Only a true healer and a true artist can hope to cure cancer. It is undoubtedly curable because we can find in medical literature hundreds of spontaneous cancer cures. Mr. Cyril Scott has rendered a great public service in writing this book, but whether it will defeat the conceit, stupidity and obtuseness of the cancer surgeons and cancer researchers is doubtful. Vested interests are difficult to destroy.
Perhaps the worse case of bed legs I have had to deal with was that of an old gentlemen. In his younger days he had been very active and successful in business, but now was retired. On both legs were several indolent ulcers, and since he was a septogenarian with low vitality, the case seemed hopeless. In fact he had himself given up all idea of betterment. Biochemists, however, are optimistic.
It is equally valuable to experienced homoeopaths, both professional and lay. Every homoeopathic doctor will be charmed and delighted by the experiences related by the writer, and will profit greatly by studying the methods employed by our contributor. The books is outstanding value, and it should be read, re-read, studied and re-studied, pondered over and annotated by every reader.
A Homoeopaths pill is just sweet. There may be other ingredients That are plenty hard to beat. There may be some Aconite, Or there may be some Thuja. Whatever potency it might be Its just bound to cure ya. Now, if you dont believe this, I will not force you to, But take a tip from a veteran, A Homoeopath can cure you!.
Many of the readers of this journal will be delighted by being able to obtain Hahnemanns masterpiece, which has been practically unobtainable for many years. We owe a debt of gratitude to the publishing house for having brought out this wonderful work. The volumes are printed in excellent clear type on excellent paper, and are sumptuously bound. They are a delight to the eye.
Still, he has never taken it since the first week he was under you, and he is a different lad. I feel sure if he could take his school leaving exam now he would pass. They had done nothing but tell him he never would succeed, and thus they had stupefied his mind. I bless the day when I saw your journal in a window in Wigmore Street with an article by you on an epilepsy cure that led me to you”.
There are in the homoeopathic Materia Medica a large number of medicines which have wonderful effects in diarrhoea. These should be studied with the help of the homoeopathic books. Among the most frequently indicated is Arsenic, which is, of course, a poison, but which is not dangerous at all if used in the 6x potency. Arsenic is an excellent remedy for diarrhoea, including diarrhoea containing blood.
Every word of it breathes hope and confidence and it teaches the spirit of emulation. This book is a worthy follower of the many interesting volumes Mr. Ellis Barker has written on chronic diseases and their treatment by natural methods of healing, and we trust it will not be the last will and testament from his able pen.
Burning is a Sulphur keynote. His hands, the soles of his feet, the top of his head burn. Burning itching skin eruptions relieved by scratching. Burning in the rectum, the stools burn and excoriate. The urine may burn. All the discharges from the body are liable to produce burning. Symptoms are usually worse from the warmth of the bed. He will put his feet out of bed to cool them.
Fortunately we are able to buy this bran at the corn chandlers and sometimes at the old stone mills where millers are of the old-fashioned sensible style, and believe in milling the pure whole gain. Bran can be used in many ways. In porridge, bran biscuits, bran cakes and can also be put into puddings.
The orthodox doctor knows little about the evil effects of vaccination. Every homoeopath knows that vaccination is often followed throughout life by many serious consequences and disabilities, by the formation of soft growths such as moles, and by many inward complications. Such patients recover rapidly if vaccination is antidoted with Thuja, Vaccinosium, Variolinum, and other remedies.
The third day she woke up and asked with a puzzled expression: “How old am I?” and when told she was nearly 30, she did not begin her crawling again, but stayed quietly in bed and there were no further scenes, no violent rages, no exhausting struggles. She took her food, whatever was given to her, and behaved like a tired but otherwise rational being, sleeping a great deal both day and night.
This morning, however, I was most gratified to be called by a very cheerful person, beaming with health and good spirits. “My dear, I am so grateful. I followed your advice, and saw the chemist. He is a most clever man, there were several people there asking him similar questions, so I told him all my troubles. I have to take this for the cough,” she handed me Bryonia “and this for rheumatic pains.”