EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. More usual remedies are Arsenicum album, to be given when weakness, restlessness, fever, thirst for small amounts of water at frequent intervals and after midnight aggravation are present; Rhus tox. when aching pains in the body and limbs, with momentary relief from a change of position, thirst for cold water, coated tongue with a red tip, general aggravation at night, are all marked.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Pardon another hell on this crooked literary edifice, but as to the abrupt deletion of insulin and substitution therefore of the carefully selected homoeopathic potency someone writing in the Recorder some years ago advised and reported its successful use. This writer has found that practice to be quite successful.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Homoeopaths have long been berated and criticized because of their hesitancy in the use of surgery. They have lost patients who could not wait for the system to right itself. They have gained patients who fear surgery and will go to all extremes to avoid it. Many of the latter have been greatly benefited, while others have had to come to it at last.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. So with these cases bobbing up here and there you homoeopaths may run into a case or an epidemic and perusal of this review may supply you with a starting point and a confidence. But ever keep in mind the idea that one of many remedies may be indicated and be alert for outstanding symptoms to guide to whatever the curative remedy.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Those who are yet unconversant with the Therapeutic Pocket Book are urged to obtain it, study it, and apply it to the problems of prescribing; it is practical and adaptable to the exigencies of the chronic case. Those who now use it are to be congratulated upon their recognition of its value in repertorial analysis.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. In surgical cases there is much that are carefully selected homoeopathic remedy can do at the proper time and without in the slightest degree trespassing upon the prerogatives of the surgeon. Unfortunately, such a helpful remedy is seldom called upon.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Thousands of people are disgusted with orthodox medicines still crude and expensive science,m a science which thinks first of disease rather than of sick people, a science which says, “If thine eye offend thee, pluck it out,” a science which thinks or relief rather than of cure. We do not intend to minimize medicines accomplishments in recent years, especially in the field of antibiotics.

COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS. This seems new to be and I dont see why I should not admit of my deficiency in this line, I hope you will not mind the trouble of spreading your helping had in the matte.?Are all the medicines already tested for their polarity and vibratory rates? What is the significance of these terms? I shall be thankful if you can be kind enough to enlightened me on this subject or if you can suggest me some literature containing these experiments.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. The following abstracts of cases culled from the pages of the Transactions of the International Hahnemannian Association illustrate the efficiency of Magnesia Phosphorica when its action has been exhibited according to the best traditions of Homoeopathic prescribing:.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Organized homoeopathy will do what each individual homoeopathic physician wills and does in this vital and stupendous project. If we are to survive as an organized society of healing, we must act at once and in unison. Ways and means should be discussed and planned at the coming convention at Cincinnati and the plans that are made executed with thoroughness and dispatch.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Homoeopathy does not give drugs for drug effect. Instead, medicines are used in a way to cause healthful reactions of vitality. Some of this work is quickly accomplished, but some we may need time to make a plant thrive. Nevertheless, relief seldom delays; then long and substantial improvement-moral, mental and physical-follows.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. There are many ways in which Homoeopathy could be provided in insurance contracts over and above the manner in which it is done at the present time in the plans actually in operation. Our insurance in crystallizing and promoting this new expression of homoeopathic practice.

REMEDIES INDICATED IN CORYZA

REMEDIES INDICATED IN CORYZA. Influenced by his friend, the distinguished research engineer, Mr. S.Knight, he studied physics the last fifteen years of his life and became persuaded that physics could explain and vindicate Homoeopathy better than anything else. He started a tour of the best universities of the United States and was favorably received in seventeen.

STREPTOCOCCIN REPORTS

STREPTOCOCCIN REPORTS. In the attempt to make the remedy more useful, at least to myself, I append a little scheme of numerical locations and conditions which appeared in these twenty cases. More amplification by experience with the remedy should bring a better profile into view.

BECHAMP AND PASTEUR

BECHAMP AND PASTEUR. At the time when Bechamp had discovered bacteria in the air, Pasteur fought the idea publicity but, a few years later, announced this feat as his own discovery. Also he bombastically declared that disease is caused by the invasion of living tissues by these bacteria. This was all swallowed whole by the public.

