Author: Jan Scholten
644.24.13 Garcinia cowa
English: Cowa mangosteen.
Names: Bengal, Thaikal, Tikui, Tikur; Indian, thakra tenga; Assam, Bor thekra, Kiyi, Kuj; Manipur, haibung.
Botany: tall tree; Northeastern Bengal and Assam.
Source: G. Raye.
Physical: > hard pressure.
Head: pain, dull; left temporal bone, extended to the neck; < pressure.
Mouth: bad, putrid taste in the mouth; tongue dirty, coated yellowish white; aversion to food.
Chest: uneasy, sore under sternum, < motion.
Stomach: nausea; frequent belching, belching.
Abdomen: cramping, burning pain, under the left eighth costal cartilage; dull, aching pain in the gall bladder; rumbling; flatulent distension, < eating; flatulent colic; pain ilio-caecal, < pressure; violent, cutting pain, > hard pressure; pinching pain around the umbilicus before stool; spleen diseases.
Rectum: dysentery, amoebic; diarrhoea; stool yellow, green, frequent, scanty, blood, mixed with mucus; great ineffectual straining, > stool; frequent ineffectual urging, never done; anus sore and burning.
Urinary: urine scanty, infrequent, a few drops after the stool; burning urethra < urination: dropsy.