Lycopodium Ø (Mother Tincture) Original Schwabe Germany


(Club moss)

Botanical name: Lycopodium clavatum Linn.  Family:  Lycopodiaceae

Synonyms:  Hindi: Benderli.

English: Club mqss.
French: Soufre vegetal.
German: Barlappsamen.

Recommended use as per Homoeopathic Materia Medica:

This drug is inert until the spores are crushed. Its wonderful medicinal properties are only disclosed by trituration and succussions.

In nearly all cases where Lycopodium is the remedy, some evidence of urinary or digestive disturbance will be found.  Corresponds to Grauvogl’s carbo-nitrogenoid constitution, the,           non-eliminative lithmic.  Lycopodium is adapted more especially to ailments gradually developing, functional power weakening, with failures of the digestive powers, where the function of the liver is seriously disturbed. Atony. Malnutrition. Mild temperaments of lymphatic constitution, with catarrhal tendencies; older persons, where the skin shows yellowish  spots,  earthy complexion,  uric acid  diathesis,  etc.;  also precocious, weakly children. Symptoms characteristically run from right to left, acts especially on the right side of the body, and are worse from about 4 to 8 p.m. In kidney affections, red sand in urine, backache, in renal region; worse before  urination.  Intolerant of cold  drinks;  craves everything  warm.  Best adapted to persons intellectually keen, but of weak muscular power. Deep seated, progressive, chronic diseases. Carcinoma. Emaciation. Debility in the morning. Marked regulating influence upon the glandular (sebaceous) secretions.                    Pre-senility.  Ascites,   in  liver  disease.   Lycopodium  patient  is  thin, withered, full of gas and dry.  Lacks vital  heat;  has poor circulation,  cold extremities. Pains come and go suddenly. Sensitive to noise and odours.

Prescribed dose: Both the lower and highest potencies are credited with
excellent results. For purposes of aiding elimination, the second and third
attenuation of the Tincture a few drops, 3 times a day, have proved efficacious,
otherwise the 6th to 200th potency, and higher, in not too frequent doses.


Active Ingredient: Lycopodium Ø (Drug Strength 1/10 =1x)

History and authority: Introduced and proved by Hahnemann in 1828; Allen’s Encyclop. of Pure Mat. Med., Vol. VII.

Additional information


20ml Drops