Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Anacardium Occidentale

THE difference is one raised in Asia (orientale) and the
other one rased in America
Anacardium Occidentale. Textually in the Materia Medica
from John Henry Clarke
Cashew Nut. (West Indies.) N. O. Anacardiaceæ.
Tincture of the black juice between outer and inner shell.
(This nut is kidney-shaped, that of Anac. orient. is heart-shaped.)

Clinical.─Corns. Erysipelas. Imbecility. Itching. Paralysis. Rhus poisoning. Ringworm. Small-pox. Warts.

Characteristics.─The effects of the Cashew nut are known through instances of poisoning. It acts powerfully on the skin, causing erysipelas, blisters, and swelling, and has been used as an antidote to Rhus poisoning. The juice has been used locally as an applications to corns, warts, hard excrescences, ringworms, and obstinate ulcers. It causes weakness of memory and mind like A. orient. General paralytic state. Tongue painfully swollen. Vesicular eruption, on face especially. Itching almost intolerable; umbilicated vesicles as in small-pox. The erysipelas spreads from left to right, and it cures erysipelas spreading from right to left; Rhus t. cures cases spreading left to right.
M. M. John Henry Clarke.
Mentally can apply like Anacardium....

Medicina Homeopatica Behhil

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