A PARTIAL PROVING OF OCIMUM SANCTUM

(Eng. Holy Basil). V.G. DIVANJI.   PHARMACOLOGY: Whole flowering plant in double quantity of absolute alcohol for three days; tincture 2x. Used for proving 30x. Proving on three. MIND: Confusion, anxiety. HEAD: Headache, beating, pounding, biting, after chill; vertigo sitting, getting up. MOUTH, TONGUE, TEETH: Furred, yellowish white. STOMACH: No appetite, aversion to all foods, … Read more

POINTERS

Allan D Sutherland Always conserve the strength of your patient and never repeat a remedy which exhausts him.   Pathological symptoms may lead toward the indicated remedy, but these pathological remedies usually hold a low rank in symptom valuation. It is a prime rule not to keep repeating your remedy when the intervals between aggravations … Read more

“THAT EUPHONIOUS TITLE-CASES”

Presented at the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1931. D.T. PULFORD, M.D.   CASE I. Mr. F.P.T., age 48, painter. On April 13, 1931, his son noticed a peculiar expression on his fathers face. The patient, himself, noted that he had difficulty in expectorating, because one side of his face did not function properly. … Read more

ADDITIONS TO KENTS REPERTORY

     C.M.BOGER, M.D. Page.   381. Pain, chewing, when: Coca, Coloc. 382. motion of lower jaw: Coloc. 383. swallowing, agg.: Bell. talking, agg.:Coca, Coloc. walking, amel.: Ail. extending, neck, to: Lyc. teeth, to: Merc. bones: Sulph. 385. bursting: Bov., Thuj. cutting: Ars. 386. drawing, right: Kali chlor., Lyc., Verat. left: Arg. nit., Sulph. 387. sore, bruised: … Read more

VITAL ENERGY

   Read at the A.F. for H. Post-Graduate School, June 1931. C.M. BOGER, M.D.   A thorough understanding of the subject of energy is a necessary foundation for the study of homoeopathic philosophy, if the student is to understand the principles upon which the practice of Hahnemannian homoeopathy is based. Energy, as we understand it, is … Read more

THE BEST METHOD OF STUDYING HOMOEOPATHY

  Introductory lecture at the A.F. for H., Post Graduate Summer School July 1931. RAY W. SPALDING, M.D.   The definitions of Webster s Dictionary in regard to allopathy and homoeopathy are a good starting point for the consideration of our subject. Allopathy is defined as “that system of medical practice which aims to combat disease … Read more