Augengruppe

 

Organen.x

Repertorium. (C. M. Boger/B.N. Mithra)

Vergleich. Psora - Sykose - Syphillinie – Tuberkulinie

[M. v. Senden]

hat das am Beispiel blind geborener und im Pubertätsalter operierten Menschen sehr eindrucksvoll dargestellt (in R. Spitz, „Vom Säugling zum Kleinkind“). Die frisch operierten Patienten freuten

sich nicht etwa über die neu erworbene Sehfähigkeit, sondern ordneten den neuen Wahrnehmungsreiz vorwiegend dem Geruchssinn zu, also nicht "Oh, ich kann sehen, wie wunderbar!", sondern:

"Was riecht denn hier so komisch?"

[Farokh Master]

Ammoniacum for persons who may have lot of visual disturbances where vision becomes dim (an injury to the eye or overstrain of eyes and the eyes become irritable, red, congested or painful).

[F. Sterliko, M.D.]

Calcarea picrata: for styes.

[Dr. Molan]

Sometimes we can cure a fully developed cataract by homoeopathic remedies, or cut short the disease in its progress, and in cases which we cannot cure, we bring the whole organism of the patient

in a better condition to be operated upon. Sulph. Sil. Caust. Cannab. Phos. Calc. and Conium are mentioned as the remedies which arrest the progress of cataracts.

 

Doctrine of Signatures: William Coles'  Table of Appropriations: Fennel, Vervain, Rose, Celandine, Rue, Eyebright, Clary Sage ("Clear Eye Sage"), Hawkweed

 

Augen = Symbol Odin (Germanen)/= Schöpfer (= Kriegsgott. Polynesien)

Auge = Symbol Freimaurer.

 

Abrus.x = Paternostererbse/= Jequiritysamen/= Crab’s eye vine/= Indian liquorice

Adon.x = Adonisröschen/= Pheasant’s eye.

Aegilops cylindrica = goatgrass/= Geitenoog Commelinidae.

Agro. = Kornradsamen/= rote Kornblume/Wurzel/= Zwijns-/schaaps-/ezelsoren/= Christus-/= Gods-/= schoonoog/= akkervlam/= steekneusken/= Bolderkruid/= muggenbloem/= orgelbloem.

Anguis fragilis = Blindschleiche/= lebend gebärend Täuschungsgruppe. Reptilia.x

Augenachat.x

Apis. Egypt: bees grew from the tears of the sun god Ra when they landed on the desert sand.

Bedriegertjes = trompe l’oeils

Bell. = Regenblume/= Tollkirsche/= Wutbeere/= Sautod/= Säukraut/= Teufelsbeere/= Banewort/= dead nettle/= deadly nightshade/= Wolfsaugen/= Windbeere.

Bel-p. = Gänseblümchen/= Paquerette/= Bruisewort/= Daisy/= Mondscheinbleaml/= Augenblümchen/= Herzblüml/= Himmelsblume/= Katzenblume/= Schweinzerle/= Tausendschön/= Meizoentje.

Bora-o. = Borretsch/= Blauhimmelstern/= Gurkenkraut/= Herzfreud/= Liebäuglein

Buphthalmum salicifolium = Yellow oxeye daisy. Asterales.x

Cajanus cajan = Cajanus indicus = pigeon. pea/= no-eye pea. Fabales.

Chel. = Schöllkraut/= Eclaire/= Celandine/= Augenkraut/= Swallowwart/= Wart wort/= stinkende gouwe/= Ogenklaar (= Eyebright/'Schelkruid' means Scale-wort means as if 'scales falling from one's eyes')/= Apfelkraut/= Augenwurz/= Blutkraut/= Gelbkraut/= Giftblome/= Goldwurz/= Yellow Poppy/= Herrgottsgabe/= Hexenmilch/= Krätzenkraut/= Maikraut/= Rotlaufgras/= Teufelskraut/= Opium of the Gall-bladder

Chrysoberyll. = Katzenauge 

Conv. = Augenkraut/= Glasblümli/= Schneetropfen/= Maiglockchen/= Lily of the Valley

Croc-Tränen = Tautropfen auf Crocus sativa.

