THE THREE SIMILITUDES

Benjamin C. Woodbury, M.D., Boston, Mass. The Third Similitude.   Probably there has never been a principle or precept in medicine that has been more definitely attached to a school than that of the small dose to homoeopathy. That it has a foundation in fact is, of course, self-evident, yet its importance-and this is coming … Read more

TRIED SYMPTOMS

K. Chatterjee, M.D., Chinsurah, Bengal, India.   Anacardium Orientale-Dyspepsia with occasional rumbling in intestines and feeling of insufficient stool, loss of taste and appetite, occasional distension of abdomen with gas and insomnia brought on from prolonged suffering from malarial fever or youthful follies after well selected medicine fail. Baryta Carb.-Asthmatic cough from tickling near the … Read more

ANAPHYLAXIS AND CANCER

BY H. REINHEIMER, Surbiton, England.   Anaphylaxis, according to Prof. Richet, an authority on the subject, is the opposite condition to protection (prophylaxis). He coined the word in 1902, to describe the peculiar attribute which certain poisons possess of increasing instead of diminishing the sensitivity to their action. He states that, as the result of … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland   Enthusiasm for Homoeopathy.-The president of the New Jersey State Homoeopathic Medical Society has been fit to send to each member, the following letter, which we commend to our readers as an index of the status Quo of homoeopathy in that remarkable little state: “My dear Doctor: “Do you consider Homoeopathy worth … Read more

THE BABY HOMOEOPATHICALLY CONSIDERED

 Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannian. Association, New York, June, 1925. Julia M. Green, M.D., Washington, D.C.   The human baby has been considered as a little animal, to be weighed, measured, tested as to digestion, stools, relative size of organs to those in adults, etc., etc. An exhaustive study has been … Read more