SHAM SCIENCE AND SHAM FOOD

By Ellis Barker J.   THE people throughout the world have revolted against “scientific” medicine, which acts with dangerous subcutaneous injections, dangerous, benumbing and habit-creating drugs given in large doses and unnecessary surgical operations. Millions are turning in disgust from orthodox medicine to homoeopathy, nature cure in every form, drugless treatment, osteopathy, water cure, Christian … Read more

THE LIFE OF HAHNEMANN

Ellis Barker J     HAHNEMANN was one of the greatest geniuses of all times, a wonderful physician, the most successful of his age, and a great pioneer. He was centuries before his time, and may well be compared with Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine. The achievements of Hippocrates and Hahnemann have been ably compared by … Read more

SUCCESS IN TREATMENT WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS

    By DR. PETRIE HOYLE. IT is easy to understand that laboratory verification was impossible “over there”, near the advanced lines, partly because of lack of equipment for such tests, but more so on account of “lack of time” It is gratifying to know that at such time and under heavy pressure snap prescriptions can be … Read more

CANCER, HOMOEOPATHY AND ORTHODOX TREATMENT

  By DR. PAUL CHAVANON. (L Homoeopathic Moderne, Feb. 1933). MR. LOUIS C., fifty years old, furniture remover, was sent to the hospital Saint-Antoine on April 27th, 1926 for constantly increasing hoarseness. He had had no venereal disease, had been a very moderate smoker, and had given up smoking since he noticed the pain in the … Read more

EASY CHILDBIRTH

    By DR. W. YINGLING. From Homoeopathic Recorder, August, 1930. PREGNANCY being a normal condition is, of necessity, a healthful condition, other things and conditions being normal. For those who are not healthy or normal the very best time to restore them to health is while carrying a child. Medicine acts better and more promptly, not … Read more

LONG FASTS FOR HEALTH

  By J.W. ARMSTRONG. BARKERS DERMATITIS was spoken of by one A.J. Atkins, of Llanelly, at a meeting of the A.U.O.B. Confectioners & Kindred Workers at Nottingham somewhere about August 1925. He stated that half the operatives at Llanelly already had the disease and that the other half were expecting to contract it. The scourge had … Read more