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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Weakness and loss of strength, after the least bodily fatigue, movement, or the interruption of sleep.
Obstinate inclination to sleep in the morning.
Sleeplessness on account of anxiety and bodily restlessness.
Sleep retarded in consequence of a great flow of ideas.
Half sleep, like coma vigil.
Sleep interrupted by frightful anguish and inquietude.
During sleep, starts, cries, convulsive movements of the hands, of the eyes, and of the head.
Vivid dreams, exciting fear.
Fear of ghosts at night.
Sleep unrefreshing, with frequent waking.
Cramps and convulsions of the limbs, and of the whole body, sometimes induced by ulcers, or by wounds, painfully sensitive to the touch, or on using the parts affected.
Pullings and paralytic tearings, by fits, or continuous, in the limbs and in the bones.
Paralytic immobility of the limbs, with drawing pains in the bones.
Convulsive movements of the muscles in different parts.
Aching, digging pains in the limbs.
Pains, as from a bruise, even in the internal organs.
Sensations of hollowness; as if bruised in outer parts; same in bones; numb feeling of outer parts; sensation as if single parts had gone to sleep.
Affections of the r. hypochondrium (particularly of the liver); inner hypogastrium, inner forehead, back, upper arm, bones of the arm.
Aversion to open air; hysterics; paleness of the skin, red spots; shuddering in general.
Sensation of hollowness or of constriction in the internal organs.
Painful sensibility of the limbs to the slightest touch.
Painful stiffness and crackings in the joints.
Rheumatic pains, with hot swelling of the parts affected.
Attacks of gout, with swelling of the affected parts.
Shooting pains in lymphatic swelling.
Engorgement and induration of the glands.
Convulsive movements of the limbs and of the muscles, as in St. Vitus' dance.
During the convulsive fits, face red, puffed, and hot.
Trembling of the limbs.
Attacks of epilepsy.
Paralysis, chiefly semi-lateral, with insensibility of the parts affected.
Aggravation of the sufferings by sleep, speech, drinking, and eating, but esp. on taking coffee or smoking tobacco, as well as by cold air.
Hysterical spasms, with anguish.
Want of vital energy.
Numbness, sometimes of the hands, sometimes of the feet, in transient fits.
The open air is insupportable, whether it be warm or cold.
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