FIFTY YEARS OF HOMOEOPATHY

FIFTY YEARS OF HOMOEOPATHY. Homoeopathy cannot spread again very much except in a free economy, that is, in true democracy. And we shall never attain that until government impositions on labor and produce are abolished, so that labor can retain all of its earnings; and the impost put on land values instead, so as to provide revenue for public purposes and access to unused resources besides.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Simon-pure Homoeopaths should read no further. Yet this writer pleads guilty to considerable of both these prescribed abuses. Not that he has been shy on burning the midnight electricity in the regular search for the remedy, working on the available totality of each symptom and especially those striking, uncommon and peculiar, giving attention to location, sensation, concomitants and modality.

THE MENACE OF PENICILLIN

THE MENACE OF PENICILLIN. We are here not concerned with the merits or demerits of this now universally prescribed antibiotic, a question on which much can be said. It is the threat to the practice of Hahnemannian homoeopathy which disturbs us; for the more often the antibiotics are resorted to by homoeopathic physicians, the more will their ability as prescribers deteriorate, until a point is reached at which homoeotherapy is likely to vanish altogether.

WONDERS OF HOMOEOPATHY

WONDERS OF HOMOEOPATHY.
FIVE RECENT CASES OF PNEUMONIA.

[ Read before Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H….

FIVE RECENT CASES OF PNEUMONIA

FIVE RECENT CASES OF PNEUMONIA. The sulfas had made a “wonder” cure but the boy had remand anemic, pale, and his development had been retarded. The onset this time was by a sudden fever, 103. 6. He had vomited large sour curds and was seen to be quite exhausted. There was high pitched respiration in the upper right lobe with dullness. Dullness was still more pronounced in the right infra-axillary region.

POLIO-PREVENTION DIET

POLIO-PREVENTION DIET. Don’t sleep late and miss breakfast. If necessary, get up and eat and return to bed. Have something between meals at 10 am., 4 p.m. Tobacco-cut down as much as possible. Don’t smoke before meal time.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Pardon another hell on this crooked literary edifice, but as to the abrupt deletion of insulin and substitution therefore of the carefully selected homoeopathic potency someone writing in the Recorder some years ago advised and reported its successful use. This writer has found that practice to be quite successful.

EFFIE E HOWE TURTON

EFFIE E HOWE TURTON. Effie E. Howe Turton’s death after fifty years devotion to homoeopathy will be greatly felt by those whose own adherence to that field had brought them into close association with her. To Dr. Turton’s family, the Recorder extends its sincere sympathy.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL.
Royal Hayes

CONVENTION NOTES.

 

The writer holds the opinion that…

TWO ITEMS FOR THE ROUND TABLE

TWO ITEMS FOR THE ROUND TABLE. A man who had had gonorrhoea three times got his penis caught while at work in the tight trousers which he was wearing, resulting in a serious case of paraphimosis. There was severe vascular stagnation and tumefaction of the entire member. The glans especially was a “horrible” disfigurement. Willing but ill-fated attempts by a doctor had failed to reduce either the strangulation or the resulting misery.

HOMOEOPATHIC ALUMNI REUNION

HOMOEOPATHIC ALUMNI REUNION. The officers of the Southern wish that all readers of this notice offer their suggestions on this new adventure in Convention planning and write to the President, Dr. J.A. Swartwout, 4817-14th St., N.W., Washington 11, D.C., or to the Secretary. Dr. Benj. Goldberg, 22 West 7th St., Cincinnati 2, Ohio, if you are not on the mailing list of the Southern please send in your name so that you may receive all information and programs.

COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS. I read with much interest your editorial in the November 1949 issue of The Recorder, titled “Why Kent?” I believe that the Pocket Book should be more in common use and I want to offer you and the readers of The Recorder the following case of mine as an illustration.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. So with these cases bobbing up here and there you homoeopaths may run into a case or an epidemic and perusal of this review may supply you with a starting point and a confidence. But ever keep in mind the idea that one of many remedies may be indicated and be alert for outstanding symptoms to guide to whatever the curative remedy.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Those who are yet unconversant with the Therapeutic Pocket Book are urged to obtain it, study it, and apply it to the problems of prescribing; it is practical and adaptable to the exigencies of the chronic case. Those who now use it are to be congratulated upon their recognition of its value in repertorial analysis.

COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS. Florida in October is an ideal spot for a meeting as well as vacation. Touring and flying are equally a pleasure. The Soreno Hotel is one of the finest in Florida, located on Tampa Bay near the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico. You will have the advantage of special summer convention rates All rooms have private bath. You will be able to combine a general healthful vacation of fishing and bathing with a first class medical meeting.

