COMMENTS ON HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES USEFUL IN CARDIAC DISEASES. Where heart pathology is in evidence in older people with definite arterial degeneration, the Barytas are to be thought of, and more especially Baryta mur. Another remedy likely to be overlooked is Tabacum, a remedy which should receive much greater recognition and study and which is of signal value in angina pectoris. Its indications are known to all.
THE MOTIVE OF THINGS. An interesting fact proved by the emanometer is the essential part played by succession in the potentising process. Simple dilution causes only an infinitesimal rise in potency energy and it is left to the succussive taps to release the energy at each stage. They are, however, able to do this only up to a certain limit. Once that limit is reached no more energy is evolved until further dilution makes it possible for succussion again to take effect.
THE MM POTENCY AND MULTIPLE TOTALITIES. In spite of all ones personal experience with the remedies, gathered over many years of hard and tiresome work, it is not possible to distinguish between the different totalities in chronic cases without constant referring to the Materia Medica. To consult the repertories alone is insufficient.
THE PRINCIPLE OF SELECTING DIET DURING HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT. Homoeopathic therapeutics written by European and American homoeopathic authors have not given any proper direction about it. Some of them have suggested allopathic dietary and the rest are silent on the subject. So we cannot practically get any help from our European and American colleagues in this matter. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of Homoeopathy, had not enough time to make extensive researches on dietary.