AFTER THE REMEDY HAS BEEN GIVEN

[Read in part before the 97th annual convention of the Ill Hom. Med. Assn., May 13. 1952. Adapted from one of three chapters by the writers for a 500 page book now being edited for publication]. HARVEY FARRINGTON, M.D. Glenview, Illinois Journal of the Amer. Isti. of Homoeo. November, 1954.   The accurate interpretation of … Read more

THE WONDER DRUGS OR THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY

Read by title before the Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., June 29, 1953. R. S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D.H.   The choice is by no means so easy as might appear on the face of it; nor can one conscientiously have both as each of the two alternatives has a definite outlook and philosophy diametrically opposed … Read more

WHEN THE WELL-SELECTED REMEDY FAILS TO ACT

Read before the Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., June 22, 1951. EDWARD WHITMONT, M.D.   A most disturbing situation is encountered when a case seems to present clear-cut symptoms, definitely suggestive of a certain remedy, yet the patient fails to show a satisfactory therapeutic response when that medicine is given. To the extent that incomplete … Read more

MIRACULOUS ACTION OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Read before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 27, 1952. HARVEY FARRINGTON, M.D.   It is well known that the homoeopathic remedy acts more promptly and, as a rule, more completely in infants and growing children, than it does in adults. The reasons for this are obvious. The childs nervous system is more sensitive and … Read more

What Can Stop Us From Research And The Use Of The Homoeopathic Remedy

Neiswander H A   History has a tendency to repeat itself. All men are liable to the deceived or misled and regardless of ability, power, or circumstances, may be due for a fall. Climaxes come and go. The only stable force and power is God, who through nature has established certain principles and laws which … Read more

THE WONDER DRUGS VS THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY

R. S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D.H.   After some general introductory observations, the writer would present a few experiences with the modern wonder drugs to enable the reader to pronounce his verdict. The problem at its root is the same old diametrically opposite ideology in the realm of therapeutics. Viewed from different angles, it presents itself … Read more

THE INDICATED REMEDY VERSUS SURGERY

From The Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., July 1950. W.M.ERICKSON VAN NORDEN, M.D. MASTOID.   case 1.- Miss M.R., 50 years, on a visit from Philadelphia to one of my patients, complained of pain in and bleeding from right ear for five months. Her doctor in Chester told her she had mastoid and would have … Read more