EPIGASTRIC PAIN AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT. The patient always complaints of epigastric pain and in his painful crisis can very seldom determine the irradiations that it produces on him; therefore, the physician is obliged to investigate in order to establish the differential diagnosis and prognosis of each individual case.
The ideal, like unto a reviviscence of former existence and a hope for a future one, is a reflection of intellectual light and an harmonious vibration of noble and generous sentiments. Imbued with high ideals men have been able to realize monumental works and consummate acts of a the most sublime nature.
Owing to having considered diseases as tangible enemies opposed to a state of health, owing to having given them a distant personality, owing to having attributed their origin to secondary causes, owing to an attempt to apply the sublata causa to that which is capable of reaction, the finality of medical science has strayed away into a labyrinth of useless conceptions that have led to nothing practical.
Homoeopathy is a doctrine whose principles are interlaced in the most rigorous manner in formation of a whole. The truth on which it rests and from which are derived a number of other truths as natural corallaries is immutable and eternal the same as every indisputable truth. On this it bases its irresistible potency and the expansion of its irreducible light.