NATRUM SULPHURICUM

Rudolph F. Rabe, M.D.       This remedy, like Lac caninum, seems to be little known to the majority of homoeopathic physicians. This statement applies, of course, to those of the low potency persuasion, more particularly. Known commonly as Glauber’s salts or sulphate of soda, the drug is extensively used by stable men in purging the long-suffering horse. That a drug disease is, or can be, in this manner,...

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FROM THE BORDERLAND OF SURGERY
Sep14

FROM THE BORDERLAND OF SURGERY

By Dr. Stauffer, Munich       On July 10th I visited a patient and found with her Sister A., of the mission, who had come in from the country in order that she might be operated on a second time. She has been suffering for months from a catarrh of the ventricles of the brain, as she told me; and four weeks ago, at the advice of her physician, she had submitted to an operation. On account of her intolerable headache, the cerebral...

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STANNUM IN THE LATER STAGES OF PHTHISIS

By the late Dr. Mossa, Stuttgart., Translated from the Allg. Hom. Zeit.       Dr. Theophilus Ord, physician in the Hahnemann Sanitarium at Bournemouth, where he has an abundant opportunity of finding consumptives under treatment, has found that with these in the later stages of the disease Stannum jodat. is of all remedies the most effective. He makes the following declaration concerning the efficacy of remedies in these later stages...

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HAMAMELIS
Sep04

HAMAMELIS

     Gilchrist (Surgical Emergencies), under the title of Conclusions, says of Hamamelis that it is indicated when the effusion is entirely haemorrhagic and remains fluid. The part is fluctuating, red in color, and there is no disposition to coagulating (in contradistinction to Arnica, which is called for when the haemorrhagic swelling is firm and coagulation rapid; it removes the clots of blood).       ...

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TWO CURIOUS CASES

I       In the latter part of November, 1887, I was called to visit a Mrs. – When I entered her room she was sitting on the side of the bed. I said good morning to her, but got no reply except a mild stare. I asked her general questions, but got no answer; then her husband entered the room, and in answer to my question as to shy she did not talk he said: “She has not spoken to any of us this morning, and we do...

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GELSEMIUM
Aug30

GELSEMIUM

     Apathy, heaviness and relaxation characterize this drug; there is loss of muscular power, causing sensations of weight and weakness, particularly in the eyelids and lower limbs; as well as in the sphincters, so that on any unusual excitement there may be involuntary evacuations of stool, urine or semen; this state may go on to functional paralysis, one form of which is like post-diphtheritic paralysis, for which it is so...

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