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Cocculus Indicus - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Indian Cockle, Cocculus, Coccul, Cocc.

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HPUS indication of Cocculus Indicus: Motion sickness

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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.




Irresistible inclination to sing and tra la; a kind of mania,


Cheerful and contented,

After a few hours, he became lively and jocose,

Frolicsome, contented, joyous; he became witty and jocose,

Earnest and little concerned as to his own health; he is very anxious about other's sickness,

Extremely earnest, after which he breaks out into complaints,


Constant sad thoughts, as though he had suffered an insult,

She is absorbed in the saddest thoughts, and affronts sink deep into her heart,

Thoughts directed to an unpleasant object; she is absorbed in herself, and notices nothing about her,

Despairing mood,


Anxiety, ; (after six hours, and third day),

Anxiety concerning the curability of a slight complaint, in the morning,

Anxiety, as if she had committed a great crime,

Great anxiety, as though he had done some evil (after twenty-nine hours),

Frightful anxiety, like a dream, which prevented every attempt to sleep,

Sudden excessive anxiety,

Hypochondria, especially in the afternoon,

Overpowered with the most frightful fearfulness, which increased every second (soon after),

Excessive sensitiveness (after twenty-four hours),

Very sensitive mood; everything worries him,

Excessive irritability of mind, every trifle offends him,

Extremely inclined to be offended, the slightest trifle offends her (after one hour),

She is offended at the slightest circumstance, often to weeping, with contraction of the pupils; after weeping, loss of appetite,

Very much affected and offended by slight obliquities and untruths of others,

Everything makes him angry and peevish,

She is easily angered, takes everything in bad part (after twenty-four hours),

Great dissatisfaction with himself,

He has no desire, and takes pleasure in nothing,

No pleasure in anything, desire for nothing,

Time passes too rapidly, several hours seem as short as one hour,

No desire to work,

Distracted (loss of memory); he easily forgets of what he has just thought,

She sits in deep thought,

Stupidly dumb (after six hours),

Stupefied (after six hours),

Overpowering stupefaction as from sleep, while awake (coma vigil),

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