Proving – MATERIA MEDICA – DISEASE

Dr. SACHI MOHAN CHOWDHURI, B.SC. Ex-member of the Homoeopathic State Faculty of Bengal.   Poison has shown the real action of Drug but men have used the poisonous action of drug for killing himself or others from the ancient time. Ayurved (the ancient Indian medical science) says “Poison is the medicine for poison” but it … Read more

HOW DID WE GET OUR HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA

[Lecture on Homoeopathy delivered before the Berlin Academy for Physicians. Translated by S.W.S.]. FRITZ DONNER, M.D.   Ladies and gentlemen: In my previous lecture you learned how with the aid of our great medical treasury we are able to treat our patients individually, and today you expect information as to how we obtained our knowledge … Read more

IS MATERIA MEDICA BASED ON MODERN PHYSICS

Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 23, 1949. C.P.BRYANT. M.D.   According to the Bell Telephone Laboratories, every human being has a fundamental resonant frequency, as has every individual plant. Any variation in amplitude or frequency greater or less than the normal fundamental resonant frequency is disease 3.66 meters, the average wave … Read more

SOME FACTS OF THE MATERIA MEDICA

Morrow H C Sulphur, Hepar calc. sulph. and Sepia are the exceptions; few antipsorics bear repetition.   Sulphur, Calcarea, Syphilinum Tuberculinum, Carbo vegetabilis are sure to cause reaction when well chosen remedies fail to act. This is especially true of Sulphur in acute cases. Moschus acts beneficially when the disorder does not follow its normal … Read more

DIFFERENTIAL MATERIA MEDICA OF NITRIC ACID

Garcia Trevino E   Every time that a physician has a patient before him, whether in the consulting office or at the bedside, there are two problems he must solve, two different studies he has to undertake: to make a diagnosis and to select a remedy. And I say a remedy, diagnosis and to select … Read more

DIFFERENTIAL MATERIA MEDICA

Pulford A & Pulford T   We all meet cases in which data are meager and cases where two remedies may run almost parallel, making discrimination very difficult. In bedfast cases, at times it is almost impossible to discriminate between Bryonia and Rhus and in some chronic cases, between Phos. and Puls. A tubercular case … Read more