Hindi - Kakmari, Jarmeh, Netrmal, Hayuber
Sanskrit - Kakdhani, Kakari, Govish
English - Fish berry
Latin - Anamirta cocculus
Marathi - Kakmari, Karvi, Vatoli, Garudphal
Gujrati - Kakphal
Bengali - Kakmari
Persian - Mahijahrj
Fish berry is hot in nature. It is purgative and brings the phlegm out as well as destroys the worms. It is a good remedy for the treatment of skin diseases, sciatica, ascites and epilepsy. It is beneficial in rheumatism and stomach diseases.
A little quantity of fish berry stimulates to the mind and brain. It enhances digestion power and brings the phlegm out. It also brings excessive sweat.
Fish berry should be used in the quantity of 120 to 480 milligrams. Over quantity of it causes ache in the stomach and abdomen. It also may be the cause of retching, vomiting, stiffness and unconsciousness.