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Lycopodium Clavatum - Back And Neck symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Lycopodium Clavatum: Digestion
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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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Violent itching on the back, toward the neck.

Turgidity of the cervical muscles.

Stiffness of the neck, with obscuration in the head (aft. 5 d.).

Tensive pressure, behind and on both sides of the neck.

Drawing pain in the cervical muscles on the left side.

Drawing, squeezing pinching, extending up on both sides of the neck.

Twitching pain, extending up the cervical muscles on the right side.

Drawing pain in the external cervical muscles, extending into the top of the shoulder and into the elbow.

Tearing through the right side of the neck, extending down from the face into the arm and even into the fingers.

A sort of paralysis of the cervical muscles, the head sank down forwards more and more, as if it would fall off, with sensation of vertigo, for six hours, but without any inclination to lie down.

Involuntary alternate stretching and shortening of the cervical muscles.

The glands externally and internally on the neck are swollen.

Hard swelling of the glands on both sides of the neck.

Shooting pain in the cervical glands even to the ears, while swallowing.

Swelling of the cervical glands.

Large knots of red pimples around the neck, with severe itching (aft. 28 d.).

On the top of the left shoulder, a sharp pressure on a small spot, posteriorly close to the neck.

Tearing in the top of the right shoulder, beginning from the neck; only in the evening, after lying down and at night.

Severe tearing in the shoulder-joint, from the neck down, by day, in perfect rest, and at night, when lying down, so that she cannot go to sleep; it may be relieved, however, by lying on the side affected; it becomes worse by day, if she gets cold in this part, and goes off by motion, even by merely sewing and knitting.


Pain in the sacrum, so violent that it drew the chest together, with pressure on the stomach and constriction of the abdomen (aft. 3 d.).

Pain in the sacrum when lying on it, with great lassitude (3d d.).

Pain in the sacrum, extending into the feet.

Severe pain in the sacrum; he cannot straighten up while sitting, but must bend forward (aft. 5 d.).

Stiffness in the sacrum.

Pressive pain in the sacrum (aft. 4 d.).

Drawing pain in the sacrum, for seventeen days.

Tearing in the sacrum, transversely, while sitting up straight.

Stitches in the sacrum.

Clucking, somewhat to the left, upward from the sacrum.

Pain, as if the flesh about the lower part of the sacrum was detached.

Chilliness in the sacrum.

Thick swelling in the lumbar muscle, very painful when the body is moved (relieved by Silicea Silicea).

Back and sacrum stiff and cannot be bent, after some exertion in riding, walking and stooping; he can raise himself afterward only slowly and with much difficulty.

Stiffness from the scapulae down the back.

Curvature of the spine, in a child of two years, lasting several weeks.

Now it is the scapulae which are forced together backward, then again the muscles of the chest are pressed together forward.

Pain in the back, drawing toward the shoulders and the sacrum.

Pressure in the back, below the scapulae (5th d.).

Pressure in the left renal region.

Pressure in the right renal region.

Pressure in the back, above both of the hips.

Pressive tension in the left scapula as from a drawing plaster.

Rheumatic tension in the back and in the right side of the chest, stronger on inspiration.

Pinching in the back.

Pinching and pressive pains on the right side of the back.

Drawing pain in the back, for several hours (4th d.).

Drawing pain in the back, when sitting.

Drawing in the back, between the scapulae (aft. 11 d.).

Drawing between the scapulae, in the evening.

Drawing in and beside the right scapula, in the evening (aft. 10 d.).

Rheumatic pain in the left scapula, so that he could not bring his arm to his head.

Tearing beside the spine, beside the scapulae.

Tearing on the right side, beside the spine.

Tearing in the right renal region.

Shooting in the back, toward the sacrum, when sitting.

Stitches in the left renal region.

Lancinating pain in the back, extending to the right scapula.

Stitches between the scapulae.

Fine stitches in the middle of the back.

Repeated stitches in the back, above the right renal region.

Stitches in the left side of the back, when breathing.

Spasmodic stitches in paroxysms, in the middle of the back, which render motion impossible for some minutes.

Pain as from dislocation in the left side of the back, extending to the left hypochondrium.

Clucking below the left scapula.

Constant throbbing in the back.

Chill in the back, for several days.

Burning as from red hot coals, between the scapulae.

Burning in the skin below the top of the left shoulder.

First, a pressure, then burning in the right scapula.

Burning in the back.

Itching on the back (aft. 3 d.).

Violent itching on the back, in the evening (aft. 15 d.).

Itching on the upper part of the back, with eruption (aft. 37 d.).

Large pimples between the scapulae and in the nape, with burning sensation.

Pain in the nape, on bending back the head.

In the nape, when stooping, sensation as if it was too short.

Stiffness of the nape.

Painful stiffness of the nape, on the left side.

Involuntary nodding of the head, first slowly then quicker and quicker.

Involuntary nodding of the head, now to the left then to the right.

Involuntary shaking of the head, so that he gets giddy.

Involuntary stretching of the head, now forward, then backward.

The glands become more and more swollen and hard, owing to cold feet.

Throbbing and twitching in the goitre (aft. sever. h.).

Swelling of the axillary glands.

In the left axilla, a large furuncle.

Rheumatic tension in the right shoulder-joint.

Tearing in the joints of the shoulders and of the elbows, at rest, not in motion.

Shooting in the top of the shoulder and tearing in the arm (aft. 27 d.).

Shooting in the top of the shoulder and in the left fore-arm (aft. 8 d.).

Paralytic pain in the shoulder-joint, so that he could not lift the arm up high.

Bruised pain of the right shoulder-joint, scapula and upper arm.

Involuntary twitching, now of the one shoulder, then of the other.

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