Author: Jan Scholten
644.34.13 Spirostachys africana
Names: Excoecaria africana; Sapium africanum.
English: Headache tree; African sandalwood; Jumping bean tree; Tamboti.
Content: diterpene esters.
Complaining that the community is superficial.
Impatient, easily angered, < alcohol.
Feels bad about himself.
Delusion: someone in the room.
Indifference about appearance.
Quarrelling with strangers; not cooperating, rude, noxious.
Wants to be alone at home and sit.
Sweat: hands and feet.
Desire: food; sweets; drinks, very thirsty.
Aversion: hot and warm drinks.
Sleep: waking late.
Head: pain, temples, < light.
Eyes: sore, tender; vision blurred, > night when driving; vision diminished, focusing difficult, film over eyes; eyelids sticking, difficult to open.
Nose: smell lost.
Mouth: tongue numb, sides; tongue swollen, sore, < touch; taste diminished; tongue burning, < smoking, chocolate, spicy, salty, toothpaste; stomatitis; gingivitis.
Chest: cancer, sarcoma of breast, metastases, nodules, terrible pains.
Stomach: burning; vomiting, < pyloric orifice obstructed.
Abdomen: heavy, limp, bloated; pain, < anger; something in abdomen; burning.
Rectum: constipation; worms.
Female: milk scanty.
Skin: eruptions, burning; ulcers; fungi infection; tumour; abscess; warts.