Cajuputum (Oleum Wittnebianum)
Acts like Oil of Cloves. A remedy for flatulence and affections of the tongue. Sense of enlargement. Causes copious diaphoresis. Retrocedent gout. Neuralgic affections not inflammatory. Nervous dyspnea.
Feels much enlarged. As if he could not get himself together (Baptisia).
Persistent sensation of choking. Spasmodic stricture of esophagus. Constricted sensation on swallowing solid food. Tongue feels swollen, fills whole mouth.
Hiccough, on slightest provocation.
Flatulence colic; tympanites (Tereb). Nervous distention of bowels. Urine smells like cat's urine. Spasmodic cholera.
Worse, about 5 am; night.
Compare: Bovist; Nux mosch; Asaf; Ign; Bapt.
First to third potency (5 drops of oil).
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke