THE MINIMUM DOSE

The difficulty of the subject along with the vast number of opinions concerning the potency question make me timid in launching out upon this most important and, to some, irritating subject.      In all cases the minimum dose that will cure is to be employed, otherwise an aggravation of the existing diseased condition may be caused, or other symptoms of the administered drug be produced before reaction takes place....

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CANCER
Jul29

CANCER

I respectfully submit to you two cases of cancer recently cured by me: CASE 1. – Mrs. L.N.M., aet. 50, married thirty years, childless. Her father had suffered with cancer of face; brother had died with cancer on breast. She is a blonde, masculine built and very intelligent. She has suffered with irregular menstruation always; the only food she took for years was mush and milk. Constipation for fifteen years, yielding to nothing...

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FLUORIC ACID
Jul25

FLUORIC ACID

      This is one of the four halogens, the others being Iodum, Bromium and Chlorum; it is a most destructive agent, possessing erosive properties of the highest order. As you probably know, it was formerly much used in glass etching; the sand blast has, however, now largely displaced it.      Erosion is the key to its general action; the leucorrhoea excoriates and the sweat smarts and chafes the skin so that...

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NATRUM SULPHURICUM

Von Grauvog showed that Natrum sulphuricum patients are severely affected by dampness and that the sensitiveness thereto is often a result of sycosis; thus originated the theory of hydro-genoid constitution, for which he proposed Thuja and Natrum sulphuricum as remedies; I would impress upon you that no one or two remedies can by the very nature of things be a specific for any given disease, they can only be such when thee symptoms...

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MYXOEDEMA AND CACHEXIA STRUMIPRIVA
Jul23

MYXOEDEMA AND CACHEXIA STRUMIPRIVA

The following address was delivered at Munich on April 25, 1905, at the spring meeting of the homoeopathic physicians of Bavaria:      When in a healthy man the thyroid gland is removed by a surgical operation, there gradually appears a series of symptoms, which point to a disturbance of the nervous activity. Slowly there is formed and anaemia, with consequent bodily and mental feebleness: there is a slow process of invalidism, until...

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