CLINICAL REFLECTIONS

Quoted from “The Organon”, a quarterly Anglo-American journal of Homoeopathic medicine, etc., January 7th, 1878. By ADOLPHE LIPPE, M.D., Philadelphia.   THE Clinical experiment is our ultimate test. If we violate any (even the least well-known) rules which should always guide us in our therapeutics, we have no right to expect that favourable success which … Read more

SOME REMEDIES OF DISEASES OF THE NOSE

Tyler M L See Pointers No. I, “COLDS” for catarrhal conditions.   WITH INDICATIONS. Sulphur. Troublesome catarrhal affection of nose. Smell before nose as of an old catarrh: odours make him sick. Smells his catarrh, and thinks others smell it. Smell of this, or of filthy things, nauseates. Fluent coryza like water trickling from nose: … Read more