VETERINARY PRACTICE
Mar26

VETERINARY PRACTICE

CASE-1Last spring I was called to see and prescribe for a valuable six-year old stallion. The owner said he couldn’t make him take on flesh. He was indeed a sorry looking object; hair standing and dead-looking; bones very prominent; membranes of the eyes and mouth of a yellowish color; skin covered with cruptions; so weak that when they attempted to move him he uearly fell. Some days he would eat his feed, and others only part of it....

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Tarantula Cubensis in Diphtheria
Mar22

Tarantula Cubensis in Diphtheria

Dr. W.J. Martin read a paper on this topic supplementing one he read at the meeting of the Pennsylvania Homoeopathic Medical Society, and confirming what he then said concerning this remedy in diphtheria. “Tarantula Cubensis is one of that class of priceless remedies peculiar to our school obtained from the animal kingdom; it is an animal polson; it is a congener of Apis, Lachesis, Crotalus etc…….. In their application to...

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AN INTERESTING CASE OF HERNIA
Mar19

AN INTERESTING CASE OF HERNIA

Our text-books have many and valued symptoms laid down, said to be found and observed in hernia. And it may be said to be the slough of despond for students, and young practitioners alike. I remember of old, when at my studies at college, how hard it was to understand the obsolete term of hernia, and how many weary hours were spent by us in wrestling with this hydraheaded monster. Last summer I had the honor to be a representative...

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“SPONGERS ALL”
Mar18

“SPONGERS ALL”

My Dear Friend: Since I wrote you, telling of the closing of the Homoeopathic College, and the destruction of the library, and the general downfall of Homoeopathy, it has transpired that I was too hasty. Homoeopathy is not dead. Our good genius Justice has come to our aid; we have opened our college, our students have gladly returned from thee hospitals of the lymph Squinters; our patients are returning or us glad to be delivered from...

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SNAKE BITES
Mar16

SNAKE BITES

Numerous articles have appeared in our medical journals during the past few months relative to treatment of persons bitten by venomous reptiles, especially the rattlesnake. Whether the rattlesnakes found in the marshes of Indiana are in any respect different from those found in Oregon, or in the mountains of Pennsylvania, I do not know. Te bite of the Indiana rattler has been known to prove fatal to both man and beast. Notwithstanding...

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THE ESSENTIALS FOR PRESCRIBING HOMOEOPATHICALLY Or, The Clue to a “Condensed” Materia Medica
Mar15

THE ESSENTIALS FOR PRESCRIBING HOMOEOPATHICALLY Or, The Clue to a “Condensed” Materia Medica

It has been derisively said that the much vaunted “like” of the Homoeopath is an elastic bag into which you can cram any and everything. It is the use of the repertory in prescribing that is jeered, while it is only the miss-use of it that deserves the jeer. If a child’s dissected map were made with one or more of its component pieces exactly duplicated, it could be so put together there being no piece left out that it would look as...

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PROVINGS OF LAPPA OFFICINALS.  By Samuel A. Jones, M.D.  Proving of Lappa Officinals by G.A. Taber, M.D.
Mar14

PROVINGS OF LAPPA OFFICINALS. By Samuel A. Jones, M.D. Proving of Lappa Officinals by G.A. Taber, M.D.

First Trial 1881. Oct. 9th. Took 4 drops of tincture at 2 p.m. Oct. 10th Took 4 drops at 9 a.m. and at 4 p.m. at 7 p.m. urging to stool with a hurried evacuation, which was normal with the exception of the last part, which contained some bright red blood. Oct. 11th, 4 a.m. Urging to stool obliging me to get out of bed; stool normal and preceded by a little flatus; the desire for 5 drops of tincture. Oct. 12th, 10 a.m. Took 5drops of...

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PROVING OF HELODERMA HORRIDUS  The Gila Monster
Mar13

PROVING OF HELODERMA HORRIDUS The Gila Monster

January 1, 1893. Having made two previous partial proving of the poison of this creature, during the months of November and December, 1892, I now purpose to make a more careful one, and if possible, by my efforts to learn by experience, all that is possible. I am conscious of many defects in recording the two previous proving; we have to learn to do some things by doing them. I now see that I ought to have given more attention to my...

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POINTERS
Mar12

POINTERS

Punctured wounds in palms, soles and finger that is cold to the touch, Ledum.In erysipelatous conditions it is well to bear in mind that the Bell. Swelling is bright red; that of Rhus dark red; that of Apis a pinkish rosy hue with oedema, and white in the center of the swelling; of the swelling; that of Lachesis, a dark bluish black.The predominant keynote of Kali mur. Is whiteness; the next indication is toughness of secretions....

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Paris Hahnemann’s Cemetery tour: Travel Guide How to reach?
Mar11

Paris Hahnemann’s Cemetery tour: Travel Guide How to reach?

02 July 1843, Hahnemann on the death bed at 1 Rue de Milan, Paris Hahnemann died there at 5am on 2 July 1843 and Melanie kept his body there before burial until the 11th July. He was buried in the Cimetiere de Montmartre to the north of Paris in what is popularly called the ‘artist’s quarter’. He was buried in grave number 8 and in 1878 Melanie was buried in grave number 9. Hahnemann Grave No.8, Cimetiere de Montmartre,...

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