OUR ASSOCIATION. Time and experience enhance our estimation of the prevision shown by the small group who organized the International Hahnemann Association back in 1881. They were men of intellect and medical perception who dared to step out into the field of higher homoeopathic, willing to be known and classified as homoeopaths.
CALCAREA RENALIS PHOSPHORICA. This remedy is one of the practically unknown remedies,which has had no proving, excepts clinical fragment by Dr.Brendenoll, of Erwitte. He states that following a suppressed eruption be had among many other troubles renal colic of marked intensity, with passage of uric acid calculi.
Mental stasis is the harvest of nerve depletion. One widespread cause is found in the tubercular diathesis. A prominent symptom, and of clinical importance, is tubercular fatigue, fundamentally tincturing all activities of the individual life.
Major organization has no guarantee of permanency. Minorities may have a larger bid for public recognition, provided they measure up to th values of the day. It remains for us to put our house in true homoeopathic order, to be worthy of its world wide tradition of service in disease, by improving ourselves to render maximum service with minimum economic outlay.
Our antipathic colleagues had repeatedly used hypodermic injections of morphia during the night, which had no noticeable effect whatsoever. I found him bordering upon acute mania from the pain, and I assure you it all looked hopeless with surgery the only exit from the dilemma. In the confusion of the scene, the distraction of the patient, subjective symptoms were in the discard.
Some remarkable process of health reconstruction is going on, changing the life course of an individual, giving happiness to the family group, and meeting the demand of social adjustment. After many years of stalemate, affecting personality changes, there was a return to first causes and an apparent end to a clinical circle.
Today there is the opportunity of months of therapeutic preparation of the expectant mother, the practical means to educate the family along homoeopathic lines. In proportion as we grow in the wisdom of our treasured are do we realize the great potential possibilities involved therein. This applies to the important field of obstetrics.
Shorn of his sophistries, man faces the bar of psychic and physical symptom judgment for remedy evaluation. It matters not whether the stage for curative study is found in the squalid surroundings of poverty, or the atmosphere of exquisite hygienic environment.
Homoeopathy uses man as a subject for proving, differing from the common form today, which is upon animals. I gives particular attention and makes notation of the mental symptoms, and thereby offers a superior facility for remedy diagnosis in the attack upon disease. It gives a sense of reliance which never can be attained by crude pathologic or organic prescribing.
The first prescription is made with the entire image of the sickness formed. People usually send for the doctor after there can be no doubt of the sickness to be treated; the doctor watches the improvement of the patient and the corresponding disappearance of the symptoms under the first prescription and when the case comes to a standstill, he is uneasy, and with increasing fidgetiness he awaits the coming indications for the next dose of medicine.
The remedy under present consideration occupies an important place in unaccepted or sudden termination of love; in perversion of the love impulse; takes on violent sex urge. In incident exposure, which may be active or passive in delirium, resulting from depravity or some strange mental quirk.
These are the cases in which we secure remarkable results by integrity in handling and industry in study. We fully realize that in some cases we fail to find the proper remedy, in others we cannot eliminate the exciting cause which irritates the symptom complex; again we find those who have reaches the incurable stage, whether natural, environmental or postpalliative.
The Sabadilla was permitted to act undisturbed, the potency being upon a sufficient plane of action. It has proven to be a remedy of deep and long action. A continued general and local improvement is opening a renewed productive activity to our newly acquired friend of homoeopathy.
Ruta is useful in the effects from overuse of the eyes; there is lachrymation; aching and burning pains; < in open air; and tension of the ocular muscles. The vision is disturbed, becomes dim when using the eyes, and there is a haziness of vision that corresponds to the general lack of coordination found to be distinguishing feature of the remedy.
There is an intense degree of imagination about himself. about the state of his body. Parts of the body seem thin and shrunken, he looks at them and remark about them. Imagines he is seriously sick, and the element of fatality enters in all imagined. Despair and hopelessness brings to mind such remedies as Arsenicum, Aurum, Calcarea carb. and Psorinum.
Fluoroscopic science in the pulmonary area corroborates the miasmatic diagnosis of tuberculosis made by the early Homoeopaths from a constitutional study of the disease without the laboratory accessories we possess today. The concrete evidence of drug provings and true homoeopathic treatment actuated an abstract sense which was fine in simplicity and comprehensive in understanding.
Disease,through the accumulated miasmatic additions from the remote past,has givens a wrong idea of love. That which is falsely named, upon analysis,is found to come under the repertorial groups of avarice, in insolence,rage, anxiety and fear, the distress signal of the mental state reaching out for healing through the dynamics of the similar.
The tumor was of a typical sycotic nature, fibrous in consistency, and possessing the concomitant symptom complex of the great constitutional miasm. The patient possessed a remarkable degree of physical health, there being a lack of objective symptoms except the growth which made her life unpleasant, and, as a matter of materialistic reasoning extirpation was the only reasonable conclusion.
Under the action of the indicated Sulphur there will appear increased endurance, a stiffening of the back-bone, the indecision will grow less, the appetite diminish, there will be almost an aversion for food, and a general shrinkage of the tissues. There will be small of loss of weight and an acceleration of the general improvement which took place under the previous remedy.
The miasmatic analysis, whether we apply it to the progressive unfoldment of the condition or the proving and clinical experience of the remedies used, brings us to the same conclusion, namely, that there is a clear-cut relationship. This proven fact, which I bring to your attention, is the center of gravity in advanced homoeopathics.