THE UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION OF HOMOEOPATHY

[Read by Title before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 19, 1951.]. TO PEDIATRICS. A. DWIGHT SMITH, M.D.   The modern infant under orthodox medicine is certainly well taken care of from birth. If he or she has colic, it receives plenty of phenobarbital, enough to keep it sleeping and dopey. If he or she … Read more

WHY FAILURES IN HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING

Rastogi R S [Read before District Homoeopathic Association. Dehra Dun, U.P., India.] R.S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D.H.   Homoeopathy is based upon the laws of nature. “Similia Similibus Curantur” is a law of nature as unerring and immutable as the Law of Gravity. As a fruit detached from the tree must fall to the ground, so … Read more

TIMING IN PRESCRIBING

[Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., June 20, 1951.]. ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Every good mechanic knows the importance of timing in your cats engine. If the cylinders do not synchronize there is loss of power. In diplomacy timing is of the most vital importance. To philosophers, as well as to athletes, … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND ISOPATHY

[Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Illinois Homoeopathic Medical Association, may, 1951.]. DONALD G. GLADISH, M.D.   Homoeopathy, by one definition, is a method of treatment of diseases based upon the conception “similia similibus curentur” (let likes be cured by likes). According to Dr. Linn J. Boyd in the National Encyclopedia there are four … Read more

PREVENTION AND CURE OF HEART DISEASE BY HOMOEOPATHY

[Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A. June 21, 1951.]. A.H. GRIMMER, M.D.   While Homoeopathy has no one specific remedy for heart disease, it is rich in many remedies whose provings indicate their use and applicability to all the various types of cardiac disease classified. We will take up some of the more … Read more