A CASE OF ACONITE POISONING
Mar12

A CASE OF ACONITE POISONING

      Homer Hollinger, age 26, 2012 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, drank about three-fourths of an ounce of the tincture of Aconite. This occurred on Friday afternoon, August 21st, about twenty five minutes after 2 o’clock. He immediately discovered his mistake, and took about a tablespoonful of ground mustard in ware but couldn’t vomit. His sister, who lives with him, being frightened, could not phone me. She finally did succeed in...

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THE LATEST INVESTIGATIONS HUMAN SERUM
Mar11

THE LATEST INVESTIGATIONS HUMAN SERUM

    The eminent scientists who lead the van of progress, or at least a van of some sort, have now arrived at “human serum” How they obtain it we do not know, and must confess equal ignorance as to the results. For instance: “The results obtained by Davis show that while the serum of normal human beings may contain certain meningococcidal substances as well as opsoins for meningococci, both these specific properties are markedly...

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A CHRONIC CASE OF ILEO-COLITIS
Mar09

A CHRONIC CASE OF ILEO-COLITIS

By Agostino Mattoli       Y.D., born March 22d, 1996, was, at time of birth, a very healthy child, weighing four Kg. (8 ¼ Ibs.), and he developed normally until early in August, 1906, when, as a result of the change from mother’s milk to artificial diet, necessitated by his mother’s illness, he began to fail.       A regular school specialist was called, who made the diagnosis of...

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HIERACIUM PILOSELLA
Mar07

HIERACIUM PILOSELLA

By Dr. E. Fornias. In the Revue Homoeopathique Francaise, for February, 1998, we find an interesting article on the common Creeping Mouseear (Spa., Pilosela o’ vellosilla; Fch., Oredle de souris; Ger., Habichts kraut). It belongs to the Hieracium, gender of the liqueliform, herbaceous Tynanthae, one of the richest in species. ‘ The name Hieracium is derived from the Greek, and signifies hawk, because this bird of prey, according to...

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THE FIRST HOMOEOPATHIC COLLEGE IN THE WORLD

The Philadelphia Record of a recent date contains an article under the above heading and giving two views of the building at Allentown, which is still standing, having been purchased by the city and used since as a public school house. There is nothing new in it to students of homoeopathic history, but as not every homoeopathic physician is up in history, an abstract may not be amiss to some of them:      Allentown...

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THE POTENCY I USE AND WHY
Mar05

THE POTENCY I USE AND WHY

By Ernest Franz, M.D. Berne, Ind. The theme assigned to me to prepare a few brief remarks. Had been accepted with pleasure, and it shall be my opportunity to publicly proclaim my doings as a servant and follower of the law of similia similibus curantur.      Having had the observation in the prescribing of the homoeopathic remedy from childhood up, first by my father, although a layman, who had in possession a so-called family chest,...

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THE SYMPATHETIC NERVE AS IT RELATES TO  THE CAUSE OF DISEASE AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATEMENT
Feb29

THE SYMPATHETIC NERVE AS IT RELATES TO THE CAUSE OF DISEASE AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATEMENT

By E. R. McIntyre, M.D. Many years ago I became interested in the fact that practically all of my patients in whom Aconite was indicated were made sick by some sudden shock to the cutaneous capillaries, as from cold wind, sudden change of temperature, etc. But at that time I was unable to find an explanation that was satisfactory to my own mind. I had some crude ideas on the subject, but was wholly at a loss for anything tangible. I...

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THE THERAPEUTIC NIHILIST
Feb27

THE THERAPEUTIC NIHILIST

     The therapeutic nihilist is a person for whom nearly every one has a brick-bat ready, and is not averse to hurling it when occasion offers. This species of nihilist is found almost exclusively in the haunts of the old school, though occasionally one is found in the domain of Homeopathy in the later realm he is always one who has never had a chance to use good drugs, does not know how when the opportunity offers, or is afflicted...

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THE CRUCIAL TEST OF NUX MOSCHATA
Feb26

THE CRUCIAL TEST OF NUX MOSCHATA

By Edmund Carleton, M.D., New York City       In some unremembered publication, it is impossible to say when or where, I have read how the ape indulges his natural fondness for nutmeg; falls into profound sleep in consequence; and then is captured by wily man. The nurse of yore was accustomed to offer panada, generously spiced with nutmeg, to the puerperal woman. The multipara, suffering with after pains, felt...

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HYDROPHOBIN
Feb25

HYDROPHOBIN

     Concerning this drug introduced by Hering, and, in the usual cumbersome manner, exploited by the Pasteur Institute, hering wrote: “When in Philadelphia I happened to fall in with a dog in a state of decided rabies; while he was still living and shaken with convulsions I gathered some of his saliva, triturated it, and soon convinced myself by actual experiment that it was a remarkably efficient remedy. I have cured dogs in the...

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