The homoeopathic remedy relieves the distressing symptoms without unfortunate side effects. The mind that is under the influence of sedation cannot be really at rest or in peace. Horrible dreams, hallucinations and more or less disorientation is part of the price paid for whatever relief may be obtained.
This would be dangerous because, in that case, the disease would be deprived of nature’s chosen outlet. Nature would have no other recourse but to seek a new pathway for elimination; this would inevitably be one of the more vital organs, probably the lungs, which mighty every well endanger the child’s life.
Is it desirable to observe such special conditions and times with intent to select those most favorable? Might not such observation help in management of people who because of various condition of susceptibility have a tendency to prove or aggravate their remedy action?.
When the vaccination lesion fails to heal and becomes a chronically discharging sore Silica may cause healing, not by suppressive action locally but because of its curative action internally. Homoeopathy should never suppress anything.
Sometimes further remedies are needed to take care of what remains. Foremost amongst these are the salts of Radium, especially Radium thor. Others that come through at times are as follows: Radium iodine, Radium chlor., Fucus ves., and others too numerous to mention in an article of this type.
The distension and movements in the abdomen are more in the left side and along the track of the colon, increased after food. Great repugnance to free air, which not withstanding ameliorates the sufferings. Cutting and pinching pains in the rectum and loins. Heaviness, weariness and numbness in the thighs.
That the new world which is in the making may have strong, clear minded spiritually well developed men and women, free from the many inherited handicaps which now prevent effective, constructive work from the majority of our citizens, it is necessary that children be freed from inherited tendencies to chronic disorder.
This tendency is very marked in the study of medicine and the general public is apt to place great confidence in a physician who is considered-or considers himself-a specialist in some one field, because he has given a good deal of time to the study of that subject.
In short, the old and honored practice of medicine will become a thing of the past. The tender ministries of the physician to his own patient will disappear, and the entire profession will join the regimented band which will march under government orders to government selected hospitals to minister to government selected patients.