WHEN THE WELL-SELECTED REMEDY FAILS TO ACT. Needless to say, this order of frequently is given as a summary of one prescribers experience with his particular case material. It is meaningless in the face of a given individual patients problem, which must always be evaluated on its own merits, regardless of all statistical considerations, as though one never had seen or heard of a similar case.
EDITORIAL. Recently, a friend has his lively young dog wormed by a ved. The shots killed the dog. Vermifuges used everywhere today are entirely unnecessary. Correct the dogs general condition by homoeopathic therapy and there will be no worms. Mink coats and homoeopathy are both under suspicion by now.
ANESTHESIA IN OBSTETRICS. The question of curare has been raised a number of times. It is most effective in certain cases. Intocostrin, tubo-curarine, and syncurine are all drugs that act upon the myoneural junction, paralyzing the extrinsic muscles. I have found it most useful in breech and posterior presentations.
CEPHALANDRA INDICA. Since the introduction of three new homoeopathic remedies to the homoeopathic world, i.e. Ficus religiosa, Nyctanthes arbortristis and Justicia adhatoda, I could not take up the cause of any new indigenous drug for several obstacles.