Dianthus caryophyllus = Carnation betrothal. or engagement/= Mary’s tears at Jesus' plight/in France/Francophone culture symbol of bad luck./used in Greek ceremonial crowns. Caryophylalles.

Edelauge = Spross von Rosaceae./ Vitis gebraucht zum Okulieren (= Impfen).

Eos (= Aurora/= Göttin.) allmorgendlich mit ihrem Gespann aus dem Okeanos auftauchend/kündigt damit den Tag an/Delphin./Ihre Tränen = Tau.

Croc-s. (= Saffran/= Farbstoff).

Elaeocarpus ganitrus. = Rudraksha’s bead = tear of rage

Euphr. = Augentrost/= eyebright/= Augendank/= Augustinuskraut/= Gibinix/= Grummetblume/= Herbstblümle/= Milchdieb/= Wegleuchte/= Wiesenwolf

Eyeblack = Bienenwachs + Paraffin + C/gebraucht um besser in Richtung Sonne schauen zu können

Falkenauge [= Krokydolith + Si/= Quarz. = dunkelblau/schillert bei Bewegung/durch Verwitterung entsteht Tigerauge (= blue asbestos.)]

Ger-i. = Ruprechtskraut/= Bird's eyes.

Glasauge = Prothese.

Guar. = „geheime Augen“.

Hippoc-k.: a horse’s head/dragon’s scales/free-roving eyes/changeable colors of a chameleon/tail of a monkey/a kangaroo’s pouch/armor of an insect/wings of a hummingbird.

Ina-i. = Tagpfauenaugen.

Inul. = Alantwurzel/= Rindsauge/= Grande Aunée/= Elecampane /= Pushkaramula/= Xuan fu/= Horse-heal/= Elfswort.

Iris. = gefärbtes Teil des Auges/= Regenbogen/= Bote der Göttin Hera (Gatte des Zeus)/= Equivalent von Hermes ohne seine Schelmereien.

Katze. = Auge des Ra (= Sonnengott).

Katzenaugeturmalin.

Labradorit.

Lapis cancri praeparatum. w = hergestellt aus Calc-ablagerung in Flusskrebsmagen/= Krebsaugen/= Krebsstein.

Leycesteria formosa. (= Flowering nutmeg/= Elisha’s tears/= Purple Rain/= Himalayan honeysuckle/= nutmegtree/= Buntdachblume/= Karamellbeere/= Lakritzpflanze/= Schöne Leycesterie).

Luna. = Mond/= Nachtgestirn/= Auge der Nacht.

Melan. bestimmt Augenfarbe und Hauttype.

Mentha aquatica = Krötenauge Lamiales.

Ochina serrulata = wilder Birnbaum/= ’birds. eye/Malphigiales.x

Opal. = Weltauge (oculis mundi).

Operculum = Verschlussdeckel Turbo petholatus (= See.schnecke.) = Maona Perle o. Chinesiches Katze.nauge/zeigt rötliche Wachstumsspirale. Mollusca.

Osiris (Egypt) was murdered by his brother. Set. His wife + sister Isis resurrected him/he became god of the dead. + underworld. (= „Sitz des Auge) Gott der Vegetation/des Nils/Fruchtbarkeit. Symbolen: Tausendfüßler/grüner Haut/Krummstab/Weizen. gemischt mit Ton. als Opfer.

Pavo cristatus. = Pfauenauge

Rhodopsin = visual purple. = roter Farbstoff.

Ran-b. = Knolliger Hahnenfuss/= Teufelsaugen

Smaragd. entstanden aus Tränen einer untreue Göttin

Sep. Ist Auge ohne Empfinden/= nur Reaktion/Rhythmische Bereich fehlt beinahe/hat mehrere Herzen

Sol. = Sonnenlicht/= Auge des Tages/= Fleisch der Götter

Sol-t. = Kartoffel/= Pomme de terre

Squil. = Meerzwiebel/= Sea onion/= weiße Zwiebel/= „Auge des Typhons“

Sphagnetica tribolata = creeping Oxeye Asterales.

