BRIEF REVIEW OF THE SNAKE REMEDIES

Neiswander H A Read before the Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., July 5, 1950.   There are eight homoeopathic remedies made from the venom of as many different snakes. Although there are more than eight provings of snake venom, these other provings are very fragmentary, and the remedies are not in general use. However, of … Read more

DERMATOLOGICAL REMEDIES IN BRIEF

(Read by title, Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 24, 1949.] CHARLES C. BOERICKE, M.D. H.R. 1950.   The homoeopathic physician knows that the disease lies beyond the external manifestation, that the micro-organism of any disease is simply a physical expression of a subversive force in which the life force in its predisposed weakness has allowed … Read more

DERMATOLOGICAL REMEDIES IN BRIEF

I.H.A. Read by title, Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 24, 1949.   The homoeopathic physician knows that the disease lies beyond the external manifestation, that the micro-organism of any disease is simply a physical expression of a subversive force in which the life force in its predisposed weakness has allowed the disease to enter. Many … Read more

A BRIEF SURVEY OF HOMOEOPATHY

BY KESHAB CH. MUKHERJEE.   Homoeopathy is the system or a method of curing diseases by small quantities of those drugs which excite symptoms in a healthy individual similar to those of the disease. We call a disease as a dynamic influence of some morbific agency inimical to life and when disease permeates the material … Read more

BRIEF COMMENTARIES ABOUT DESIRES AND AVERSIONS

[ Read before Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 27, 1947]. JOSE GILBERT GARCIA, M.D.   In the chapter that refer to the stomach in Kents repertory there are pages that the doctor consults daily. I refer to the paragraphs that mention desires and aversions for food. It seems useless to say that there ought … Read more

A Brief Study Course in Homoeopathy

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, M.D. VII.   PRESCRIBING : POTENCY SELECTION. After thoroughly digesting the first six lectures of this brief course and doing wide collateral reading and studying one should be able to select the most similar remedy. The most similar remedy, however, does not become the simillimum until the potency is adjusted to the plane … Read more

A Brief Study Course in Homoeopathy

ELIZABETH WRIGHT. M.D. III.   KNOW THE PATIENT. “A case well taken is half cured.” one of the masters said. For a good homoeopathic prescription a good deal of information is essential which is not needed in ordinary medicine. The homoeopath must know his patient, spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically and sociologically. He must give as … Read more

A Brief Study Course in Homoeopathy

Elizabeth Wright Hubbard IX. REMEDY: RELATIONSHIPS.   The subject of the relationship of remedies is one of the most fascinating in homoeopathy, and many aspects of it have been developed in the literature. Long before Hahnemann, Paracelsus wrote much on the doctrine of signatures and the old herbalists determined the uses of their remedies party … Read more

A BRIEF STUDY COURSE IN HOMOEOPATHY

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, M.D. IV. KNOW THE REMEDIES.   Theoretically any substance or force may become a homoeopathic remedy. In a large number of instances of so-called physiologically inert substances in the crude state varying degrees of potentization are necessary to bring out the remedial powers. At present no complete list of all homoeopathic remedies exists. … Read more