THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTY OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

[ Presidential address at the Geneva 1931 Congress of the International Homoeopathic League]. PIERRE SCHMIDT, M.D.   PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL HOMOEOPATHIC LEAGUE. “When we are dealing with a science which is concerned with the saving of life, it is a crime to neglect its study.”. We, born and coming from different lands, trained in … Read more

BRYONIA AND BELLADONNA-COMPARISONS AND CONTRASTS

  [ Unpublished manuscript found among the papers of Dr. Rushmore]. EDWARD RUSHMORE, M.D.   It would be alike impossible and unsuitable in a paper of this character to include the whole range of action of the remedies proposed for study. Their contrasts in many respects are so marked as hardly to be better expressed than … Read more

CARRIWITCHETS

Roberts H A SIT DOWN, DOCTOR, AND WRITE US YOUR ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS.   15. Is there a book published that gives the particular miasm causing the different disease conditions? R.A.MUELLER. 16. Would the indicated remedy lead you to particular miasm that was causing the trouble? R.A.MUELLER. 17. I am particularly interested in your … Read more

DIET IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH

 [ Presented to the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 1932]. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   “Dispense with moderation food to the body and to the mind repose. One must choose in all things a mean just and good.”. These lines from the Golden Verses of Pythagoras were probably written around 700 B.C. Twenty-seven centuries have … Read more

DISCUSSION OF CASE I KENT METHOD OF REPERTORIZING

   ELIZABETH WRIGHT-HUBBARD, M.D.   It is said that more than half the battle in any cure is a well taken case. We all know that the cases with few outstanding or characteristic symptoms, except pathological changes, are difficult to treat and of bad prognosis and usually show a profound miasmatic disturbance. This case, as given, … Read more

LIGNUM NEPHRITICUM EYSENHARDTIA ADENOSTYLIS BAILLON

  [ Thesis presented to the Faculty of Hahnemann College of Science in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science.]. ITS FLUORESCENT AND MEDICINAL PROPERTIES. JOHN BENTON EGEE, M.D.   Lignum nephriticum is a wood which was known as early as the fifteenth century. It continued to be celebrated throughout the … Read more

POINTER

Roberts H A SUPPURATIONS.   Kali iod. For luetic and scrofulous patients. Kali phos. Chronic suppuration middle ear with offensive, dirty, brownish, water pus. Kali ars. Otorrhoea, with bloody, foetid, yellow discharge and burning, stitching, tearing pains. Chronic nasal catarrh, ulcerations-bleeding, burning, indolent, phagodenic, with ichorous, bloody discharge and turned up edges. Natrum sil. Ulcers, … Read more

ABSTRACT OF REPORT OF THE BUSINESS MANAGER

Roberts H A The Editor and Business Manager submits the following report on The Homoeopathic Recorder for the year ending May 31, 1932.   This report covers the period completing four and one-half years since the international Hahnemannian Association took over the ownership and control of The Recorder. Our journal has steadily increased in power … Read more

DISCUSSION OF CASE I BOENNINGHAUSEN METHOD OF REPERTORIZING

H.A.ROBERTS, M.D.   This case seems rather limited in its comprehensiveness, lacking especially symptomatic expression and concomitants; it is therefore difficult to make an intelligent analysis of the case for repertory study. However, it is apparent that this man is suffering from two of the miasms, psora and syphilis. In psora we get functional disturbances … Read more