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Lycopodium Clavatum - Nose symptoms - Hahnemann

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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The muscles of the nose feel as if first distended, then again contracted and shortened, as if turned over backward.

Smarting erosive pains in the right nostril.

Gnawing erosive pains in the left nostril, on moving the nose and on inserting the finger in it.

Itching in the nostrils.

Itching of the nose (aft. 5 d.).

Pressure on the nasal bones, close beside the right eye.

Pressive drawing on the right side of the nose.

Tearing, from the right side of the nose, going out at the canthus.

Cutting, sore pain on the inner septum of the right nostril, at the top, in the evening in bed.

Swelling of the tip of the nose, painful when touched.

Heat in the nose and burning of the eyes.

Sense of smell very acute, even the smell of hyacinths causes sickness.

More acute sense of smell (aft. 2 d.).

Total lack of the sense of smell (aft. 2 d.).

Smell of a crab, before the nose, on spitting out.

He blows bloody mucus from his nose (aft. 6 d.).

Expulsion of coagulated blood from the nose (aft. 11 d.).

Copious bleeding of a little wound in the nose, in the evening while walking (aft. 32 d.).

Epistaxis, for three days in succession, at 2 P.M.

Bleeding from the nose, twice in one day (aft. 26 d.).

Severe epistaxis and blowing of blood from the nose (aft. 20 d.).

Sensation of dryness in the opening of the posterior nares.

Hardened mucus in the nose.

In the larynx, frequent pressive pain, in swallowing.

Violent formicating scraping in the windpipe below the larynx, wakes him at night, at two o'clock, from the deepest sleep.

Sensation of dryness in the larynx.

Hoarseness (aft. 25 and 48 d.).

Hoarseness, the chest becomes rough and sore from speaking, especially in the afternoon.

Great heaviness on the chest.

Sensation of mucus on the chest; it wheezes in the windpipe, when respiring, by day (aft. 18 d.).

Sensation as if the chest was obstructed with mucus (aft. 13 d.).

Rattling and snoring sound on the chest.

Irritation to hawking, with sensation of roughness in the throat, as if the mucus was firmly attached, with tickling in the throat, exciting to cough.


Sneezing, without coryza.

Sneezing, every morning, for half an hour.

Sneezing, fifteen times a day, without coryza (aft. 5 d.).

She cannot sneeze on account of a stinging pain in the neck.

Severe tickling in the nose, without being able to sneeze.

Stoppage of the nose, quite high up.

Stoppage of the nose, toward morning.

Stoppage of the nose, so that he can only breathe with the mouth open.

Total stoppage of the nose; the breath of the child stops in sleep, often for about fifteen seconds, even while its mouth is open.

Stuffed coryza (aft. 10 d.).

Stuffed coryza, so that he cannot breathe through his nose at night.

Stuffed coryza, with burning in the forehead, and a benumbed feeling of the head, which quite contracted her eyes, with much thirst and heat at night, so that she could sleep but little.

Dryness of the nose and stoppage in the root of the nose.

Coryza, in a person entirely unaccustomed to it (aft. 21 d.).

Violent coryza, with swelling of the nose.

Severe coryza, with catarrhal headache (aft. 10 d.).

Coryza, with acrid discharge from the nose, making sore the upper lip (aft. 28 d.).

Frequent coryza, with ill-smelling discharge from the left nostril, which becomes ulcerated within.

Running of the nose, like fluent coryza, even after a few hours.

Very profuse fluent coryza (aft. 2 d.).

Profuse fluent coryza, with pressure on the chest.

Renewed profuse fluent coryza (at once).

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