My mother used to get attacks of intermittent fever every alternate day, in the forenoon, and she always checked them with Quinine. She was so much afraid of the attack that she dared not make trial of any other system of medicine. At last I persuaded her to try homoeopathy and to suffer two more attacks, which followed the first dose of the homoeopathic remedy.
They curetted, cauterized and dressed without the aid of chloroform; but just a month later the ulcers again appeared, one after another and again the best surgeons of Benares, being of the same opinion as their Simla brethren, scraped, cauterized and dressed, and once more they were healed within a fortnight. But in another month the first bulla made its appearance once more.