METHOD OF EXAMINATIONS OF PSYCHIATRIC CASES

MAJOR A.N. MUKHERJI, M.Sc., M.B. (CAL., UNIV.).   Method of examination of Psychiatric cases differ considerably form that of Physical cases. As accurate systematic form of examination is essential. In examining a psychiatric patient, a great deal depends upon the method of approach. The following form of examinations is at present thought to be the … Read more

CLIMACTERIC REMEDIES

Expected from The Medical Century and other sources, for ready reference. C.M. BOGER, M.D.   Amyl. nit.: Face flushes on slightest emotion tumultuous and irregular heart worse mental emotion; organic heart disease, during; paralytic sensations in extremities; flushes followed by drenching sweats; opens clothes, must have fresh air, cold air and cold water. Belladonna: Congestive … Read more

OPERATIONS OBVIATED BY HOMOEOPATHY

ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Omnia Gullia divisa est in partes tres as you learned in school, on beginning Caesar. All patients, too, are divided into three classes, as regards surgery: those who have an irresistible yen for it, at any price; those who will never submit to it, no matter what the “or else!” … Read more

PANARITIUM

Excerpted from the Medical Century and other sources, for ready reference. C.M. BOGER, M.D.   Anthracin: With sloughing and terrible burning; after Ars. Apis: Burning, stinging, throbbing; run-arounds; dissecting wounds; sense of looseness of nails; fine burning and pricking. Arsenicum: Gangrene; wants parts wrapped; burning. Fluoric acid: Amel.: cold bathing, left hand; points on dorsum; … Read more

STUDIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEALING

C.M. BOGER, M.D.   Ever since Hahnemann pointed out the homoeopathic method as the law of healing there have been all grades of followers, from such as merely admit its validity and use it incidentally, to those who cling to the precepts of the Organon for guidance. It is a variation common to every sort … Read more

WHY HOMOEOPATHY

H.W. SHELTON.   1. Our health rests in our hands, because we choose those whom we trust to guide us along the various paths to health, such as:. a. Drug therapy: Homoeopathy, Allopathy. b. Drugless therapy: Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Naturopathy (Lindlahr), A.B. Tahar, Diet (and Fasting), Exercise. c. Psychological therapy: Psychiatry, Christian Science, Mental Science, Faith … Read more