THE IDEAL CURE, THE PATIENT AND THE REMEDY
Jun06

THE IDEAL CURE, THE PATIENT AND THE REMEDY

By G.P.Waring, M.D., Chicago, III., Professor Materia Medica Hahnemann Medical College. The philosophy of Homoeopathy, applied to the topic selected for this paper, is a very important factor in the ideal cure. To “cure the sick” is the mission of every respectable and conscientious doctor. An ideal cure is based upon the philosophy promulgated by Hahnemann. Sections 1 and 2, the very beginning of the Organon, lay down clearly and...

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MELILOTUS, ETC.
Jun04

MELILOTUS, ETC.

By C.M. Boger, M.D. We will speak of the sweet clover in this place because of its close similarity to Glonoin in many of its symptoms. Its active principle is Coumarin’s substance of a very pleasant sweetish odor; the whitish efflorescence as well as the odor of Tonka bean is due to its presence. The Wood ruff, or Asperula odorata of Europe which used in Germany to give the pleasant flavor to the so-called May wine also contains it;...

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MORPHINE AND PERMANGANATE OF POTASSA

The experiments of Dr. Moore regarding Morphine and its antidote, Permanganate of potassa, induced me to try a few experiments in this line. I dissolved one grain of Morphine and one and one-third grains of Permanganate of Potassa, each separately, in one ounce of water. On mixing the two solutions a liquid like coffee was at once formed, which had not the faintest taste of either constituent. It was nearly without taste. This change...

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THE LIFE OF THE PLANT IN THERAPEUTICS
Jun01

THE LIFE OF THE PLANT IN THERAPEUTICS

In a recent editorial, page 467, reference is made to a suggestion that the fresh or recent medicine is the best, since it “contains the life of the plant; that the dried drug stock is dead,” etc. About the year 1870 the writer made up a quantity of the green root of the wild indigo, fresh drug, and washed into a tincture as follows: The root was mashed into a pulp in an iron mortar. Tho one pound of the pulp a pint of alcohol was...

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ARSENIC FOR HORSES
May31

ARSENIC FOR HORSES

In the Revu homeopathic Belge of August last is a translation by Dr. Chevalier, of Charleroi, of an article contributed by Dr. Mossa, of Stuttgart, to the Homeopathic Monatsblatter, entitled, “Arsenic, a Capital Remedy for Horses.” From this very interesting article we will make a few extracts. “Long ago a very celebrated veterinarian, Brauns, remarked, after long experience, that arsenic is the best remedy for the equine race...

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Proving of BHINDI – Lady finger- Okra
May30

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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CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHARMACODYNAMICS ACCORDING TO HOMOEOPATHIC PRINCIPLES
May29

CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHARMACODYNAMICS ACCORDING TO HOMOEOPATHIC PRINCIPLES

By Dr. Lobethal, of Breslau ACID PHOSPHORICUM When combined with oxygen, Phosphorus has quite a different tendency in variours infirmities of the human body. While real debility, lack of tone owing to violently active influences are the indications for Phosphorus. All the ailments in which Phosphoric acid proves suitable point more to a suppression of forces. The supply of organic forces must be larger for a successful use of...

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A BOLD-FACED STEAL

In May last there appeared in the Recorder an article entitled “A Warning,” in which the steal perpetrated by Prof. George W. Carey, D.C.L., of Spokane, Washington; J.B. Chapman, M.D., etc., and J.G. Lawrence, etc., on the “Twelve Tissue Remedies,” Boericke & Dewey’s edition, was shown up, and where in the profession was warned of another projected, steal in these words: “An obscure publisher in one of our small western cities...

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AZADIRACHTA INDICA A SYNOPSIS OF ITS PATHOGENESIS
May25

AZADIRACHTA INDICA A SYNOPSIS OF ITS PATHOGENESIS

By P.C. Majumdar, M.D., Calcutta, India. Azadirachta Indica. Syn.: Sanskrit, Nimba; Bengala and Hindi, Nim. Belong to the natural order Meliaeae. It is a large tree. Bark is used for making tinctures from which provings were instituted. The leaves, bark, wood, roots and fruits, in short every part of this tree, is intensely bitter. According to ayurveda (Hindu System of medicine) the different parts of this tree possess defferent...

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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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