HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN SURGERY

  BY DR. GUY B. STEARNS, New York. (Second Article).   LACERATIONS, PUNCTURE-WOUNDS, ETC. Calendula succus is very efficient as a would dressing for all sorts of lacerations, preventing suppuration and hastening healing. It is called a homoeopathic antiseptic. As a matter of fact, it is not antiseptic but probably stimulates granulation. It is recommended topically … Read more

DANGEROUS SURGICAL SUPPRESSION

  By DR. EUGENE UNDERHILL, Junior. (Homoeopathic Recorder, October, 1932).   If every patient suffering from acute appendicitis were put to bed, given the indicated remedy, no food whatever and plain tepid enemas-in ninety nine case out of a hundred it would prove to be nothing worth mentioning- just a little indigestion. To be sure there … Read more

HINTS FOR WOULD BE VEGETARIANS

 THE articles of Dr. M.Hindhede, a vegetarian, probably the leading dietician living, which were published in this journal in July, August and September, have brought numerous enquiries from would-be vegetarians. Vegetarianism is an unfortunate word. It causes people to believe that it is possible to live on vegetables and fruit alone. Such a diet may … Read more