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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She felt every step in her head, and at every movement, a shaking of the brain.
Pressure in the forehead, and down the nose, in the morning.
Pressure, now in the right temple, now in the left.
Pressure in the right half of the occiput toward the ear.
Pressure in the nape, on a small spot.
Violent pressure in the nape, for many days.
Pressing asunder in the forehead and above the eyes, extending into the upper part of the head, with nausea, as if she should vomit up everything, and with trembling of the limbs (aft. 1 h.).
Heaviness in the head.
Heaviness of the occiput.
Tearing in the occiput.
Tearing here and there in (on) the head, and then in other parts of the body.
Tearing in the head (4th d.).
Sharp, radiating tearing, in and above the left frontal protuberance, toward the left side.
Jerking, radiating tearing in the right half of the head, starting from the temple.
Jerking, pressive tearing in the right half of the forehead, extending close up to the root of the nose and the right eyebrow, as if it were in the bone.
Pressive tearing in (on) the left side of the occiput, on a small spot near the nape.
Shooting outward from the forehead, by jerks, daily several times.
Single, startling stitches in the head, worse in the evening.
Shooting and pressure in the head (aft. sever. h.).
Shooting and pressure in the vertex of the head, at night (aft. 7 d.).
A violent shock from the back toward the crown, so that he had to hold his head, while sitting (after eating to satiety).
Shaking and jerking in the head.
Throbbing in the head; in the evening, after lying down.
Pulsating in the brain, on leaning the head back, by day.
Severe throbbing in the head, like chopping (with sour eructation).
Violent beating in the sinciput in the evening, which then drew with a tension over the occiput into the nape (aft. 4 d.).
Throbbing in the upper part of the head.
Throbbing and pressing in the occiput.
Pulsation and pressure in the head, while reading, sitting down.
Throbbing in the brain, with heat in the head.
Rush of blood to the head, in the morning on awaking.
Fullness of blood in the occiput, after stooping.
Din in the head, when treading hard.
Buzzing internally in the head, with sensation of heat.
The head is very sensitive, on the outside.
Extreme sensitiveness of the outside of the sinciput to the touch.
External transient tearing on the head, on the outside, when walking in the open air.
A broad lump under the skin of the forehead, without any change of the color of the skin.
A tumor on the occiput, like a Juglans Regia walnut (7th d.).
Eruption on the head, suppurating profusely.
His head is involuntarily turned toward the left.
Headache with simple pain, lasting several days, worse when at rest, less when walking in the open air.
Headache, especially when shaking and turning the head.
Violent headache, as from a wrong position, at night.
Headache on the left side, as if externally; it also extends into the ear and the teeth, especially violent in the evening; also intolerably aggravated by writing and reading, as well as by the least pressure on the temples, e.g., that of the spectacles.
Headache above the eyes, immediately after breakfast (the first 2 d.).
Headache between the two eyes.
Pain in both the temples, at every step, not while at rest.
Dull pain in the forehead, as if the head was being pressed together from both sides.
Paralytic pressive pain on the temple.
Pressive pain in the upper part of the head, as if a coryza was coming (aft. 12 h.).
Pressive pain in the whole head in the afternoon, especially when stooping.
Pain in the head, more pressive than contractive, in the morning on rising.
The pressive headache increases while lying down.
Headache, as if the head was being burst asunder, and as if the brain was vacillating to and fro, especially when walking, going up stairs and rising from stooping.
Dull sensation of heaviness in the occiput, with confused pain on the forehead, increased by motion.
Wandering pain in the head, at night, making the head heavy; she knew not where to lay her head for pain, the whole night (aft. 9 d.).
Pinching pain on the head, behind the ear (aft. 48 h.).
Tearing in (on) the head, for forty-eight hours, ceasing after the formation of a painless swelling of the cheek.
Tearing headache, in the evening, in the upper part and on both sides of the head.
Tearing pains, through the left side of the head into the ear.
Pressive tearing headache in the morning, close above the eyes and into them (3d. d.).
Tearing and shooting headache, at night, above the right eye, in the forehead and on the occiput.
Shooting headache in the region of the eye.
Shooting headache in the region of the occiput.
Violent lancinating pain, in the left side of the forehead.
Tearing headache, from the afternoon to the evening; the night following, toothache.
Shooting headache with pressure and squeezing in the eyes, with violent fluent coryza.
Sore pain in the forehead, almost daily, aggravated by stooping.
Twitching headache, as it were, in the bones of the cranium.
Throbbing pain, beside the orbits, outward.
Throbbing headache, after every fit of coughing.
Constant throbbing headache, in the middle of the forehead, from 3 A.M. till evening.
Headache, like a twanging sound through the head, as from the breaking of a piano-string.
Superficial headache above the forehead on the crown, on the cheek-bones, the ear, the jaws; intermitting in the afternoon and returning in the evening.
Fine, burning, shooting tearing, in the skin of the right temple, succeeding after itching and rubbing, and followed by a pinching headache.
Drawing pain on the right side of the head, extending down into the nape.
The bones of the head are painful.
Burning pain, on both the protuberances of the occiput.
Pressure, as from a nail, just in the middle above the hairy part of the forehead.
Tearing in the hairy scalp, above the right half of the forehead.
Sensation on the left side of the top of the hairy scalp, like pulling by a single hair.
Contractive sensation on the hairy scalp, with a sensation as if the hair was being torn out.
Spasmodic contraction of the scalp.
Drawing up of the scalp of the sinciput, with recession of the eyelids from each other, and subsequent drawing down of the skin, with closing of the eyes.
Cutting ache transversely over the hairy scalp, between the forehead and the vertex.
The hair of the head is falling out excessively.
The hair comes out while combing.
Rapid falling out of the hair of the head, while hair grows anew in many parts of the body.
Many grey hairs are coming on her head.
The head is very much disposed to take cold; a slight cold breeze causes a cutting sensation in the scalp.
Itching of the hairy scalp.
Gnawing on the scalp, he has to scratch.
Eruption on the head, with swollen glands of the neck; on the occiput a large boil, and over the whole hairy scalp a scurf, which the child scratches open and which then bleeds.≡ more ...