Stellaria holostea = Augentrostgras. Caryophylales.

Strych-g. = Hoang nan/= Brechnuss/= Blind-weed

Sulph. [George Royal] in all eye troubles the lids are red, pain: sharp/sticking/cutting/splinter-like; marked photophobia is marked and “< from the touch of water“ usually present.

Tabasheer. = bamboo sap/tabashir/= Siliceous Secretions of Bamboo/= banslochan/= Concretio Silicea Bambusae/= bamboo manna/= bamboo tears/= bamboo powder/= Tabashir silica/= karpoor vans (bamboo camphor)/= Tvaksheera (bark milk in Sanskrit)/= vans-sharkar (bamboo sugar)

Tarax. = Löwenzahn/= Saubleamle/= Saurüssel/= Saustochkraut = Pissenlit/= Dandelion/= Paardebloem/= Kamphool (I)/=Pu-gong ying/= Sonnekraut/= Augenmilkkraut= Kuhblume/= Kuhlattich/

= Krötenblume/= Mönchskrone/= Schäfchenblume

Tetradinis articulata = Sandarak/= „marokkanische Tränen“ Tracheobionta./= Thuj.-ähnlich 

Tetratheca (Blackeyed Susan): Essence for busy people who can't be 'still'. (K+PV-). Geraniales.

Thunderbergia aculata = blackeyed susan Lamiales.

Tiger.eisen = Hämatit. + Jaspis. + Tigerauge

Trad. = Gottesauge

Turquoise.: Hopi legend: people dancing and rejoicing with the rains/their tears of joy mixed with the rains and seeped into the earth, this became turquoise.

 

Adleraugen“

[Alan V. Schmukler]

Stye (= “Hordeolum”) an infection of the oil glands in the eyelid. They ordinarily drain and heal by themselves and it is best not to squeeze them. A warm compress (black tea) several times daily will assist the draining process.

Puls: beginning stage.

Staph: if Pulsatilla fails or the stye leaves a hard nodule after healing.

Dr. Nankivel: Calen.: Blepharitis            CALENDULA lotion - 20 drops to a teacupful of water very useful in many chronic affections of the eyelids; it has no inconvenient effect.

Conjunctivitis: commonly called pink eye, is an inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the white portion of the eye. Symptoms of pink eye include redness, swelling, itching, and pus in the membrane. Symptoms include redness, swelling, itching, and pus in the membrane. This condition may be caused by contact lens solution, allergy, bacteria, virus, smoke, dust, Reiter’s syndrome in men, or chemical irritants such as chlorine, smog, or those found in makeup. Pink eye is highly contagious when the cause is a virus and is spread in the same manner that common cold is. If not treated, the condition can leads to bronchitis or pneumonia because of drip-page from the eye into the nasal passages and down the throat.

Deficiency of vitamin A, vitamin B6 or riboflavin may cause pink eye symptoms. The diet should be adequate in these nutrients to help prevent the condition. Certain forms of pink eye are the result of calcium deficiency. In addition, meals should include those foods that inhibit inflammation.

Typical symptoms: reddened eyes and sticky eyelids in the morning due to increased secretion/swelling of the eyelid, which will appear partially closed (pseudoptosis). Foreign- body sensation, a sensation of pressure, and burning sensation usually present. Intense itching suggests an allergic reaction. Photophobia and lachrymation may be present.

Lymphocytes are predominant in stained smears of conjunctival scrapings if conjunctivitis is caused by a virus. Polymorphonuclear cells (neutrophils) predominate if conjunctivitis is due to bacteria; eosinophils, if it is allergy related. Culture and sensitivity tests indentify the causative bacterial organisms and indicate appropriate antibiotic therapy.

May be contagious for several weeks after onset/treatment should prevent transmission.

To prevent conjunctivitis from occurring or recurring, teach your patient to practice good hygiene. Encourage the following prevention tips.

Practice good hygiene

Use cosmetic carefully/don’t share them/replace eye cosmetic regularly.

