CALCAREA CARBONICA

WILLIAM GUTMAN, M.D. New York, N.Y.   Calcium carbonicum originates from the fireborn granite rocks which from the greatest part of the earth crust. They are party calcium-silicates (such as plagioklas, amphibol, epidote, pyroxen) containing also alumina and magnesia. Calcium itself, a white shiny metal, cannot exist under natural conditions: wherever it appears it shows … Read more

VERIFICATIONS AND CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF THE NOSODES

MARGARET BURGESS WEBSTER, M.D.   1. Mr. D., minister. Sensation of “welling up” into the knees, or a sensation of swelling, if he does not move knee feels as if he would go crazy, better kneeling; twitching of knees and ankles. Sleepless from nerve tension. Face itching as from “a million bugs”. Medorrhinum always brought … Read more