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Related to Cocculus: Cocculus carolinus, Cocculus Indicus
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Noun1.Cocculus - climbing plants or shrubs
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
family Menispermaceae, Menispermaceae, moonseed family - herbaceous or woody climbers
Carolina moonseed, Cocculus carolinus - woody vine of southeastern United States resembling the common moonseed but having red fruits
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Coculus hirsutus (L.) Cocculus Indicus (Menispeermacea) 36.
A number of species in this family are used as medicinal plants in local herbal treatment as well as proven antimicrobial and antioxidant potential such as Cocculus laurifolius.
Four dogs with head shaking syndrome in addition to seizures were given an additional Cocculus 6C, 3-4 drops orally weekly for 3 months.
Cocculus indica, a strong, climbing shrub that grows in Asia, fit Gretchen's case very clearly.
The debate on food and drink adulteration that raged in the middle decades of the century confirmed the negativity of profit-oriented policies, which led producers and traders to add alum, cocculus indicus, and other dangerous substances to their goods (Burnett, pp.
Patil, "Aphrodisiac and phytochemical studies of Cocculus hirsutus extracts in albino rats," Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction, vol.
Evaluation of the Antibacterial activity of Cocculus hirsutus.
The understory species are mainly Lantana camara and Murraya paniculata, with dispersed Asparagus cochinchinensis, Berchemia lineate, Elaeagnus oldhamii, Maytenus diversifolia, Pteris semipinnata, Lygodium japonicum, Cocculus orbiculatus, and Commelina auriculta.
* HOMEOPATHIC COCCULUS 30C--Donna Kelleher, DVM, author of The Last Chance Dog: True Stories of Holistic Animal Healing and The Proof is in the Poodle, runs a holistic veterinary practice in Seattle, Washington, and offers a membership-based website designed to help teach people about natural treatments for a variety of chronic problems plaguing pets.
Diuretic, laxative and toxicity studies of Cocculus hirsutus aerial parts.