PASSIFLORA INCARNATA
Apr30

PASSIFLORA INCARNATA

I have at divers times called attention through our medical journals to the valuable therapeutic properties of Passiflora, its chief virtues being sedative, to the nervous system, and one point in particular relative to its physiological properties is the absence of any narcotic properties. Recently I have treated one of the most violent cases of spasmodic asthma I have ever encountered. In connection with the cases is the patient had...

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A CASE OF TUBERCULOUS PHTHISIS CURED MAINLY BY TUBERCULINUM (HEATH)
Apr29

A CASE OF TUBERCULOUS PHTHISIS CURED MAINLY BY TUBERCULINUM (HEATH)

By John H. Clarke, M.D., Physician to the London Homoeopathic Hospital. James K., a carman, aged 40, was admitted into the hospital October 17, 1892. The following notes are taken from teh casebook of Dr. Vincent Green, Junior resident medical officer. The familly history is excellent, there being no history of phthisis. The patient’s present illness dates from an attack of influenza Three years ago, the attack being followed by...

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Throat
Apr25

Throat

A man, aet. 40, was suffering for five weeks with severe stitching and burning pain in the back of the throat and below the Adam’s apple, especially on swallowing; he felt at the same time stitches darting towards the ear, and burning pain toward the shoulder. Partaking of food or drink, even in minute quantities occasions indescribable distress. Violent thirst, constipated. There is nothing abnormal to be seen in the throat beyond a...

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A CASE OF PSEUDO-CYESIS

A peculiar case came to hand a short time ago of a middle-aged woman, and I will give it as it appeared to me. Such cases are, I believe, rare, it being the first I have seen or, in fact, heard of, in my practice of over twelve years; to the younger members of the profession it will be interesting if not instructive, and perhaps the older ones may learn something from it. The case is as follows: A woman of forty years of age presented...

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MEDICINES
Apr22

MEDICINES

Time was when the Homoeopathic physician prepared his own medicine, but as the number of drugs increased, and the demand upon the time of the physician became more pressing, this most important duty was gradually relegated to the Homoeopathic pharmacist. The Homoeopathic pharmacist’s duty in preparing medicine is second only in importance to that of the physician in prescribing it; if he fails in thee quality or accuracy of his...

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