LYCOPODIUM

Lycopodium

Lycopodium patient is another cross one, hateful, cranky, stubborn and averse to the doctor. He is specially irritable on first awaking, and nearly always shows some sort of automatic act somewhere.

It may at first be only a faint but regular motion of thealae nasi, which will soon become more distinct, or some other rhythmic act will appear as the sickness advances. You older men know how often this will be present in certain forms of tubercular meningitis, and how then Lycopodium makes a glorious record and cures the case; but you must not be afraid of repeating even a very high potency every time the improvement slackens.

As most of you know, this symptom also points to either Phosphorus or Lycopodiumin pneumonia. Here the two remedies compete sharply for the preference.

Reference: C. M. Boger

  • Sazid Khan

    the child is clever and hungry

  • Geeta Dash

    Can it be helpful for gas and loose motion

  • Geeta Dash

    Is it for IBS

  • Hijab Aziz Pasha

    Which Medicine i should use my hair are getting white fastly

  • Bharat Bhushan Sharma

    Lyco patient is thin lack of vital heat and whthered.it is best remedy for impotency /kidney affections /failures of digestive power

  • Farah Shah

    Lypodium is best medical for kindle stone

  • Shahab Gul

    Plz faec wart remedes

  • Maxine Smith

    Catherine Brook this might help Miss Vietnam

  • Vydyanath Subramaniam

    Sickly Lycopodium babies cry all day,sleep at night,reverse of Jalapa.Emaciated,prematurely old looking and sleeping with eyes half open.The children often cry before urination.

  • Christine Solosky

    Averse to the doctor? Really.

  • Saajan Preet

    Timid outside or at school
    And
    Bossy at home .U0001f600

  • Krystal Crawford

    I am one! 🙂 🙂

  • Abdul Rab Fakhir

    Zaheen aur jigar ki bimariyon me mubtala bachon ki
    Behtareen Dva he,,,

  • Neelima Bhatt

    Chilď look like a prematurely old man with constioation associatedwith malnutition . Child full of gass passing flatus relieves