DOUBLE PNEUMONIA
Mar31

DOUBLE PNEUMONIA

CASE – 1 Mr. C.E. Willians, aged forty-two, had been suffering from double pneumonia for twelve days. As he had no faith in homoeopathy, he placed himself under the treatment of two distinguished allopaths of the locality; but as the condition of the patient grew suddenly and alarmingly worse, his uncle called me in one the third of September, 1920, and asked me to take charge of the case SEPTEMBER, 1920, 11 A.M. I noted the following...

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THE USE OF BELLADONNA TINCTURE EXTERNALLY
Mar27

THE USE OF BELLADONNA TINCTURE EXTERNALLY

By Dr. Newberry In April number of the homoeopathic World there was an article on the “Influence of Belladonna in Suppurative Inflammation.” As our institution is situated practically in the centre of the town, we get a great number of acute inflammatory conditions resulting from accidents, etc. I determined to try Belladonna on the first opportunity. I had not long to wait, for a day or two after reading the article above referred to...

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ECHINACEA IN GERMANY
Mar20

ECHINACEA IN GERMANY

The great remedy Echinacea seems to have become very popular in Germany, and deservedly so if we may judge from the reports of cases printed in the German journals. One case was diagnosed several things by two physicians before it was seen to be a full fledged case of appendicitis. Echinacea had been given from the start and was continued; the case ran an unusually favorable course.       Another unusual case...

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THE TRUE LACHESIS
Mar17

THE TRUE LACHESIS

Under this heading Dr. Jules Gallavardin devotes considerable space in the September number of Le Propagateur de l’ Homoeopathic the authenticity of the “new supply of Lachesis” that a number of our American homoeopathic journals have announced, yet failed to caution their readers that its authenticity is doubtful. All doubts in the matter are now set at rest. The following is the article in question:      ...

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TRUTH IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL

     The chests of quite a number of homoeopathic graduates, recent and remote, are expanding with good feeling and satisfaction at the thought that the allopaths have “let down the bars” and now “we are all brothers with one lofty aim.” If this were true it would be lovely, but there are grave doubts. The stalwart, Dr. J.W. Mastin, of the Critique, in his October number, prints and editorial from the Columbus Medical Journal, on the...

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