Keep contact lenses clean

Avoid contact with contagious people

Acon.: Conjunctivitis caused by a foreign body in the eye. Sulphur is indicated in conjunctivitis from irritation of foreign bodies when Aconite fails. Inflammatory affections of the eyes from exposure to dry cold winds.

Heat and burning in the eye; eye feels as if full of sand, SENsitive. The pains are so intense that the patient wishes to die; he declares that he cannot stand them. < affected part oved or touched.

From cold, injury, dust, surgical operations; scrofulous inflammation with enlarged glands. Symptoms sudden, acute with red eyes and swollen eyelids. Eyes dry and hot and there is a feeling of sand in them. The victim is restless and anxious and feels he is going to die. Unquenchable thirst for cold water.

Alum-sil.: Pain in the eyes; burning in the evening as from smoke, Inflammation in the open air with itching, Burning in the lids and in the canthi, Pain in the eyes as from sand

Apis.: Swelling of the lids with stinging, shooting pain and photophobia

Arg-n.: Severe conjunctivitis, the inner corners looking especially red. Profuse, pus-like discharge from the eyes. Tired, aching feeling in the eyes which lessens on tightly closing the lids or applying cold compresses. A craving for sweets and an apprehensive nature causing diarrhoea.

Profuse, purulent discharge; cornea opaque, lids sore, thick, swollen and uncreated; agglutinated in morning. The canthi are red as blood. Mucus obstructs the vision unless frequently wiped off. Catarrhal, ulcerative; opacities of cornea. > cold application

[Dr. M.L. Tyler]

Bac.: almost specific for ulceration of cornea in children.

Bell.: head remedy for pink eye, when eyes are blood-shot and very red. Much inflamed and painful. Sudden and severe conjunctivitis. Eyes and face appear red. Throbbing pain and burning in the eyes and the pupils are abnormally large or dilated.

Dulc.: colds that settle in the eyes, from dampness, cold, checked eruptions, < being chilled while hot, sudden change in temperature.

Euphr.: Acute conjunctivitis with redness and itching of the eyes. Tears flow out constantly, are acrid, causing burning of the eyes + nose waters and is bland or non-burning. Warm applications to the eyes < the problem.

Hep.: has remarkable action over pink eye symptoms specially when there is Inflammation of the eyes with offensive thick, purulent discharge. Ulcers of the cornea with bloody, offensive discharge

Kreos.: Inflamed and red eyes bleed easily.

Rhus-t.: Thick purulent discharge. Profuse hot lachrymation, Restless, < about midnight

 

Chel.: [trockenen, müden Augen (+ Ruta) in Chelidonium comp. wa/regt natürliche Tränenproduktion an/belebt überanstrengte Augen]

Chrysolith comp. w bei Degeneration der Netzhaut/überanstrengte Augen/Lichtempfindlichkeit; mit Chrysolith-Salbe Augenumgebung einreiben + Verreibung einnehmen.

Dioptas-Augentropfen: w Behandlung von müden und gereizten Augen; Migräne mit Sehstörungen und Augenmuskelkrämpfen (Kupfer entkrampft).

Euphr.: = Arn. der Augen (wa Euphrasia Augentropfen/brennende, gerötete Augen)

“Pink eye (conjunctivitis)”: Bathe exterior of eye with Hydr. 30 (2 pillules dissolved in 20 mls of boiled, cooled water).

[Prof Dr S S Rahman]

1. Blindness due to nervous weakness; Santin.

2. Capillary Haemangioma in Lateral Orbit Area: Fl-ac.

3. Haemorrhage in both left and right eyes: Crot-h.

4. Congenital Cataract in both eyes: Bar-c.

5. Glaucoma in early stage.: Gels.

Stann-sil. adjuvante Therapie des Glaukoms

[Dr. John L. Moffat

Cinnb.: blepharitis, conjunctivitis, keratitis, iritis, scleritis and severe ulceration of the cornea, if + the characteristic pain through the brow to ear or temple. Pain from inner to outer corner of the eye in the bone around the edge of orbit.

