HOMOEOPATHIC SENSITISATION. People who have treated for many years with large doses of allopathic drugs frequently do hot respond at all if given homoeopathic medicine, but if homoeopathic treatment is persevered with for some time normal reaction to homoeopathic remedies occurs, even in the most stubborn cases. Persistency is often rewarded only after months of endeavour.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. Some persons cannot be in the attic of a house whilst a few grains of ipecacuanha are being powdered in the basement without being powerfully affected thereby. In THE HOMOEOPATHIC WORLD of July, 1885, I quoted the report of a case from the British Medical Journal of February 7th of the same year, in which a medical man tells how he nearly killed a patient by simply applying a linseed poultice, though the patient protested that every time such a poultice had been applied she had had an intense attack of asthma.
HAY FEVER AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT. Such receptivity is in the nature of things in inverse proportion to the state of biological equilibrium. All this is interesting, but it does not tell us anything as to the cause of this receptivity. The problem has been treated also by the famous Dunham in his work on the in his study on susceptibility published in the Transactions of the I.H.A.
WHY THE HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY. This reasoning and criticism seem to us entirely ill founded. In the first place, Homoeopathy is a system entirely different in its conception and its outlook from any other system of therapeutics. It can only be appreciated and used to its fullest extent by the mind that is different.
NEWS AND NOTES. The writer wishes to inform the many sufferers of stomach trouble “her experience with the real cause.” I was a sufferer from stomach trouble for many years and tried various remedies. Only temporary relief was obtained from any of the so-called remedies.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE ACTION OF REMEDIES. Our modern homoeopathic crusaders are especially found of indulging in this kind of criticism, at the same time, casting pitying glance upon the simple souls who, in their devotion to Hahnemannian principles, have been rash enough to make such imprudent statements.