THE IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT NAJA TRIPUDIANS WITH COMMENTS

Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., July 22, 1954. WILBUR K. BOND, M.D.   Naja is one of the snake poison remedies which to me is one of the most important. It is best potentized from the pure cobra venom coming from India. It might be easily confused with Lachesis unless one were … Read more

COMMENTS ON HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES USEFUL IN CARDIAC DISEASES

Read by title before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 21, 1951. RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D.   Heart diseases are commonly associated in the minds of physicians with such drugs as Digitalis, Nitroglycerin, Amyl nitrite, Quinidine sulphate, Theophylline, etc.; but Hahnemannian homoeopaths, although employing these drugs, are more likely to use at least three … Read more

COMMENTS ON LITTLE USED REMEDIES

     Read before the Homoeopathic Laymens League of New York, Nov. 5, 1948. RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D. The untiring work of Samuel Hahnemann and that of his friends and the adherents to his principles produced provings of many remedies which have eve since served his modern disciples. Through clinical experience these early provings have been verified … Read more

VERIFICATIONS AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland Read before I.H.A. Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940.   Scattered through these verifications the reader will find an occasional symptoms which may not be found in the provings but because of its association is to pertinent to let pass. Many such symptoms are found in clinical experience which are invaluable … Read more

COMMENTS AGAINST EUTHANASIA

This is the first of two articles on the subject of Euthanasia. The second will appear in an early issue. CARL S. FRISCHKORN, M.D.   Again bobs up the specious claim for a permissive statute to legalize killing of the extremely sick – ultra-modernly assuming it to be humane and right, when such a patient … Read more

CASE REPORTS COMMENTS ON SOME USUAL OFFICE TYPES

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June, 1944. JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   There is nothing new in this paper; it is just an attempt to depict some aspects of the office work which comes to the homoeopathic prescriber because he has a reputation of doing things differently and of welcoming patients apparently uninteresting … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Stuart Close   Abandon Homoeopathy! – In perusing the editorials in the April, 1910 issue of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, the July issue of the Drugless Phlebotomist and a copy of the transactions of the I.H.A., we find three indisputable reasons why every Hahnemannian homoeopath should renounce his faith in “moonshine” and embrace all that is … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   Rochester, the Magnificent. To many people, Rochester, New York, is known as the home of the Kodak and so it is. To others, the city is known as one of beautiful homes, broad avenues, stately trees and flowers. Its nurseries are justly famous. Twenty-five years ago Rochester was, homoeopathically considered, the … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   Thoughts and Random.– There are many things in homoeopathy which need explaining; homoeopathic prescribers frequently get marvelous results but know not how or exactly why they get them. Many an old-time homoeopathic physician made a remarkable cure but did not know what he had really cured, for he was long on … Read more