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Anamirta cocculus, also known as the fishberry or Indian berry, is a plant species native to India and Southeast Asia. The plant is a woody vine that grows up to 10 meters in length and produces small, yellowish-white flowers.

One of the most interesting features of Anamirta cocculus is its fruit. The fruit is a small, round berry that is bright red when mature. The berries contain a toxic compound called picrotoxin, which is a powerful stimulant and hallucinogen. The berries have been used for centuries in traditional medicine in India to treat a variety of ailments, including snakebites, fever, and digestive disorders.

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