THE GRAPHITES PATIENT

BY DR. HARVEY FARRINGTON. Mid-West Hom. News Journal, Nov., 1932.   The typical Graphites patient suffers as a rule from some from of skin trouble. Even when there are no eruptions, the skin is rough, dry and poorly nourished. Every little scratch or abrasion tends to ulcerate and healing takes place slowly. It become raw … Read more

TROUBLES OF THE CHANGE OF LIFE

BY DR. DOROTHY SHEPHERD.   As we are on the subject of life headaches, my mind recalls the case of another victim of this distressing complaint of the “foolish forties”. She had very exacting work to do which demanded close mental application. One hot Summer she was extremely bothered with bursting headaches, which she described … Read more

HEART DISEASE

BY DR. C. P. EMERSON.   “Many fairly normal persons with symptoms suggesting heart trouble are sure they have a serious heart disease; and many with serious heart disease have no symptoms suggesting heart trouble. The patients with real cardiac trouble suffer mostly from weakness, shortness of breath, cough, swelling of the feet, and disturbance … Read more

PAINFUL MENSTRUATION

BY DR. Petrie Hoyle.   (3) Actea racemosa (3x to 30th). This remedy is called Cimicifuga racemosa in U.S.A It is of American- Indian origin. It is called Squaw root, not without reason. Homoeopathy reduced its Indian reputation to an exact knowledge by testing it on volunteer provers of both sexes, when it was found … Read more

ANAEMIA AND PERNICIOUS ANAEMIA

BY M. BEDDOW BAYLY, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Medical World, December 15th, 1933).   [Both anaemia and pernicious anaemia are currently treated with large daily quantities of liver and liver extracts. In an important article, contributed to Medical World, Dr. Bayly criticizes the liver treatment and suggests an alternative. His long and important article had to be … Read more

THE BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF DISEASE

BY DR. G. MADAUS.   IN September 1933, all the German medical journals published a proclamation by Dr. Wagner, the recognized head of the German medical organizations, addressed to all the doctors who endeavour to cure the sick biologically. “Although medical science has developed mightily and has give us many means for healing the sick, … Read more