Lycopodium Clavatum (Lyc.) Homeopathy Remedy

When it comes to digestive problems or painful gas complaints, lycopodium clavatum is a known solution since ancient times and has a full scientific framework with homeopathy and is among the most frequently given remedies. Lycopodium, which was then as tall as a tree, now continues its life cycle as a club moss located low on the forest floors. Lycopodium clavatum is found in abundance in Europe, Asia, North and South America, but has been used in a variety of ways throughout history. Native Americans and Europeans brewed the leaves into tea to use to treat pain and fever. The spores of this plant were taken internally to treat diarrhea, dysentery, and gas, and applied externally to rashes and wounds to treat them.

The Lycopodium plant has been used in a wide variety to date and is still used to cover powders, pills, suppositories and surgical gloves obtained from its spores and continues to be used as a sweat absorbing additive in deodorants.

The leaves and roots of the Lycopodium plant contain toxic substances and therefore should not be ingested, but the spores are dried and used as a tincture for homeopathic remedy. In particular, onions are among the most preferred remedies for gas and gas pain caused by garlic intolerance or bloating due to indigestion.

Lycopodium homeopathic remedy is an important remedy for complaints such as lack of self-confidence, eczema, cracked heel, as well as digestive problems. Symptoms usually worsen between 4-8pm. Also, people who need lycopodium often have dry skin and mucous membranes, but crave sweets.

In this article, we will learn together which rubrics and which symptoms will guide us for the lycopodium clavatum remedy…

Mental – Emotional Symptoms (Mind Rubrics)

Egoistic, love of power used for domination.

Lack of self-confidence – feels weak and inadequate, therefore avoids responsibility. He is anxious about public speaking but does it well most of the time.

Covers up a lack of confidence with arrogant, boastful, bossy, or bullying behaviors. Pleasant, attractive behavior with authority figures.

Lack of discipline and lack of commitment.

Nervousness upon waking in the morning.

Intellectual pursuits are preferred over energetic sports activities.

Melancholy fears being alone.

Little things bother him, he’s overly sensitive.

He rushes to eat.

Poor memory, confused thoughts, misspellings or spelling syllables or words.


Shakes his head for no apparent reason.

He twists his face and mouth.

Throbbing headache after every coughing episode.

Dizziness when getting up in the morning.

Deep grooves on the forehead.

Early baldness and gray hair.

breathing problems

Nasal congestion at night.

Tickling cough, shortness of breath.

Tense, burning, astringent pain in the chest.

Gastrointestinal Problems

It’s bloated and full of gas. Gaseous. No rumbling in the stomach.

Symptoms aggravated by gas-producing foods such as beans, onions, cabbage.

Heartburn with sour belching. Constipation while traveling.

Headache or other symptoms from skipped meals.

Opt for hot drinks. Craving for sweets.

Variable appetite – loss or increase in appetite with eating.

Night hunger – may wake up hungry.

Aversion to bread.

Can’t eat oysters.

Eating too little creates satiety.

Skin problems

Hair graying in patches or streaks, especially on the right side.

Deep grooves or wrinkles on the forehead.

Dryness of the skin and mucous membranes.

Cracked heels that start on the right or worse.

Chronic eczema associated with urinary, stomach and liver disorders, bleeds easily.

Brown spots, freckles on the left side of the face and nose.

Men’s Issues

Confusion and lack of commitment. premature ejaculation.

Impotence with long-term partner but no problem with new partners.

Prostate enlargement.

Sleep Problems

Waking up unrefreshed.

Waking up hungry.

Sleepy during the day.

He dreams of accidents.

For Pets

Liver problems or digestive disorders. Bloating and rumbling.

Anxious and lacking in self-confidence but aggressive towards non-dominant animals.

In almost all cases where Lycopodium is the main remedy, there will be signs of urinary or digestive problems. In particular, it adapts to ailments where liver function is severely impaired, digestive system fails, gradually developing, and functional strength is weakened. It is suitable for elderly people, precocious weak children, where the skin shows yellowish spots. Symptoms characteristically run from right to left and worsen between 4 and 8 pm. Adapted for people who are intellectually sharp but weak in muscle strength.

The general information and disease symptoms above are published for informational purposes only. Even if you are aware of any of the above symptoms, never follow a treatment protocol on your own. Request an appointment from a trained doctor homeopath for the problems you are experiencing.

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