COMMUNICATIONS


COMMUNICATIONS. This seems new to be and I dont see why I should not admit of my deficiency in this line, I hope you will not mind the trouble of spreading your helping had in the matte.?Are all the medicines already tested for their polarity and vibratory rates? What is the significance of these terms? I shall be thankful if you can be kind enough to enlightened me on this subject or if you can suggest me some literature containing these experiments.


Editor of The Homoeopathic Recorder Dear sir:.

I take this opportunity of being introduced to you as a Homoeopathic practitioner, I am also a regular subscriber to The Homoeopathic Recorder.

(1) I wish herein to refer to the use of Oxydendron which appeared on page 127 of the issue of November 1948 of the Recorder,where in is given that the polarity and vibratory rates After particular medicine which is supposed to be indicated in the particular case, are to be tested and the results are to be compared with the similar result of the blood examination of the patient,and thus a similimum is to be chosen for the case in question.

This seems new to be and I dont see why I should not admit of my deficiency in this line, I hope you will not mind the trouble of spreading your helping had in the matte.?Are all the medicines already tested for their polarity and vibratory rates? What is the significance of these terms? I shall be thankful if you can be kind enough to enlightened me on this subject or if you can suggest me some literature containing these experiments.

(2) As homoeopaths we do not believe in vaccination,as performed now a days which though deemed harmful,is made compulsory by law in many countries. Somehow I came to know that in some part of U.S.A., there is no compulsion for vaccination. i would like to have some definite data about this, Also, if there is any booklet bearing this data and the discussion or crIticisM, of Vaccination theory, please do mention about that. you may well know that as homoeopaths we are to put up a very strong defense against the vehement opposition of the followers of the old school of medicine. When we argue with them we ought to have definite statistical data at our hand to convince them of the fallacies of their theories.

I am sure you will not fail to guide me with your suggestions and convictions.

Thanking you and awaiting an early reply.

Yours sincerely,.

R.K.DESAI D.M.S.

Royal E S Hayes