NATRUM SULPHURICUM

By C.M. Bogaer, M.D.      This is the Glauber Salt of our forefathers and in their day was used as a saline laxative much in the same way that Epsom Salt is today; even miraculous powers were ascribed to it by the ignorant; its violent action, however, led to the gradual substitution of the Magnesium sulphate. Its popular use exhibits its more obvious action; this Homoeopathy has amplified and defined by means of...

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A CASE OF CANCER IN THE CORNER OF THE EYE CURED
Jun21

A CASE OF CANCER IN THE CORNER OF THE EYE CURED

By Eli G. Jones, M.D.      On February 2d, 1994, a lady came to my office; she walked with a cane and was heavily veiled. As she sat down in the chair it seemed to me that she would hardly have strength enough to rise again. She lived just outside of the city and was over fifty years of age. Upon raising her veil to let me examine he face, “it was a sight to see.” An epithelial cancer starting from the corner of the eye, extending...

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SOME CASES OF RHEUMATISM
Jun19

SOME CASES OF RHEUMATISM

By Dr. Mossa, Stuttgart GNAPHALIUM      A servant girl, twenty-nine years of age, had suffered much ever since her ninth year from rheumatism. This pain roved about in all the joints, sometimes in the fingers which are red and swollen, then again in the shoulders or the loins. She cannot sleep at night. The joints are stiff and sore and hard to move. The mother-tincture of Gnaphalium, ten drops a week, continued for two months,...

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ECHINACEA
Jun18

ECHINACEA

     I use Echinacea in all septic conditions with only good results. I consider it an indispensable remedy in the treatment of stomach and intestinal troubles during the summer months in both children and adults. In treating summer complaint among children I combine Aconite and Ipecac. With it (the Aconite in minimum doses), and always feel positive of getting results. The echinacea seems to eliminate the poison from the system, and...

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THE THERAPEUTIC USES OF HAMAMELIS VIRGINICA
Jun17

THE THERAPEUTIC USES OF HAMAMELIS VIRGINICA

By H.R. Coston, M.D.       Hamamelis Virginica is tonic, astringent, haemostatic, antiseptic, and a vascular sedative, having a special action on the muscular coat of the vessels. It causes coagulation of tissue albumen, thus constringing the superficial vessels.     Applied locally it is very useful in sprains, bruises, local congestion, fissure in ano, ulcers, varicose veins and the intractable ulcers which...

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