PHOTO-ANALYSIS AND HOMOEOPATHY

  G.MADAUS, M.D.   The recently deceased Berlin physician, Dr.Zickel, was able to prove that a hormone also displays a specific effect in the plant. He manured some Particularly valueless plants with animal hormones, and proved a characteristic changing of the sap of these plans. With the enormous quantities of human and animal excrements, as Earnest … Read more

ADDITIONS TO KENTS REPERTORY

Boger C M     662. KIDNEYS. Formation; Brach.,Med. 663. Pain: Solidago. pressure, agg.: Canth., Ferr., Helo. 665. cutting: Apis., Bell.,Helon. Ip., Polyg., Tab. sore: Merc. cor., Solidago. 667. PROSTATE GLAND. Enlarged: Ferr. pic., Hydrang.,n Solidago. Aching: Sabad. 668. Inflamed: Polygonum sagitat. Aching: Sabal. 669. URETHRA. Crawling: Puls. Discharge foetid; Agave, Pip. Meth. 670. last drop: … Read more

RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GEOGRAPHICAL OCCURRENCE OF SOURCE MATERIALS OF HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES AND THE OCCURRENCE OF THOSE DISEASED CONDITIONS WHICH ARE TO BE FOUGHT AGAINST BY THOSE REMEDIES

Translated by P.W. Roberts from the Leipziger Populare Zeitschrift fur Homoeopathie,Vol.62, No.17. MED.R, TROTZ. ,M.D.   At first thought one is inclined to deny that there is any relation between the habitat of the plant, or he occurrence of a metal, and the diseases or symptom picture which can be treated with the material in … Read more

REMEDIES USEFUL BEFORE AND AFTER SURGICAL OPERATIONS

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 1931. BENJAMIN C.WOODBURY, M.D.   The consideration of the subject before us presupposes first of all the wisdom of surgery as an adjunct to medical treatment, and secondly its evaluation with respect to the individual case requiring surgical intervention. First let us orient ourselves,as followers of Hahnemann, … Read more

WHAT S A MENTAL SYMPTOM? WHAT IS MENTAL DISORDER?

  Read before the I.H.A.,Bureau of Philosophy,June 1931. JULIA M.GREEN, M.D.   In Homoeopathy we are taught to observe carefully even the slightest deviation from the normal in the mental spore and to give these deviations high rank in studying a case to find its remedy. We are told that the moral temperament of the patient … Read more

COMPARISON OF TABACUM AND LOBELIA

  Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 1931. GEO.E.DIENST,M.D. Read by A.H.GRIMMER,M.D.   TABACUM. Running all though the proving and effects of tobacco, is a group of general symptoms more states that gives it its distinct mark of individuality. Weakness, even to prostration and fainting; nausea,of a deathly kind, with pallor and cyanosis; … Read more

ECZEMA AND SOME OTHER CLINICAL CASES

  Read before the I.H.A.,Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1931. RAY W.SPALDING, M.D. CASE I. Mrs. A.L., age 55,May 15,1925. Climacteric at 52, periods before, dark, offensive. Since this time severe eczema of both hands, dry, scaly, with deep fissures in palms, hands double in thickness, unable to close for two gears inspire of hospital treatment … Read more