PACE OF ACTION OF REMEDIES, IN ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASE

Bellokossy   I CANNOT agree with Kent in maintaining that Sil. has a slow action. Our remedies cannot be divided into slow and quick, long and short acting, chronic and acute. It is not the remedy that acts, it is the body that acts the remedy only pulls the trigger and it is up to … Read more

UNPUBLISHED MATERIAL FROM THE WRITINGS OF CONSTANTINE HERING

[Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 19th,. 1937.] CALVIN B. KNERR, M.D.   Evidently the great-nephew of Dr. C.B. Knerr, author of Knerrs Repertory to Herings Guiding Symptoms, and one of the Editors who carried that great work to completion after the death of Hering; who, a few weeks before his death, said: … Read more

PULSATILLA AS AN “UNLOCKING” REMEDY

┬áRoberts H A   DR. ROBERTS: There is one thing to which I want to call attention. Of course, we all recognize the suppressive conditions that often precede Pulsatilla, but there is one phase that I have found in my repertorial analysis that practically always comes out. Whenever the serums have locked up the patients, … Read more

SOME REMEDIES USEFUL IN ACUTE AND CHRONIC SYNOVITIS WITH INDICATIONS

Grimmer A H   Apis. Gives you a perfect picture of synovitis, especially when it affects the knee. Pains sharp, lancinating, stinging, shoot through the joint; worse from slightest motion. Effusions into joint. Also, a kind of inflammation, which ends in thickening of the serous sac and of the tissues and cartilages about joints, giving … Read more