R78 – Conjunctivitis, Cataracts


50ml Drops

Conjunctivitis, cataracts – oral


Conjunctivitis, cataracts – oral


Chronic conjunctivitis, catarrhal conjunctivitis; blepharitis, hordeolum; opacity of the vitreum, cataracts; diplopia.

Mode of action

Aconitum: Conjunctivitis after exposure to cold, dry environment; inflammation with copious, thin discharge; photophobia. Acute remedy for wounds and foreign bodies in the eyes; simple eyestrain.

Apis: Stabbing, burning pains in the eyes; swelling around the eyes; conjunctival swelling, ameliorated by cold applications; inflammation of the eyes.

Belladonna: Conjunctivitis; conjunctival infection; blepharitis, exophthalmos (right sided).

Euphorbia cyparissias: Irritation of the mucous membranes causing intense prickling and burning sensations.

Euphorbium: Violent irritation of the mucous membranes, causing catarrh of the eye; catarrhal conjunctivitis.

Euphrasia: Eyestrain, photophobia; conjunctivitis, eyes are burning, irritated, increased lacrimation with copious, thin discharge; blepharitis, ciliaris; corneal ulcers.

Hamamelis: Vitreous haemorrhage; eyestrain; contusions about the eye.

Kalium carbonicum: Swelling of the upper or lower eyelids; ptosis; conjunctival oedema especially if caused by allergies.

Mercurius bijodatus: Blepharitis with chronic granulations, ciliaris, iritis; left-sided neuralgia.

Rhus toxicodendron: Conjunctivitis with swelling of the eyelids and muco-purulent discharge.

Ruta: Diplopia caused by eyestrain; general stiffness around the eyes caused by and worse from exerting the eyes.

Scrophularia nodosa: Tubercular eye conditions.

Spigelia anthelmia: Catarrhal conjunctivitis; glaucoma, iritis; left ciliary neuralgia; stabbing pains in the eye; spasm of the eyelid.

Staphysagria: Hordeolum, chalazion; styes or tumors on the eyelids; laceration or incisions to the eyes; twitching of the eyelids.

Sulfur: Conjunctivitis with the sensation of sand or grit in the eyes; blepharitis, styes; redness, burning, and irritation of the lid margins.

DIN-HM: 80016013

Additional information

Weight 0.120 kg
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 10 cm


Medicinal ingredients

Aconitum D4 0.75 g, Apis D4 0.75 g, Belladonna D4 0.75 g, Euphorbia cyparissias D4 0.7 g, Euphorbium D4 0.05 g, Euphrasia D4 0.7 g, Hamamelis D4 0.75 g, Kalium carbonicum D4 0.7 g, Mercurius bijodatus D5 0.7 g, Rhus toxicodendron D4 0.7g, Ruta D4 0.75 g, Scrophularia nodosa D4 1 g, Spigelia anthelmia D4 0.7 g, Staphysagria D4 0.7g, Sulfur D4 0.3 g.

Non-medicinal ingredients: ethanol, purified water.

Suggested Use


Adults 5 drops 2-3 times daily; acute cases: 6 times in a little water or undiluted or as directed by a health care practitioner.


  • If hypersensitivity to poison sumac.
  • Consult a health care practitioner before use in thyroid conditions.

Known adverse reactions

  • In very rare cases, gastrointestinal complaints or skin reactions may occur after use, in which case the product should be discontinued.
  • In rare cases, hypersalivation may occur after use, in which case the product should be discontinued.

Remedies to be considered

  • Local inflammations of an acute or chronic, catarrhal or purulent nature: R1 additionally, BC-10
  • Mucosal inflammation of the eyes: R183, R105 Cineraria maritime

Clinical experience

  • R62 is also indicated in cases of conjunctivitis.
  • Cataracts, for the initial stages only.
  • Dilute R94 1:10 with water to cleanse the eyes, 2-3 times daily.
  • Tired eyes, eye strain, and glaucoma. Acutely, 5-10 drops 6 times daily.
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