A CASE OF APPENDICITIS
Jul15

A CASE OF APPENDICITIS

     In February of this year, early one morning, i was called to see a lady, 84 years of age, who was said to be very sick. On arrival I found her trying to vomit, each paroxysm causing most excruciating pain in the region of the appendix vermiform is; there was some effort at purging, but of no volume; there was a rise of one degree of temperature, great anxiety, death-like pallor. Magnesia carb. Neuralgia...

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THE DISTILLED EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS
Jul13

THE DISTILLED EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS

First Case – My left thumb was accidentally caught between a door post and the door, the sharp edge of the latter pressing violently on the thumb back of the nail. The pain was very severe and the jammed part soon grew black, but the skin was unbroken. I applied at once a cloth saturated with Hamamelis and kept it wet for several hours, also occasionally took a few drops of the Hamamelis internally. After about ten minutes the pain...

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ANTITOXINE AND HOMOEOPATHY

     The splendid article in the June number of the Recorder under the above heading by Doctor Shedd reminds me of an experience I had last fall, which I would like to present to those who are inclined to leave Homoeopathy, to delve in the flesh pot of Egypt , if you consider it of enough importance to publish it.      Fred Planner had a family of five children, whose ages were two and a half, eight, eleven, thirteen ad fourteen...

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THE HOMOEOPATHIST AND ANTITOXINE

      An eminent homoeopathist in Philadelphia was called as a consultant in a case of diphtheria. Carbolic acid was prescribed, and the child was apparently doing well, but an influential relative prevailed upon the parents to demand the use of the antitoxine.      A “specialist” was called in, antitoxine given, and in eighteen hours the child died. Not with standing the adverse testimony, antitoxine is generally accepted as a...

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WHAT THERE IS LEFT OF HOMOEOPATHY

By C.M. Boger, M.D.      Homoeopathy in its literature contains so many articles which, by inference at least, hold the law of similia to be insufficient that one begins to wonder in what direction its usefulness lies, or whether it is not a great delusion after all. Now it is this disease, then it is that, in which numerous and often potent adjuvants are considered a necessity or the remedy may even be relegated to secondary place...

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