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She recommends a homeopathic treatment: one pellet of Cocculus, given shortly before travel.
China-berry] E I 4093 MENISPERM ACEAE Cocculus carol in us (L.
Hence, the present study aim to evaluate the effect of methanolic extracts of Cocculus hirsutus, Cassia occidentalis and Datura metel against the malarial parasites, Plasmodium berghei and malarial vector, Anopheles stephensi.
Cambial variant and xylem structure in the stem of Cocculus hirsutus (Menispermaceae).
Li) Arcangelisia gusanlung 1/4 Anamirta cocculus (L.
But if he had,he might have tried Cocculus, whichWendy swears by for travel sickness and sea sickness.
Use cocculus every 12 hours if your sleep is disturbed.
He also added cocculus for jet lag and travel sickness, ledum for insect bites and wounds, nux vomica for indigestion, hangovers and constipation, pyrogen for infections like septicaemia, rhustox for sprains and calendula for cuts.
Other homeopathic remedies that may help people with SCI include Arnica, Cocculus, Natrum sulph, Aurum metallium, Heleborus, Aconitum, and a combination remedy called Traumeel.
Jamtine N-oxide (5) was isolated from Cocculus hirsutus (Uddin et al.
It contains Cocculus 3X, Conium 2X, Ambria 5X, and Petroleum 7X.
For instance, roots of Cocculus hirsutus was used to treat a single ailment, namely, sexual weakness in males (Serial Number 1).
COCCULUS Commonly used for sick headaches, vertigo and nausea, Cocculus has great use in occipital headaches associated with menstruation, nausea or vomiting.
Cocculus Indicus: Caused by anxiety and bodily restlessness.
Cocculus - Dizziness associated with a headache and nausea; extreme sensitivity to motion; sickness when travelling in a car or boat; feeling of congestion in the head, pressing or bursting with whirling and sickness.