EUPHRASIA, THE HERB FOR EYE TROUBLES

BY Ellis Barker J. EUPHRASIA is a valuable herbal remedy which has been employed by the people since time immemorial. Dr. Clarke writes in his Dictionary of Materia Medica:. “According to Grauvogl, the signature of a black spot in the corolla which looks like the pupil, marked Euphrasia as an eye medicine to the ancients, … Read more

FEVER BLISTERS AND SWEATING FEET

BY DR. Petrie Hoyle.   I HAVE recently read a medical discussion in which a celebrated allopath declared to his colleagues that they (the allopaths) did not know how to cure trifling troubles, such as “fever Blisters” and “Sweating Feet” and “Corns”. Said the speaker: “We (allopaths) simply laugh at fever blisters and if we … Read more

A FEW INTERESTING CASES

BY DR. SUDHIR KUMAR BOSU ROY CHOUDHURY, B.Sc. (Cal.), M.D. (Orient), Khulna. (From The Hahnemannian Gleanings, August, 1935).   S.N.B., aged about 40, was attacked with Gonorrhoea a few years ago. The discharge was suppressed by injections. After a year or so he complained of a burning pain in his stomach. This pain was almost … Read more

NOSE BLEEDING AND ITS TREATMENT

BY DR. LEO BONNIN, Berlin-Halensee.   INNUMERABLE are they who all their lives have to suffer without any apparent cause from the inconvenience of sudden bleeding at the nose. Naturally, the person taken unawares by such haemorrhage for the first time, will be scared and imagine, maybe, some dreadful complaints has befallen him. It is, … Read more

NUTRITION AND NATIONAL HEALTH

BY MAJOR – GENERAL SIR ROBERT MCCARRISON, C.I.E., M.D., D.Sc., LL.D., F.R.C.P.   MEDICAL men, chemists and others have written books and pamphlets on nutrition since the time of Hippocrates, two thousand three hundred years ago. Most of these publications are of very little, if of any, value. some of the dieticians have based their … Read more

RHEUMATISM

BY DR. DOROTHY SHEPHERD.   A VARIETY of remedies have been mentioned which cure different forms of rheumatism; but there are many more medicines, which cure this disease homoeopathically. Their number indeed is very extensive: Kents Repertory gives 118 different names under the rubric “Rheumatism” so you see homoeopathic doctors are well supplied with drugs … Read more

A STUDY OF SANGUINARIA

BY PROF. WM. E. LEONARD. (From The Homoeopathic Recorder, July, 1890).   THIS drug, Sanguinaria canadensis, the blood root, is closely allied to its botanical relatives, Opium and Chelidonium. It is indeed, a lesser opium, depressing the cerebral functions, causing stupor, irresistible desire to sleep, frightful dreams, while, like Chelidonium, it produces constant pain in … Read more