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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As soon as she sees anything turning about she feels as if her body were turning about.
Heaviness of the head.
Cephalalgia above eyes, immediately after breakfast.
Throbbing after every paroxysm of cough.
Stitches in temples, mostly on r. side, from within to without; agg. in evening and at night when lying in bed, from heat and exertion of the mind; amel. from cold and in open air.
Thrust in temples during difficult stool.
Tearing, boring, and sensation of scraping on external head, during night.
Screwing together in forehead, during menses.
Jerking in r. frontal bone extending to root of nose and eyebrows.
Tearing in forehead or in r. side of head, extending down to neck, with tearing in face, eyes, and teeth; agg. on raising oneself up, amel. on lying down and in the open air.
Throbbing in brain on leaning head backward.
Throbbing in head after lying down in evening.
Congestion in head, with heat, sometimes in morning on rising up in bed.
Shaking and resonance in brain at every step.
Involuntary movements and convulsive trembling of head.
Head turned involuntarily to l.
Involuntary nodding now to r., now to l.; slow at first then constantly more rapid.
Shaking head on stepping hard.
Great tendency to take cold by the head.
Eruption on the head, with abundant and fetid suppuration, sometimes with obstruction of the glands of the nape and neck.
Headache from vexation.
Headache, with disposition to faint, and great uneasiness.
Headache when shaking or turning head, and also at every step on walking.
Semi-lateral headache in evening, agg. beyond endurance by intellectual labour.
Pressive headache sometimes as if a nail were being driven into the head, or with tension, which is agg. by lying down; agg. at night when lying in bed, and on getting warm while walking in open air; amel. when walking slowly in open air, from cold, and when uncovering head.
Pain at vertex during moderate pressure at stool.
Headache after breakfast.
Tearing headache, esp. in afternoon or at night, principally in the (r.) forehead, but often also in whole head, in eyes and nose, extending to teeth, with inclination to lie down.
Stupefying headache, with heat in temples and ears; dryness of mouth and lips; agg. from 4 to 8 p.m., when rising up, and on lying down.
Pressing headache on vertex agg. from 4 to 8 p.m.; from stooping, lying down, exertion of the mind, and followed by great weakness.
Boring, scraping, and tearing in scalp, esp. at night.
The hair becomes grey early.
Baldness; the hair falls out, first on the vertex, later on the temples (after diseases of the abdominal viscera; after parturition), with violent burning, scalding, itching of the scalp, esp. on getting warm from exercise during the day.
Scurf over whole scalp, child scratches it raw in night and then it bleeds.
Contracted sensation with feeling as if the hair would be pulled up.
Hair falls off scalp, but increases on other parts of body.≡ more ...