Cocculus Indicus - Vertigo, Dizziness symptoms - T.F. AllenIndian 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.
Vertigo, lasting six hours,
Vertigo, as from intoxication, with dulness in the forehead, as if there were a board across the head,
Attack of vertigo, as from intoxication (while sitting, after one hour and three-quarters),
Whirling vertigo on rising up in bed, with inclination to vomit, which compelled him to lie down again,
Convulsive trembling of the head,
Heaviness in the head,
Heaviness and confusion of the head, as after intoxication the preceding day,
Dulness in the head,
Dulness in the head, with cold sweat on the forehead and head, with aversion to food and drink,
Dulness and confusion of the head, aggravated by reading, so that he was frequently obliged to pause in order to understand what he was reading,
Great inclination to sleep, but as soon as he closed his eyes was obliged to open them on account of a most frightful sensation in his brain, like that produced by the most dreadful dreams (after six hours),
Headache, with inclination to vomit, as if he had taken an emetic,
Headache, as if the brain were constricted,
Headache composed of constriction, burning, tearing, digging, and boring,
Feeling as if the brain were rolled up or compressed into a smaller bulk,
Feeling as if the nerves in head were drawn up tightly (after three days),
The head is painful, as if bound up,
It seemed as if his brain were bound together with a band (after six hours),
Severe pressure through the whole head, mostly in the forehead, which is aggravated by reading or reflecting, until there is loss of ideas (after sixty hours),
Severe pressing downward in the whole head, especially in the forehead, aggravated by walking (after six hours and a half),
Pressive headache, as if the brain were pressed together (after five hours),
Sensation as if something heavy were lying upon the head, though without pain,
(Painful shaking of the brain while walking, moving the head, or speaking),
Thinking affects the head very much,
Confusion and Vertigo.
Inclination to vertigo (eighth day),≡ more ...