PHYTO-ANALYSIS AND HOMOEOPATHY

  A paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the International Homoeopathic League, Geneva, August, 1931. By DR. G. MADAUS, of Dresden.   THE latest conclusions, that in plants animal hormones are also to be found, e.g. in the drug Polygonatum offic. an extract of the pancreas, similar to insulin, or in the tuber of rhubarb … Read more

DO OUR REMEDIES NEED RE-PROVING

  By DR. FERGIE WOODS.   THIS question is suggested by several considerations. In the first place, we must remember that the great majority of the remedies we use (certainly those we use most constantly) were proved about a hundred years ago, when conditions of life were very different from those that obtain today. Not only … Read more

HINTS ABOUT HEARTS

 By THE LATE JOHN MCLACHLAN, M.D., F.R.C.S.   There is no attempt at anything systematic in this paper. It consists chiefly of notes and observations culled from the pages of my interleaved Repertory. These notes, many of which are not specially “Homoeopathic,” are derived from the numerous articles, papers, lectures, etc., which one reads in … Read more

THE CLINICAL USES OF DIGITALIS

  By DR. A. PULFORD. (Reprinted from The Homoeopathic Recorder, August, 1931).   KENT was right when he said: “This drug as used by the old school has done more mischief than any one drug in their materia medica.” He could have truthfully included many “Modern” homoeopaths. This drug touches at three points in the male … Read more