This is also called as Motion Sickness or Sea Sickness.
This common problem, particularly seen in children, is caused by repetitive stimulation of the labyrinth of the ear.
It occurs frequently at sea and in cars, but may occur on horseback or on less usual forms of transport such as camels or elephants.
Nausea, sweating, dizziness,vertigo and profuse vomiting occur, accompanied by an irresistible desire to stop moving.
Cocculus Indicus: main medicine for travel-sickness; nausea from ridding in car, boat etc., or from looking at boat; Aggravation on taking or becoming cold.
Nux Vomica: vomiting from least motion; disordered stomach before or during journey; nausea and urging to vomit.
Petroleum: ailments from riding cars, carriages or ships; vertigo on rising, felt in occiput; violent nausea with cold sweat; diarrhea after riding in a carriage.
Tabacum: sea-sickness with a terrible faint and sinking feeling at pit of stomach; incessant nausea; worse from smell of tobacco smoke; vomiting on least motion; deathly nausea, death like pallor.
Theridion: vertigo with nausea and vomiting on least motion; particularly on closing eyes, and on leaving the recumbent position, cannot lift his head up; worse from least noise which increases vertigo.
|COCCULUS INDICUS 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1014552||8907460145529|
|NUX VOMICA 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1031752||8907460317520|
|PETROLEUM 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1033252||8907460332523|
|TABACUM 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1042652||8907460426529|
|THERIDION 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1043952||8907460439529|
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