A CASE OF ECZEMA CURED BY ITS OWN NOSODE

From the discussion of Wrights two papers on Suppression, read at the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 1929. JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   This young man of 22, over six feet tall, broad shouldered, athletic, as healthy looking as one ever sees, giving a history of practically perfect health all of his life except … Read more

COMMUNICATIONS

Allan D Sutherland The Editors assume no responsibility for opinions expressed in this department. April 30, 1930. To the Editor of The Homoeopathic Recorder.   On Wednesday, April 23, 1930, at Orlando, Florida, the Homoeopathic Medical Society of Florida was organized with thirteen charter members. A brief constitution was adopted, and the following officers elected:. … Read more

THE HOMOEOPATHIC CLINIC PROCESS

     Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Philosophy, June 1929. Translation by Roger G. Hershberger. H.G.PEREZ, M.D.   The ideal, like unto a reviviscence of former existence and a hope for a future one, is a reflection of intellectual light and an harmonious vibration of noble and generous sentiments. Imbued with high ideals men have been … Read more

A BRIEF STUDY COURSE IN HOMOEOPATHY

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, M.D. IV. KNOW THE REMEDIES.   Theoretically any substance or force may become a homoeopathic remedy. In a large number of instances of so-called physiologically inert substances in the crude state varying degrees of potentization are necessary to bring out the remedial powers. At present no complete list of all homoeopathic remedies exists. … Read more

POINTERS

Allan D Sutherland ULCERS.   These symptomatic specifications of various ulcers are a mixture of proven symptoms and clinical observation. Their clear cut descriptions are arresting an therefore quite expedient. Arsenicum: Active ulcers of impoverished, exhausted persons or those tending to abdominal plethora. Serrated edges high, severe; greenish, thin acrid, bloody discharge; yellowish or white … Read more

A SYNOPSIS OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

Reprinted from The Journal of Homoeopathics, Vol. IV, August 1900, p.194. R. GIBSON MILLER, M.D.   Feeling the necessity of having in a concise and accessible from the various sub-laws and rules of homoeopathy, I recently prepared for my own use the following arrangement of them. Dr.kent very kindly revised the manuscript and made a … Read more

ZINCUM METALLICUM, A CLINICAL FRAGMENT

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 1929. JULIA C. LOOS, M.D.   Here are collected symptoms sketching a fragment of the Zincum image, depicting conditions of Zincum manifestations as well as detailed symptoms. The clinical story precedes the schematic list of symptoms. Mrs. M.M., born in December in 1868, lived her early … Read more

SOCIO-HOMOEOPATHIC PROBLEMS BACILLINUM

Read at the Second Annual Physicians Conference of the A.F.H., Washington, D.C., 1929. J.W.WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   Bacillinum is the maceration of a portion of the lung of an individual who died of pulmonary tuberculosis, containing the bacilli, ptomaines and tubercles in all stages. See Dr.J.Compton Burnetts New Cure for Consumption. Changeable mood. Indolence, aggravated … Read more