HOMOEOPATHYS HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN

BY GEORGE D. PETTITT.   WHEN we consider the essential fundamentals of the weaker sex – I mean those functional peculiarities by which a woman is different from a man – we find that a woman has, as it were, “five lives to live”; and three of them, at least, are beset with dangers, trials … Read more

HOMOEOPATHYS HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN

By GEORGE D. PETTITT.   Dyspepsia and depraved appetite– this also is an important consideration in the maintenance of young females in health. At a time when she is in most need of nourishment; when she is changing from girlhood into womanhood– the entire glandular system is on the “Wake, saying: “I move, I arouse”; … Read more

GENERAL BREAKDOWN OF WOMEN

By Ellis Barker J.   MANY ladies are chronic invalids. They are charming sympathetic, obviously ill, every doctor feels sorry for them, but no one can help them. They complain about their digestion, excretion and nerves, cannot sleep, have rheumatic and other pains, their kidneys, gall-bladder, liver and sex organs do not function properly, they … Read more

GENERAL BREAKDOWN OF WOMEN

BY Ellis Barker J.   ON August 11th, 1932, I was visited by Mrs. F.E.E., who lived in South-West London. She came with her daughter who said her mother was desperately ill. She had been losing weight, had no appetite, felt terribly depressed, feared she had cancer. Judging by her appearance, there was much reason … Read more

HOW CHRONIC CONSTIPATION INJURES WOMEN

  By SIR W. ARBUTHNOT LANE, Bart., C.B., President of the New Health Society. (By kind permission of the Royal Society of Medicine).   PERHAPS the most conspicuous result of chronic constipation is the removal of fat. This brings about not only an appearance of premature senility, but also a series of changes of infinite importance … Read more

BUREAU OF OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN

B LE BARON BAYLIES, M., TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. MANAGEMENT OF DISPLACEMENTS WITHOUT MECHANICAL SUPPORT. J.T. KENT, M.D.   If it should be stated in other than the Hahnemannian Association that the displacements of the uterus could be cured, or palliated even, without mechanical support, the advocate would find few believers, either in his statement or in … Read more

NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN

SURGICAL CLINIC. E. J. MYERS, M. D.   At this institution, students are instructed in sound surgical principles and practice, illustrated by abundant clinical cases cured by homoeopathic prescriptions, where “professional knivesmen,” not surgeons, would have claimed their “pound of flesh,” more or less, and possibly a subject for an autopsy in a little shorter … Read more