Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anacardium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Weak digestion, with fulness and distension of the abdomen and hypochondriacal humour.
Pressure in the liver.
Colic in the umbilical region, mostly pressive, or dull and shooting, aggravated by respiration; cough and external pressure.
Pain, as if a blunt plug were pressed into the intestines.
Hardness of the abdomen.
Flatulent colic with pinching, and borborygmi in the abdomen, and an inclination to go to stool.
Bitter taste with dryness of the mouth and throat.
Fetid taste in the mouth.
Violent and constant thirst, with sensation as of suffocation when drinking.
Want of appetite.
Weakness of digestion.
Pressure in the stomach, chiefly after a meal, as well as when engaged in thought and mental exertion.
After a meal, commotion in the precordial region at every step.
All kinds of food appear insipid.
After a meal, hypochondriacal humour, heat of face, pressure and tension in the precordial region, in the stomach, and in the belly, inclination to vomit or to go to stool, repugnance to exertion, great fatigue and desire to sleep.
Symptoms disappear after dinner; but begin again in two hours.
In the evening, water-brash and vomiting, followed by acidity in the mouth.
Vomiting of the ingesta, which gives relief.
Symphoricarpus Racemosus Morning sickness.
In the morning, on waking, pressure in the precordial region.
Shootings in the pit of the stomach, chiefly on breathing.
Great thirst, with arrest of breathing while drinking.
Clucking noise and fermentation in the pit of the stomach.
Painful sensation in cardiac end of stomach on walking fast.≡ more ...