Skin is dry, with some evidence of eczema of hands, which is worse t night and in winter. Reflexes are normal. Eyes are astigmatic. Ears and nose normal. Teeth are in good condition and X-rays show no evidence of infection. Tonsils are atrophied. Lungs are normal. Chest wall shows scars of breast amputations. Heart has no murmurs, but shows a weak muscle tone.
EVIL EFFECTS OF ALLOPATHICALLY – DRUGGED WATER.
Read before and approved by the Regular Homoeopathic. Medical Society, Chicago, Ill.,…
Hahnemann says somewhere in his writings,”If physicians do not carefully practice what I teach, let them not boas of being followers, and above all, let them not expect to be successful in their treatment”. The fundamental rule in treating chronic diseases is this : To let the carefully selected homoeopathic act as long as it is capable of exercising influence, and there is a visible improvement going on in the system.
Consider the usually accepted concept of why drugs are given, based as it is on active physiological response and represented by the nomenclature of drug-classification such as anodynes, sedatives, cathartics, and so forth. Consider the size of the dose, limited as it is b y lethal possibilities. With but few exceptions, drugs are given with no curative intent but for palliative purposes only.
Take extra sleep-drink more water-get more sunshine and open air-walk! Get out of the car habit. you-look out! This lack of power and proper functioning is a red flag of danger. Indecision generates lack of self-confidence, and depression; it creates an atmosphere of distrust in those with whom you are associated-this in turn reacts on you again and you receive a double wave of distrust and a reaction of greater gloom!.
[Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philad…
Not knowing whether I was correct the selection of the medicine, I prescribed Kali chloricum 6x, I gr., thrice daily and on the second of March to my utter surprise, the boy came to me with a bright face. He recovered from his weakness a great deal and could speak rather distinctly; he could chew his food, which previously he had either to swallow or forsake, quite disgusted.
That the coarse-grained, heavily muscled, show-moving, dull- minded individual will react very differently, from the sensitive, high-strung, nervous, quick-moving, intellectual individual is probably known to every one. There are many intermediate types; but how often do even these most extreme differences enter into the diagnostic procedure and conclusions of the physician or surgeon when considering a case ?.
On the fifth day the cellulitis was less on right side, but more on the left. Lyc, was given and seemed to help, but during the night of the fifth day he was very restless after midnight-he vomited some, and there was a bloody discharge expectorated and from the nose and throat. Marked toxic conditions were supervening. Culture showed the presence of Vincents Angina.
A religious fanatic of fifty-eight years, and of course unmarried, who resorts to fervid praying upon slight provocation, complained that she was losing her temper without cause and that she would then curse people roundly, much to their astonishment. For our edification she gave us a few choice samples of her expletive vocabulary, which we would designate as most artistic and suggestive of the waterfront along South Street.