WONDERS OF HOMOEOPATHY


I treated him with Calcarea Carb, Cina, and Merc. sol. with relief but a dose of Sulph 1000 won the laurel for Homoeopathy. Inspite of such brilliant cures our brothers in the old school fail to find truth in Homoeopathy.


(1) Mr. Preston chief Inspector, Calcutta Custom House, consulted me early in Feb. 1949 for painful piles which caused him a lot of trouble for long four years and which resisted all forms of treatment. The principal symptom in him was a very severe aggravation of pain in the piles immediately after bath. Every bath (cold or hot) caused intense pain in the piles. Sexual debility. He is habituated to drinking. Lycopodium C.M. performed a real miracle. A single dose in a single day caused the pain to disappear. He is now completely well.

(2) Ganguli, 45 asthma with salty and whitish expectoration which gives relief; cough increases very much whenever he lies on the right side. Constipation with poor appetite. Merc. Sol. 200 helped him at once.

(3) Roy, Superintendent, Customs House, Calcutta, complained of severe stitching pain in a limited spot on the back. It was always relieved by hot applications. Rheumatic pain, sometimes attacks the right deltoid and sometimes the left. It is difficult to move the hand or to raise it. Lac. can. C.M. cured in a single dose in a very short time.

(4) Devendra Kumar Chandra, Salkia, Howrah, age 26 months, was brought to me on 24.8.48 with the following symptoms. He was getting rise of temperature for the last 16 months and was all along under efficient allopathic treatment. He was treated for infection of coli-bacill. His urine was examined twice. Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, the eminent allopathic physician of India treated him for sometime but failed to ameliorate the symptoms.

(a) Temperature 99-101; at times very high fever, worse in the night.

(b) Infection of Coli-bacilli.

(c) Tendency to boils especially on the head and face.

(d) Very irritable in temper.

(e) Redness of lips.

(f) Palms and soles hot. Heat on vertex.

(g) Restless in bed at night; cannot bear any covering on his body.

(h) Tongue clean.

(i) Grinding of teeth at night.

(j) Cannot stand or walk without aid.

(k) Marked sweat.

(l) Constipation, with hard fetid stool.

(m) Abdomen enlarged.

(n) Wants to eat always.

(o) Saliva runs out of mouth during sleep at night.

(p) No thirst.

(q) Uncle died of T.B.

I treated him with Calcarea Carb, Cina, and Merc. sol. with relief but a dose of Sulph 1000 won the laurel for Homoeopathy. Inspite of such brilliant cures our brothers in the old school fail to find truth in Homoeopathy.

N C Das