STUDIES ON THE PATHOGENIC EFFECTS OF DRUGS

 From the Department of Medicine and Homoeopathy, New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, New York City. SECOND PAPER – ABROTANUM. Linn J. Boyd. M.D., New York City.   Abrotanum is a drug little used in the practice of medicine and a detailed study of the literature fails to reveal any information which can … Read more

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

Stuart Close SCIENTIFIC FUTILITIES.   Cynical though they seem, these lines of Lord Byron are as true and applicable today as they were when they were written in 1822. In no department of science are they more applicable than in medicine. The greater part of that which passes for medical science is proven in each … Read more

SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR AND THE EXPLANATION

Samuel P. Sobel, M.D., New York City.   Since my interest in homoeopathy was aroused, twelve years ago, by my teacher, the late Doctor Joseph Frankel, I have attempted to formulate an explanation for the action of drugs in minute quantities in the cure of disease. Many of my theoretical conceptions have been substantiated by … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE

North American Veterinary   “The treatment of sick animals resembles closely the treatment of young children in that it is purely and almost entire objective. Animals do not tell us what ails them; neither can babies, but their reactions to disease are manifested by various signs and symptoms to the watchful medical observer. Objective symptomatology … Read more

THE DEVELOPMENT OF BODILY RESISTANCE AGAINST DISEASE

  Presidents address, delivered before the I.H.A., at the Annual Meeting on board SS. “Lapland,” May 21, 1927. Daniel E. S. Coleman, Ph. B., M.D., F.A.C.P.   There is a belief among a number of individuals in general and medical men in particular that modern therapeutic developments have caused the practice of homoeopathy to become obsolete, … Read more

CLINICAL CASES

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics. Margaret Burgess-Webster, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.   CASE 1. – Little girl of six; nocturnal enuresis three and four times a week. Restless, irritable, “when I get angry I slam the door.” Sensitive to cold. Calc. Carb. 13 m., one powder cured without repetition of remedy. CASE … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Stuart Close   Abandon Homoeopathy! – In perusing the editorials in the April, 1910 issue of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, the July issue of the Drugless Phlebotomist and a copy of the transactions of the I.H.A., we find three indisputable reasons why every Hahnemannian homoeopath should renounce his faith in “moonshine” and embrace all that is … Read more

THE PHILOSOPHIC CONCEPT OF DISEASE

 Experted From “Philosophy of Medicine”. Dr. Higinio G. Perez, Mexico City.   The language of pain in order to be more expressive avails itself of a lexicon which conveys impressions that are the signs of the perturbation such as moves the elements of the human body. The description of the symptomatic forms of the morbid … Read more