Homeopathy Research Conference in the U.S.
The American Institute of Homeopathy, the Faculty of Homeopathy, and GIRI are pleased to announce that the National Center for Homeopathy is sponsoring the first-ever major homeopathy research conference in the U.S.: “Groundbreaking Science: Homeopathy and the Future of Global Health.”
The conference is scheduled for October 20-22, 2023 in Connecticut and is open to the public. To learn more visit: https://homeopathyusa.org/education/2023-conference.html
A Life Well Lived
Timothy Field Allen, born April 24, 1837, died December 5, 1902, at his home in New York City. A hard-working scholar, as the magnificent ten-volume Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica, the Symptom Register, The Handbook, The Materia Medica Primer and Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket-Book testify. One of the last things he wrote was published in the Homoeopathic Recorder in 1900 and 1901, under the title “After Surgery Had Done Its Best” and “The Sequel.”
The Homoeopathic Recorder Volume 18 – Aug 2nd 1904. Published Monthly at Lancaster, Pa. by Boericke & Tafel. Editor, E. P. Anshutz
Researchers Deleted Data that Fluoride Lowers Childrens’ IQs
California’s dental director and his team of researchers intentionally omitted data from a study by the National Toxicology Program that linked fluoride exposure to neurodevelopmental damage in children.
If I am positive of any one thing in medicine it is the power of Conium 30th to cure certain “lumps” in the female breast. It has been my experience repeatedly to see tumors of a suspicious nature in the mammae disappear by the use of Conium. Of course, the indications must present as with any other remedy. It is in the formative stage of these neoplasms that the remedy will act by checking the development of the growth.
- A. Dewey, M. D. –The Homoeopathic Recorder Volume 18 – Aug 2nd 1904
Warning on Contrast Dyes
Gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs), also known as contrast dyes, are used to enhance magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and other magnetic imaging processes. The substance is retained in the brain, skin, bones, and organs and may cause toxicities and long-term side effects for months or even years.
Some Tips from Dr. K.N. Mathur
Some Remedies for Suppressions –
Dulcamara – Dropsy after suppressed sweat
Ammonium m. – Hemorrhoids after suppressed leucorrhoea
Aurum m. – Ailments from reserved displeasure ( also Staphysagria)
Actea r. – Maia from suppressed neuralgia
Glonoine – Intense congestion of brain from suppressed menses
Lobelia inflata – Deafness due to suppressed discharges or eczema.
Helleborus n. – Melancholia from suppressed menses.
Cyclamen – Ailments from suppressed grief and terrors of conscience.
Collinsonia – Heart disease from suppressed hemorrhoids or suppressed menses.
Some Indications for Remedies –
Aurum met. – Atrophy of testicles in boys
Aurum muriaticum – Hypertension due to disturbed function of nervous system.
Baryta Carb. – Baldness in young people. Fatty tumors on neck.
Bellis Perennis – Tumors after a blow
Apocynum – Scanty urine with cardiac or renal dropsy
Arnica m. – Retention of urine after labor
Principles of Prescribing – Dr. K.N. Mathur
Warning on duodenoscopes
A duodenoscope is a thin, flexible tube with a camera that is threaded through the throat, stomach and small intestines, allowing doctors to take photos of a patient’s insides. Due to ineffective cleaning methods duodenoscopes have spread antibiotic-resistant bacteria in more than 25 U.S. hospitals.
Tips from William H. Burt, M. D. – Circa 1895
Apocynum Cannabinum -Indian Hemp
Acute dropsical conditions, especially renal, without structural change, with
very scanty, dark-colored urine. great exhaustion, skin dry
Debilitated people, with indigestion, sour stomach and a feeling of constriction, or as of an iron band, around the heart, neck of the bladder, and oesophagus, Palpitation of the heart day and night.
Fluids drunk appear to run straight through the intestinal canal without stop-ping. Excessive debility, can hardly walk. Staggering gait. Cannot walk with closed eyes
Supra-orbital neuralgia, especially on left side; pain tends to spread to the face or neck, and to involve the eyes. Aggravated by the least concussion or motion, but especially by stooping
Goiter, where there is enlargement of the lymphatic glandular system, associated with a dry laryngeal or tracheal cough and suffocative attacks at night.
Skin cold as marble. Cannot bear to be covered, features distorted, eyes sunken. Copious watery stools.
Convulsions at sight of a lighted candle, a mirror, or of water, or when a cup of drink touches the lips. Rage on attempting to administer liquids. Dilatation of pupils so great that vision is lost.
Constant desire to urinate, with complete strangury. The thought of drinking, the sound of running water, or touching the larynx produces spasms. Pain in the loins, kidneys, and abdomen.
In almost all diseases the patient has a feeling of great weakness and exhaustion in the chest and is so weak he cannot talk.
All fevers that assume a low, typhoid form, with rapid prostration of the vital forces, trembling of the whole body, and frequent fainting.
William H. Burt, M. D, Characteristic Materia Medica Memorizer
Publication – 1895