Lymphatic leukaemia is a fatal disease and any form of treatment can only hope to prolong life at this stage of our knowledge. X-ray is given by spraying the body at intervals, and by the dominant school is termed the only treatment of known value, but there is always the possibility of causing capillary haemorrhage. Haemorrhage was doubtless the cause of death in my first mentioned case.
Tomatoes are less affected by the choking and canning process than most any other fruit or vegetable on the market. Tomatoes will often pick up undesirable fertilizer elements from the soil and only partially convert them when grown under artificial conditions. Therefore, the widespread prejudice against the hothouse product is not without foundation.
he latter by all means. The tapering off process is the hard way and usually results in failure to achieve the end desired. It is always easier to break a habit entirely once and for all than to keep a string tied to it. Any unfavorable results from the abrupt discontinuance of harmful things is purely imaginary in most cases.
One of the greatest needs of these turbulent times is the general recognition and assumption of individual responsibility and the realization that there is no such thing as immunity to the operation of natural law, that the law is absolutely impersonal and, in the fullness of time, wholly just.
These are not all original with me-merely ideas that I have formed in the course of my practice, attending conventions, reading from authors and in talking with my older teachers. I have tried to add my own personal touch to them, amount to whatever it may.