A PATHOGENETIC AND CLINICAL PROVING OF THYMOL

William B Griggs Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., June 16, 1948. Published in The Hahnemannian Monthly, August, 1941.   THYMOL: Thymol is a phenolic substance occurring in the volatile oil of Thymus vulgaris. It occurs in large colorless, translucent, rhombic prisms, having an aromatic, thyme-like odor and a pungent, aromatic taste!. One … Read more

EDITORIAL

Royal Hayes   “Unless acute disease becomes dangerous or throws upon the screen some individualistic indication, it should generally not be interfered with. Ultimately the constitutional peculiarity is bound to reveal itself in a form pointing to its remedial counterpart. Nature calls for relief in her own language, which it behooves us to learn. Preferably … Read more