THE COMPARATIVE VALUE OF SYMPTOMS IN HOMOEOPATHY

Allan D Sutherland Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, July 28,.   In a world that is rapidly undergoing radical changes, where values in every sphere of life, in every department of science, are upset and inadequate,it might be fit to consider again the problem of the comparative value of symptoms in homoeopathy. The … Read more

RECURRENT PROOF OF THE VALUE OF SIMILIA

Presented for I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June, 1943. J. W. WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   Homoeopathy is particularly adapted to discerning people, those who are capable of taking the long range view of treatment. Shorn of his sophistries, man faces the bar of psychic and physical symptom judgment for remedy evaluation. It matters not whether … Read more

VALUE OF SYMPTOMS IN THE SELECTION OF THE REMEDY

[Robert Gibson Miller, M.D.].   It is a common experience to find cases reported in our journals, presenting large and complex masses of symptoms, to which, as a whole, no remedy in the materia medica corresponds, no reason being given why the remedy that proved curative was selected in preference to many other competing ones. … Read more

HOW TO PROVE THE VALUE OF HOMOEOPATHY

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 16, 1938.]. HARALD HELLEDAY, M.D.   Every physician who, for any length of time, has been engaged in homoeopathic practice, must have become thoroughly convinced of the superiority of the homoeopathic therapy as compared to the therapeutic procedures employed by orthodox medicine. This conviction … Read more

IRIS DIAGNOSIS ITS VALUE AND IMPORTANCE

BY MISS E.H. BREDENBERG, C.M.B., of the Royal Orthopaedic Institute, Stockholm.   HOW IRIS DIAGNOSIS WAS DISCOVERED. IRIS diagnosis, discovered some decades ago, has not been much used, except in America, Sweden and Germany – and there mostly by homoeopaths. As surely as the eyes mirror the soul, so surely do they reflect bodily suffering, … Read more

AN INQUIRY INTO THE STATISTICAL VALUE OF HOSPITAL RECORDS

   BENJAMIN C. WOODBURY, M.D.   A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF THREE HUNDRED CASES OF PNEUMONIA AND INFLUENZA FROM THE RECORDS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS MEMORIAL HOSPITALS, THE WESSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND THE WORCESTER HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL. The suggestion for the survey of the three hundred cases of pneumonia from the records of the Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals, the Wesson … 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 VALUE OF THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN

   [Read before the Womens Homoeopathic League of Connecticut, October 18, 1932.]. EVANGELINE L. CLOSE.   Madame Chairman and Members of the Womans Homoeopathic League:. From our respective homes and varied occupations we have come together upon this occasion because of our belief in that system of cure known as homoeopathy. Doubtless, as good homoeopaths we … Read more

PRIMARY AND ULTIMATE SYMPTOMS AND THEIR RELATIVE VALUE AS A THERAPEUTIC INDEX

  [ Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926]. C.A. Baldwin, M.D., Peru, Ind.   Man is a physical being, seeking physical well-being through understanding and control of nature. This is Natures only experiment. The Good Book tells that, at one time, God was sorry He started it and offered … Read more