Lycopodium is a top remedy for liver ailments. Lycopodium helps when you have a sensation of pressure over the left side of the abdomen, pressure in stomach. Good for those with a sensitive digestive system such as constipation with offensive gas. Lycopodium helps with those who Enjoy eating and overeats at times, then suffers from bloating. Lycopodium is good for indigestion with burping, dyspepsia, biliousness,.flatulence. Lycopodium helps with bloated abdomen and for baby's colic or adult indigestion.
Lycopodium helps with these symptoms:
Headache from missing a meal, digestive problems, indigestion, gas.
Headache over eyes, headache with colds. Prolonged throbbing.
Tearing occipital pain, deep furrows on forehead, shakes head.
Mental exertion worsens pain, dizziness.
Worse lying down, better with movement.
Symptoms are generally worse on the right side. Ailments move from right side to left side.
Generally feels more irritable from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., with specific symptoms also worse 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The liver performs thousands of metabolic, enzymatic, detoxifying, and regulatory tasks. This organ is central to the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, including storage and interconversion. It stores such vitamins and minerals as B-12, K, C, manganese, iron and zinc: it filters bacteria and other foreign material out of the blood; it eliminates blood-borne toxins like alcohol: it takes up or releases sugar in the blood in response to hormonal commands from the adrenals and pancreas: it manufactures bile for the digestion process. The liver plays so central a role in the body that it is implicated in many diseases and dysfunctions. In addition, the organ itself can be damaged by infection and by chemical abuse, particularly alcoholism. In carbohydrate metabolism, the liver performs the following functions: 1) Synthesis and storage of glycogen 2) Conversion of other sugars to glucose. 3) Release of glucose for the maintenance of adequate sugar levels in the bloodstream. 4) Synthesis of important bio-chemicals from sugars and other sources. Fat metabolism in the liver entails the following: 1) Synthesis of fatty acids from amino acids and sugars. 2) Synthesis of lipoproteins, cholesterol and phospholipids. 3) The oxidation of fat for energy creating large quantities of acetyl coenzyme A and acetoacetic acid which are used for synthesis and energy respectively. The protein chemistry performed in the liver is perhaps its most essential role. A few of these functions are: 1) The deaminatino and decarboxylatino of amino acids. 2) The conversion of ammonia to urea which is then eliminated by the kidneys. 3) Synthesis and interconversion of amino acids. 4) Synthesis of blood serum proteins including coagulation proteins. Organ therapy with homeopathy is known for helping to regulate body organs to function in a balanced healthy way.
Lycopodium is also known as Lycopodium Clavatum.
General dose-3 pellets 3 times a day with less frequency as improvement is made.
Economy 1 oz bottle of 680 pellets, 9 times more pellets than multidose tubes!
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