SERUM TERRORISM

By Dr. Grubenmann, in St. Gallen In the last meeting of the Central Union in Luzern, after the address of Dr. Wapler on “Diphtheria Serum and Homoeopathy,” there was a very animated discussion, as the serum found so very warm defenders among our homoeopathic physicians. Although it would seem to me that allopathic physicians show more favorable statistics of mortality since the introduction of this serum, I always was of the opinion,...

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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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Proving of BHINDI – Lady finger- Okra
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Proving of BHINDI – Lady finger- Okra

Proving of BHINDI – Lady finger- Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus, known in many English-speaking countries as ladies’ fingers or ochro, is a flowering plant in the mallow family. It is valued for its edible green seed pods. The geographical origin of okra is disputed, with supporters of West African, Ethiopian, and South Asian origins. The plant is cultivated in tropical, subtropical and warm temperate regions around the...

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HOMOEOPATHIC TINCTURES

IMPORTED TINCTURES Whenever practicable Hahnemann made his tincture from the fresh succulent plants and parts of plants. For it had been observed that during the process of drying many volatile constituents were lost outright, and in addition such, changes wrought by the oxidizing action of the air that portions of the juice would be rendered insoluble no matter how careful the plant be dried. Of all plants indigenous to Europe the...

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MC MICHAEL’S COMPENDIUM

Of the making 01 book there is no end, but the numbers which stand the test of time, and prove of permanent value are exceedingly few. Whether this work will be received with favour, depends largely upon the means taken for placing its merits before those who should be interested in its arrangement. It is an admirable, and at the same time comprehensive combination of the Materia Medica, clinical verification as well as a complete...

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