DEAR MR. BARKER, –I cannot find words to express the pleasure your little Journal of valuable information and elevation of the good work gives. May you be blest.
I am endeavouring to help others along the same path, but folk are very sceptical concerning the merits of the little snowballs.
A lady friend has her case diagnosed as a floating kidney, and was to be operated upon in three days time. She dreaded the ordeal. I gave her Sepia 3x, which did the trick. She is now a convert to Homoeopathy. Her husband, 63 years old, was ordered to undergo an operation for varicose veins. Three doses of Rhus tox., and now he is as happy as a sand boy. He thinks it marvellous, which indeed it is.
My son, 12 years old, suffered for eleven and a half years with a discharging ear. Every year the experts declared that he would g row out of it, but every year it seemed to get worse. So I tried Pulsatilla and Hepar sulph. alternately, and in a fortnight he was as sound as a bell, and remains so-that was twelve months ago.
It is very difficult to get the desired remedy out here. We are slightly out of date, but I am hoping to advance in this branch of healing. I am only a novice, and would like to educate myself to be proficient. My son, aged 19, had, when 12 years old, his leg terribly mutilated; his ankle is now twice the size of the other ankle and the scars are horribly disfiguring. I am treating him with Sepia, one dose a week : no results yet, but I am full of hope. A lady friend suffered from haemorrhage of the lungs: I gave her Hamamelis, with good results.
I am suffering from T.B. (closed), so I tried one dose of Tuberculinum two months ago. It reacted savagely. For four weeks I was off work, but now, I am 100 per cent better. An abscess broke out on the right breast, adjacent to the nipple on the same side as the affected lung, and matter suppurates. I am endeavouring to keep this from healing, by using Hepar sulph. 3. I cannot obtain Conium, but this is no inconvenience.
I hope I am not too late in wishing you the compliments of the season, and may you live long to continue the good work you so ably perform for poor humanity.