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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Irritation in the throat, causing a dry cough.
Tussiculation from tickling in the throat.
Some impulses of coughing, following on tickling in the larynx, ending with sneezing.
Inconquerable itching tickling in the larynx, forcing him to violent coughing (aft. ¾ h.).
Very fatiguing cough, in the evening, before going to sleep, as if the larynx was being tickled with a feather, with little expectoration (aft. 3 d.).
Cough, from tickling, with gray expectoration.
Cough from tickling in the throat, even to retching.
Tickling cough, as from fumes of Sulphur sulphur in the throat, with gray, salty expectoration.
Irritation to cough, as from sulphurous fumes.
Irritation to cough, from deep breathing, from stretching the neck and also occasionally from empty deglutition.
Short and hacking cough, with sore pain along the windpipe.
From four to eight o'clock in the evening, she has to cough and to drink much.
In the evening, in bed, he has to hawk, with a short and hacking cough.
Cough at night and hoarseness, when the expectoration is detached, there is a pain in the chest like soreness.
Nocturnal cough, fatiguing the stomach and diaphragm, chiefly before sunrise.
Nocturnal cough, almost without intermission, causing headache and aching in both sides of the abdomen.
Nocturnal cough, with some expectoration (aft. 6 d.).
Dry cough, with wheezing, whistling and crepitation in the throat.
Dry short cough, every morning, with sensation of hoarseness in the throat, without actual hoarseness.
Dry, wheezing cough, as with brandy drinkers.
Dry, rough cough, chiefly troublesome at night.
The expectoration from the cough tastes salty.
Salty expectoration, in the morning, evening and night.
Gray expectoration, when coughing, with salty taste.
Blackish mucous expectoration, when coughing, by day and by night.
Green expectoration, in the morning, on coughing, after severe pain in the chest.
Expectoration of whitish mucus.
First thin, then thick, purulent expectoration, with troublesome, tickling cough.
Whitish-yellow, thick expectoration, with violent cough.
Yellowish, purulent expectoration, with raw and sore pain on the chest, after long-continued, dry cough.
Cough, with purulent expectoration, for eight days, almost uninterrupted, with fever and profuse night-sweat, as in the last days of tubercular phthisis.
Bloody expectoration, on coughing.
Haemorrhage in a female suffering with pulmonary consumption (aft. 10 d.).
Before the cough begins, the breathing is very short.
In coughing, excoriative pain on the chest, with yellowish-gray expectoration.
During coughing the breath is very short, not otherwise.
During coughing, concussion as from a blow, in the temples and at the same time in the chest.
During coughing, violent throbbing in the head.
During coughing, pain in the head and on both sides of the abdomen.
During coughing, a pressive stitch-like jerk in the head.
During coughing, stitches in the throat, not otherwise, nor in swallowing.
She has oppression of the chest and stitches in the throat, exciting her to a cough, which is scraping (5th d.).
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