SNAKE POISONS

 [Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22, 1934.]. LANKA RAMA RAO, M.D.   The most important snake poisons dealt with in Homoeopathic pharmacopoeia are Lachesis, Crotalus, Naja, Elaps and Vipera. These snake poisons are perhaps the deadliest of the animal poisons and produce symptoms of direct poisoning of the nerve centers … Read more

OUR REMEDIES WHY THEY ACT

  [Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 6, 1935.]. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   In our thesis that homoeopathy is fundamental, that it is scientific and that it is based on natural law, we have quoted findings from other branches of pure science that have been so uniform and constant as to definitely point the … Read more

INFANT ECZEMA

  [Presented by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 8, 1935.]. M. BEATRICE BECKER-BEARDMORE, M.D.   There is, I believe, no more fertile field for the homoeopathic physician than the soil provided by this great band of little sufferers. I have always marvelled at the fortitude of these infants. An adult, in the … Read more

NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF APPENDICITIS

 Presented by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 8, 1935. WILLIAM HOWARD HAY, M.D.   Since the late eighties, medicine has always regarded appendicitis as a purely surgical condition, and appendectomy as the only effective treatment. Earlier observers had for some time been describing a condition of catarrh and various degrees of inflammation of … Read more

REMEDY DUALITY

 Read by title before the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 23 1934. J.W. WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   Dec. 16, 1933. Male, married, age 58 years. Began with chilliness along the spine. Has had a grippy cold for several days. Frontal headache. Thirst. Sore pain in abdomen. Diarrhoea; stools thin, look like mustard; offensive. Cramps … Read more