THE SUPERIORITY OF HOMOEOPATHY IN VETERINARY PRACTICE

BY H.B.F. JERVIS. (From The Homoeopathic Recorder).   It is a great pleasure I assure you to stand before this Assembly and relate a little of my application of Homoeopathy to the lower animals. The title of this might have been more aptly, Reminiscences of A Convert. The animals, equally with the human subject, deserve … Read more

EVERYDAY USES OF HYPERICUM

BY ASA Z. HALL, M.D. Pleasant Hill, Tennessee. (From the Journal of the American Institute of Homoeopathy).   Hypericum is a common weed known as St. Johns wort, and grows in both Europe and America. Hypericum has usually been considered a remedy of minor importance; but I am convinced that it should be accorded much … Read more

SOME REMEDIES FOR MENORRHAGIA

(FLOODING). BY CLINTON ENOS, M.D. (From The Hahnemannian Gleanings).   HOMOEOPATHY offers wonderful curative results in many menstrual disturbances-but not for all cases. All these patients should have a careful local examination. Sometimes cancers are found. Here internal medication does not cure. I have operated many of these cases and the final results are not … Read more

DISEASES OF THE HEART AND CIRCULATION

BY DR. E. UNSELD. (From Pacific Coast Journal of Homoeopathy). (From introductory lecture to post-graduate course at the Stuttgart Homoeopathic Hospital, Stuttgart, Germany).   Digitalis tincture: Fully developed cardiac insufficiency, The 2x should be used when insufficiency is not fully developed: severe palpitation, restless feeling around the heart with nausea and inclination to vomiting. When … Read more

MORE INTERESTING EYE CASES

By THE Scarlett.   EVEN in these enlightened days new and unorthodox methods are viewed with suspicion. We are slow to accept fresh ideas, and the success of a method has to be demonstrated time and time again before it receives the support of the general public. Surely the success of a method is shown … Read more