Lycopodium vs AconiteI have been using homeopathy for 20 years under treatment of professionals, and on my own. In 2003 a homeopath recommended Lyc LM1 to start, as constitutional. I had tried it and did not follow up, and he moved away. Meanwhile various other professionals have given me remedies. Last year I took an online homeopathic survey of many questions which revealed Lyc is my remedy. I remembered the LM I had and tried it. It helped many things, one in particular is a parasomnia (I sleep walk and eat in my sleep.) this disappeared from the remedy, along with some gas and digestive disturbance, and helped my mood. After a month I stopped, and the symptoms returned so I resumed. I have experimented enough to know it is unmistakable this remedy cures, but I must continue. (I am very sensitive to high potencies, so LM is best for me.) In the meantime if I visit a naturopath for other things as nutrition, they also do homeopathy, I tell them I am Lyc, they tell me I am something else and tell me to switch. When I get off Lyc and try something else, I am much worse. Why won't anyone believe Lyc works for me? So, I would still like to have a professional homeopath, so that I can be monitored on dosing, as how often, or when to progress to LM3 (I went to LM2 on my own when LM1 stopped working) and to monitor if I change to another constitution. But no one will accept that Lycopodium works. I am currently told I am Aconite constitution. Please advise.
taz55 on 2011-02-26
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