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is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy
Started by: garcot at October 7 2008

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is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: garcot
Bangalore
  
October 7 2008
Is Lyco, a thirsty or thirstless remedy?
is lyco, hot or cold remedy?
is lyco, right sided or left sided remedy?

I am confused... do i need a dose of lyco?

Garcot

"wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy"(Nietszche)

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: gavinimurthy
  
October 7 2008
Lyco can be thirsty or thirstless. You can't use thirst as an eliminating/confirming symptom.

Lyco is a chilly remedy predominantly aggravated by heat.

They feel chilly yet won't feel comfortable in warm environments.

< In warm room. < Getting warm by exercise. Warmth of bed < headache and irritation of skin, but > toothache, rheumatism, and other symptoms.
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The second keynote is in direction, right to left. Any affection commencing on the right side and spreading to the left is likely to require Lyc., whether it be headache, sore throat, chest affection, abdominal affection, pains in ovaries─if the affection begins on the right side and spreads to the left Lyc. must be studied. Cutting pains shooting from right to left in any part indicate Lyc. In this it is complementary to Lach., which has just as characteristically the opposite direction. Lyc. is a right-side medicine; but right-sidedness is not so characteristic as the direction right to left.

(clarke)

Murthy

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: garcot
Bangalore
  
October 7 2008
Thanks Gavin. Lyco is very funny and a strange fellow and a kind of mystic behaviour associated with contradicting imaginations and views about life.

A chilly person, should feel comfortable with a fur coat or a warm bed or a wollen blanket, but why Lyco gets aggravated with these things? and this where Lyco seems to share this behaviour with Pulsatilla.

How about the moods of Lyco Gavin?

Thanks again,
Garcot

"wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy"(Nietszche)

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: gavinimurthy
  
October 8 2008
A drama queen, creating mountains out of molehills. Insecure and hates change. Avoids commitment. Anxious over important events. Deep fear of being alone and of the dark. Forgetful. Finds trivial mistakes disproportionately irritating. Hates being contradicted.

The Lycopodium child: Insecure and shy, though can be dominant and bossy with children they know. Prefers indoor pursuits over outdoors. Conscientious and achiever academically.

http://www.meaningofdreams.org/Dream_Health/constitutiontypes.htm

Murthy

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: girilal
New Jersey USA
  
October 8 2008
Lycopodium right side is based upon liver symptoms mostly and whole remedy reflects liver symptoms. Mind symptoms can always mislead towards lycopodium.

Best bet is
Lyco is a chilly remedy predominantly aggravated by heat.

They feel chilly yet won't feel comfortable in warm environments

and reverse to these symptoms could be Nux Vomica.

girilal

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: garcot
Bangalore
  
October 11 2008
Thanks Gavin for that link. Lyco seems to be full of contradictions.
Example: one feels chilly, but when covers himself with a blanket, feels uncomfortable and throws it away. Feels chilly again, tries covering up again and throws it again. This attitude reflects in most of their physical and mental activities.

Thanks Girilal. I know Lyco is your pet remedy and you should be knowing exactly how it works.

Regards
Garcot

"wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy"(Nietszche)

Re:is Lyco a thirsty or thirstless remedy By: keslerkui@hotmail.com
  
May 27 2012
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