The spirit of the Homeopathic Materia Medica, the spirit of homeopathy that is, is the spirit of Liberty, the Spirit of Truth, the spirit of Self-sacrifice. Absolute allegiance is the smallest homage it can demand. No trouble, no suffering must be counted in its service, or in the cause of its advancement.
A corner of your cemented garage floor makes an ideal “mixing” spot. This book was written at a Government “experimental” station to save you money and yet produce the highest quality products which will satisfy the palate and properly nourish you when the crops are grown.
For the older dyed-in-the-wool homeopaths, the following recital of personal experiences may be trite reading, but for the younger groups, now groping around for light, it may stimulate and encourage them to adhere to a medical system, which has proven its worth for over a century.
“This single example may serve to show what tremendous significance is bound with the practice of vegetarianism from the standpoint of the well-being of the people as a whole. Broadly, it may be said that a given area of land sufficient to nourish one flesh-eater would suffice to feed ten vegetarians.
That brings me to the last of my descriptions of vivisection. It is an immoral practice because it is based upon the untenable theory, the immorality of which the whole world is agreed, that the strong can exploit the weak to the advantage of those in power.
We have several remedies, like Arnica, Calendula, Hypericum, Ledum, Rhus, Ruta, Symphytum, etc., which have proved of great value in external injuries and which would often achieve a quicker cure than the routine antiseptic treatment. Portland, Ore. Some Hamamelis was also poured on her pats.
Urine became scanty and was still so when she visited me the next day. (I had been out of town the day of the accident.) I found right side of neck swollen, red and indurated. Gave Carbolic acid 30x, which restored kidney function and cleared up the general urticaria. J.T. Kent, in his Lectures on Homeopathic acid to such a case, on page III, lecture on Apis mel.
The Lycopodium child has the temperament of an artist; he is a musician and has a philosopher-like appearance. But his mind rebels at the thought of mathematics. He is idle and does not like to exert. No wild animal uses a tooth brush, and yet their teeth are always clean.