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Are you interested in treating chronic disease? If so, heads up,or you may labor ever so hard, only to find in the end failure, if you persist in treating the acute symptoms coming up. This is old stuff, thoroughly incorporated in the plan of action of masters, past and present,but a great stumbling block for many who are in there earnestly trying for cur in old chronic states.

COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS. This seems new to be and I dont see why I should not admit of my deficiency in this line, I hope you will not mind the trouble of spreading your helping had in the matte.?Are all the medicines already tested for their polarity and vibratory rates? What is the significance of these terms? I shall be thankful if you can be kind enough to enlightened me on this subject or if you can suggest me some literature containing these experiments.

CATALEPTIC CONDITIONS

CATALEPTIC CONDITIONS. Patient gets the spells in any position of body, walking, riding, working etc.; suddenly he becomes stiff as a statue; eyes staring upward with dilated pupils; speaks unconsciously without any emotion. Forehead hot, pale; cold nose, cheeks and hands; pulse fast; superficial breathing. When attacks last longer body becomes waxily pliable.

A LESSON FROM VANADIUM

A LESSON FROM VANADIUM. Vanadium was named from Vanadis, a goddess of the Scandinavian mythology. I could find no references to this lady in my library but, if the quality of Vanadium is her signature, she must have been a tough number; and the quality of both is written in the aged arteries and veins of some of our patients. It is well known that Vanadium is widely used to toughen steel. The pure metal has a propensity to unite with a great number of other substances.

A WORD ABOUT PRESCRIBING IN OBSTETRICS

A WORD ABOUT PRESCRIBING IN OBSTETRICS. As to this book, excluding the possibility of irreducible malformations, were I restricted to one medium of aiding the puerperal woman Yingling would be the choice. Every word of it is rare coin and the repertory is the most dependable one of its size that I know. This work sustains unadulterated homoeopathic artistry throughout.

HOMOEOPATHY AND TUMORS CASES

At one time an anti-tumor- cutting society was organized to contend against the gentlemen who wield the instruments. It was hoped that it might become the fashion to have more regard for the constitutional and imponderable elements of medical art; that medicine would create more individual investigation, therefore more humanistic interpretations and methods.

Science Vs Medical Science

Science Vs Medical Science.
Royal Hayes

 

For many years we have seen though not always read entirely a doze…

APPROVED DIAGNOSIS

APPROVED DIAGNOSIS.
Read before I. H. A.,

Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, July 28, 1939.

ROYAL

CASES

CASES.

WITH COMMENTS FROM CORRESPONDENTS.

ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.

 

CASE…

A MEMORABLE SURGICAL CASE

A MEMORABLE SURGICAL CASE.
Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 18, 1941.

ROYAL E. S. HAYES, M.D.

A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION

A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION.
[ Read by title before I.H.A., June 17, 1942 ].

ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.

 

ACNE

ACNE.
ROYAL E. S. HAYES, M.D.

One of the many conditions with which we have to cont…

COBALT A CLINICAL FRAGMENT

COBALT A CLINICAL FRAGMENT.
[ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 19, 1941.].

ROYAL E.S. …

SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURENTUR

SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURENTUR.
Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 17, 1942.

DYSENTERY COMPOUND

DYSENTERY COMPOUND.
Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 18, 1940.

ROYAL E.S. HAYES,

OUTSIDE THE ROUTINE

OUTSIDE THE ROUTINE.
     [ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 16, 1938.].

ROYAL …

THE LAW

THE LAW.
Read before I.H.A, Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 19, 1937.

ROYAL E. S. HAYE…

PROVING OF MIMULUS LUTEUS

PROVING OF MIMULUS LUTEUS.
  Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22,1934.

ROYAL E….

CUPRESSUS LAWSONIANA

CUPRESSUS LAWSONIANA.

 CLINICAL VERIFICATIONS OF AFFINITY FOR THE EAR.

R.E.S.HAYES, M.D.

&nb…

MASTERING THE VIEWPOINT

MASTERING THE VIEWPOINT.
  [Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 9-11, 1932].

MISCELLANEOUS HINTS

MISCELLANEOUS HINTS.
   Read before the I.H.A. Bureau of Clinical Medicine,June, 1930.

ROYAL E.S. HA…

PRESIDENTS ADDRESS

PRESIDENTS ADDRESS.

  Forty-seventh Annual Meeting of the International.

 

Hahnemanni

RESULT WITH AMBRA GRISEA

RESULT WITH AMBRA GRISEA.
Royal E.S. Hayes, M.D., Waterbury, Conn.

 

Having presented a study of Am…