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Albuminuria In Children by HENRY C ALDRICH

MADAME PRESIDENT and fellow-practitioners: My line of thought for some time past has been turned rather persistently in the direction of albuminuria. At the present time medical opinion appears to me to be in somewhat of a transition stage in regard to the pathology of diseases of the genito-urinary organs. A good many ancient (and Allopathic) fallacies have been exposed and dropped, and we, the Homoeopathists, are building up newer views upon surer foundations. The process will be show (

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Brief Directions for Forming a Complete Image of a Disease for the Sake of Homeopathic Treatment By Clemens Franz Maria von Boenninghausen

"The invisible, morbid mutation in man's internal and the change in condition perceptible to our senses in the external (the complex of symptoms), form before the eyes of creative Omnipotence what we call disease; but only the totality of the symptoms is the side of the disease, which is turned to the disciple of healing; only this is perceptible and is the main thing which he can know about the disease, and what he needs to know for the purpose of cure:" -Sam. Hahnemann, Organon of Heali

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The dynamic element of the remedy By Henry Clay Allen

If apologies were useful or helpful I should apologize in advance for an attempt to throw any light on the long debated question. Potency. But the acceptance of similia as a natural law in therapeutics has had a slow growth. Is it any wonder then that the dynamics of the remedy should still be an unsolved problem ?Hippocrates, Von Haller, Anderson of Edinburgh and others had glimpses of the law of Similars before the time of Hahnemann. Others saw the star of simi

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Notes on frequently indicated remedies with comparative similar symptoms By Henry Clay Allen

1. ABIES NIGRA Stomach : The guiding symptoms so far as our provings or clinical experiment go, appear to cluster about this gastric characteristic :Sensation of an undigested hard boiled egg at pit of stomach. This is not a weight or a heaviness but a sensation causing a constant uneasiness and discomfort. The patient is often dull and drowsy during the day, with loss of appetite ; wakeful, restless and hungry at night. There may be constipa

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Materia Medica Notes By H C Allen

Benzoic Acid : Urine ; ammoniacal, strong-smelling, excessively offensive, the odor penetrating the whole room. This is a guiding symptom in enuresis nocturne, dysuria senilis, irritable bladder, gravel, enlarged prostate, dribbling urine ; Diarrhoea ; stool, copious, grey or white, like dirty soap-suds with excessively offensive, strong pungent odor, like the urine, scenting the entire house. The name of the disease matters little, if these characterist

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