WHY THE NEED OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY?

[ Read before I.H.A. Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 6, 1935]. ELIUD GARCIA-TREVINO, M.S., M.D.   In view of the reduction in the number of our homoeopathic medical colleges, the question has very often come to mind whether or not it is possible to train homoeopathic physicians from the ranks of allopathic graduates. It has … Read more

A FEW CALCAREA FLUORICA CASES

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939.]. F. MARGARET PEAKE, M.D.   The importance of Calcarea fluorica as a remedy has long been recognized by the homoeopathic school of medicine. A few cases to illustrate its action in disease may be of interest at this time because the effects … Read more

MENTAL ESSENTIALS OF HYOSCYAMUS

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, July 28, 1939.]. J. W. WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   The remedy fits particularly in the present mode of social tension, the jealousy and envy resulting from the intense struggle of the classes, the feverish desire for wealth and power, and the indulgence of the sensory … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill   Homoeopathy is the only system of medicinal therapeutics that affords opportunity for successful “absent treatment”. The majority of Hahnemannians are doing more or less long distance prescribing and as ones practice grows this phase should develop in like proportion. To the average non-homoeopathic physician this method of treating patients is terribly wicked … Read more

REMEDIES IN THE INFANTILE PARALYSIS

[ Read by title before I.H.A, Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 26, 1936.]. RAY W. SPALDING, M.D.   RHUS TOX. Stiffness in limbs. Dragging gait. Paralysis of rheumatic origin or brought on by getting wet or from exposure to any form of dampness. The patient is chilly.< uncovering. Restlessness is noticeable. DULCAMARA. Similar in many … Read more

ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION, AN AID TO HOMOEOPATHY

[Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July, 27, 1939.]. W. W. YOUNG, M.D.   Since that time, well over a century ago, when Hahnemann delivered himself of the against all experimentation except that conducted upon the human, in short the provings, it has become a generally accepted rule that der Fuebrer of … Read more