BRYONIA ALBA

William Gutman From the Foundation for Homoeopathic Research, Inc., New York. WILLIAM GUTMAN, M.D.   Introductory Remarks. The Hahnemannian anatomical scheme is still the best method to record the symptoms of a proving. From this raw material evolves gradually, though addition of clinical symptoms and observations, the drug picture. However, also in this second stage … Read more

BRYONIA ALBA

William Weaver   AMONG the polycrests we are reviewing in this Seminar of our Country Society, there will be no other remedy presented that is prescribed as often by our Homoeopathic physicians, as Bryonia Alba. Its provings are so diversified, that its applicability to diseases is extraordinary. The symptomatology almost runs the gramut of diseases … 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

BRYONIA AND BELLADONNA-COMPARISONS AND CONTRASTS

  [ Unpublished manuscript found among the papers of Dr. Rushmore]. EDWARD RUSHMORE, M.D.   It would be alike impossible and unsuitable in a paper of this character to include the whole range of action of the remedies proposed for study. Their contrasts in many respects are so marked as hardly to be better expressed than … Read more

COMPARATIVE DRUG SELECTION, BRYONIA ALBA

    H.B.F. JERVIS, VETERINARIAN.   This wonderful polychrest in homoeopathic medicine is very conspicuous by its absence in all allopathic materia medicas; even Finlay Dun spurns all mention of it, and I believe it was dropped from the U.S.Pharmacopoeia about the year 1905. Here is another good remedy that the old school has overlooked, and it … Read more