FAGOPYRUM AESCULENTUM

FAGOPYRUM AESCULENTUM. Fagopyrum, the common buckwheat, is a neglected remedy, despite the fact that it has been rather extensively proven. Its pathogenesis occupies twenty-four pages in Allen’s Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica. An instructive paper on Fagopyrum was read before the American Institute in 1873, by D.C. Perkins of Rockland, Maine, and reprinted in Anshutz’s New, Old and Forgotten Remedies.

HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES INDICATED IN EXOPHTHALMIC GOITRE

HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES INDICATED IN EXOPHTHALMIC GOITRE. The exophthalmos when present for some months may never completely disappear and is more long-lasting in cases where the gland is much enlarged and pressure has taken place. This is true for cases treated by surgery or by medication.

CURING THE SO-CALLED HELPLESS CHILD

CURING THE SO-CALLED HELPLESS CHILD. The diagnosis in his case, according to former pediatricians, was Mongolian Idiocy, accompanied by a probable birth injury. His was an instrument birth. His chief complaint was exemplified by his symptomatology and past personal history. He began walking at two years, with a peculiar spastic gait.

OUR ASSOCIATION

OUR ASSOCIATION. Time and experience enhance our estimation of the prevision shown by the small group who organized the International Hahnemann Association back in 1881. They were men of intellect and medical perception who dared to step out into the field of higher homoeopathic, willing to be known and classified as homoeopaths.

CEDRON

CEDRON. Cedron is prepared from the seed of a plant which is indigenous to tropical Central and South America. In this same general region are malarias, intermittent fevers and poisonous snakes. Even before it was proven homoeopathically, Cedron had a reputation for curing intermittent fevers and antidoting snake venoms. Cedron is an antidote to Lachesis and is antidoted by Lachesis.

LOST VISION RESTORED

LOST VISION RESTORED. The child then developed pneumonia and had allopathic treatment. His symptoms subsided but, when he got well, it was observed that the child had weak vision and convergent squint. In his 7th year, when the boy was sent to school, it was further observed that he had practically no vision in the left eye, although the eye ball and its appendages were examined and determined to be healthier than the right eye.