THE REFORM OF THE HEALING ART

  By DR. ERWIN LIEK, DANZIG. TWO years ago the great surgeon, August Bier, wrote significantly in the Munch. Med. Woch: “I am a practicing physician and a professor of surgery,” in justification of the fact that he had occupied himself with homoeopathy and the medicinal treatment of disease, for which he had been blamed. This … Read more

Dr BACHS TWELVE REMEDIES FROM A LAY POINT OF VIEW

 By MISS N. WEEKS. (First Article). WITH these remedies it is possible for many to help themselves and others in times of sickness, and to keep their health without fear of relapse for, instead of requiring a trained knowledge of disease, all that is needed is the knowledge of the characters of those around us … Read more

THE STORY OF MEISSONIERS DOG

Meissonier     ON January 6th, 1888, The Times printed an anonymous letter regarding the homoeopathic cure of a little dog belonging to the celebrated painter Meissonier, which was accompanied by a testimonial signed by the great Meissonier and his painter son. We read under the heading “Odium Medicum”:. SIR, In the present controversy on this … Read more

NEW HEARTS FOR OLD HOW I GREW A NEW HEART

  By JAMES HENRY COOK. WHEN I was twenty-two I received simultaneously two communications by post. One, from an Insurance Company, was a printed notice to the effect that my application for life insurance had been refused. The other was in the neat handwriting of a doctor whom I had previously visited, asking if I would … Read more

SNAKE VENOMS IN SERIOUS DISEASE

 By DR. WALLACE McGEORGE. From Homoeopathic Recorder, June, 1925. IN Hahnemanns Materia Medica Pura we find provings of snakes or vipers. To Constantine Hering, my grand old teacher, homoeopathy is indebted for the first proving of Lachesis, in 1827; to him are we also indebted for the first proving of Crotalus horridus, the rattlesnake, in … Read more