Chapter 2 – Case 1

A case of menorrhagia elaborated to show homeopathy doctors take a case and assess the importance of symptoms.

Chapter 3 – Case 2

A practical demonstration of analyzing a case of frequent colds and the need for changing remedies to complete the cure.

Chapter 4 – Case 3

Many failures have resulted from the use of Cuprum ars. chiefly because it, the child, has been mistaken for its father, Arsenicum, or its mother, Cuprum, while, as a matter of fact, it has a identity of its own.

Chapter 5 – Case 4

A mental case in a neurotic, sensitive, emotional woman, as the predisposing cause. The exciting cause was shock. The results were, first, grief, then suppression of menses, a functional change, followed by delusions and illusions; also functional changes, and finally jealousy, with suspicions of her husband and her aunt.

Chapter 6 – Habits

Inheritance plays a very important part in the make-up of our patients. Therefore, it is very essential when taking the case that we should go very thoroughly into the family history.

Chapter 7 – Books

When some allopathic physician asks me for advice about books I give him Case’s advice and add Hughes and Farrington’s Clinical Materia Medica. Both of these books I read every year. My text book on Homoeopathic Materia Medica I recommend for those who wish to make the tissue and organs the basis of their study.