THE BODY HAS IN IT THE MEANS OF CURE. The great industrial revolution brought about an emigration from the country to the towns in order to supply the demands of the factories for labour. The Government and employers of that period failed to foresee what would happen as a result of this migration. People were crowded into hovels not fit for cattle, in fact the cubic space set aside for a valuable horse far exceeded that per head of the poor.
A BRILLIANT CURE OF FACIAL NEURALGIA. According to the orthodox textbooks it is to be used in hysterical complaints, flatulence, etc., and the correct official dose is from ten to fifteen drops of the tincture. The lady took the medicine in the 3x strength, which means in doses of one-thousandth of a drop. This case shows the superiority of homoeopathic over allopathic treatment and the abysmal ignorance of orthodox doctors regarding the possibilities of the drugs they use.
TOO MUCH DIAGNOSIS. WANDERING through a hospital on a visitors day, you will undoubtedly be vastly impressed with its bright airiness and complete sense of neatness and order. The latest scientific cure that the papers has just been praising comes to mind, and you rejoice that modern medicine has made these strides.
Dictionary of Domestic Medicine. Severe griping or cutting pain, as from knives, in the abdomen and about the navel, increased by food, with irritability of the bowel, followed by copious diarrhoea with straining, the diarrhoea affording relief, but the symptoms may speedily recur; dysenteric diarrhoea, the evacuations consisting mainly of blood with severe colic. Colicky and stitching pains in the ovaries and liver.
IMMUNITY FROM DENTAL DECAY. “I may also mention that the ratios of increase in growth and weight and resistance to infection are so much more favourable in children brought up in this manner that, in so far as our finances allow of it, we are making a daily raw milk ration as universal as we can to all the children under our care.”.
THE HOME MEDICINE CHEST. In some cases of bruising, the skin may be split by the force of the blow which caused the injury. This brings us to the consideration of cuts and lacerations. These may range from superficial or deep cuts made with sharp instruments, to jagged or lacerated wounds made with barbed wire, rusty nails, etc.
THE ANIMALS PAGES. Upon my asking her whether the dog tried to get near the fire or away from the fire, she told me that she did not know. I therefore lit a gas fire, made her sit down close to it and call the dog, but the dog would not come. So I took hold of the little fellow and put him on her lap and bade her caress him. However, the dog jumped down and went to the window.
TWO BRILLIANT HEART CURES. Any doctor should know the name of this trouble, but homoeopaths do not treat the names of diseases, but people. We have a medicine which in large doses causes “constriction of the chest as if bound, hindering respiration. Heart constriction as from an iron band.” There could be no mistake about the remedy: Cactus 3. The patient returned in four days in joyful mood.