MIRACLE CURES OF AN EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST

 By DR. GEORGE W. MACKENZIE, Philadelphia. (From The Hahnemannian Monthly, May, 1932).   EVERYONE can recall instances where the results obtained from the administration of drugs, homoeopathically prescribed, have approached the miraculous. My experience in this direction forces me to accept as truth those experiences cited by others which match up with my own, even … Read more

DIET AND DENTAL DISEASE

 By DR. J. MENZIES CAMPBELL. (By kind permission of The Spectator).   DENTAL disease is the most prevalent of modern complaints; it is more widespread to-day than ever before in the worlds history. The two most important types are caries (decay) and pyorrhoea alveolaris. The former affects the teeth themselves, and the latter the gums … Read more

CURES BY RHUS TOXICODENDRON

  By DR. HARVEY FARRINGTON, from the Mid-West Homoeopathic News Journal, February, 1932.   SOME twenty-five years ago Jesse Burt, son of the late Dr. Wm. H. Burt, was modelling miniature figures for exhibits at the Field Museum of Chicago. A young Indian, about twenty-four years of age, was brought in from the West to act … Read more

A CURE OF PERSISTENT GIDDINESS

  By DR. A. H. CROUCHER.   MRS. R., a healthy looking woman, forty-nine years old, who was a hard-working housekeeper, of cheerful disposition, consulted me in May, 1931, complaining of giddiness which came on when she turned her head. Her complaint was aggravated when she was out of doors, and she told me that there … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN PALPITATION OF HEART

  By DR. KLIEN.   (Leipz. Pop. Zeitung fur Homoeopathie, January, 1931. Translated by S.W.S.). From Pacific Coast Journal of Homoeopathy, Feb., 1932. Aconitum, after excitement, with dyspnoea from fast walking and climbing. Arsenicum, nights, awakens patient, with suffocation. Belladonna, with ear noises and flickering before eyes. Cactus grand., with constriction of heart and syncope. Chamomilla … Read more