Lycopodium clavatum 4CH, 5CH, 7CH, 9CH, 12CH, 15CH, 30CH Boiron homeopathic granules
Registered drug: EH00710
Lycopodium clavatum is a homeopathic remedy of spongy origin whose mother tincture is obtained by ethanolic extraction of bioactive molecules from club moss. The drug is widely used in homeopathic medicine to treat behavioral disorders that manifest themselves by alternating irritability and depression. It is also used in the treatment of certain urological and dermatological diseases . Generally, the homeopath prescribes the 5 CH and 9 CH dilution depending on the pathology observed. Similarly, the duration of treatment varies depending on the symptoms.
Indications and Dosage of Lycopodium Clavatum in granules
Lycopodium clavatum, also known as "wolf's foot", is a herbaceous plant belonging to the Lycopodiaceae family. The spores of this plant, which are its reproductive organs, are used to prepare a mother tincture. These spores are rich in sulfur, fats containing saturated and unsaturated glycerides, as well as lycopodin, a substance with parasympathicotonic action.
The benefits of Lycopodium clavatum
Lycopodium clavatum acts on various health issues:
- Bloating even after eating little , without improvement in evacuating gas
- Discomfort due to tight clothing around the waist
- Red face and drowsiness after meals
- Abdominal distension in the lower part
- Esophageal burns
- Migraines of digestive origin accompanied by visual disturbances, aggravated by heat
- Metabolic problems related to uric acid, urea and cholesterol
- Clear or muddy urine containing “red sand”
- Impotence despite preserved desires
- Vaginal dryness
- Crusts and clogged nostrils at night, requiring open-mouthed sleeping
- Runny nose during the day, sore throat and difficulty swallowing
- Symptoms of pneumonia on the right (dry cough, glassy eyes, difficulty breathing, etc.)
- Dry, wrinkled skin, copper spots
- Pruritus improved by cold and causes bleeding easily
- Premature gray hair
- Physical and psychic asthenia accompanied by memory loss
- Anxiety and discouragement, especially in the late afternoon
- Facial tics
Lycopodium clavatum is a plant with multiple beneficial properties for health. It can help relieve various disorders, such as hepato-digestive, uro-genital, mucosal, skin and neurological problems. However, its use must be done in accordance with the dosages and the advice of a health professional.
Homeopathic medicines can be used in various symptoms.
Morning dizziness . Anticipatory anxiety, stage fright. Troubles after being angry. Dyslexia. Chronic inflammation of the tonsils. Eczemas in the case of kidney and liver disorders. Liver disorders. Gallstones and kidney stones. Rheumatic diseases. Venous congestion. Leg ulcers. Hemorrhoids. Constipation, flatulence (often in connection with liver disease). Three month cramps in infants.
The homeopathic physician chooses the dilution and dosage appropriate to the patient's state of health and characteristic symptoms.
Directions for use and instructions for use of Lycopodium Clavatum in granules
Lycopodium is a widely used homeopathic remedy to treat various ailments. This drug is used according to the “modalities”, that is to say the circumstances in which the symptoms appear or worsen. In this article, we are going to look at recommended uses and dilutions for Lycopodium.
Treatment of local disorders
When used to treat purely local disorders such as digestive problems, Lycopodium is administered in low potencies. The recommended dosage is 5 granules in 5 CH before meals and at the time of the troubles.
For example, for dyspepsia, the use of Lycopodium 5 CH in combination with Carbo Vegetabilis 5 CH and Nux Vomica 5 CH , 3 granules of each alternately three times a day until improvement, is recommended. For food poisoning by oysters, it is recommended to take 3 granules of Lycopodium 5 CH , 3 times a day, combined with Arsenicum Album 5 CH and Pyrogenium 5 CH .
To treat right-sided pneumonia, the recommended dosage is to take 3 granules of Lycopodium 7 CH three times a day.
Treatment of general disorders
For general disorders, higher and more widely spaced dilutions are used. It is recommended to take a dose of Lycopodium in 15 or 30 CH every 14 days, to be modified according to the response obtained.
For example, in a child with atopic eczema who has a strong personality, advanced intelligence and a strong will, Lycopodium is the recommended disease-modifying drug.
Treatment of nervous disorders
To treat nervous disorders, it is recommended to use higher dilutions of Lycopodium, such as 15 or 30 CH. The recommended dosage is to take five granules per day, or one dose per week or monthly.
For example, in a person with facial tics and a strong personality, it is recommended to take a dose of Lycopodium 15 CH every 15 days, in combination with Agaricus Muscarius 5 CH and Natrum Muriaticum 7 CH , three granules alternately three times a day until improvement.
Simultaneous use of high and low dilutions
It is not uncommon for high dilutions of 15 or 30 CH (for background treatment) and low dilutions of 7 or 9 CH (for the treatment of symptoms) to be prescribed at the same time in the same patient.
Turn the tube to drop the desired number of granules into the cap and then place the granules under the tongue.
It is advisable not to touch the homeopathic granules with your fingers.
Use toothpaste without mint (such as Homéodent Boiron, toothpaste compatible with taking homeopathic granules).
Packaging and content of tubes of Lycopodium Clavatum granules
Translucent pellet tube. Weight 4g. About 80 pellets.
Lycopodium is a widely used homeopathic remedy to treat a variety of conditions, depending on the modality. It is important to respect the recommended dilutions and dosages to obtain optimal results. If you are considering using Lycopodium to treat a condition, consult a qualified homeopath for individual advice.
Precaution of use
Contains sucrose. Store Lycopodium clavatum homeopathic medicines away from light, heat and humidity.
Give homeopathic pellets to babies and children
Lycopodium clavatum homeopathic granules are to be dissolved in 100ml of water. The granules being very long to dissolve, it is necessary to prepare your mixture in advance.
Homeopathy and pregnancy
Lycopodium clavatum homeopathic medicines have no chemical toxicity, no contraindications, no interaction with other medicines, and no adverse effects related to the quantity of product ingested. Pregnant women can treat themselves without known risk for them and their future child, but it is preferable to seek advice.
Frequency of use of homeopathy
In acute conditions, it is advisable to take Lycopodium clavatum homeopathic remedies every hour until symptoms improve.
In chronic conditions, remedies in low dilution (> 9CH) are taken 1 to 2 times a day, basic remedies are taken once a week, or even once a month. This decision is up to the homeopath.
What to do if there is no improvement within 24 hours
Some pathologies cannot be treated with Lycopodium clavatum homeopathy by simple self-medication. Their seriousness requires medical advice that can be issued by a homeopathic doctor. This doctor will judge whether your condition can be cured by homeopathy alone or whether your treatment must be supplemented by allopathy.