A CLINICAL CASE

 [ Contributed from the Hering Collection by Calvin B. Knerr, M.D.; this case was reported by Dr. Hering in the Hahnemann College Journal, 1876]. Reported by CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.   Mr. D., musician, age 59, somewhat below medium height, of weakly constitution, sallow skin, emaciated; so weak he can scarcely walk, and greatly depressed in … Read more

REASONS FOR THE NEED OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

 [ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 6, 1935]. A.H. GRIMMER, M.D.   Because many homoeopathic physicians have started that the study of homoeopathic philosophy is not of sufficient value to justify the labor and effort involved in such study is the reason for the title of this paper and the companion paper … Read more

Psorinum

 MARGARET BURGESS-WEBSTER, M.D. VOICE AND LARYNX.   Hoarseness after the least speaking, she must vomit in order to clear her throat; hoarseness, when talking, phlegm sticks in larynx. Hoarseness for years, aphony, he cannot speak a loud word; after a slight cold she cannot speak loud, but must whisper. Hoarseness and catarrh, very often or … Read more

SYMPTOMATIC DUPLICATIONS AND THEIR EVALUATION

  [ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 7, 1935.]. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   When the homoeopathic physician is called to see an acute case what are the chances that the exactly similar remedy will be selected? Among the best prescribers, probably seventy-five to ninety percent. The average homoeopathist will score a much … Read more

GUNPOWDER AS A REMEDY IN SURGICAL CASES

 [ Presented by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June, 1935]. HARRY B. BAKER, M.D.   Gunpowder used as a homoeopathic remedy is the old fashioned black gunpowder used before the days of high explosives. Like many of our best remedies, it has been used empirically by the laity for many years previous to its … Read more