PRESCRIBING ON KEYNOTE SYMPTOMS

The doctors recommendation was that my mother should try out her remedies the moment any untoward symptoms showed themselves, and if matters were not soon relieved, he would make time, very early or very late, to visit the patient, generally a child.

THE STAFF OF LIFE

The internal curative power is most conspicuous in those wonderful changes which are often produced by it alone, in quite an unexpected and most surprising manner, to wit in crisis, which entirely remove or alter severe chronic maladies that have withstood for a long time all artificial means.

GUNPOWDER

“In some experiments made by myself with gunpowder 2x severe Herpes facialis involving right eyebrow and right side of nose was developed.” Gunpowder 1x will cure Herpes as often as you like. It appeared to me, therefore, that the three essences of gunpowder were of such a nature as to be extremely active in combination.

HEALTH IN THE SPRING

Nature provides a different kind of milk in the mothers breast from week to week in accordance with the changing requirements of the baby. Similarly, Nature provides in plants, in greenery, all that is needed for the changing requirements of animals and human beings. Instinct bids animals to eat this wonderful greenery.

BACK TO NATURE

As the poisons of unsuitable foods that are eaten by human beings enter into and form part of their system, thus necessarily decreasing their stamina and resistance to disease, it is not surprising that the inhabitants of this country have suffered for years to the extent they have.

TUMOURS OF THE BREAST

Calcarea phos. The indications are similar to those under the carbonate. Perhaps there is a greater tendency to deficient ossification in the case of this remedy. I have thought that the Carbonica is of special value in cases of pedunculated fibroids; the Phosphate when sessile.

DEAFNESS AND ITS CURE

The orthodox specialist looks upon disorders of hearing from the purely mechanical point of view. He examines the ear and the adjoining parts of the body with the wonderful instruments which science has developed. I came to the conclusion that her deafness was principally of a catarrhal nature.

NOTES ON SOME CASES OF TUMOURS OF THE BREAST

However, judging by the clearly indicated constitutional tendency of the lady, I prescribed a course of Bryonia, with the most satisfactory results. The threatening condition quite cleared up. The lumps dissolved, and the lady lived for many years afterwards, without to my knowledge any return of the disease.