Cocculus Indicus, or Indian Berry, is the poisonous fruit of the Menispermum, L. or Moon-seed, an exotic genus of plants, growing in the southern parts of Europe, whence it is imported. It possesses an intoxicating property, and is on that account too frequently mixed with malt liquors, though such nefarious practice is expressly prohibited by act of parliament. The seeds of this plant ate made into a paste in the Levant, where it is employed as a specific for cutane-ous eruptions.