REMEDY SELECTION AS AN ART

 [ Read before the Forty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Southern Homoeopathic Medical Association at St. Petersburg, Florida, on November 21st, 1930.]. By RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D., Millburn, N.J.   THE science of homoeopathy is one thing, the art is quite another; the former demands as much knowledge as possible concerning the action of drugs, how … Read more

A STUDY OF ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA

  By GEORGE ROYAL, M.D.   THIS child was born into the family of Eclectic medicine. We Homoeopathists adopted her after her characteristic habits had been pretty well formed. Not only have we assisted in developing and displaying these characteristics but have also assisted in the formation and practising of new habits. Thomas Eclectic Practice of … Read more

CLEMATIS ERECTA FLORA

 By EDWARD BACH, M.D.   THE key-notes of Clematis flora, as indicated in the “HOMOEOPATHIC WORLD” of December, 1930, are: dreamy, drowsy dispositions: calm: resigned: loss of interest in daily life: often concentration too much on one individual. These patients are usually pale, sallow, and have a very weary and tired expression. The following cases … Read more

A STUDY OF ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA

    BY GEORGE ROYAL, M.D. BLOOD AND PEYERS PATCHES. CASE III. Minnie B., age 14, school girl; of typical Calcarea carb, make-up. F.H., mother healthy, also her family; father died of T.B.C. when the patient was nine months old and his mother died of T.B.C. when he was eighteen months old. P.H. had cholera infantum when … Read more

SOME FUNDAMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS OF DISEASE AND CURE

 By EDWARD BACH, M.D. (Concluded from December, 1930, page 331). SCLERANTHUS THE WEATHER VANE.   The key-note to this type is lack of stability and confidence. There is no self-reliance, hence they are always seeking the advice of others; and are swayed to and fro between the various opinions of their friends. They are unable … Read more

HOW THEY KEEP HOMOEOPATHY ALIVE

   A GREAT GERMAN JOURNAL. By ELLIS BARKER J.   THE Germans appear to have a special talent for organisation and for co-operation. That may be seen in everything they undertake and also in homoeopathy. Scientifically German homoeopathy stands very low. Since the time of Hahnemann and his immediate successors the Germans have not published anything … Read more