(Euphrasia officinalis)

Patient type Red, watery, irritated eyes, frequent sneezing, and a mild, clear nasal discharge suggests a need for this remedy. The person may cough from irritation and from phlegm collecting in the throat. Symptoms can be worse at night, and the person tends to feel better from eating and lying down.

Symptoms are often worse in the daytime and worse from warmth, and the eyes may hurt from too much light.

Patient is better for being in dim light or darkness, cold applications, being in the open air.

Patient is worse for being in sunlight or bright light, in the wind, in bed, warm rooms, when indoors.

Mainly used for:

  • Catarrh
  • Common cold
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Hay fever
  • Measles

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