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Action of Lycopodium

My symptoms matched very accurately the remedy pic of Lyc , many on mental level, so I took one single dose of 1M this morning, but I'm not sure what i was expecting as no dramatic changes and am sure I was good match for the Lyc. So, I know it not poss to generalise as everyone's different , but does this remedy act in a certain way over long period of time then ? In this potency I was expecting more instantaneous response as am used in past. Am still feeling quite gassy and bloated and etc etc ..

Any comment appreciated.
 
  carlotta on 2006-05-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
match may be only partially homoeopathic to case symptology...if seeking just treat gassy aspect --and mentals/generals confirm at least in part then 30c or 200c single dose---

if is most homoeopathic to case in total--then just wait--no other dosing...be patient...as long as remedy is o quality.then there will be response...


just wait 2-3-4 days and note what occurs--keep diary of all changes and whether new (never experienced in life before at all) or old symptoms...this will help access and prepare for redosing or next remedy...

maybe that help ?ok?
 
John Stanton last decade
Thanks for response John. Another thing i forgot to mention was that (forgive if silly ques) but took remedy in midst of heavy cold, which is now on wane ... Would this impact on the efficiacy of the Lyc ?
 
carlotta last decade
yes -it would-- have different response whenin midst of an acute condition--when using chronic remedy based on smptoms which existed prior to acute ill...just wait it out---the effect will show once acute ill pass--and as long as not using anything else remotly medicinal--on skin or internally---with lycopodium bets cut down on sweets--if not stop all together..wont antidote--but maygive aggation to certain symptoms--based upon your predisposition...

so best wait 1 -2 days after acute il ceases--re-look over symptoms --if still feel lyc is the remedy---then 1 pellet in 4 oz water--stir heavy --teaspoo dose in evening before bed..no eating at least 1 hour before..discard solution .dont repeat at all--til access --will see respose 2-3 days after taking if none then need look deeper into case....if further questions email me if i dont respond right away...
 
John Stanton last decade
p.s.

only redose lyc--if appears no effect has occurred from first dose lyc 1M----and if do repeat lyc (as mentioned after acute ill ceases) then use lyc 200c---same method preparation mentioned...ok?
 
John Stanton last decade
ok thanks John, that's good to know. i had continued with Berberis Aq. 1x after dosing with the lyc 1M (i had this in tincture form) so all things considered i may have messed up my case . hmmm.
will have to wait and see..

Will cut any other homeopathics out and will wait as per your advice and report back ...

But , in event of no effect fr 1st dose, would do any harm to use 1M another time once this acute has passed completely , via water method , or must be 200c ?
 
carlotta last decade
doesnt have to be 200c --but prefer this --even 30c and then gives room to go up in potency if need be---30c -200c good place start when dosing--

if i dont answer back here --just email me---if need further help..
 
John Stanton last decade

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