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Lycopodium Clavatum - Mouth symptoms - Hahnemann

Club Moss, Lycopodium, Lycop, Lycopod, Lyc.

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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.



First, the left corner of the mouth was drawn upward, then the right was distorted.

Soreness of the corners of the mouth.

The corners of the mouth pain, as if ulcerated.

Eruption about the mouth.

Fine eruption about the mouth (aft. 11 d.).

On the chin in front, violent itching, two evenings in succession.

Itching eruptive pimples about the chin.

Here and there, small ulcers in the mouth.

The talk is nasal.

Swelling and elongation of the uvula (aft. 6 d.).

Frequent pain in the throat; on deglutition, she felt as if she swallowed too much at a time (aft. 9 d.).

In the morning, the throat is always quite dried up.

Scrapy sensation in the mouth.

Fetor in the mouth, in the morning, on awaking, which he himself observes.


Paleness of the lips.

Swelling of the right half of the lower lip.

Swelling of the lips, in the morning.

Swelling of the upper lip, increasing for several days, at last with an evening-fever, first a chill, then heat in the face, on the hands and the feet, restless sleep and night-sweat.

Sore place on the lower lip.

Itching pimple on the upper lip (aft. 14 d.).

Eruption on the border of the red of the lip, with cutting pain on moving the lips and on touching them (aft. 12 d.).

White blister on the inner side of the upper lip, with burning pain when at rest, not when eating (aft. 30 h.).

(Large) ulcer on the red of the lower lip.

Swelling of the gums, above the anterior teeth, with swelling of the upper lip.

The tongue involuntarily slips in, now between the upper lip and the upper teeth, then again between the lower lip and the lower teeth.

The tongue involuntarily darts out of the mouth, and to and fro between the lips.

Gums and teeth

Toothache, so disagreeable that she feels continually like biting her teeth together.

Dull toothache above and below, with swelling of the gums (but neither beating, stinging nor drawing) (aft. 15 d.).

The teeth ache only while chewing.

The teeth pain most acutely when touched and when chewing, as if festering.

Toothache, when chewing, as if festering.

Toothache, only at night, and even if they ceased early in the morning, great excitement and restlessness, so that she could not sleep even then.

Toothache, at the least touch of the tooth and when coughing.

Spasmodic pain in the teeth.

Drawing spasmodic pain in the teeth, relieved by warm drinks.

Drawing toothache, in the right lower molars.

Tearing, drawing toothache, in the left lower molars.

Tearing in a hollow tooth.

Shooting and drawing in teeth, which cannot be distinctly pointed out, now above, then below, so that she could not go to sleep in the evening (aft. 9 d.).

Single, violent stitches in a hollow tooth, following in slow succession, ceasing after getting warm in bed.

Frequent shooting in a right upper molar.

Shooting, clucking and boring in a hollow tooth (aft. 12 h.).

Boring pain in the crown of the tooth.

Single jerks in the right upper molars.

Burrowing toothache, with stitches in an upper molar; after a meal.

Throbbing and pinching toothache.

Throbbing toothache (the first 6 nights).

Beating toothache, after eating.

Beating in a tooth, with swelling of the gums.

Pain as in a hollow tooth, as if it was being shattered; the pain extends to the temple (3d d.).

Pain in a lower molar, as if it was being shattered; very painful in biting on it (7th d.).

A sound tooth pains, during a meal, as if it was too long.

All the teeth ache as if too dull.

Looseness of several incisors.

Great looseness of the teeth.

The teeth turn yellow.

In the gums, heat and pain.

Tearing in the gums, and on the roots of the left lower incisors.

Twitching pain in the gums of the lower row, in the afternoon (aft. 10 d.).

Prickling and shooting pains in the gums and the cheek, on the left side.

Swelling of the gums interferes with opening the mouth.

Swelling between the upper gums and the zygoma, with some swelling of the cheek and prickling, shooting pains.

Fistula dentalis in an old socket, in which there is yet a root, with swelling of the gums.

Ulcers of the tooth (the gums).

Copious bleeding of the gums, in cleaning the teeth.

Involuntary clashing and gnashing of the teeth.


Great dryness in the mouth, in the morning (aft. 3 d.).

Sensation of dryness in the mouth, with much saliva.

Sensation of dryness in the throat and mouth, without thirst, only in the evening, immediately on lying down, and through the nights.

Constant dryness in the throat.

Troublesome dryness of the throat; she would like to drink, but cannot get anything down for pain.

Dryness of the throat, with much thirst.

Urging to throw up a sourish, watery, at times bloody, fluid.

Constant accumulation of water in the mouth, and spitting out of mucus.

The interior of the mouth is posteriorly covered with tough mucus.

Hawking up of bloody mucus, during the (daily, customary) riding.


Numbness of the inside of the mouth and of the tongue.

Involuntary smacking with the tongue, the sound of which varied between a and o.

The tongue feels swollen.

The tongue is swollen, and painful in spots, so that it interfered with her speaking.

Relaxation in the mouth, and heaviness of the tongue.

Soreness of the tongue.

Many vesicles on the tip of the tongue, which pains as if raw and burnt.

Vesicles on the tip of the tongue.

A lump on the tongue.

An ulcer under the tongue, troublesome in talking and eating.

Coated tongue.


Dryness in the mouth, and bitterish taste.

Dry in the mouth and sourish taste.

Ptyalism, with salty taste.

Bad smell from the mouth.

Bitter taste in the mouth, in the morning.

Bitter taste in the mouth, in the morning, as from acidity in the stomach.

Severely bitter taste in the mouth, at night, so that she had to get up and rinse her mouth.

Constant bitter taste in the mouth, but the food is not bitter.

Bitter taste of all the food.

Bitter-sour taste in the mouth, before and after breakfast.

Sour taste in the mouth, especially in the morning, on awaking.

Sour taste of all he partakes of, even of sweet things.

Sour taste in drinking cacao.

Mouldy taste in the mouth, from morning till noon.

Cheesy taste in the mouth (aft. 13 d.).

Very sweetish taste in the mouth (aft. 48 h.).

Water tastes sweet as sugar, in the morning.


Sensation of dryness in the fauces, paining as if sore, when swallowing, in the morning.


On the palate and the lips, the saliva dries up into tenacious mucus.

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