THE DISASTROUS TREATMENT OF WOMENS DISEASES

BY PROFESSOR DR. BERNARD ASCHNER. (From the Monthly “Hippokrates”).   THE disastrous treatment of womens diseases by modern specialists cries to Heaven. Countless women are ruined for life by totally unnecessary operations. A lady came to me. She was forty-five years old. When she was forty she suffered from a fibroid tumour of the womb … Read more

CHEMICALS IN FOOD

BY SIR GEORGE NEWMAN, K.C.B., M.D. (Annual Report on the State of the Public Health).   GROSS adulteration has given place to scientific “treatment” of food (sometimes described as ” sophistication”) at the hands of skilled chemists. Whereas fifty years ago it was the rarest thing for a food manufacturer to employ a chemist, now … Read more

HOW TO CURE THE COMMON COLD

BY DR. E PETRIE HOYLE.   BEFORE discussing remedies for a common cold there are two points which I desire to emphasize: FIRSTLY, NEVER SEEK TO ” BREAK A FEVER” with any antipyretic drug, no matter how skilfully advertised and declared to be “quite safe”. Note how many manufacturers declare that their own product is … Read more

HOW TO CURE INFLUENZA

Ellis Barker J   ¬†¬†ONCE more influenza stalks the land. During the last ten years about 200,000 people died in the United Kingdom from influenza and its consequences, while in 1918 the disease slew about 150,000. Orthodox medicine is helpless when faced with it. Doctors give quinine, aspirin, high diet, low diet, nothing but oranges, … Read more

A NATURE CURERS VIEWS ON DIET

BY OLIVE WILSON.   THE subject of dietetics is one which greatly affects all schools of healing, but especially the school of natural therapeutics. In the early enthusiasm of natural healing, men were exhorted to return to natural living, part of the natural living being the consuming of the fruits of the earth. Our early … Read more

HOW TO CURE CANCER

BY DR. EDMUND CARLETON, SURGEON. (Third Article).   CASE 7. CANCER OF THE WOMB.– The vigorous wife of a sturdy farmer was a help meet to her ambitious husband. Together they worked, struggled, saved. When maternity occurred she made short work of it and soon afterward returned to her routine life. The attending physician also … Read more