stooping, amel.: Mag. carb., Sec. waking, on : AEsc., Aeth., Alum., Anac., Arg., Arg. nit., Berb., Calc. fluor., Calc. phos., Chel., Equis., Erig., Ham., Hyper., Kali bich., Kali mur., Kreos., Lycops., Mag. mur., Merc. Merc. i.f., Myrica, Naja, Ox. ac., Plant., Psor., Ptel., Ran. Bulb., Sil., Spong., Sulph., Verat. alb. Zinc. walking, amel. : Kali carb.,. extending abdomen or forward : Coc. c., Lil. tig., Lyc., Nat. carb., Puls., Sabina, Sep., Sulph. Vib. chest, left : Kali carb. feet, to : Kali mur. genitals, to : Berb. heart, to : Kali carb.
The student of homoeopathic classics, the bibliophile, the true connoisseur of Hahnemannian could never cease to wander amid the fascinating highways and byways of homoeopathic literature. The libraries of the pioneers of our art consisted of such an omnium gatherum. Many of these libraries have been in recent years bequeathed to our generation.
Punctured wounds in farmhands that have been contaminated from manure should be cleansed thoroughly with sterile water and calendula or ledum tincture in solution. The dressing should be applied with a drain in the wound. Internal remedies may be given, selection made according to the indications. If there is much burning, stinging pain, Apis may be indicated.
From Dresden he was sent upon an expedition to Surinam, a Dutch colony in the north of South America, its purpose being the examination of the interesting flora and fauna there, a commission to which young Hering devoted himself with great enthusiasm. He there made the acquaintance of German missionaries, Moravians, to whom he soon became a friend and medical adviser.
Thinking that Homoeopathy, the Medical Court of Last Resort would be a happier title than the announced one of Miracles with Homoeopathic Medicines, I have made the change. I have, however, made no change in contents of the paper, so I need make no apology for repeating a second paper with the latter title. However, the cases reported to you last year were so trite that any novitiate student of homoeopathy could not fail to see the Similimum.
In our study of the acute manifestations of disease we realize that these are an effort on the part of Nature to assist in throwing off some of the chronic miasms. It is an effort similar to that of the mill-pond or reservoir which foments and stirs itself to the bottom at intervals in its saprophytic action to purify itself.
In connection with being made ill by specific articles of food several interesting points arise : Try at first to see whether it is a combination of foods which disagree, or the one given element of diet. A wise professor once told me that almost anyone could eat almost anything if they ate it by itself. Next in the case of certain acids, try giving cream cheese or cottage cheese with them.
Having taken the case, having evaluated the symptoms, having repertorized the symptoms picture of the patient you will have several remedies appearing at the top of your repertory analysis. You must then go to the materia medica and know to decided between the high standing remedies. Which lacks certain essentials, which can be thrown out? Thus the knowledge of materia medica is also important.
In conclusion I must make mention of the controversy between philosophers in reference to analogy and deductions by analogy. Reasoning by analogy I have always claimed to be the only correct method. It is the golden theory of Pythagoras, by which heaven and earth are unlocked. Nevertheless, like the law of quadrature of triangles, it has been dubbed Pons asinorum by dunces.