The administration of the scheme is proposed to be entrusted to a Corporation constipated by central legislation. The Corporations functions will be performed by a Central Board constituted of representatives of Central and Provincial Governments, and of employers, workers and the medical profession. The Board will include certain members elected by the Central Legislative Assembly.
This is the art of applying one of the great laws of nature in alleviating suffering and removing pathology in the body of man. He who is capable of applying this art need not question the result Hahnemann and his stalwart followers, through their experimentation, and knowing well what they were looking for, did not bring forth sterile results but the most valuable and eternal therapeutic measure for ailing humanity.
Some dentists believe that sulphuric acid used in refining is the cause. My father, Dr. J.H.S. Johnson, says that in western New York during the seventies and early eighties, before white sugar was used, there was very little for dentists to do, and he never heard of a young child having trouble with their eyes before white sugar became popular. Brown sugar and honey certainly are better.
Here we come up against the theory of the simillimum which, of course, should fit the patient in every detail and require neither repetition nor change, but so many times we cannot attain to such perfection and have to do as well as we can with a similar.
In modern ages, Homoeopathic practitioners may be divided broadly into two groups: (a) Those, that can be called Physician first, and Homoeopaths later, and (b) Those, who are homoeopathists first, last and always. Practitioners who after graduating from an Allopathic institution, take up homoeopathy as their professions, are often (of course, not always) seen to belong to the first group. In going through a case, they often study it with an eye of an allopath first, in order to come to a definite diagnosis-thus trying to put a nomenclature of the patients suffering or finding the organ or organs of the patient suffering or finding the organ or organs of the patient which are at fault- and so on and so forth.
The patient feels more active, the longest walks cause hardly any fatigue and that is promptly repaired by sleep. The influence is particularly predominant in the sexual system; it shows itself in phlegmatic patients in an increase of force and tone, causing the disappearance of involuntary loses of semen. In energetic or irritable temperaments the baths provoke erotic dreams and wonted excitement.