Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cocculus Indicus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Lancinations in the shoulder-joint, and in the arm, during repose.
Lancinating pains in the arm, proceeding from a wounded finger.
Convulsions of the arm, with retraction of the thumbs.
Paralysis of the arms.
Palpitation of the muscles of the arm.
Pain, as from a bruise, in the bones of the arm, during movement (when lifting them up, and when touching them).
Lameness of the arm (cannot write).
Hot and arthritic swelling of the hands.
Numbness, or heat and cold alternately, of one or other of the hands.
Tingling of hands and paralytic trembling.
Torpor of the hands.
Cramp-like contractions, and starting of the fingers.
Paralysis of the lower limbs, proceeding from the loins.
Drawing tearings in the knees, feet, and toes.
Pain as if from a bruise in the thighs, during movement.
Pain in the heel (os calcis) as if bruised.
Cracking in l. hip-joint.
Cracking of the knees, during movement.
Inflammatory swelling of the knee, with transient lancinations.
Burning sensation in the feet.
Hot and itching swelling of the feet, sometimes in the evening.
Numbness in the feet.
Cold and perspiration of the feet.≡ more ...