SOME REMINISCENCES OF AN OLD HOMOEOPATH

One retired Lieut. Colonel was one of that sort; he was a thundery old chap and in fact he named his house “Thor” at Birchington. He had a bad attack of acne of the chin which looked very unsightly. I gave him Hepar sul. he had no faith in me or the Rhus tox. that cured him.

IN THE CAULDRON OF DISEASE

No system of feeding and healing is better calculated to produce an ever-increasing amount of physical, mental and moral suffering than the present. Consequently “suffering” is glorified as a moral asset just because of its ubiquity. Disease is disorganization and disintegration.

CONSTIPATION

The diseases due or aggravated by constipation are innumerable. Twenty-three between ago Hippocrates pointed and advised the treatment of the alienated with purges. Cancer and constipation undoubtedly go hand in hand.

HOW TO CURE SICK

The patient must be relieved promptly, otherwise he will leave for the orthodox doctor. I have seen innumerable failures among the single doses and high potency practitioners, failures due to their trying to do the almost impossible. To give an ordinary example: Syphilitics suffer particularly at night.

THE SWAB IN DIPHTHERIA DIAGNOSIS

“Planting the swab exactly upon the suspected area on the tonsil or elsewhere, but should remember that in quite a number of cases a nasal swab will give a positive result where a throat swab will not”. “If the public fails to learn, the children will have to be immunized”.

ARSENIC AS A CANCER REMEDY

If a case is carefully taken and the right symptoms are ascertained the homeopath can treat with wonderful success patients whom he cannot see for some reason or other. Of course it remains to be seen whether Mrs. R will get completely well or not.

SOME OF MY CURES

“Our only homeopathic doctor was away on holiday when I brought him a victim of melancholia (religious) and I had to put the poor fellow into an asylum, after first trying what orthodox treatment could do. It only made things worse. This was when Homeopathy was new to me.