EDITORIAL. So-called adulthood amounts to no more than a suppression of infancy. We try to act life adults from social pressure only. When the bars are down, we are merely a bunch of infants. The “second childhood” bears this out. However, it might be wise to call it “terminal childhood.” Medicine has attached the gaudy name of Geriatrics to it and had made a special racket of it.
CONFIRMED THERAPEUTICS OF SOME OF THE NON-LACTOSE NOSODES IN PEDIATRICS. In the clinical proving of this nosode, as indeed in the proving of many remedies, a selective tissue action is to be noted. The Dysenteriae comp. seems to have a specific relation to the duodenum. Has this pathological fact any application in the treatment of the infant? In the newly born infant, I have, on several occasions, completely cured spasms of the pylorus.
THE PROBLEM OF SOUL BODY RELATIONSHIP IN PRESCRIBING. We have thousands and thousands of facts, unrelated because the key is lacking, but they are there for the asking and, quite specifically to your question, if you would study the material in Jungs work, you would find a treasure chest for homoeopathic work, particularly for homoeopathic correspondences between animal and psychic life.