DEAR MR. BARKER, possibly the following cures of mine may interest your readers.
A Sulphur CASE.
Little George Jacobsen, aged seven years, was born a healthy robust baby, but at six weeks it was suspected that the nurse had let him fall, though she denied it. He then started to have convulsions. He was treated at the Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, for six years but gradually got worse. The parents were poor, and the church members where they attended subscribed for him to be taken to a specialist.
On getting worse still, he was taken to another with similar negative results and then another was tried. But the rapidly got worse until he was having over 100 fits a month, and did not recognize any of the family, and could only lie and toss himself to and fro day and night. The bowels were very constipated and the urine dark and very strong smelling.
On October 29th, 1932, they wrote me the above report and asked if I could do anything for him. A powder containing 7 drops of Sulphur 200the potency was posted with directions to be given dry on the tongue at bedtime, and a bottle of unmedicated pilules, one to be taken after food.
On January 27th, 1933, they reported only fifty-six fits, although he previous month he had 139, and said: “What a difference!” Another powder of the same and more pilules were sent, and on the 30th March the report came, “No fits for the past seven weeks and he is sitting up and playing all day.”.
Mrs, C., aged 24, was in private hospital for the birth of her first child, and had been in labour for six days without any result. The attending doctor said nothing could be done. The distracted husband ( a former patient of mine) on his way to see his wife on Saturday evening, came and asked whether homoeopathy could do anything for her.
He was given Caulophyllum 3, the millionth part of a drop, for a dose every half-hour, He sat by his wife and gave her eight doses. After he had left, the matron would not give her any more. When he called on Sunday morning, the matron called him to look at his baby before he saw his wife, and said: “It was a wonderful delivery, no trouble at all.”.
A CANCER CURE?.
On October 13th, 1930, Miss B. had been vomiting food, and had been gradually getting worse for the past fifteen years. Examination revealed a growth in the stomach. Hydrastis I, every two hours, reduced the vomiting and an X-ray negative taken by Dr. James showed clearly a growth diagnosed as cancer.
The doctor said: “Operation at once, a very long standing case.” Miss B. brought the negative to me and I made a print of it. She continued Hydrastis I three times a day for nine months and part of the time with Arsenicum iod. 3x after food. Then I sent her to Dr. James again and he took six more X-ray photographs, and in none of them could he find any trace of the growth. Miss B. is better in health now than she has been for fifteen years.