Anacard. Or.

Anacardium Orientale

 

Grow in the East Indies; the Hindus use the acrid black juice of this nut to burn away moles, warts and other skin complaints. They also use it, mixed with ink, to make on linen. The Arabs used the juice for a number of conditions, such as mental illness, memory loss, and paralysis. Homeopathically, cardol, the juice extracted from the pith between the shell and kernel, is used to make the remedy which is given for “tight” feelings of pain.