ADDITIONS TO KENTS REPERTORY

     C.M. BOGER, M.D.   899 Pain, walking fast, agg.: Sep. weakness, with : Casc. extending, anus, to: Nat. carb., Phos. arms, to : Ars., Berb., Phos. downward: Cocc. ind., Phos. feet, to : Alum., Berb. lower limbs, to : zinc. cervical region, left : Carbo an. right : Graph. to left : Calc. phos. 900 … Read more

THE RELATION OF ACUTE DISEASES TO THE CHRONIC MIASM

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 1931. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   It seems to be the universal tendency for Hahnemannian to fall into the work of treating chronic diseases almost to the exclusion of acute work. There is hardly a Hahnemannian in practice thirty years who has not succumbed to the spell … Read more

THE VALUE AND RELATION OF DIET TO OUR HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES

  Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1931. ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Homoeopathy is so rich in remedial agents that often its practitioners tend to rely on their drugs alone, and to disregard hygiene and other adjuvants to cure. Especially do they fail to work out diets in detail for their patients. It … Read more

THE LITERARY ARMAMENTARIUM OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, OR BOOKS THAT HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN CANNOT DO WITHOUT, AND SOMETHING ABOUT THEM

Read before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, Derby, Conn., October 20, 1931. BENJAMIN C. WOODBURY, M.D.   The request of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society for me to present a paper on the subject of Books That the Homoeopathic Physician Cannot Do Without, and Something About Them, reminds me that there … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY, THE MEDICAL COURT OF LAST RESORT

  Read before the Texas Homoeopathic Medical Association, oct. 14, 1931. WILLIAM HENRY SCHWARTZ, M.D.   Thinking that Homoeopathy, the Medical Court of Last Resort would be a happier title than the announced one of Miracles with Homoeopathic Medicines, I have made the change. I have, however, made no change in contents of the paper, so … Read more

WHAT IS SIMILAR

  Printed in the German Archives, Vol. 22, 1845. Translation by Calvin B. Knerr, M.D. CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.   One might think Hahnemann must have been inspired when one reflects and considers the many details upon which he built his new doctrine; the particulars being as astounding as the whole. Take the word homoionpath, from the … Read more