CALENDULA AN ANTIDOTE TO APIS
Jan18

CALENDULA AN ANTIDOTE TO APIS

     If you think the following cases from practice worthy of a place in the Recorder, please insert the same: First case – A little girl, stung by a honey-bee on the finger – intense pain and swelling of the arm to the shoulder, with red streaks; as different remedies had been applied without effect, sent small powder of sugar with six drops of Calendula tincture on it, to be dissolved in half teacup of...

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SOME PECULIAR CASES OF INFLUENZA PNEUMONIA
Jan16

SOME PECULIAR CASES OF INFLUENZA PNEUMONIA

By Dr. G. Sieffert, Paris      In every new epidemy of influenza the observation made long ago of its mutability of form becomes anew noticeable. This fact is seen even in the merely bacteriological relations of its specific cause. New observations by Wassermann, Doering and Jochmann show that it is often very difficult to find the bacillus of Pfciffer: the active cause quickly vanishing out of the sputurn, etc.      Also the fact...

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DIARRHOEA, INFANTILE, CURED BY MEDORRHINUM
Jan14

DIARRHOEA, INFANTILE, CURED BY MEDORRHINUM

By R. C. Mitter, M.D. Babu N. Karr’s child (male). Aged six months, came under my treatment on September 10th. 1907, after it had passed several allopathic hands. The child was evacuating greenish-watery, slimy, frothy and sour-smelling stools. The mother is dyspeptic, for which she received Robinia 3x. Looking at the characteristic stool of the child, and the head sweating profusely, I prescribed Calcarea carb. 1000, one dose then...

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BIOCHEMISTRY AND SEPSIS
Jan13

BIOCHEMISTRY AND SEPSIS

By Eric Graf von der Goltz, M.D.        Ch. D., a young girl of fifteen years of age, had suffered on board of the ship, while coming from Europe to New York, a slight accident, as it seemed at the time, somebody having stepped on the great toe of her right foot. About fourteen days after coming to New York she fell sick (March 10th,’ 07) did not feel well, had headaches and chills, and also pains in this...

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THE DANGEROUS GERMS
Jan11

THE DANGEROUS GERMS

By Wm. L. Morgan, M.D There is no one subject that occupies so much space in modern literature of every kind. As well as in the teachings and research of the highest educational institutions of the civilized world; as that of the germ theory of disease.      No subject has caused more fear, dread and suffering among all classes of the human race than the science of bacteriology and the literature regarding dangerous germs, microbes,...

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LARGEST HOMEOPATHIC RESEARCH STUDY IN THE WORLD
Jan08

LARGEST HOMEOPATHIC RESEARCH STUDY IN THE WORLD

The preliminary report on the ongoing research project titled “Evaluating the effectiveness of Homeopathy as adjuvant therapy for Sickle Cell Disorder among PVTGs” being undertaken at Government Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bhopal (M.P.) INDIA – Prof. Dr Nisanth KM Nambison (Principal Investigator) is a promising step towards a good scientific study in Homeopathy. The said study is the Largest Homeopathic study in...

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ARNICA AND HAMAMELIS
Jan07

ARNICA AND HAMAMELIS

By C. M. Boger, M.D. Loss of continuity permeates the mental as well as physical processes of almost every Arnica condition. Ideation is irregular, being subject to interruption; the power of the motor nerves is often abolished or they act only in part. The results that imperfect or slow answers, followed quickly by stupor and involuntary evacuations, are much in evidence; other symptoms like those seen after injuries, concussions,...

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MALANDRINUM, ITS DERIVATION AND USE
Jan03

MALANDRINUM, ITS DERIVATION AND USE

By J. T. Boland, M. D., Kansas City, Mo.      From Jenner we have it that the origin of cow-pox is an infection of the udders of cows by contact with grass on which a horse infected with grease has trodden; while the other historical origin from a similar source of infection, also from Jenner, is that it was from the unwashed hands of the stable-boys, who milk the cows after grooming the horses infected with grease.      This grease...

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A CURE WITH SEPIA
Jan02

A CURE WITH SEPIA

By Dr. Granow, Frankfurt, A.M.      Marie A., the wife of a brewer from Sachsenhausen, twenty-two years of age, consulted me June 27, 1906, on account of drawing pains and rumbling in the abdomen. She had sought for relief from various sources without success. People now were telling her that she had a tapeworm, and she was almost inclined to believe this. Now she had heard about me and had come to ask me to treat her, as she had...

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PROLAPSUS OF THE UTERUS
Dec27

PROLAPSUS OF THE UTERUS

My wife had three times prolapsus of the uterus in the third month of pregnancy. Twice this had caused miscarriage. The second time the after-birth was not discharged, so that the physician had to remove it, using chloroform. As this required several days, and my wife’s complexion was turning yellow, I was afraid that there was decomposition of the placenta with blood poisoning, so I secretly gave her Kali phos. After a week, to the...

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