EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   The Homoeopathic Surgical Viewpoint Abroad – The British Homoeopathic Journal for October, 1926, contains as its leading article “A Series of One Hundred and Thirty-five Consecutive Abdominal Sections with Mortality Statement and Comments on Special Cases,” by Edwin A. Neatby, M.D., consulting physician for diseases of women to the London Homoeopathic … Read more

DISCUSSIONS OF THE THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF HOMOEOTHERAPEUTICS AND RELATED MEDICAL TOPICS

Stuart Close   THE SUPREME MOMENT. Be still Dear Heart and rest; It is not death, but Birth Into that larger life That frees the soul from earth. The air is purer there, Perfumed with odors rare; So sweet and rich, at first, That one must breathe with care. Be still Sweetheart and learn; The … Read more

A STUDY OF LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM

  George Royal, M.D., Des Moines, Iowa.   Makeup: Poorly nourished; lethargic; lithic diathesis; dyspeptic. Location: Digestive tract; especially liver; urinary organs; sexual organs; mucous membrane; blood; lungs and skin. It has a special affinity for the above, and in addition affects the brain and nervous system. Sensations: Fullness; distension; dryness; colicky; pressing; sharp; sticking. Modalities: … Read more

SELECTION OF POTENCY

 Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. John Hutchinson, M.D., New York.   Complaint is repeatedly made that homoeopathy does not progress at a pace that keeps time with dominant practice. The latter is, of course, materialistic in every sense of the word, treating the human patient, as it … Read more