DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. REMEDY INDICATIONS AFTER VACCINATION. Continued.   MALANDRINUM. Malandrinum, as stated in last months Recorder, should be given a more complete proving. Its clinical record following vaccination almost equals that of Silica, Sulphur and Thuja. This remedy is indicated when there is almost unbearable itching in and around the vaccination sore … Read more

SELECTED APHORISMS OF HIPPOCRATES

WITH COMMENTS BY DR. VON BOENNINGHAUSEN Translated by S.W.S.   BOOK V. APHORISM 4. Convulsions or hiccup supervening during excessive purging are a bad sign. COMMENT: Excessive purging is similar in its effect on the organism to severe bleeding, perspiration or loss of body fluids generally. But if strong purging was caused by large doses … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

NOTE: Send questions to Dr. Eugene Underhill, Jr., 2010 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.   Question: HOW WOULD YOU DISTINGUISH BETWEEN Calc. sulph. AND Hepar?. Answer: The Hepar patient is an exceptionally cold and shivering individual who is aggravated by the least chilling, uncovering or exposure. These symptoms are generally absent under Calc. sulph. and sometimes … Read more

EDITORIAL

Eugene Underhill   A new homoeopathic medical journal has been received from London. The name of this journal is Health Through Homoeopathy (incorporating Homoeopathy), and it is published by the British Homoeopathic Association. The editorial board is composed of Mrs. Thelma H. Benjamin, Editor; H.E. Powell-Jones, Chairman; E. Ford Duncanson, D.S.C., JP.; C. E. Wheeler, … Read more

THE HUMAN MECHANISM ITS PERFECTION AND RESOURCES

ENOCH MATHER, D.SC., M.D.   When we agree with the Palmist that “we are fearfully and wonderfully made,” it is our fearful liability to break down or get out of order that we are chiefly thinking of. Perhaps this is but natural, for it is always the evil in things that most sharply impresses us. … Read more

MAGNESIA PHOS A HOMOEOPATHIC GEM

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 18, 1942. J.W. WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   The homoeopathic range of potency application adds drama and adventure to the endless array of disease symptoms. It represents the infinite struggle to find perfection in rapid action of relief to the distressed organism. The certainty of results which comes … Read more