Luffa, Lupulus, Lycopodium, Lycopus, Magnesium. Homeopathy

Operculata Luffa (loofah)
Allergic and vasomotor rhinitis. Atrophic rhinitis. Sinusitis. Seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever)

Lupulus (Hops)
Insomnia at night, occasionally associated with drowsiness in the day.

Lycopodium (club moss)
Hepatobiliary Diseases. Diathesis URICA. Anorexia or bulimia. Bloat. Dyspepsia. Feeling of being satisfied with just eating a little. Pale face with yellowish tinge. Gastrocardiaco syndrome. Headache. Intestinal atony. Impotence. Prostate adenoma. Polyuria.

Lycopus virginicus (gypsywort)
Hyperthyroidism with tachycardia and coronary artery disease of the nervous type.

Asparaginicum Magnesium (aspartate MAGNESIUM)
Magnesium is, along with potassium, the most important intracellular cation. Enables the most diverse enzyme systems. It favors the processes of ossification, muscle metabolism, permeability of the membrane and erythropoiesis.

Oroticum Magnesium (orotate MAGNESIUM)
Trace of enzymatic action, especially for liver enzymes.

Magnesium Phosphoricum (Phosphate MAGNESIUM)
Tendency to spasm. Neuralgia. Dismenorea. Spasmodic diathesis. Disorders of dentition (children). States of exhaustion.

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