THE ACTION OF SOLUTIONS OF HIGH ATTENUATION ON LIVING ORGANISMS

By albert Schneider, M.D., Ph.D.      It is known that metals placed in water in which seedlings are stimulate growth, so long as the solutions of the metals are weak. Further, it has been determined that very minute quantities of the salts of einc and iron, as well as of silicates, have a stimulating effect upon the growth of some fungi. These and other similar observations led Hueppe to formulate his biological law or dictum which...

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SOME ADVANCE STUDIES FOR MENINGITIS CEREBRO-SPINALIS
Oct15

SOME ADVANCE STUDIES FOR MENINGITIS CEREBRO-SPINALIS

By Dr. E. Schlegel, Tucbingen       About ten years ago, in springtime, I had to treat two children who had been poisoned by eating the young shoots of Tragopogon (Goat’s beard), which are dug up here in April by children on account of their sweet juice. One of them was a five-year-old boy in the neighboring V., from whose mother I then heard that another child was taken sick from the same cause and with the...

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DIPHTHERIA AND COMMON SALT
Oct12

DIPHTHERIA AND COMMON SALT

By A. Scholta, Freiberg From a lengthy article on this subject we here bring what may prove of use and interest to many:       “I have lately tried repeatedly in my practice the physiological clysters of the solution of common salt in a group of medicine diseases, which, according to the division made by the staff-surgeon, Von Grauvogl, belong to the so-called hydrogenic disturbances of the constitution. I had in mind in this matter...

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THE BLOOD AND NOT THE STRUCTURE AFFECTED IS THE SEAT OR SOIL OF THE DISEASE

By Mark Zopfir, M.D., Pittsburg, Pa. Not the organ or part affected is the disease, but rather the seat of irritation. No organ or part of the body can become irritated, inflamed, diseased, develop cellular or structural changes independent and without the presence of an irritating and distinctive agent to act upon and disturb the same. These exciting and destructive elements always have their existence in, and are the results of a...

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CARBONACIDAEMIA AND CARBONACIDOSIS

By Dr. A. Stiegele, Stuttgart A short time ago Avery interesting and praiseworthy little work appeared by Dr. Heinrich Lahmann (Weisser Hirsch bei Dresden) entitled, “The Accumulation of Carbonic Acid in Our Body (Carbonacidamia and Carbonacidosis). A contribution to the Comprehension of the Nature of Internal Diseases.” Lahmann here presents very skillfully and in a convincing manner the idea thing new, something unheard of. But for...

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