SOME HIGH POTENCY CASES FROM GERMANY
Feb20

SOME HIGH POTENCY CASES FROM GERMANY

By Dr. Strohmeyer, Frankfurt A.M.      The following three cases, I think, I can claim as having been cured by means of high potencies, and I would go further and would claim that, basing my assertion on former experience, that they would not have been healed as promptly and safely by lower potencies, as by the high dilution which I used: I. A Stye. The first case was that of a lady, thirty-five years of age, who, hitherto, had always...

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GONORRHOEA
Feb19

GONORRHOEA

      (The following is clipped from Dr. Strart close, trans. A.I.H., 1907, and shows the necessity of good homoeopathic treatment in old gonorrhoeas.)      We have strong endorsement of this position by a number of the highest authorities. Prof. Lydston, in his recent admirable treatise on venereal and Sexual Diseases, says, “the disease (gonorrhoea) is rarely treated upon rational principles. The patient...

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KALI PHOSPHORICUM
Feb17

KALI PHOSPHORICUM

By Dr. George royal      Let me gime you a few groups of Kali phos. symptoms which have been verified and which will show some of the conditions for which it will prove useful. CASE I – Amenorrhoea. The Kali phos. symptoms were “constant, dull headache, yet drowsy all day” cross and snappish (irritable);” “cries easily (depressed);” “so fidgety she could not control herself.” Kali phos. 3x, four times daily, cured...

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Dr.Nambison leads the Homeopathic mystery-solving scientific study.

Dr.Avanish Kumar Srivastava, Director, CSIR, (AMPRI), Bhopal & Prof.Dr.Nisanth Nambison, Nodal officer for Research at Govt. Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital exchanged documents. First of its kind Homeopathic Research. Will help in quality control and precise prescribing apart from solving the High-dilution mystery. Bhopal 14/02/2020 Today at a humble ceremony Dr.Avanish Kumar Srivastava, Director, CSIR, Council of...

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ECHINACEA IN FEVERS
Feb13

ECHINACEA IN FEVERS

“Echinacea is a remedy that should not be forgotten in fevers. My experience has been such that I can lay claim to the wonderful results that some claim for it in febrile conditions. In measles, chicken-pox and scarlet fever it seems to exert a powerful influence, not shortening the attack, but the diseases run a very mild course and leave no bad after effects. If you give Echinacea angustifolium in scarlet fever you should never fear...

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SOME CASES OF ASTHMA
Feb12

SOME CASES OF ASTHMA

By Dr. Martens, Lueneburg. The present communication is caused by the cure of several cases of nervous asthma. In all the four cases here adduced a longer or shorter allopathic treatment had preceded, consisting chiefly in the prescription of Iodide of Potassa, Bromide of Potassa, Quinine, Atropin, and the inhalation of vapors of Spirits of turpentine and Ammonia, etc. In one case (IV) also a climatic cure at the sea-coast had been...

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SOME REMARKS ON APPENDICITIS
Feb11

SOME REMARKS ON APPENDICITIS

By Dr. Matteg, Ravensburg. As is well-known, the appendix vermicularis, with the herbivora, is enormously extended and we find in it a quantity of undigested food, while further up in the larger intestine the food has already disappeared. Why then should man, who eats everything, also herbs, have no vermiform appendix? Cellulose and fibrin are not digested by the saliva, the gastric juice or the intestinal and pancreatic secretions,...

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Lac Caninum
Feb10

Lac Caninum

Some of the earlier writers in medicine mention the use of bitch’s milk as a remedy, but we owe its modern use in medicine to Homoeopathy, where it fills a very useful and pretty well defined place. It is not a little remarkable that the weak points in the organism of the dog should correspond to the region most affected in the human economy by proving of this substance.       The tendency of Lac caninum symptoms is erratic. To wander...

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SERUM THERAPY
Feb06

SERUM THERAPY

Eric Graf von der Goltz, M.D.       If any one will take the time to scan over the three volumes of J.H. Clark’s Dictionary of Materia Medica he will find all that on record which at the present time fills the allopathic press as the newest gain of scientific researches. But it must be said that the statements of those old records show a greater clearness, a more simple language than the editorials and...

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CRATAGUS OXYACANTHA
Feb05

CRATAGUS OXYACANTHA

By Crawford R. Green, M.D., Troy, N. Y.       The introduction of Cratagus oxyacantha, the Hawthorn berry, into medicine as a heart remedy is attributed to a Dr. Green, of Enhis, Ireland. From time to time this remedy has attained to some sporadic vogue, but is has never received that general recognition which it so richly deserves. Indeed, Cratagus has given such uniformly successful results where it has been...

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