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General use. Lycopodium is prescribed by homeopaths for both acute and chronic ailments such as earaches, sore throats, digestive disorders, urinary tract difficulties, hepatitis , prostatitis, and eye conditions. The remedy acts on soft tissues, blood vessels, bones, joints, and the liver and heart.

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It has scientific name “Lycopodium clavatum” is a perennial evergreen plant that grows in pastures, woodlands, heaths, and moors of Great Britain, Northern Europe, and North America. It belongs to the Lycopodiaceae family and is related to mosses and ferns. It is often called club moss. The pale yellow pollen collected from the spores is used to make the homeopathic remedy called lycopodium. The pollen is odorless, water resistant, and highly inflammable.

Early physicians used the plant to stimulate the appetite and to promote urination and the excretion of other body fluids. It was also used in the treatment of flatulence, rheumatism, gout, lung ailments, and diseases of children and young girls. Externally, the pollen was a treatment for wounds and diseases of the skin such as eczema. The whole plant was used to heal kidney ailments.

It is used for both acute and chronic ailments such as earaches, sore throats, digestive disorders, urinary tract difficulties, hepatitis, prostatitis, and an eye condition. It also acts on soft tissues, blood vessels, bones, joints, and the liver and heart.

It is recommended in the treatment of back pain, bedwetting, fevers, food poisoning, mouth ulcers, mumps, cold, muscle cramps, constipation, coughs, cystitis, gas, sciatica, gout, skin conditions, and joint pain.

Persons who need lycopodium generally have a craving for sweets, desire warm drinks, have little thirst, and desire fresh air. They are frequently constipated and suffer from hemorrhoids.

Specific Indications

Physical indications are hunger with sudden fullness, urine with a red sandy color, gas fatigue, numbness of finger or toes, and a trembling of the limbs. Periodic headaches occur as a result of digestive disturbances. If lycopodium patients miss a meal they may get a headache, which is relieved upon eating.

The typical lycopodium patient has pale, sickly face that is often covered with skin eruptions.

If symptoms do not improve after the recommended time period, a homeopath or health care practitioner should be consulted. The recommended dose of lycopodium should not be exceeded.

It has no side effects, but individual aggravations may occur.

When taking any homeopathic remedy, it is advised to avoid peppermint products, coffee, or alcohol. These products may cause the remedy to be ineffective. It is incompatible with the remedy coffea. These remedies should not be taken simultaneously.

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We have assumed that you have consulted a physician before purchasing this medicine and are not self-medicating. Homoeopathic medicines have several uses and are prescribed on the basis of symptom similarity.

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Lycopodium

Lycopodium

General use. Lycopodium is prescribed by homeopaths for both acute and chronic ailments such as earaches, sore throats, digestive disorders, urinary tract difficulties, hepatitis , prostatitis, and eye conditions. The remedy acts on soft tissues, blood vessels, bones, joints, and the liver and heart.

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