CICHORIUM INTYBUS

By EDWARD BACH, M.D. As indicated in “THE HOMOEOPATHIC WORLD” of December, 1930, the Cichorium patient is possessive and dominant; desirous to control others. They will use any means in their power to attract attention to themselves, and to interfere with the happiness and freedom of others. They are often talkative, fussy, nagging, and may … Read more

ELASTICITY OF THE CARDIAC MUSCLE

By JOHN MCLACHLAN, M.D., F.R.C.S.   IT has always seemed passing strange to me that writers on cardiac disease, with one accord, entirely ignore the subject of the elasticity of the cardiac muscle, and the very important part it plays in the economics of that organ. One does not wish to deal, more than necessary, … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND LONGEVITY

  By ELLIS BARKER J.   SAMUEL HAHNEMANN and many of his successors down to the present day have frequently asserted that orthodox medication shortens life and that homoeopathic treatment promises longevity. These statements which may be found in innumerable books are usually considered to be empty boasts and wild statements impossible to prove by those … Read more