Rance et al (2003)  reports symptoms from 42 children (mean age at diagnosis 2.7 years) with cashew nut allergy including urticaria (31 cases, 26%), nonlaryngeal angio-oedema (36 cases, 32%), asthma (eight cases, 7%), rhinitis and rhinoconjunctivitis (nine cases, 8%), oral allergy syndrome (two cases, 2%), vomiting (15 cases, 13%), diarrhoea (one case, 0.8%) and asthenia (one case, 0.8%)
Nguyen and Gern (2003)  report a case in which cashew allergy was mistaken for foreign body obstruction. Subsequently the patient showed cough, stridor and hives.
Hourihane et al. (2001)  report 29 patients with cashew nut allergy aged 1-30 years. 14 reacted to minimal contact without actually eating cashew. 14 reported wheeze and 11 reported collapse or feeling faint.
Garcia et al. (2000)  reported angioedema and urticaria; oral itching, urticaria, wheezing dyspnea and dizziness; generalized erythema, aqueous rhinorhea, dyspnea, dysphagia, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in 3 patients
Shortness of breath, widespread urticaria, angioedema within 20min of eating a piece of chocolate candy containing cashew (Rasanen et al. 1998 )
Angioedema, generalised urticaria in one child (Tariq et al. 1996 )
Anaphylaxis (Strickler et al. 1986 ) and a case of fatal anaphylaxis (Sampson et al 1992 ) reported in reviews of anaphylaxis .
Urticaria, angioedema (Gillespie et al. 1976 )