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Lycopodium Clavatum - Relationships - Hering

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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RELATIONSHIPS

Complementary

Complementary to Iodium Iodum.

Relationship

Lycopodium follows well after Calcar. or Lachesis Laches.

After Lycopodium. are frequently indicated Graphites Graphites, Lachesis Lachesis, Ledum Palustre Ledum, Phosphorus Phosphor., Silica Marina Silic.

It is rarely advisable to begin the treatment of a chronic disease with Lyco.; it is better to give first another antipsoric remedy.

Antidotes

Lycopodium antidotes Cinchon.

Antidotes to Lycopodium Lycop., Aconite Acon., Camphora Camphor., Causticum Caustic., Chamomilla Chamom., Graphit., Pulsatilla Pulsat., also Coffee.

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REVERSE RELATIONSHIPS

These are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Lycopodium Clavatum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.

Agnus Castus > relationship
After Agn. Castoreum cast. are useful Arsenicum Album Arsen., Bryonia Bryon., Ignatia Ignat., Lycopodium Lycop., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Selenium Selen. (impotence), Sulphur Sulphur.

Aloe Socotrina > relationship
Nux Vomica Nux vom., and Lycopodium Lycop. relieve the earache.

Alumina > compare
Compare with the following in clergyman's sore throat Argentum Nitricum Arg. nitr., Kali Bich Kali bich., Lycopodium Lycop., etc.

Anacardium Orientale > relationship
Similar to Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. (cough in high-tempered children; gaping, drowsy after cough); Apis Mel Apis (skin); Coriaria ruscifolia (loss of memory, etc.); Ferrum Met Ferrum (occiput pains in cough); Iodium Iodium; Juglans; Lycopodium Lycop.; Nitric Acid Nitr ac. (cursing). Nux Vomica Nux vom.; Acid Phos Phos. ac. (brain); Platin.; Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Urt. ur. (skin); Zincum Metallicum Zincum (brain); Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Nat Mur Natr. mur. (dry coryza); Causticum Caustic. (in writers, spasm).

Anacardium Orientale > relationship
It follows well after Lycopodium Lycop., Pulsatilla Pulsat. and Platin.

Antimonium Crudum > relationship
Related to Ipecacuanha Ipec., still more to Lycopodium Lycop. (Teste).

Antimonium Tartaricum > relationship
Similar to Aconite Acon. (croup, spasm of larynx); Arsenicum Album Arsen. (asthma; heart symptoms; gastric catarrh, etc.); Baryt. carb.; Bromium Bromine (croup); Camphora Camphor; Hep Sulph Calc Hepar; Iodium Iodium; Causticum Kali hydr. (oedema pulmon., pneumonia); Lachesis Laches. (dyspnoea on awakening, sensitive larynx, asthma, asphyxia, etc.); Lycopodium Lycop. (catarrh on the chest, but the spasmodic motion of alae is replaced by dilated nostrils in Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart.); Veratr. (both have diarrhoea, colic, vomiting, coldness, and craving for acids), Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. has more jerks, drowsiness and urging to urinate; Veratr. more cold sweat and fainting.

Apis Mel > relationship
After it follows well Graphit. (tetter on ear-lobe); Arsenicum Album Arsen. (hydrothorax); Phosphorus phosphor. (absorption of the false membrane in diphtheria) Stramon. after Apis has removed the jealousy in mania; Lycopodium Lycop. (in staphyloma); Sulphur Sulphur (in hydrothorax, pleuritic effusion, hydrocephalus); Iodium Iodium (in puffy, swollen knee).

Apis Mel > relationship
Has been given in alternation in cases when the change of symptoms indicated it with Iodium Iodium in swelling of knee; Sulphur Sulphur in swollen eyes; Hep Sulph Calc Hepar in urticaria; Merc Viv Mercur. in ascites with peritonitis; Lycopodium Lycop. in staphyloma.

Apocynum Cannabinum > complementary
Concordances Acet. ac., Apis Mel Apis (which has no thirst in dropsies); Arsenicum Album Arsen.; Belladonna Bellad.; Bryonia Bryon.; China Cinchon.; Colchic.; Digitalis Purpurea Digit. (dropsy; slow pulse); Elat.; Helleborus Niger Helleb. (hydrocephalus, ascites, etc.); Kali Carb Kali carb.; Lycopodium Lyc., Merc Viv Mercur.; Merc Viv Merc. Sulphur sulph.; Scilla Maritima Scilla; Sulphur Sulphur; Veratrum Album Veratr. alb.

Argentum Metallicum > relationship
Cured scirrhus of os tincae, after Conium Mac Conium, Cicuta Virosa Cicuta, Sepia Sepia and Lycopodium Lycop. failed.

Argentum Nitricum > relationship
After Argentum Nitricum Arg. nitr. had failed in flatulent indigestion, Lycopodium Lycop. cured.

Argentum Nitricum > relationship
Complaints from pressure of clothes also in Calcar., Bryonia Bryon., Causticum Caustic., Lycopodium Lycop., Sarsaparilla Sarsap., and Stannum Iodatum Stannum.

Argentum Nitricum > antidotes
According to Boenninghausen, as antidotes to Argentum Nitricum Arg. nitr. and also Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., are prominent, Pulsatilla Pulsat., Calcar., Sepia Sepia, and next these three. Lycopodium Lycop., Merc Viv Mercur., Silica Marina Silic., Rhus Tox Rhus tox, Phosphorus Phosphor, and Sulphur Sulphur.

