Those remedies which are most highly characterized by BLEEDING FROM INTERNAL PARTS are : Acon., Am., Bell., Caic. c., Carb. veg., Canth., Cham., Chin., Croc., Ferrum, Hyos., Ipec., Kali c., Lach., Merc., Nitr. ac., Nux v., Phos., Plat., Puls., Sabina, Secale, Sepia, Sulphur.As we may at any time be suddenly called upon to prescribe almost instantly for a dangerous haemorrhage, I will give the strongest points of each drug first that would facilitate our choice.
One of the most gratifying facts of our homoeopathic healing art is, that many conditions classed as surgical by the Old School are cured without operative means by the Appropriate medicine.Tumors of all kinds, glandular enlargements, fistulae, fissures, ulcers and many forms of bone disease are now attacked with the knife without hesitation because no other means of relief are known to those ignorant of the efficiency of homoeopathic agencies.
A Contribution to the Judgement Concerning the Characteristic Value of Symptoms By Clemens Franz Maria von Boenninghausen
It is now over three years since the great Homoeopathic Congress was held in Brussels, Germany being, I am sorry to say, but little represented. In the last session of this meeting after several propositions had been read, my resolution was adopted and a prize-question was proposed, to answer which a period of two years was granted. This prize essay, as the Homoeopathic journals have also made known, was intended to call out a "Treatise concerning the greater or lesser (characteristic) va
THE VITAL FORCE - In the November number of last year, we took exception to Dr. Bayard's position as set forth in the Popular Science Monthly, in his explanation of Homeopathy, that, as a science, it "is the law of the vital force." Dr. P.P. Wells, in a late number of the Homeopathic Physician, has discussed the question at some length in his peculiar way. Allowing all he says to be true, it reduces him to the absurdity of attempting to prove a self-evident proposition. When the point at issue
The method by which any subject may be most successfully studied must depend on the use which is to be made of the knowledge thus gained. It is proper, then, to inquire at the outset in what way the knowledge of Materia Medica is to be made subservient to the treatment of disease.In accordance with the homoeopathic law, we select for the cure of each individual case of disease that remedy of which the pathogenetic effects are most similar to the symptoms of the case. In the