Anomirta cocculus - Indian cockle - seeds, which contain picrotoxine, a powerful poison

Symptoms Alleviated

The symptoms listed below are alleviated by Cocculus. Click on a symptom to find other remedies which alleviate that particular symptom:

Lack of Appetite
Lack of Appetite Despite Hunger
Breaking into Cold Sweats
Moving Around Aggravates Symptoms
Jarring or Vibration Aggravates Symptoms
Kneeling Aggravates Symptoms
Lifting Things Aggravates Symptoms
Standing Aggravates Symptoms
Travel in Cars, Trains, etc. Aggravates Symptoms
Symptoms Worse at Menopause
Paralysing Pain
Squeezing Pain
Rest Alleviates Symptoms
Being in Bed Alleviates Symptoms
Loss of Sleep Aggravates Symptoms
Sleeplessness Due to Anxiety
Wanting to Drink Large Amounts
Touching Aggravates Symptoms
Firm Pressure Aggravates Symptoms
Talking Aggravates Symptoms
Radiant Heat Aggravates Symptoms
Being Out of Doors Aggravates Symptoms
Dislike of Open Air
Smell of Food Aggravates Symptoms
Aversion to Food in General
Aversion to Food Despite Being Hungry
Aversion to Smell of Food
Brooding, Tendency to Dwell on Things
Delusions, Hallucinations, Overactive Imagination
Ailments Bought on by Grief
Can't Bear to Be Opposed or Contradicted
No Desire to Talk

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Ailments & Diseases Alleviated by Cocculus

  Cervical Problems
  Sleep Problems
  Sleep Problems in Children
  Travel Sickness

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