Arum Triphyllum > compare
Compare Ammonium Muriaticum Amm. mur., Castor Equi Castor., Allium Cepa Cepa, Causticum Kali hydr., Lycopodium Lycop., Mezereum Mezer., Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., Silica Marina Silic. (nasal discharge), Arg. nitr., Crocus Sativus Crocus (tongue), Capsicum Annuum Capsic. (throat), Causticum Caustic., Ferrum Met Ferr. Phosphorus Phosph. (hoarseness), Merc Viv Mercur. and Valeriana Valer. (salivation), Merc Viv Mercur. and Bryonia Bryon. (lips and corners of mouth).

Arum Triphyllum > complementary
Concordances Lachesis Laches., Lycopodium Lycop., Ailanthus Ailanth., Arsenicum Album Arsen., Canthar., Muriaticum Acidum Mur. ac., Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., Sulphuricum Acidum Sulph. ac;., Hydrofluoricum Acidum Hydr. ac., Iodium Iodium, Phytolacca Decandra Phytol., Sanguinaria Nitrica Sanguin., Silica Marina Silic., Sulphur Sulphur.

Baryta Carbonica > relationship
Cognates Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. (paralysis of lungs); Calc Carb Calc. ostr. (scrofulosis, coryza, etc.); Calcarea Iodata Calc. iod. (large tonsils); Causticum Caustic. (paretic symptoms); Conium Mac Conium (old people); Dulcamara Dulcam. (tendency to catch cold); Hydrofluoricum Acidum Fluor ac. (old people); Iodium Iodium (glands); Lycopodium Lycop. (tonsils); Merc Viv Mercur. (colds, glands, diarrhoea); Phosphorus Phosphor; Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Sepia Sepia (ringworms); Silica Marina Silic. (glands, foot-sweat, etc.) Sulphur Sulphur; Tellurium Tellur. (ringworms).

Calc Carb > relationship
After Calc. ostr. may follow Lycopodium Lycop., Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., Phosphorus Phosphor., Silica Marina Silic.

Colchicum Autumnale > relationship
Colchic. follows well where Nux Vomica Nux vom. or Lycopodium Lycop. has relieved.

Digitalis Purpurea > compare
Compare Convallaria, Magnolia Grandiflora Magnolia grand., Lycopodium Lycop.

Graphites > relationship
Graphit. follows well after Lycopodium Lycop.

Iodium > complementary
Iodum and Lycopodium Lycop. are complementary.

Kali Carb > relationship
Kali Carb Kali carb. is frequently suitable after Bryonia Bryon., Lycopodium Lycop., Nat Mur Natr., mur., Natr. ac.

Lachesis > complementary
Complementary to Lycopodium Lycop.

Lachesis > relationship
Followed by Arsenicum Album Arsen., Belladonna Bellad., Carb. veg., Causticum Caustic., Conium Mac Conium, Merc Viv Mercur., Lycopodium Lycop.

Natrum Arsenicum > compare
Compare Arsenicum Album Arsen, Lycopodium Lycop. (stuffed catarrh).

Nux Moschata > relationship
Disjunctive relations Lycopodium Lycop., Nux Vomica Nux vom., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Rhus Tox Rhus tox., Silica Marina Silic., Sulphur Sulphur.

Nux Moschata > relationship
Similar to Stramon., Opium (mind); Pulsatilla Pulsat. (internal organs); Nux Vomica Nux vom., Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. (sensations); Opium, Arsenicum Album Arsen., Spigel. (fever); Lycopodium Lycop. (skin); Silica Marina Silic; (modalities); Nux Vomica Nux vom., Rhus Tox Rhus tox. (motions); Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Ignatia Ignat., Nux Vomica Nux vom., Sepia Sepia (sides of body).

Paris Quadrifolia > relationship
Paris quad. is followed well by Ledum Palustre Ledum, Lycopodium Lycop., Rhus Tox Rhus tox.

Phosphorus > relationship
Phosphor. follows well after Calc Carb Calc. carb., Chinchon., Kali Carb Kali carb., Lycopodium Lycop., Nux Vomica Nux vom., Rhus Tox Rhus tox., Silica Marina Silic., Sulphur Sulphur.

Pulsatilla > complementary
Complementary to Sulphuricum Acidum Sulph. ac;. Lycopodium Lycop., Pulsat.

Pulsatilla > antidotes
It antidotes China Cinchon., Iron, Sulphur Sulphur, Sulphuricum Acidum Sulph. ac;., vapor of Merc Viv mercury, or of Cuprum Metallicum copper, Coffea Tosta Coffea, Chamomilla Chamom., Belladonna Bellad., Colchic., Lycopodium Lycop., Platin., Stramon., Sabadilla Sabad., Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart.

Silicea > relationship
Lachesis Laches., Lycopodium Lycop., Sepia Sepia, also follow well.

Sulphur > relationship
Sulphur, Calc Carb Calc. ostr. and Lycopodium Lycop. or Sulphur, Sarsaparilla Sarsap. and Sepia Sepia, frequently follow in the order given.

Tabacum > antidotes
Antidotes to Tabac. Ipecacuanha Ipec., vomiting; Arsenicum Album Arsen., chewing tobacco; Nux Vomica Nux vom., gastric symptoms next morning after smoking; Phosphorus Phosphor., palpitation; Ignatia Ignat., Pulsatilla Pulsat., hiccough; Clemat., toothache; Sepia Sepia, neuralgia right side of face, dyspepsia, chronic nervousness; Lycopodium Lycop., impotence; wine, spasms, cold sweat from excessive smoking.

Theridion > relationship
Therid. following well after Calcar. and Lycopodium Lycop.

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