Dr. A. WHITING
ELECTRONIC research proves that carcinosin and other nosodes consist both of potentized toxin and antitoxin of the substance in question. And whilst the potentized toxin may be homoeopathic to the condition under treatment, its action is largely hindered by the presence and administration of the antitoxin element, which interferes with the recuperative antibodies in the blood.
This difficulty may be overcome by giving the medicine either electronically or ironically. The latter may be accomplished with the aid of the galvanic current, the technique for its use being familiar to all.
The nosodes of cancer, sarcoma and tuberculosis should be applied from the positive pole, those of staphylococcus, streptococcus, &c., from the negative pole. Conditions requiring the former usually show an alkaline mouth (unless there is mixed infection), and those requiring the later an acid one, when tested with litmus paper.