EUTHANASIA. With euthanasia apparently so nearly attained what was lacking? Would a higher potency of Tarentula cub. have done it? If not, what other remedy would have given her peace the last ten days? When should one stop trying to cure and attempt to attain euthanasia?.
HOMOEOPATHY IN PEDIATRICS. We read of the wonderful advancements and discoveries of modern medicine for most of the ailments of the human body from birth to old age with their inoculations, sulfas, antibiotics, sedations, antiseptics, anti-histamines, cortisone, ACTH–all kinds of miraculous discoveries to relieve sick and suffering individuals.
MY FAVOURITE REMEDY. Some similarity in the case pattern was noted however: all these Phosphorus cases were women. The fact that men made up only twenty-five per cent of the cases repertorized does not explain this situation. Another constant feature in every case was the background of tension with its resultant symptom of apprehension predominant in the patient.
ENEMIES OF HOMOEOPATHY. The neglect of Homoeopathy by the trained physician, the dissemination of homoeopathic knowledge amongst lay people to gain support for its cause, its regard as “quackery” by the dominant school, and the comparative ease with which even untrained practitioners can get brilliant results in difficult cases are some of the reasons for so many lay practitioners of Homoeopathy.
A CASE OF ENDOTHELIAL CYST. Remedies that followed Psorinum 10M were Calcarea sulph., Scirrhinum, Graphites, Bellis per., Conium, Murex, Thuja, Cyclamen, Ustilago, Secale (once when menstruation became copious), Cancerinum, Condurango, and Sulphur.