ASTHMA SYMPOSIUM COMPARISON OF THE METHODS OF PRACTICE

Wilbur K Bond  [ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 16, 1938.].   Management applies more to the regular school practice than to ours. Homoeopathy cures; allopathy treats, practices empiricism while ours is the task of specificism. These patients come with their own diagnosis made. The physical examination is uninforming except for a … Read more

DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN BRYONIA AND RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS

[ Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, October 18, 1938]. CHARLES W. HODGKINS, M.D.   The purpose of my paper is to differentiate between Bryonia alba and Ranunculus bulbosus-two purely homoeopathic drugs having no physiological use, the first well known, the latter less so. Yet these two remedies are quite similar as to their general … Read more

MEZEREUM AND RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS IN NEURALGIC CONDITIONS

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 17, 1938]. A. DOROTHY HARRIS, M.D.   It seems futile at this time of year to waste time in describing anything so familiar as Ranunculus bulbosus or common buttercup. But the origin of the drug Mezereum may be less well known. Mezereum is the … Read more