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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Continued oppression of the chest, agg. by walking in open air.
Pain as if from a bruise in the chest.
Constant pressure in the chest (it feels raw internally).
Weight in the chest.
Tension in anterior part of chest.
Pain as from excoriation in the chest, esp. after speaking.
Stitches in the l. side of chest, also during an inspiration.
Hepatisation of the lungs.
Paralysis of the lungs.
Itching on the chest.
Stitches in the side, alternately with toothache and pains in the limbs.
Painful eruption and maculae hepaticae on the chest.
Palpitation of the heart, esp. during digestion, or in bed in evening, sometimes attended with anxiety and trembling.
Accelerated pulse, with cold face and feet.
Palpitation of the heart with flapping of the wings of the nose; enlargement of the heart; hypertrophy in general.
Cramp and constriction, dyspnoea, stitches beneath short ribs, extending to small of back and shoulders; sharp pains shooting into heart, sensation of stoppage of circulation at night, with fright and then sweat, pulse quick and unsteady (angina pectoris).
Dyspnoea, cyanosis, hasty eating and drinking (heart disease).
Heart sounds heard loudly on lying down at night, keeping patient awake.
Beating of temporal arteries and carotids.
Pulse only accelerated in the evening and afternoon.
Short respiration during almost every effort, also in children, esp. during sleep.
Rattling of mucus and stertorous respiration.
When breathing, twitching and shooting in chest and sides of chest.
Lancinations in the chest, esp. on l. side, and principally when sneezing or coughing, on laughing, or on the slightest movement, sometimes with inability to remain lying on affected side, and difficult respiration.
Crawling scraping in trachea, at night.
Hoarseness, with roughness, and pain as from excoriation in chest, after speaking.
(Voice feeble and husky.).
Whizzing breathing in daytime, with sensation of too much mucus in chest; loud rattling.
Voice weak and dull.
Cough after drinking.
Obstinate dry cough in morning.
Nocturnal cough, agg. before sunrise, which affects the head, diaphragm, and stomach.
Dry cough, day and night.
Cough excited by a tickling, or as if produced by the vapour of Sulphur sulphur, or by taking a deep inspiration, generally with a yellowish grey and saltish expectoration, sometimes with great weakness of stomach, fever, nocturnal sweat, and emaciation.
Cough with expectoration through the day and without expectoration during the night.
Whooping-cough from irritation in trachea as from fumes of Sulphur sulphur, in the morning and during the day, with expectoration of fetid pus or of mucus streaked with blood.
Cough agg. from 4 to 6 p.m., frequently on alternate days, from exertion, from stretching the arms out, stooping and lying down, when lying on l. side, from eating and drinking cold things, in the wind, or in warm room.
Cough (morning), with copious expectoration of greenish matter.
Copious expectoration of pus, when coughing.
Cough, with expectoration of blood.
When coughing, shocks in the head, shortness of breath, smarting and concussion in chest, or pains in region of stomach.≡ more ...