SOME REMEDIES FOR CHRONIC DISEASES

JOHN WILSON, M.D. Ashland, Kentucky.   Hahnemann states in the Organon, paragraph 203: “Suppression or local disease is the most general cause of chronic disease.” Chronic disease is not possible unless acute disease has been suppressed at some time in the past. Under regular medical treatment every acute disease that occurs from birth to maturity … Read more

Editorial – General Sources Of Diseases

Das N C   EATING HOUSES: These are very powerful sources of disease. Many eating houses are usually kept unclean and dirty. The utensils which are used in these hotels and restaurants generally carry germs of diseases which invade healthy individuals who come there to take food. The servants engaged by restauranteurs are often found … Read more

Editorial – How to Avoid Diseases

Das N C   Disease is to a considerable degree the product of civilization. Divorce of Nature has made human organism susceptible to inroads of Diseases of diverse names. The world is the residence of man and animal but unfortunately the former is a constant prey to the ravages of numberless Diseases while the latter, … Read more

BREAKING THE CHAINS OF CARDIAC AND ARTERIAL DISEASES

Read by title before Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 21, 1951. WM.E.JACKSON, M.D.   Because the factors in the production of heart disease, or simulated heart troubles, are so varied, and, usually, so numerous, they assume the semblance of a chain. A chain is only as strong as the weakest link in that chain. … Read more

Editorial – Mental Causes Of Diseases

Das N C   Some diseases appear as a result of mental causes. Emotional disturbances such as anger, fear, grief, anxiety, worry, etc. cause many diseases of chronic nature. When children are chastised, rebuked, terrified or punished, they often go into convulsions or fall ill with fever, diarrhoea, etc. Irritation and anger in mother causes … Read more

TUBERCULINUM IN NERVOUS DISEASES

[Read by title before Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., July 6, 1950]. H. A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   Kent says:. Persons on the border-land of insanity. It is true that phthisis and insanity are convertible conditions, the one falls in to the other. Many cases that are treated and cured, and phthisis of the lungs has … 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

DIPHTHERINUM IN ACUTE DISEASES OF CHILDREN

Read before Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 12, 1949. H. A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   The dynamic power of the potentized diphtheritic virus may be similar enough in some of the acute diseases of children to effect curative results. In contagious diseases there are some cases that take on a violence such as is seen in … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPY IN SOME NERVE DISEASES

[ From his Nerve Diseases, published by Johannes Sontag, Regensburg, translated by S.W.S.]. APOPLEXY AND ARTERIOSCLEROSIS OF BRAIN. A. ZWEIG, M.D., Neurologist.   Acidum nitricum 10X. to 30X.: Has close relation not only to syphilis, but also to vasomotor disturbances: palpitation and cardiac weakness with irregular pulse, throbbing headache with vertigo and congestion, increased blood … Read more