of mucus on cornea causing frequent blinking to effect removal ; photophobia ; lid margins swollen, red, burning, even ulcerating.
3. Menstrual disorders ; flow lasts only one hour, or late and lasting only one day.
4. Ailments resulting from falls ; contusions, or mechanical injuries to external parts.
5. Modalities ; < evening or on rising a.m. ; indoors ; warmth ; south winds ; > outdoors.
Dr. AG ClarkeEuphrasia
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 16th, 2012 at 5:13 pm.
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Keywords: Coryza, Cough, Influenza, Lachrymation, Photophobia, Whooping Cough