NITRIC ACID

Prof. J. T. Kent.   [A characteristic lecture by Prof. Kent, as originally delivered before the Post-Graduate School of Homoeopathics in Philadelphia. The original manuscript is in the possession of Dr. S. L. Guild-Leggett, of Syracuse, N. Y. who kindly forwarded it for publication in THE HOMOEOPATHIC. RECORDER.–Editor.]. Some medicines make a subject too chilly … Read more

SYSTEMS IN SCIENCE

Stuart Close   “The fundamental principles of this co-called doctrine are just as untenable as they ever were, and, in general, medical science must refuse to accept or recognize systems of any kind, whether homoeopathic or otherwise. “This spoke Zarathustra” through of a German professor, Goldscheider, in the discussion before the Verein fur Innere Medizinische … Read more

BERLIN SURGEON IN CLASH OVER HOMOEOPATHIC VIEWS

Prof. Bier Tells of Success With Treatment, Arousing Ire of. Allopaths.   Berlin, Aug. 15 (By the Associated Press).-Professor August Bier, Eminent surgeon who performed the operations in the last President Eberth and Hugo Stinnes, has stirred up the allopathic fraternity but not only saying a few kind words for homoeopathy, but also publishing his … Read more

CLINICAL FRAGMENTS

Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia,July, 1926. Guy B.Stearns, M.D., New York.   Members of the Foundation for Homoeopathic Research have, for four years, been experimenting with certain radiant qualities of homoeopathic remedies. Occasionally,by-products of this work develop in the form of isolated happening that carry a suggestion nor directly … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland   Courting the Old School-Homoeopaths, early in their efforts to convince established medicine of the truth of their principles, were by force of circumstances compelled to be sectarian. Sectarianism was not therefore, of their own choosing and its sin, if such it be, should not be laid at their door. Ostracism, both … Read more

CEAONANTHUS AMERICANUS

┬áRead before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Its Use in a Case of Lymphatic Leukemia. Grace Stevens, M.D., Northampton, Mass. Ceanothus Americanus, also called New Jersey Tea or Red Root, belongs to the Rhamnaceae or Buckthorn family, a family or Shrubs or trees of bitterish and west to and … Read more

CHRONIC MIASMS IN FAMILY GROUPS

┬áRead before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association, New York, June, 1925. (An Outline.). Julia M. Green, M. D., Washington, D. C..   In two former papers before this Association, I tried to give rather full notes, with detailed symptoms, of each member of the family which formed the subject of the study. … Read more