The main points which I wish to raise here are either entirely new and somewhat revolutionary when compared with accepted notions, divulged and applied in the five earlier editions of the Organon, or points already stated but redrafted and re-examined. They are, as a rule, badly known or not known or not known at all by homoeopaths.
EDITORIAL. Who stands to lose the most by this revision of the medical ethics dose? Obviously the patient, the very person whose welfare should be the first consideration of every physician. A patient goes to a doctor because he is ill and needs the doctors professional services.
THE IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT NAJA TRIPUDIANS WITH COMMENTS. Naja is one of the snake poison remedies which to me is one of the most important. It is best potentized from the pure cobra venom coming from India. It might be easily confused with Lachesis unless one were to read it up in Roberts Study of Remedies by Comparison. About all I will do here is to endeavor to give you highlights of their differences in my comments as I go along.
EXPERIENCES WITH SYZIGIUM. Syzigium will do a lot for some of your patients, may remove their symptom, reduce their blood sugars and keep them reasonably happy and useful without insulin. Others of your patients of course will benefit much more from some of the remedies found in your repertories and materia medicas after a careful taking of the case.
CHLOROSIS. A chlorotic girl with scanty menses had been declared a heart case on account of severe palpitation. However, the symptoms of chlorosis were unusually prominent; the heart beat was audible over entire chest; severe throbbing of temporal arteries. Pressing pain in stomach, especially when walking. Legs tire easily.