Editorial Notes And Comments

Rabe R F   The Teaching of Therapeutics. Elsewhere in this number of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, we publish with trifling omissions, a most illuminating article by Hobart Amory Hare, M.D., taken from the Journal of The American Medical Association for February, 7, 1920. Anything which Prof. Have has to say, is entitled to the great … Read more

Relationship Of Pathology And Symptomatology To Homoeopathic Prescription

Hinsdale A E   In the development of this subject I desire to start with two propositions which are so apparent that their truths cannot be questioned. One of these is that every substance which we call a drug or a medicine produces a reaction when taken by the human being similar to at least … Read more

Therapeutic Nihilism

Stuart Close THERAPEUTIC NIHILISM.   Although it has spread to all parts of the civilized world, numbering practitioners by thousands and its patients by millions, the principles of Homoeopathy have never found open and general acceptance in the so – called regular medical profession. Occasional conversions of individuals from the ranks of the dominant school … Read more

Therapeutics Of Hay Fever

Carl H Rust   Ever since Bostock in 1816 gave us a very accurate description of what we to-day know as hay fever, a new etiology has been brought forward by nearly every investigator. The disease described by Bostock, later called Bostocks catarrh, is one which appears during the summer months, brought on or aggravated … Read more