RELATIONSHIP OF PLUMBUM TO MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Read before Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 26, 1952. Acknowledgment is made to the George Harrington Fund-R.W.S. RAY W. SPALDING, M.D.   Plumbum is a remedy adapted to diseases of spinal or cerebro spinal origin. Violent contractions and retractions worse at night characterize. In the limbs there is stinging, tearing, tingling, and twitching, with … Read more

THE PROBLEM OF SOUL BODY RELATIONSHIP IN PRESCRIBING

[ Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., June 20, 1951]. EDWARD C. WHITMONT, M.D.   Long clinical experience has conclusively proven that for the homoeopathic treatment, regardless of the type of the illness, the characteristic emotional and mental traits of the patient himself represent the most practical guide towards the selection of the … Read more

RELATIONSHIP OF THE BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN TO HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING

Julia M Green Read before The Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., July 4,1950.   Children are entirely honest and frank. Their natural behavior does not admit of subterfuge, flattery or exaggeration. They are true to what they observe, what they see, hear, touch, etc. Granted they are mimics and through this means of development learn much … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

Kaplowe J L GROUP SIX-THE SULPHUR GROUP.   SELENIUM. The provings of Sel. show a marked resemblance to Sulph. Like Sulph. the patient is of a neurasthenic type with weakness and exhaustion physically and mentally. A great urging to lie down and sleep and the aggravation after sleep show the alliance to Sulph. who feels … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

J. L. KAPLOWE, M. D. THE ADDITIONAL GROUP (Heavy Metals).   FERRUM METALLICUM. Ferr. met is characterized by a tendency to rushes of blood, the face changing from pallor to fiery red on the slightest provocation. Red parts may suddenly turn pale, such as the lips, tongue, and mouth. Mucous membranes are pale, and the … Read more

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES

Read by synopsis before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 17, 1942. J.L. KAPLOWE, M.D.   A study of remedy relationship has several methods of approach, for the similarity between groups springs from several sources. Just as the similarity and the complementary relationship between Belladonna and Calcarea carbonica originates from the abundance of the salts … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN ITS RELATIONSHIP TO HUMAN BEHAVIOUR

By DR. W.S. PATRICK.   How many of us realize the significance of the Homoeopathic Science and Art? and what exactly we are doing when we give to out patients that remedy which covers All his symptoms?. The Sulphur patient “goes home, takes a bath and puts on a clean shirt”; the Chamomilla child becomes … Read more

Isopathy and Homoeopathy Their Relationship

W.W. YOUNG, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Not infrequently there arises in the student mind the question as to whether there is any relationship between isopathy and homoeopathy and the same question is often brought up in discussion among physicians. One and all sense that there is something in common possessed by both. Yet there as … Read more

Relationship Of Pathology And Symptomatology To Homoeopathic Prescription

Hinsdale A E   In the development of this subject I desire to start with two propositions which are so apparent that their truths cannot be questioned. One of these is that every substance which we call a drug or a medicine produces a reaction when taken by the human being similar to at least … Read more