Thuj.: scleritis, episcleritis, sclerochoroiditis anterioris and commencing sclera staphloma.

Sil.: ciliary neuralgia with darting pains through the eyes and head upon exposure to any draft of air, or just before a storm.

Seneg.: valuable for absorption of lens fragments after cataract operation or injuries.

Onos.: muscular asthenopia, and headache from eyestrain.

Cataract:

Cine.:

[Dr. John L. Moffat]

Lach.: absorbing intraocular haemorrhages (anterior chamber/vitreous/retina/choroid). Sleeps into aggravation. < l. side/tight clothing (around the neck)/heat/light touch.

Crot-h.: intraocular hemorrhages into the vitreous, but particularly non-inflammatory retinal hemorrhages.

Vision Tips

Accomodation weak: Arg-n. Bell. Caust. Dub. Jab. Nat-m.

Letters appear pale: Sil.

Objects appear crooked: Bell.

Objects covered with rainbow colors: Bry.

Serpent-like bodies and gray spots: Arg-n.

Objects appear to approach and recede alternately: Cic.

 [Dr. M.L. Tyler]

We have found Bacillinum almost specific for ulceration of cornea in children.

[Drs. Allen and Norton]

Several cases of cataract have been arrested in their progress by Causticum and the sight even improved, before they were rapidly going on to complete blindness.

[E.A. Farrrington]

Rhus-t. Orbital Cellulitis (= Acute infection of tissues surrounding the eye: eyelids, eyebrow, cheek)/be given in cases in which the symptoms indicate no other remedy.

Merc-c.: Syphilitic Iritis/if the symptoms of the case do not point to some other drug as the remedy, you should give it in this disease. 

[John H.Clarke]

Detachment of the Retina

Recent: 1) Apis 6c every 2 - 4 hours

 2) Gelsemium, every 2 - 4 hours. Afterwards, Aur-m. 3x, every 2 hours.

[C.E. Fisher]

Calc-s.: = Hep-ähnlich and more intensely and deeply/often useful after Hep. has ceased to act. For inflammations and suppurations; for effects of blows, etc. For the eye, after an injury

by a splinter, like Acon. Sil. and Symph. For otitis, after a blow on the ear. The pus discharged is thick yellow, as is also the nasal discharge.

Watering of the eyes:

The commonest causes may be roughly classified as follows:

1. Local causes: The commonest of them are the diseases affecting the epithelial coating of the surface of the eyeball and the lids known as conjunctiva, the nature of which may be -

 a. Bacterial infection in its early stages.

 b. Irritation by foreign bodies falling on it incl. dust/insects/coal particles/wooden and metallic particles, etc.

 c. Exposure to smokes, fumes of acids and alkalies and other forms of gaseous emanations.

 d. Glare from light falling directly or lights reflected from snow, glaciers, etc.     

2. Reflex or referred causes: The sensory nerve supply of the eye is from ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve, whose branches besides the eye, also supply the teeth of both upper and lower

            jaw by its maxillary and mandibular division. It also supplies branches to the supraorbital region, face and nose. Thus any trouble involving any one of these branches reflexly causes irritation

            and as a consequence watering of the eyes. The trochlear nerve supplying the lachrymal glands if stimulated reflexly by any psychic conditions such as extreme sorrow or extreme joy, etc.

            All diseases of the cornea, iris, retina and optic nerve cause reflex irritation and watering of the eyes.

3. Refractive causes: Ordinarily the power of the ciliary muscles involved in accommodation to see objects at different distances are available without producing any ocular symptoms, but in any

abnormal conditions of refractive errors such as:

 a. Hypermetropia (commonly known as long sightedness);

 b. Astigmatism - defect in the curvature of the curved surfaces of the eye, being different in different meridians;

 c. Anisometropia - where the amount of refractive errors are different in two eyes;

 d. Presbyopia - here the lens in the eyes fail to undergo the required amount of changes necessary to see near object comfortably by the accommodative power exerted by the

             ciliary muscles, generally known as changes due to old age coming roughly at about 40 amongst Indians.

