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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.
Paleness of the face, with drowsiness by day and peevishness.
The paleness of the face increases toward evening (aft. 8 d.).
Very pale sunken face, in the morning.
Pale, wretched complexion.
Paler, drawn face.
Change of the countenance, and sunken eyes.
Very much sunken around the eyes (aft. 7 d.).
Blue rings around the eyes (aft. d.).
Yellowness of the face.
The whole face extends first in length, then in breadth.
Heat in the face, the eyes and the palms.
Heat of the face, with hypochondriac mood.
Flying heat in the face, in the morning, soon after rising.
Frequent flying heat of the face (the first days).
Severe heat in the face, without redness.
Striking redness in the face, in the morning.
Burning in the face (aft. 26 d.).
Red, bloated face, full of dark-red spots, covered with pustules.
Swelling of the cheeks.
Eruption in the face (aft. 12 d.).
Single pimples in the face.
Itching on the face, on the head and on the nose.
Itching in the whole face, and pimples with pus in the apices, on the cheeks, on the forehead, and especially on the temples (aft. 12 d.).
Many pimples and freckles over the whole face.
More freckles on the left side of the face and above the nose.
The skin of the face lacks clearness, as if from a fine eruption.
Itching herpes on the side of the nose, near the eye.
Itching, scaly herpes in the face and on the corners of the mouth, with bleeding.
Simple pain in the left side of the face, when touched.
Contractive pain in the muscles of the forehead and the face (aft. 4 d.).
Feeling of swelling on the forehead.
Tearing in the cheek.
Tearing in the cheek-bone, under the left eye.
Tearing in the upper jaw (2d d.).
Tearing in the right side of the upper jaw.
Spasmodic twitching in the muscles of the cheeks.
The muscles of the lips and the cheeks contracted, causing the lips to be rounded, followed by a broadening of the mouth.
On the lower jaw, pressure toward the back part.
Drawing pain in the right lower jaw, and in the glands below it, heaviness as from a swelling, and beating therein, more after walking and after eating.
Drawing in the jaws.
Twitching pain in the lower jaw, in the evening.
Tearing, now in the right side, then in the left side of the jaw, by jerks.
The lower jaw is involuntarily now pushed forward, then again backward.
Hard swelling on the angle of the lower jaw, with feeling of heat in the head.
Boring pain in the swollen submaxillary glands (aft. 4 d.).≡ more ...