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Anacardium Occidentale - Back And Neck symptoms

Anacardium, Cashew nut, Anac-oc.

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HPUS indication of Anacardium Occidentale: Itching

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anacardium Occidentale in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



After the head, the neck began to swell,

Stiffness of the muscles of the neck, with tensive pain, especially when moving the head quickly after keeping it still; less during constant motion (after fifty-two hours),

Stiffness of the nape of the neck,

Stiffness and pressive tension in the nape of the neck, in the occiput, and between the scapulae, on waking, both when at rest and in motion,

Painful stiffness of the right side of the neck, two days in succession, early in the morning on waking; he had been lying on that side; the pain was brought on by the slightest motion, and especially upon turning the head towards the painful side (after four to five days),

Painful contractive stiffness on the left side of the neck, close to the occiput; the pain is felt when at rest; it neither interferes with nor is increased by the motion of the head (after two hours),

Dull intermittent pressure, as from a heavy burden, on the right side of the neck and on the top of the left shoulder, apparently in the bone,

Slowly intermittent pressure in the angle formed by the neck and the top of the shoulder,

Cramplike pressure under and near the shoulder-blades, from without inward (after half an hour),

Formication in the shoulder-blades, or sensation as if they had gone to sleep,

Cracking in the scapula upon lifting the arm,

Pain in the right side, near the vertebral column, in the shoulder-blade, as from continually sitting bent,

Tearing stitches near the right shoulder-blade, extending outward,

Violent lancinating pressure close under the left shoulder-blade, without influencing breathing (one and a half hours),

Sharp stitches in the external side of the left shoulder-blade,

Dull stitches in the left shoulder-blade, returning slowly, and causing a tearing pain to extend to all sides,

Fine and dull thrusts in the right half of the external surface of the left scapula externally, at short intervals,

Painful tearing between the scapulae,

Cracking in the cervical vertebrae, when stooping,

Painful stiffness in the back when raising one's self while sitting; the pain disappears when sitting bent,

Rheumatic drawing along the back,

Blunt stitches in the small of the back,

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