Cocculus Indicus

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Coc´cu`lus In´di`cus

n.1.(Bot.) The fruit or berry of the Anamirta Cocculus, a climbing plant of the East Indies. It is a poisonous narcotic and stimulant.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cocculus indicus is often used when the motion causes nausea, even vomiting, but particularly when it comes from seeing moving objects, such as cars or scenery passing by.
* Cocculus Indicus: Paralytic pain in small of back.
If a woman also lacks appetite, tires easily, feels chilly and, possibly, has vertigo, Cocculus indicus is a closer match.
* Cocculus Indicus: Caused by anxiety and bodily restlessness.
Peters prescribed Cocculus indicus, made from an herb called Indian cockle (Peters 1860).