Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopodium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Tension round hypochondria, as from the pressure of a hoop.
Pressure and tension in liver; esp. on satisfying one's appetite.
Cramp-like pain in diaphragm, and contusive pain in liver, on stooping.
Pain when walking in upper part of r. hypochondrium, as if the suspensor ligament of the liver would tear.
Pressive pain in r. hypochondrium, at times took away the breath, became a sticking.
Pain in liver as from a blow, agg. by touch.
Violent gall-stone colic.
Sharp pain in dorsal hepatic region, in r. shoulder and arm.
Liver region sensitive.
Griping; and rumbling in splenic flexure.
Inflammation and induration of the liver.
Aching pains in abdomen.
Fulness and distension of stomach and abdomen.
Weight in the abdomen.
Sensation of something heavy lying on l. side of abdomen.
Brown spots on abdomen.
Hardness in the abdomen.
Dropsical swelling of the abdomen.
Contractive cramp-like pains in the abdomen, which is distended.
Tearing, drawing, tension, and pinching in abdomen and sides of abdomen.
Clawing in hypogastrium, with suspended respiration.
Cutting pains, esp. above the navel.
Pain above the navel, on touching the part.
Burning pain in the abdomen.
Hernia on the r. side.
Tearing shootings, pulsation, and pressure in the inguinal ring, as if hernia were on the point of protruding.
Cramp-like pains in abdominal muscles, esp. at night.
Sometimes much rumbling of wind in l. hypochondriac region.
Dyspepsia with loud croaking in the abdomen.
Affections of the inner lower belly.
Full, distended abdomen with cold feet.
Gurgling and borborygmi in abdomen, esp. on l. side.
Loss of appetite.
Absence of thirst, or burning thirst.
Loss of appetite, sometimes with the first mouthful.
Craving for sweet things.
Sourness and diarrhoea after taking milk.
Immediately after a (light) meal the abdomen is bloated, full, distended.
Has a great appetite, but a small quantity of food fills him up and he feels bloated.
Sour regurgitation of food, esp. of milk.
Pyrosis, esp. after a meal.
Violent hiccough by fits, esp. after a meal.
Vomiting of food and bile, esp. at night, or when fasting in the morning.
Vomiting after a meal with salivation; during menses.
Aching in stomach, in evening, and after every meal, sometimes with a bitter taste in mouth.
The pains in the stomach manifest themselves principally in morning; in open air; after a meal; or after drinking wine; they are sometimes amel. in evening, and are often accompanied by cramps in chest and difficulty of respiration.
Sourness in mouth, esp. in morning, or sour taste of food.
Aversion to cooked or warm food; rye-bread; meat; coffee; tobacco smoke.
Inability to digest heavy food.
After a meal hepatic pains, oppression and fulness in chest and abdomen, nausea, heat in head, redness of face, pulsation and trembling over whole body, hands hot, palpitation of heart, colic, &c.
Imperfect expulsion of flatus.
The flatulence cannot pass and causes much pain.
Great deal of noisy flatulence in the abdomen, or particularly in the r. hypochondriac region; there seems to be a constant fermentation in the abdomen, which produces a loud croaking sound.
Nausea when in a room, which disappears in open air, and vice versâ.
Frequent continued nausea, esp. in morning, with bitter taste in mouth.
Nausea, caused by the motion of a carriage.
Sensation of nausea in stomach in morning.
Mouth clammy or bitter, esp. in morning, often with nausea.
Nausea in pharynx and stomach.
Nausea in morning and when riding in a carriage.
Vomiting of bitter, greenish matter.
Vomiting of blood.
Vomiting between the chill and heat in intermittent fever.
Violent risings in afternoon.
Incomplete eructations, burning, rising only into pharynx, where they cause burning.
Sour eructations, the taste of which does not remain in mouth, but the acid gnaws in the stomach.
Burning, sour, greasy or bitter risings.
Water-brash, sometimes every second day, with flow of bitter water.
Gnawing, griping sensation in region of the stomach.
Pains in stomach, with shivering and deadness of the hands after a slight chill.
Periodical pains in stomach, amel. by heat of bed.
Compressive or contractive pains in stomach.
Swelling of epigastrium with painful sensibility to the touch.
The clothes round the stomach cause uneasiness.
Stitches in l. side of pit of stomach, apparently externally.
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