Cashew and amygdalus persica. Homeopathy

Amygdalus persica (Peach)
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Amygdalus persica

1 - () In all types of hypersensitivity diseases peaches, especially the skin of the same. Amygdalus persica SPECIFIC 2 - eye irritation. Loss of smell and taste. P3 - () The gastric symptoms are predominant in all kinds vomiting, morning sickness. Gastric irritation in children, not tolerate any food. Gastric or intestinal irritation when the tongue is sharp and has a red tip and edges. Constant nausea and vomiting.

MENTAL SYMPTOMS OCCIDENTALE Anacardium Anacardium occidentale O Pathogenesis

1 - Weak memory.
GENERAL Anacardium occidentale

2 - State general paralytic. Anacardium occidentale SPECIAL 3 - Tongue swollen and painful. 4 - () The central action of this remedy is the skin. Erysipelas go from right to left. Vesicular eruptions, especially in the face. Umbilicated vesicles, as in smallpox. Almost intolerable itching. Poisoning antidotes poison ivy (Rhus tox.). Warts, corns, hard excrescences, obstinate ulcers. Cracks on the soles of the feet. Anesthetic leprosy.
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Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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