A CURE OF DISSEMINATED SCLEROSIS

By Ellis barker j.   ACCORDING to the textbooks of orthodox medicine, disseminated sclerosis, formerly called creeping paralysis, is quite incurable. The unfortunate victims of this disease are perfunctorily treated with electricity, massage, injections, Arsenic, etc., which do no good; or they are told, very gently, that nothing can be done for them. Homoeopathy does … Read more

DIETETIC OBSESSIONS

By BERTRAND P. ALLINSON, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (From The Vegetarian News).   THE B.B.C. have recently issued a pamphlet called The Days Food, The Days Food : Six Months to Five Years. Issued in connection with the Series of Morning Talks on “Weaning and After” to be broadcast by Doctors. British Broadcasting Corporation, 2d. which has … Read more

HOW TO STUDY HOMOEOPATHY

By THE DIRECTOR OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PUBLISHING CO.   DURING thirteen years charge of the Homoeopathic Publishing Company I have witnessed a great increase of public interest in the science and practice of Homoeopathy. It is a regular part of the business to reply to requests for information as to the method of studying Homoeopathy. … Read more

THE STAFF OF LIFE

McCance R A   THE newspapers have printed large and expensive advertisements in praise of bread, worded as follows:-. IN SICKNESS and IN HEALTH-BREAD IS ALWAYS THE FIRST FOOD. Soon as solid nourishment can be taken, bread-and-butter is at once prescribed-BREAD to restore exhausted energy, to renew vitality. Easily digested, giving all its goodness to … Read more