A person doing work might eat twice the amount of bread which a sedentary person might consume and thus get twice the dose of Vitamin D, although the vitamin requirements of both persons might be the same and considerably smaller than the amount supplied in the bread to either. Fortunately there were no deaths.
The fact that cutting out of the sex organs produces these symptoms is well known to every experienced doctor and nerve specialist. A number of women who had been told that they suffered from uterine fibroids, and that there was no treatment except operation sought my advice in their despair.
the experienced physician listens with sorrow to such a recital. He has learned that it indicates malignancy. It was the best prescription of the series, helped more than any that had preceded it, and lasted over a month before repetition became necessary.
The homeopath is in a vastly superior position. He treats every disease, including, of course, influenza, according to the symptoms observed in the patient, without enquiring overmuch into the official designation of the complaint. On improvement, doses should be given less frequently.
My fellow nature curers will, no doubt, proclaim me a heretic. I fear we nature curers are often more foolish then the medical men who say: “Eat what you like and I will send you some medicine”. We must study individual dietetics and the mental state of patients if we wish to use feeding as a curative measure.
The discovery of anaesthetics and and antiseptics, the elimination of pain and risk in operations has opened the road to surgery and has enabled surgery to give ready help wherever mechanical intervention can help. “Nowadays we are apt to give the normal position to very organ in the human body.” These words proclaim incredible conceit.
“Breaking the Fever” with medicines has killed thousands though this procedure is quite orthodox practice. Unfortunately the laity have learned this parlour trick from the allopaths: nevertheless,it is highly dangerous. Antipyretics are heart depressants. so, when taken, patients have to carry a double load in their ailments–the disease plus the drug.