A REASON TO BE FOR HOMOEOPATHY-REPORT OF A CASE

[ Presented before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society May 10, 1932]. EDWARD S. SMITH, M.D.   Among the cases claiming the attention of the physician there are few that present a stronger appeal than children who are sub- normal, either mentally or physically. When both of these conditions are found in one and the same … Read more

CARRIWITCHETS

Roberts H A SIT DOWN, DOCTOR, AND WRITE US YOUR ANSWER TO THESE.   QUESTIONS. 12. Information is desired on Aluminum lactate, homoeopathic provings, action of crude drug, pathological changes in humans or animals, in fact anything, whatsoever, regarding the drug. Please send communications to Dr. Eveline B. Lyle, 14 Marian street, Brookline, Mass. 13. … Read more

BARYTA CARBONICA

  H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   Baryta carbonica, or barium carbonate, is prepared by trituration. It has been proven thoroughly in the 12th, 24th and 30th potencies. Provings were made by Hahnemann, Nenning, Ruckhart, Hartlaub, Rummel, Gross and Neumann. Sometimes the acetate is included in the provings, these symptoms having been observed from the poisonous effects; and … Read more

LECTURES IN MATERIA MEDICA

 W.A. DEWEY, M.D. THE PAPAVERACEAE FAMILY.   Of this family we have Sanguinaria, Opium and Chelidonium. SANGUINARIA. Bloodroot. Tincture from the fresh root. Bloodroot seeds are somewhat narcotic and herein it resembles Opium of the same family. Sanguinaria is an irritant whether taken or applied, so, as a first effect, we have tissue irritation. The … Read more

MEDORRHINUM

  MARGARET BURGESS-WEBSTER, M.D. STOOL AND RECTUM.   Bilious diarrhoea, verging on dysentery, with mucous stools. Most intense pain in upper abdomen coming on at stool, which is thin and hot but not copious; after stool profound weakness and mild cramp in left calf. Profuse bloody discharges from rectum, sometimes in large, clotted masses, followed by … Read more

SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS

  [ First printed in Stapfs Archives in 1845. Translated by C.B. Knerr]. CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.   Sanguinaria, commonly called the bloodroot, belongs to the Papaveraceae family. It is a spring flower growing from Canada to Florida, in hilly localities where rich loose soil is found. It avoids high pine woods, swamps and the sea coast. … Read more