Nux vomica is a plant. The seed is used to make medicine.
- Erectile dysfunction (ED, impotence).
- Diseases of the stomach and intestines.
- Heart and blood system disorders.
- “Tired blood” (anemia).
- Diseases of the eye.
- Nerve disorders.
- Lung disease.
- Stimulating the appetite.
- Other conditions.
Despite serious safety concerns, nux vomica is used for diseases of the digestive tract, disorders of the heart and circulatory system, diseases of the eye, and lung disease. It is also used for nerve conditions, depression, migraineheadache, symptoms of menopause, and a blood vessel disorder called Raynaud’s disease.
Other uses include treatment of “tired blood” (anemia), as a tonic, and as an appetite stimulant.
Men use nux vomica for erectile dysfunction (ED, impotence).
In manufacturing, nux vomica is used as rat poison. That’s because it contains strychnine and brucine, two deadly chemicals.
Nux vomica is UNSAFE. Taking nux vomica for more than a week, or in high amounts of 30 mg or more, can cause severe side effects. Some of these side effects include restlessness, anxiety, dizziness, neck and back stiffness, spasms of jaw and neck muscles, convulsions, seizures, breathing problems, liver failure, and death.
Special Precautions & Warnings:
No one should take nux vomica, but certain people are especially at risk for toxic side effects. These side effects are especially dangerous if you have any of the following conditions:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Taking nux vomica can harm both mother and child. Don’t use it.
Liver disease: The strychnine in nux vomica can cause liver damage or make liver disease worse. Don’t use it.
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