4. Secondary to diseases of the nose and the bony air sinuses around the orbital cavities. As most of the eye specialists in this country and also of Great Britain whom we generally follow make

 special study of the diseases of the eye alone, they very often overlook this aspect of the watering of the eyes and fail to give relief to their patients by the usual eye drops. The Americans

who are the most practical nation in the world have realised its importance long ago and in America the specialists always combine ophthalmic knowledge with the specialised knowledge of

the diseases of the ear, nose and throat.

Any disease of the nasal air passages either affecting its mucus lining or growths such as nasal polypus and fibroids, etc. can obstruct the naso-lachrymal ducts, thus the free flow of the lachrymal secretion to the normal route to the nose is obstructed causing epiphora (overflow of the tear on the face) and also the infection finds its way upwards from the nose to the eyes causing lachrymation.

Aphrodite. hat Adonis Blut. in Adonisröschen verwandelt, als der eifersüchtige Ares (o. römische Entsprechung Mars) im Gestalt eines wütenden Ebers.  ihn tötete. Aus jedem Blutstropfen wuchs eine Anemone (Adonisröschen), aus jeder von Aphrodites Träne. eine weiße Rose. blüht im Frühjahr.

Apis. Egypt: bees grew from the tears of the sun god Ra when they landed on the desert sand.

Helxine soleirolii = Bubiköpfchen/= Baby Tears Rosales.

Pap-r.: Entstanden aus den Tränen der Aphrodite wegen Adonis Tod.

Suc-ac.: = Bernsteinsäure/= geronnenen Tränen/= geronnenen Sonnestrahlen

Avalokiteswara = Boddisvatta des Universellen Mitgefühles (Sanskrit: Karuna) war sehr berührt und aus diese Tränen entstand Grüne. Tara

Apachentränen = Obsidiankügelchen

Krokodillentränen entstehen bei Nahrungsaufnahme   

Lava Kilauea. = Peles Haar oder Peles Tränen

Marb-w.: w Tränen der Sternewegen/Liebeskummer einer Hirtin

Myrrha.: Tränen des Falkengottes Horus.  

Olib-sac.: = Weihrauch/= Frankincense/Harz heißt Olibanum/= Schweiß der Götter/= Tränen der Götter

Perle. = Tränen der vollkommene Sexualität

Pop-?. Heliaden wurden aus Strafe dafür o. aus Mitleid, da sie den Tod ihres Bruders untröstlich beweinten, in Pappeln verwandelt/aus die Tränen entstand Bernstein., denn selbst als Bäume schwitzten sie noch goldene Tränen aus.

Puls.: entstanden aus Tränen der Venus

Ruta.: = Weinraute/= Rue/= bitterwort/= dogtooth daisy/= Tränen der Helena

Styrax benzoin. + tonkinensis = Balsam/= „Mond.tränen“

Tetradinis articulate = Sandarak/= marokkanische Tränen/= Thuj-ähnlich Tracheobiontha. Räucherwaren.

Tränengas. enthält Cl.

Tul.: = Tränen

Valer.: = Baldrianwurzel/= Therialkraut/= Mondwurz/= Elfenkraut/= Tagara (I)/= Guerit tout/= Augenwurz/= Hexenkraut

Verb.: = Tränen der Isis, gebraucht bei (religiöse) Feier

Vigna unguiculata = black-eyed pea/= Cowpea Fabales.x

 

Vergleich:

Überanstrengung Augen: Ruta. + Nat-m. + Seneg.

Siehe: Trauergruppe + Tränen + Eyes Anhang Repertory + Organen

 

Allerlei: Auge = Symbol Freimaurer.

 

“Schöne Augen machen”

“Auge um Auge“ macht beiden blind (frei nach Ghandi)

„Der Splitter im anderer Augen sehen und der Balken im eigenem Auge nicht wahrnehmen“

„when the devil is blind“ = Unmöglich

Medusa versteinerte mit ihrem Blick

Vorwort/Suchen                                Zeichen/Abkürzungen                                 Impressum