Pain killers are a little difficult to systematize, and I thought probably the most helpful way would be to consider the cases of acute pain which one meets with in general practice, and these I think one can classify to a certain extent. One gets acute neuralgias, acute inflammation of one of the serous membranes, and acute colic.
By Propagation through newspapers the public will be apprised of these Foundation lectures, and cautioned against the fowlers net of the pseudo- homoeopathists who are inflictions on the public under cover of their medical degrees and State Medical Facultys license.
For sometime in the past there has been raging a discussion on this important point in the leading Homoeopathic magazines. The subject is of extreme importance, particularly in Bengal as malaria here is endemic with seasonal outbreaks of epidemics. It is of interest to one who practices the art of Homoeopathic treatment conscientiously as the main question is not use of Quinine alone but whether it is to be used in its so called physiological rational way or in the Homoeopathic way, irrespective of the dosage question.
Candidates for the Diploma Examination in Homoeopathy must be fully-qualified medical graduates entitled to practise medicine in Great Britain. They must show evidence of real interest in Homoeopathy and of homoeopathic work already done. It is highly desirably that any candidate should have undergone a course of personal instruction in methods of adapting his theoretical knowledge to practical case work, i.e. by repertorial instruction.