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

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

ARNICA, BELLIS, RUTA, SYMPHYTUM

  Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 1931. JOHN HUTCHINSON, M.D.   This remedy grouping is unfair to at least two important items–Bellis and Symphytum, this is mainly for the reason that these latter are inadequately or incompletely proven. We use them, yes, but in narrow fields, in fields much more restricted than … Read more

COMMUNICATIONS

  The Editors assume no responsibility for opinions expressed in this department. 48 Chaulpati Road,. Bhowanipore, Calcutta, India. Esteemed Colleague:.   You are probably already aware of the position and status of Homoeopathy in India. There is no common bond of fellowship among the homoeopathists of India; no real friendships among them; no organized attempt to … Read more