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Cocculus Indicus - Generalities symptoms - Hering

Indian Cockle, Cocculus, Coccul, Cocc.


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HPUS indication of Cocculus Indicus: Motion sickness

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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GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Great lassitude of the whole body, it is an exertion to stand firmly.

Sleep

Sleeplessness from night watching; also from pure mental activity.

Sleep disturbed by excessive anxiety and restlessness.

Sleep aggravates all the symptoms, particularly of head.

Anxious, frightful dreams.

Nausea and vomiting

Frequent empty eructations; then she wants to eat.

Nausea which is felt in the head, and inclination to vomit, in morning, can scarcely rise on account of faintness.

Nausea and vomiting when riding in a carriage or getting cold.

Disposition to vomit, with profuse flow of saliva, on getting a chill or taking a cold; also, in connection with headache and pain in the bowels, as if bruised.

Vomit sour; bitter; of bad odor.

Eating and drinking

All symptoms and affections, particularly of the head, increased by eating or drinking.

Coffee aggravates the headache.

Tissues

Emaciation.

Anaemic states.

Gouty pains or cracking in the joints.

Paralysis of inner parts.

Glands burning; pressure from out inwards; hot swelling; cold; stinging.

Contact, Injuries, etc.

Touch 9, 22, 46. Stroking affected part 9. Riding in carriage or sailing 3, 16.

Nerves

Feels to weak to talk loud.

Epilepsy in the morning on rising from bed; fever afterwards.

Hysteric complaints, with sadness.

Paralysis of face, tongue, or pharynx; paraplegia, with numbness and tingling.

Temperature and weather

Cannot bear the cold or warm (open) air.

Getting cold 16. Cold room 8. Cold air 3. Open air 2, 4. Getting warm 2. External warmth 40. Warm room 4. In-doors 3, 4.

Chill, Fever and Sweat.

Chill frequently alternating with heat.

Internal chill in afternoon and evening; attended with shivering through whole body, but more in back and on legs; not relieved by external warmth.

Continuous chilliness, with hot skin.

Dry heat the whole night through.

Flushes of heat, with burning heat of cheeks and cold feet.

Sweat of the body from evening till morning, attended with cold sweat on the face.

Morning sweat principally on the chest.

Sweats over the whole body from the slightest exertion.

Sweat of the affected parts.

Attacks

Every other day 20.

Sides.

Right 9, 18, 19, 28, 32, 34. Left 28. Without inwards 3, 44. Above downwards 33.

Generalities

Paralytic pain; tearing; soreness; digging; or as if beaten in the bones.

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