LYCOPODIUM IN ITS RELATION TO THE MIASMS

Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, Oct.19, 1944. BENNO LIPTON, M.D.   It has been said that a physician who knows how to apply Lycopodium is already a good homoeopath. Therefore, it always intrigued me to live up to this statement. But Lycopodium proved rather reluctant to give up its secrets to me. Naturally, I … Read more

PSORA IN RELATION TO NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES AND FOOD TOXEMIAS

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Philosophy, June 18, 1940. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   Hahnemann in his Chronic Diseases defines psora as follows:. Psora is that most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet most misapprehended chronic miasmatic disease which for many thousands of years has disfigured and tortured mankind. Just as tedious as syphilis … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND ITS RELATION TO ORTHODOX MEDICINE

     Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, MAy 16, 1939. J.L. KAPLOWE, M.D.   In recent years the writings of various great men in the field of medicine show beyond a doubt that they feel, at least unconsciously, the truth of the homoeopathic teachings and philosophy. When we read that they believe that the suppression of … Read more

A BRIEF COMPARATIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF SOME OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC POLYCHRESTS IN RELATION TO PSYCHOPATHIC DISTURBANCES

[ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 17, 1938.]. B. B. RAY CHOWDHURI., M.D.   Allow me to thank you for the privilege and opportunity of presenting a paper before such a learned gathering this evening. The subject I have chosen is rather deep and comprehensive one, and my shortcomings are many; so … Read more

APIS MELLIFICA ITS RELATION TO SIMILAR DRUGS

BY DR. FREDERICK KOPP. (From The Homoeopathic World, 19..).   IT is the remedy that most closely simulates the symptoms of the disease to be treated that is most successful. If we fail, it is not the fault of Homoeopathy, but ours in that we did not select the remedy that was most closely homoeopathically … Read more

THE VALUE AND RELATION OF DIET TO OUR HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES

  Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1931. ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Homoeopathy is so rich in remedial agents that often its practitioners tend to rely on their drugs alone, and to disregard hygiene and other adjuvants to cure. Especially do they fail to work out diets in detail for their patients. It … Read more

THE RELATION OF ACUTE DISEASES TO THE CHRONIC MIASM

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 1931. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   It seems to be the universal tendency for Hahnemannian to fall into the work of treating chronic diseases almost to the exclusion of acute work. There is hardly a Hahnemannian in practice thirty years who has not succumbed to the spell … Read more

THE HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF METASTASES OF RHEUMATIC FEVER IN RELATION TO THE HEART

   Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 1931.   Last year I prepared a paper on acute rheumatic fever and its Homoeopathic treatment. I said then that it would be desirable to have a sequel to that paper in the homoeopathic treatment of metastases of rheumatic fever in relation to the heart. … Read more

A STUDY OF HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN RELATION TO RHEUMATIC TROUBLES

    H.A.ROBERTS, M.D.   Rheumatic troubles are a large part of the work of the general practitioner. We may have out own ideas as to the metabolism causing rheumatic disturbances; these should be considered in each individual case and treated with due regard to the dietetic and hygienic care, but after all is said and done, … Read more

A STUDY OF HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN RELATION FOR TO RHEUMATIC TROUBLES

  H.A.ROBERTS, M.D. GUAIACUM OFFICINALIS.   Guaiacum is useful in rheumatic affections, especially after the abuse of mercury; in rheumatism with contraction of tendons or fibrous tissues; in the growing pains of children; in women suffering from rheumatism when associated with ovarian and menstrual irregularities; when ther is a tendency for alternating tonsillar and rheumatic troubles. … Read more