Hahnemann laid down in the greatest detail the methods by which homeopathic medicines should be prepared. Since his time hundreds of additional medicines have been introduced. Unfortunately no uniform method of preparing homeopathic medicines was adopted.
The gypsy slipped into the field, stole a “mangle”, cut it in half, scooped out the centre and handed it to the mother with instructions to fill the hole with barley sugar, “the kind sold on a string”. It was to be left all night and in the morning the sugar would be a thick syrup.
The rubbing process scatters these poisons and assists in their better elimination, and banishes depression and weakness by quickening the circulation and stimulating the nervous system. “Calling modern medicine scientific does not make it any different from what it really is.
Convallaria maj. increases the energy of the hearts action and renders it more regular. When the ventricles are overdistended and dilation begins; when there is absence of compensatory hypertrophy and when venous stasis is marked; dyspnoea, dropsy and an aneuric tendency.
There were very few symptoms except this utter laziness, this refusal to stir, this absolute do-nothing attitude and a refusal to be kept warm, he is naturally a beast who adores the warmest place. On these few symptoms he was given Sulphur 30 night and morning and then Sulphur m. daily for nearly a fortnight.
The chemist is largely responsible for the criminal adulteration of our bread. It is no longer the staff of life but a source of disease. Our foods are no longer foods. Not satisfied with faking the foods of man, chemists have begun to take, and thereby deteriorate, the food of animals and the food of plants.
An incision was made in that part of the arm where issues are usually placed, deep enough to pass through the scarf skin, and just to touch the skin itself,and in length as short as possible, not more than one eighth of an inch. “These methods seem to have been attended with a good measure of success, and in spite of the risk of infecting the patient with virulent smallpox, there was a comparatively small proportion of deaths.
A vegetarian, if he is wise, not only abstains from what he looks upon as second-hand food containing quantities of more or less ready made waste products, but he substitutes for these foods he considers best suitable for his particular requirements, that will keep him in perfect health and fitness.
The basis for all successful treatments is: believe in your own vital resistance powers! Have the energy to rebuild the components of your valuable blood-stream! Most people have in that respect unlimited reserves, as Barker rightly points out. These two uterine cases have been treated surgically, as well with Radium as with Roentgen-rays.
Manipulation in any form and incision assist septic material to pass into the blood stream. The neck which is being rubbed with the collar for many hours a day, is the site of 80 per cent. of carbuncles. As a preventive measure, therefore, it should be kept clean and dusted with boric powder.
The abortionists, professional and lay, are not only guilty of race murder but they are also guilty of the destruction of the national health. Ever-increasing numbers of women go to the professional abortionist, and they are persuaded to undergo treatment which they are told is “not risky”.
Many are unaware that when necessity arises the medical attendant supplies the necessary stimulant in the form of tinctures or other combination containing alcohol in appreciable quantity. Take for instance opium, which is one of the most important and valuable means that we possess for the alleviation of pain and suffering.