Materia Medica and Books
Mar30

Materia Medica and Books

Many interesting comments on books were brought out by Dr. Hughes’ paper on “The Teachings of Materia Medica.” “It will be admitted by all,” said Dr. Hughes, “that if there is one chair in Homoeopathic colleges more important than the rest it is that of Materia Medica. I do not doubt that the governing bodies endeavour to obtain, and often succeed in obtaining, the best men available to fill them. But from books that have lately been...

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A Pointer on Helonias Diocia
Mar29

A Pointer on Helonias Diocia

Dr. C.J. Steele, of Milwaukee, Wis., contributed the following, concerning Helonias diocia, a confirmation of the merits of the fine Lilienthal’s Therapeutica: “In December, 1890, was called on by Mrs. S. For engagement at her labor, which she expected in March following. She complained that her limbs were swollen and the swelling seemed to increase. Also that she had much headache, with an appearance as if specks were floating before...

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CUBEBA OFFICINALIS
Mar28

CUBEBA OFFICINALIS

Dr. Q. O. Sutherland, among other things, has the following to say of this old remedy: “Its sphere of action seems to be wholly upon the mucous membranes. It has proved curative in all varieties of catarrh: Catarrh of the anterior and posterior nares; catarrh of the stomach, intestinal canal and rectum, and catarrh of the bladder. Prostorrhoea and spermatorrhoea are maladies in which it has been used with excellent success. It is...

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SECALE CORNUTUM IN TYPHOID FEVER
Mar27

SECALE CORNUTUM IN TYPHOID FEVER

Dr. T.S. Hoyne gave a new point on this remedy. The patient was a 17-year-old school girl, who, through checked menstruation brought on by exposure to slush and wet streets Developed Typhoid. “A few days later,” says Dr. Hayne, “I received a telephone call to come at once to Englewood to see Dr. Bacon’s patient. Upon my arrival the doctor told me that Miss had haemorrhages from the bowels that nothing seemed to control. It had lasted...

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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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