REMEDIES AND FORBIDDEN FOODS. Each remedy has some diets inimical and antidotal to it. So the patient should be forbidden to take those foods during the treatment. These are scattered in many books on homoeopathy. here is the collection of them. This is a vast subject and the cooperation of the homoeopaths all over the world is essentially required.
REMEDIES INDICATED IN CORYZA. Influenced by his friend, the distinguished research engineer, Mr. S.Knight, he studied physics the last fifteen years of his life and became persuaded that physics could explain and vindicate Homoeopathy better than anything else. He started a tour of the best universities of the United States and was favorably received in seventeen.
HOW DID WE GET OUR HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA. Hahnemann shared the fate of other inconvenient innovators. His reformatory ideas were not accepted, even though he tried in exceptionally clear ways in his fundamental work (Experiments about a new Principle, etc.), and many times later to urge the necessity of his research method.
EDITORIAL. There are many ways in which Homoeopathy could be provided in insurance contracts over and above the manner in which it is done at the present time in the plans actually in operation. Our insurance in crystallizing and promoting this new expression of homoeopathic practice.
SOME THOUGHTS ON A SCIENTIFIC MATERIA MEDICA. Right here we are stymied, since the action of the organism itself is so imperfectly known. A perusal of books trying to explain the mechanism of pain alone, while showing advances, are pitifully lacking in many respects, making us aware of the brick walls we are up against. As to other symptoms we are wandering about in a such deeper forest.
TUBERCULOSIS-BASICALLY A DISEASE OF DEFICIENT MINERAL METABOLISM AND LOW VITALITY. Demineralization is a word, I think, which just about hits the nail on the head. I feel that the relationship of tuberculosis to mineral deficiency is that the body is not, for some reason or other, due to its inherent miasm, able to retain the necessary minerals in the blood stream, and they are excreted through the kidneys at too large a rate.