Lycopus VirginicusBugle-weed, Lycopus
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Lycopus Virginicus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Lowers the blood pressure, reduces the rate of the heart and increases the length of systole to a great degree. Passive hemorrhages ( Adrenalin 6x.)
A heart remedy, and of use in exophthalmic goitre and hemorrhoidal bleeding. Indicated in diseases with tumultuous action of the heart and more or less pain. Hemoptysis due to valvular heart disease. Beneficial in toxic goitre used in the pre-operative stage. Dose, 5 drops of tincture (Beebe).
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Frontal headache; worse, frontal eminences; often succeeded by labored heart
Nosebleed.≡ more ...
Protrusion, pressing, outward, with tumultuous action of heart
Supraorbital pain, with aching in testicles.≡ more ...
Heart; Rapid heart action of smokers
Precordial pain; constriction, tenderness, pulse, weak, irregular, intermittent, tremulous, rapid
Heart’s action tumultuous and forcible
Palpitation from nervous irritation, with oppression around heart
Rheumatoid, flying pains, associated with heart disease
Cardiac asthma (Sumbul).
Heart; palpitations; from exertion≡ more ...
Cough, with Hemoptysis, bleeding small but frequent.
Difficult (dyspnea); after exertion; physical exertion≡ more ...
Profuse flow of liquid, watery urine, especially when the heart is most irritable; also scanty urine
Bladder feels distended when empty
Pain in testicles.≡ more ...
Coldness; upper limbs; hands
Skin; chicken pox (see swelling); lower limbs≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
Wakefulness and morbid vigilance with inordinately active, but weak circulation.≡ more ...