A WORD ABOUT PRESCRIBING IN OBSTETRICS. As to this book, excluding the possibility of irreducible malformations, were I restricted to one medium of aiding the puerperal woman Yingling would be the choice. Every word of it is rare coin and the repertory is the most dependable one of its size that I know. This work sustains unadulterated homoeopathic artistry throughout.
Soreness in region of stomach. Sensation of strap around body under the ribs. Much flatulence about an hour and a half after meals. Sensation of lump at lower end of sternum worse after eating; craves pickle and sour things. Constipated.
BRIEF COMMENTARIES ABOUT DESIRES AND AVERSIONS. Children are in great need of calories; the physical restlessness, so natural in them putting their muscles in almost continuous movement, means a great consumption of glucose. The need of restoration of the loss of carbohydrates is manifested with that great passion of childhood for sweets. When that symptom exists among adults it becomes of great importance. Allen mentions it as a psoric one.
HEREDITY, ENVIRONMENT, HOMOEOPATHY. These vibratory forces each with its own specific rate of vibration, and its distinctive polarity produce all the affinities, the attractions and repulsions pervading throughout all nature to cause the multitudinous phenomena of growth and decay, of health and disease, of stress and storm, of sunshine and calm, ramifying the animate cosmos.