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Cocculus Indicus - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Indian Cockle, Cocculus, Coccul, Cocc.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cocculus Indicus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Pain in the hypochondria as from a bruise.

Pressive pain in the hepatic region, aggravated by coughing or stooping.

Shootings in the hepatic region.

Abdominal pains, as if the intestines were bruised, or as from an internal abscess, when moving.

Pressure, as from a stone, in the umbilical region, and in the abdomen.

Sensation in the abdomen, as if it were hollow and empty.

Inflation of the abdomen.

Contractive pinchings in the upper part of the abdomen, with suspension of respiration.

Burning pains, pullings and tearings in the abdomen.

Cramp-like pains in the abdomen.

Hysterical spasms in the abdomen, in women.

Flatulent, cramp. like colic, esp. at night, aggravated by coughing, or by stooping forwards.

Tendency to protrusion of inguinal hernia.


Metallic, copperish taste.

Acid taste of bread.

Bitter taste of tobacco.

Desire for cold drinks, and esp. for beer.

Repugnance to all acids.



Inclination to vomit during a meal, or in consequence of a chill, with abundant accumulation of saliva.

Violent cramp-like pains, squeezing, as if from a claw and cramps in the stomach, sometimes a short time after a meal.

Acid taste, esp. after a meal, or when coughing.

Thirst during a meal.

Excessive loathing of all food and drink.


Eructations with nausea and sticking pains in the pit of the stomach.

Attacks of nausea inducing syncope.


Risings with inclination to vomit.

Inclination to vomit on rising up in the bed, which compels the patient to lie down again.

Vomiting and nausea from the motion of a carriage, or of the sea.


Risings, with pain in the stomach and in the epigastrium.

Frequent empty eructations, leaving a bitter taste in the mouth and throat.

Empty, or fetid and putrid risings.

Sensation of fulness in the stomach, with difficulty of respiration.

Anxious oppression and pinchings in the epigastrium, with difficulty of respiration.

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