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Sriram B. S.*, Dr. Ravichandra V., Dr. Patanjali K. V., Dr. Rajendra Holla, Dr. Chandrashekharayya H. H.


Homeopathy is the second most practiced system of medicine in the world next to the modern medicine. Chronic cases can be managed well without any adverse drug effects. Thus majority of people are seeking treatment with homeopathy for its gentle and beneficial actions Interesting aspect about homeopathic treatment is, it is independent of age groups and based on nature, duration and frequency of illness the right potency is selected before the establishment of diagnosis. At the current situation, numerous preclinical and cell line studies are conducted in which beneficial aspects of homeopathy has been found. Lycopodium clavatum commonly known as club moss or ground pine is the most widespread species in the genus lycopodium of lycopodiaceae family. In Homeopathy mainly Spores of lycopodium are used for preparation of mother tincture Whole plant is enriched with medicinal properties and pharmacological studies has shown that decoction of the plant possess mainly analgesic, antirheumatic, carminative, hepatoprotective activities. This review attempts to understand its properties in context of homeopathic and pharmacological background.

Keywords: Homeopathic medicine, Lycopodium clavatum, Spores, Pharmacology.

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