A CASE OF GOUT-COMPARISON BETWEEN COLCHICUM, LEDUM AND BENZOIC ACID

Ready by title, Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., July 23, 1954. ROGER A. SCHMIDT, M.D.   E.J., a 63-years-old Swedish overnourished male, called me March 2nd, 1954. He had been in bed for four days with a recurrence of gout in his left knee. He had been stuffing himself with loads of aspirin, cinchophen and … Read more

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ORTHODOX AND THE HOMOEOPATHIC DIAGNOSTIC VIEWPOINTS AND METHODS OF TREATMENT

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, July 28, 1939. GEORGE W. MAC KENZIE, M.D.   This subject was selected because it was felt that the time was ripe for the general acceptance of the truth regarding the cause and cure of disease. Nothing happens by mere chance. We see the operation of law everywhere, … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

Kaplowe J L GROUP SIX-THE SULPHUR GROUP.   SELENIUM. The provings of Sel. show a marked resemblance to Sulph. Like Sulph. the patient is of a neurasthenic type with weakness and exhaustion physically and mentally. A great urging to lie down and sleep and the aggravation after sleep show the alliance to Sulph. who feels … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

J. L. KAPLOWE, M. D. THE ADDITIONAL GROUP (Heavy Metals).   FERRUM METALLICUM. Ferr. met is characterized by a tendency to rushes of blood, the face changing from pallor to fiery red on the slightest provocation. Red parts may suddenly turn pale, such as the lips, tongue, and mouth. Mucous membranes are pale, and the … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

Read by synopsis before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 17, 1942. J.L. KAPLOWE, M.D.   A study of remedy relationship has several methods of approach, for the similarity between groups springs from several sources. Just as the similarity and the complementary relationship between Belladonna and Calcarea carbonica originates from the abundance of the salts … Read more

DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN BRYONIA AND RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS

[ Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, October 18, 1938]. CHARLES W. HODGKINS, M.D.   The purpose of my paper is to differentiate between Bryonia alba and Ranunculus bulbosus-two purely homoeopathic drugs having no physiological use, the first well known, the latter less so. Yet these two remedies are quite similar as to their general … Read more

RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GEOGRAPHICAL OCCURRENCE OF SOURCE MATERIALS OF HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES AND THE OCCURRENCE OF THOSE DISEASED CONDITIONS WHICH ARE TO BE FOUGHT AGAINST BY THOSE REMEDIES

Translated by P.W. Roberts from the Leipziger Populare Zeitschrift fur Homoeopathie,Vol.62, No.17. MED.R, TROTZ. ,M.D.   At first thought one is inclined to deny that there is any relation between the habitat of the plant, or he occurrence of a metal, and the diseases or symptom picture which can be treated with the material in … Read more

THE RELATION BETWEEN MORPHOLOGY AND DISEASE

[Read before the Kings County Homoeopathic Medical Society, April, 1923.]. Philip Rice, M.D., F.A.,C.S., New York.   “The history of medicine may be said to be the history of the errors of medical doctrine-errors in method and errors in reasoning”. Thus wrote Prof. DeGiovanni, head of the department of clinical medicine in the University of … Read more