Ear, Nose, Throat & Chest

Eye Bright

Indications

This is a homoeopathic medicine for the treatment of:

• eyestrain
• sensitivity to light
• watery eyes

 

Composition

Homoeopathic complementary medicine
Each 1ml of liquid contains:

Argentum nitricum D6
Arsenicum iodatum D10
Euphrasia officinalis (Eyebright) Spag D4
Hydrastis canadensis Spag D4
Mercurius corrosivus D12
Natrium muriaticum D6
Physostigma venenosum D6
Pulsatilla vulgaris Spag D3
Senecio cineraria (Cineraria) Spag D3
Sulphur D30
Preservative: 20% Alcohol

 

Homoeophatic Mode of Action

Argentum nitricum has an anti-inflammatory and healing effect on the mucous membrane and other tissues of the eye. It relieves swollen red rims of the eyes, blurred vision, eye strain, swelling of the conjunctiva and photophobia. It also helps restore tone to weakened ciliary muscles.

Arsenicum iodatum resolves irritating, corrosive discharges from the membranes of the eyes.

Senecio cineraria is effective in treating optic disturbances following injury.

Euphrasia officinalis relieves excessive and persistent lachrymation, mucus discharges from the eye, burning and swelling of the eyelids and frequent blinking.

Hydrastis canadensis acts on the mucous membranes of the eyes to treat thick yellow discharges.

Mercurius corrosivus acts on the eyes to relieve burning, shooting, tearing pain behind the eyeballs, excessive photophobia, acrid lachrymation and red swollen eyelids.

Natrium muriaticum relieves bruised feeling of the eyes with headache, the sensation that letters run together, seeing sparks around objects, burning ocular pain, mucopurulent discharge and acrid lachrymation.

Physostigma venenosum has an antispasmodic effect on ciliary muscles to relieve twitching of ocular muscles and photophobia.

Pulsatilla vulgaris acts on the mucous membranes of the eyes to relieve thick, profuse, yellow discharges that cause the lids to be inflamed and agglutinate. It also treats styes and conjunctivitis.

Sulphur is indicated for burning ulceration of the eyelids, seeing a halo around lamp light and in the first stage of corneal ulceration.

 

Warnings

This medicine is for oral use only - this is not an eye drop.

 

Dosage and Directions

10 drops directly on the tongue or diluted with a little water 3 times daily. Reduce dosage with improvement of symptoms.

 

Availability
 

Natura natural remedies are available from the following stores