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Lycopodium Clavatum - Fever And Chill symptoms - Clarke

Club Moss, Lycopodium, Lycop, Lycopod, Lyc.

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HPUS indication of Lycopodium Clavatum: Digestion
Lycopodium Clavatum

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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Shivering in evening, sometimes only on one side; or every second day, with heat, or followed by sweat without heat.

Chilliness in the afternoon from 4 to 8, with sensation as of numbness in hands and feet.

Chilliness in evening in bed, preventing sleep.

One-sided chilliness, mostly on the l. side.

Chills and heat alternating.

Want of vital heat.

Tertian fever, with sour vomiting and bloatedness of the face and hands after the shivering.

Transient heat.

Burning heat, with short respiration.

Flashes of heat over whole body, mostly towards evening, with frequent drinking of small quantities at a time; constipation and increased micturition.

The perspiration is frequently cold, smelling sour, or offensive, or smelling like onions, or bloody.

Intermittent fever.

Nausea and vomiting and then chilliness, followed by perspiration (without previous heat).

Chilliness in the evening till midnight, this is followed by heat, in the morning sour-smelling perspiration.

Great heat and redness of the cheeks, alternating with chilliness.

Shaking chill 7 p.m., and great coldness as if lying in ice, with traction through whole body, upon waking up from sleep, which is full of dreams, covered with perspiration, perspiration is followed by violent thirst.

Typhus fever (with threatening paralysis of the brain).

Malignant fever, with malevolence and ill-humour on waking, or with nervous excitability, without heat of the head or redness of the face, red spots on the cheeks, great weakness, sweat without any mitigation, tongue red and dry, and constipation.

Slow fever, with viscid sweat, at night.

Fever, with total prostration of strength, lower jaw hanging down, eyes clouded and half-closed, and respiration slow, with the mouth open.

Sweat principally in face, easily excited during the day by slight exercise.

Febrile sweat by day.

Nocturnal sweat, often fetid or viscid, principally on chest and back.

Sensation as if circulation stood still.

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