HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN SURGICAL CONDITIONS AND INJURIES

  GUY BECKLEY STEARNS, M.D.   Much has appeared in surgical literature in recent years about the advisability of preparatory medical treatment before operations and of proper medical treatment afterward. All that has been written, however, is based on broad general grounds and has no relation whatever to treatment based on homoeopathic principles. Every operation, no … Read more

POINTERS

Allan D Sutherland   For constipation try: Nux vomica at night; Sulphur in the morning; at the sea coast Aqua marina or Natrum muriaticum; when travelling Platinum; when away from home Lycopodium.–T. SKINNER. For the terrible falling out of hair after typhoid Fluoric acid is well indicated.–C. M. BOGER. In pneumonia with pleurisy one dose … Read more

THE SYMPTOM TOTALITY

Allan D Sutherland   Much has been written about, and great stress laid on, that greatest of all requisites to an accurate homoeopathic prescription, the symptom totality; but little seems to have been known, or really understood, as to just what that totality embraces. If such has been known it was never clearly, intelligently and … Read more

VERIFICATION OF PHOS AC

 Fair, thin, frail, mentally active little girl of ten years had been ill with glandular swelling and high fever for several days. On the fourth day, when I was called, her temperature was 104.4 degrees, throat, sore, with great difficulty in swallowing; left cervical glands swollen and exquisitely sensitive to touch. The child seemed anxious … Read more

ADDITIONS TO KENTS REPERTORY

  C. M. BOGER, M.D.   Page 458. Numbness: Bov., Nit. ac., Sep. Pain, right: Nicc. to left: Cepa. left to right: Acon., Xanth. daytime, alternate days: Lach. cold, from a: Lach. damp weather: Lach. exertion: Caust., Lac. can. laughing: Nat. mur. lifting: Caust. lying, amel.: Calc. carb., Lach. menses, before: Nat. sulph. during: Nat. sulph., … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS

  W. W. YOUNG, M.D.   One who practices medicine in rural districts, far removed from centers of civilization, is frequently called upon to be dentist, advisor, banker, veterinarian and at times a doctor. It was while thus engaged that I was called upon to adapt homoeopathic therapy to the cure of horses and dogs. In … Read more

THE MANAGEMENT OF THE CHRONIC CASE AND THE REMOVAL OF OBSTACLES TO RECOVERY

  Read at the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 1931. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   “Why doctor you dont think my case is chronic do you?” Casually, perhaps thoughtlessly, we let slip the fatal word and it has struck deep, carrying terror and a feeling of utter hopelessness to the very centers of conscious existence. … Read more

RAMBLING THROUGH THE MATERIA MEDICA

  ANNIE C. WILSON.   “Trudging along a dusty country road at high noon of a July day, with the sun blazing down on the weed-filled roadsides:” not a particularly interesting nor fascinating picture, is it? But there was a delightful breeze and the roadsides were crowded with lush growth that brought wrath to the heart … Read more