Vertigo

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Vertigo:

  • Catnip
  • Ginger Root
  • Licorice Root
  • Peppermint Leaf
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Rehmannia Root
  • Valerian Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Vertigo

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Shanshi) — ‘Classified as a narcotic hallucinogen (giving flight sensations). The LD50 for the leaves is 3.75 mg/kg, mature fruits 1.55, and green fruits 0.45 mg/kg. Frequent symptoms of intoxication include stupor, vertigo, convulsion.

Gastrosis (f; CAN; MIC; PHR); Gingivosis (f; PHR); Gout (f; CRC); Headache (f; CRC); Hepatosis (f; JLH); High Blood Pressure (1; APA; WO2; ZUL); Incontinence (f; CRC); Induration (f; JLH); Infection (1; CRC; EFS; FNF); Insomnia (1; APA; PHR); Lice (1; WO2); Lumbago (f; CRC); Malaria (f; CRC; SUW); Melancholy (f; CRC); Mycosis (1; WO2); Nervousness (1; APA; MPI; PHR; WO2; ZUL); Neurasthenia (f; CRC); Nicotinism (f; APA); Ophthalmia (f; CRC); Orchosis (f; JLH); Pain (1; KAP; ZUL); Paralysis (f; KAP); Respirosis (f; ZUL); Rheumatism (f; APA; CRC; KAP); Rickets (f; CRC); Scirrhus (f; JLH); Scrofula (f; CRC); Snakebite (f; SUW); Sore (f; JLH); Sore Throat (f; KAB); Splenosis (f; JLH); Stomachache (f; APA; MIC); Swelling (f; KAP); Teething (f; APA); Tuberculosis (1; MPI); Tumor (f; JLH); Typhoid (f; CRC); Ulcer (f; CAN; PHR); Uterosis (f; JLH); Vaginosis (f; JLH); Varicosis (f; APA); Vertigo (f; CRC); Water Retention (f; EFS; KAP).

Catnip, Ginger Root, Licorice Root, Peppermint Leaf, Pumpkin Seed, Rehmannia Root, Valerian Root

Dermatosis (f; APA; PHR; PH2; PNC); Dropsy (f; MAD); Dysmenorrhea (f; APA; CRC; HHB; PNC); Dyspepsia (f; APA; MAD; PHR; PH2; PNC); Eczema (f; APA); Fibroid (f; CRC; JLH); Flu (f; APA); Gas (f; CRC); Gastrosis (f; MAD; PHR); Gout (f; CRC; MAD; PNC); Headache (f; APA; CRC); Hepatosis (f; CRC; PHR; PH2); Induration (f; CRC; JLH); Inflammation (f; APA); Itch (f; PNC); Jaundice (f; MAD); Nephrosis (f; MAD); Neurosis (f; CRC; MAD); Polyp (f; JLH); Polyuria (f; PHR; PH2); Scirrhus (f; JLH); Spasm (f; CRC); Splenosis (f; MAD); Syncope (f; CRC; MAD); Tonsilosis (f; MAD); Tumor (f; CRC); Uterosis (f; CRC); Vertigo (f; CRC); Wound (f; APA).

Systremma (f; FAY); Tumor (1; APA; LAF); Ulcer (1; FNF; KEB); Uterosis (f; FAY); Vertigo (f; APA; LAF; WHO); Virus (1; APA; LAF; PNC); Wound (f; FAY).

constituents, uterine stimulation, and reputed affect on the menstrual cycle, its use in pregnancy and lactation is to be avoided. Ingestion or application of mitogenic berries (roots agglutinating but not mitogenic) to broken skin may induce hematologic changes and eosinophilia. Overdose of tea may cause abdominal cramps, diplopia, drowsiness, hematachezia, hematemesis, hypotension, tachycardia, vertigo, watery diarrhea, and weakness. Poke root may also induce convulsions, dyspnea, spasms, and death (CAN; FEL).

Catnip

Ginger Root

Licorice Root

Peppermint Leaf

Pumpkin Seed

Rehmannia Root

Valerian Root

Wormgrass has been used for poisoning humans; the toxic effects are similar to those of strychnine (CRC). Side effects of S. marilandica include increased heart action, vertigo, convulsions, and possibly death (FAD).