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No, not really: Lycopodium is a homeopathic remedy made from club moss, and may be helpful for someone experiencing low self esteem and low self-confidence. The person might be very anxious, especially when expected to perform. To prescribe it, a professional homeopath would take your case much more deeply than these symptoms alone. Some might use the Amino Acid tyrosine (not homeopathic) in depression. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have sexual problems and someone suggest me taking LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM belaf of my symptoms.
then tell me how should i take this.
No good data...: I did a quick literature search on dosing and uses of this particular plant remedy and the results I got were maddening. This plant apparently has explosive qualities, first used in magician's acts and for photography. It somehow made its way to homeopathy for use in everything from sore throat to "self-esteem" problems. There is no good research showing it is useful as a health aid. ...Read more
Homeopathic remedy: Both of these homeopathic remedies can apply in urticaria, but there are over 300 other remedies which may also be useful. Each of these are slightly different in their accompanying symptomatology. The potencies in the 2 remedies you have are different, with the "200" one being stronger. A professional homeopath would be able to select the most correct one based on your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's your medical opinion on uses of lycopodium vs a concoction deprenyl, piracetram, and choline for mental clarity? I am a college student who is having a hard time getting through school just because of the fact that i find i cannot focus during the
Lycopodium: Dr. Baskys gave a comprehensive answer about all but lycopodium, a homeopathic remedy. A professional homeopath might prescribe this when someone has very poor self-confidence, anxiety about health, career, and performance -- as well as many other symptoms. Nothing says you could not use both, as each works on a different level (energetic healing system level vs physical level). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens if by accident I put earache drops in the eye of my 8 year old... The drops says pulsatilla, chamomilla, sulphur, belladona and lycopodiu?
Eardrops in eyes: First, you should flush the eyes with large amounts of water (not hot) to remove as much of the eardrops as possible. Belladona may cause the pupils to dilate & cause blurry vision & sensitivity to light. Pulsatilla, depending on how much is absorbed, can lower heart rate & bp; it may bring on vomiting/diarrhea/convulsions. Other ingredients: uncertain effects . Take child to eye doc for evaluatio. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Home rx of gastritis: Currently the home remedies are quite good. Starting with otc antacids, you can then move up to otc zantac, or even better, otc prilosec. Remember that these otc drugs are provided in just half their usually prescribed dosages, so you may need to double up. Diet changes--reducing acids, alcohol, soda, coffee will also help. Reducing stress through relaxatin will help. Last resort: h pylori test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reflux: Reflux is one possibility. Improper digestion is another. Make an appointment to be seen. In the meantime, you find that digestive enzymes with meals are helpful. You may find that homeopathic lycopodium is helpful as well. Acupuncture can be very helpful. (in chinese medicine they would say the energy is going up instead of down ). ...Read more
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