Cocculus


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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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Cocculus indica, a strong, climbing shrub that grows in Asia, fit Gretchen's case very clearly.
Evaluation of the Antibacterial activity of Cocculus hirsutus.
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.
4 HOMEOPATHY: Some homeopathy practitioners recommend taking the Cocculus 30 remedy twice a day for two days before the day of your flight, as well as during the flight and for two days afterwards.
Lamiaceae Ram tulsi 17 Cocculus hirsutus Menispermacea e Douluch (L.
Cocculus is said to correspond to a sensitive and romantic nature, but one that is easily angered and doesn't tolerate contradiction.
Cocculus, for travel sickness, can cause kidney failure
Tinospora cordifolia (Willd) (Miers ex Hook F & Thoms) is also known as Cocculus cordifolius Dec, Menispermum cordifolium Willd, and Tinospora glabra (N Brum) Merr.
In the woods, snail seed vine, Cocculus carolinus, will be vibrant with drooping, clusters of small, bright red berries.