CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AND HOMOEOPATHIC RESEARCH WITH THE MORGAN BACILLUS PURE

William Griggs   The non-lactose fermenting bacilli have been long observed as inhabitants of the intestine, but in bacteriological works no particular significance has been assigned to them, nor importance given to the pathogenic effects in man. The late Dr. Dishington of London I believe was the first to potentize most of these nosodes. Since … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF MENTAL AND NERVOUS DISEASE

*Read before the Los Angles Country Homoeopathic Medical Society, December 12, 1940. VICTOR PARKIN, M.D.   In an approach to the subject of the homoeopathic treatment of mental and nervous diseases. I would like to quote the opinion Dr. John Eastman Wilson has expressed in the preface to his work, Diseases of the Nervous System. … Read more

CONSTIPATION

*Read before the Washington State Homoeopathic Medical Society May 10, 1912; heretofore unpublished. C.P. BRYANT, M.D.   According to that homoeopathic patriarch. Constantine Hearing, constipation is paradoxically the healthiest disease that a person can have. “Everybody,” he says, “many congratulate himself if he have no worse disease than this. Experience shows that individuals of costive … Read more

FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS OF THE HEART

C.P. BRYANT, M.D.   Hysterical palpitation require the use of Ambra, Asafoetida, Camphor, Castoreum, Crocus, Ignatia, Lilium, Sumbul, Scutellaria and Valeriana. Some of the most important remedies are the following: Nux moschata. Here the most prominent symptoms are quivering, trembling, fluttering and violent palpitation, labored beating of the heart and a fearful embarrassment. It is … Read more

LIMITATION OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY IN SURGERY

*Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 19, 1940. C.P. BRYANT, M.D.   The subject of this paper naturally brings immediately to mind many uncertainties found in borderline surgical conditions. It is true that surgery has never cured a disease, yet it is one of the greatest blessings to suffering humanity and is often essential … Read more