HOMOEOPATHIC SENSITISATION

   By ELLIS BARKER J.   THE fact that people get very distinctly sensitised by using homoeopathic medicines is apparently not sufficiently considered in homoeopathic literature and treatment. I have noticed this interesting and important fact in numerous cases. People who have treated for many years with large doses of allopathic drugs frequently do hot respond … Read more

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS

   JOHN HENRY CLARKE. AN APPRECIATION BY DR. EDGAR WHITAKER. THERE are many eminent professional men in Homoeopathy, such is the vitality of the science there always will be, but in the passing of John Henry Clarke there is something of drama-of the suddenly darkened stage-a blacking out. What can be done by friends when their … Read more

WHY THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

  By DR. FERGIE WOODS?. [Our contributors views do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the World at large. ED.].   A CRITICISM that is sometimes levelled at the postgraduate teaching of Homoeopathy in this country is to the effect that the beginner is too early confronted with high-falutin abstractions relating to the philosophy of the … Read more

OBSERVATIONS ON THE ACTION OF REMEDIES

 By RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D. U.S.A.   IN our homoeopathic journals, particularly those of an older day, Hahnemannians frequently commented on the rapidity of action of the simillimum, especially when this was given in a high potency, and numerous cases were cited, in which this rapidity seemed little short of marvellous. In these decadent days, … Read more

NEWS AND NOTES

Ellis Barker J THE HISTORY OF ERGOT.   THE British Medical Journal for December 12th, 1931, publishes a review of a book, “Ergot and Ergotism,” by Prof. George Barger, F.R.S. Some of the points mentioned have especial interest for homoeopaths. For instance, “The tragic experience of epidemic ergotism led to recognition of the abortifacient action … Read more