An epitome of homoeopathic practice: compiled chiefly from Jahr, Rueckert, Beauvais, Boenninghausen, etc

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Radde, 1850 - Health & Fitness - 212 pages
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Page 207 - Homoeopathic agents, thereby enabling the practitioner to discover the characteristic symptoms of each drug, and to determine with ease and correctness what remedy is most homoeopathic to the existing group of symptoms.
Page 209 - Homceopathia and the Manner of its Practice ; with some of the most important effects of ten of the principal Homoeopathic remedies, for the use of all honest men who desire to convince themselves by experiment, of the truth of the doctrine.
Page 207 - Jahr's New Manual of Homoeopathic Practice ; edited, with Annotations, by A. Gerald Hull, MD From the last Paris edition. This is the fourth American edition of a very celebrated work, written in French by the eminent Homoeopathic Professor Jahr, and it is considered the best practical compendium of this extraordinary science that has yet been composed. After a very judicious and instructive introduction, the work presents...
Page 207 - Homceopitfhic medicines, with their names in Latin, English, and German ; the order in which they are to be studied, with their most important distinctions, and clinical illustrations of their symptoms and effects upon the various organs and functions of the human system. — The second volume embraces an elaborate analysis of the indications in disease, of the medicines adapted to cure, and a glossary of the technics used in the work, arranged so luminously as to form an admjrable guide to every...
Page 209 - A TREATISE ON THE USE OF ARNICA, in cases of Contusions, Wounds, Strains, Sprains, Lacerations of the Solids, Concussions, Paralysis, Rheumatism, Soreness of the Nipples, etc. etc., with a number of cases illustrative of the use of that drug. By Charles Julius Hempel, MD 1845.
Page 207 - Jnhr ; and it is considered the best Practical Compendium of this extraordinary science that has yet been composed. After a very judicious and instructive Introduction, the work presents a Table of the Homoeopathic Medicines.
Page 208 - The Chronic Diseases, their Specific Nature and Homoeopathic Treatment. Translated and Edited by Charles J. Hempel, MD 5 vols.
Page 208 - LAURIE, Dr. J. Homoeopathic Domestic Medicine, with the Treatment and Diseases of Females, Infants, Children and Adults. 7th American edition, much enlarged, with many additions, and the dose minutely indicated to every medicine.
Page 212 - It is just such a work as might be expected from its author, who is said to have written in it the result of his experience gained in the careful examination of over 12,000 bodies, and who is possessed of a truly marvellous power of observing and amassing facts. In the course of our analysis we have said comparatively little of its merits, the best evidence of which is found in the length to which our abstracts have been carried without passing beyond the bounds of what is novel or important. Nor...
Page 207 - ... of the human system. The second volume embraces an elaborate Analysis of the indications in disease, of the medicines adapted to cure, and a Glossary of the technics used in the work, arranged so luminously as to form an admirable guide to every medical student. The whole system is here displayed with a modesty of pretension, and a scrupulosity in statement, well calculated to bespeak candid investigation. This laborious work is indispensable to the students and practitioners of Homoeopathy,...

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