Homoepathia Revealed; a Brief Exposition of the Whole System: Adapted to General Comprehension, with a Notice of Psora and Dr. Duringe's Objections

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Fanshaw, 1846 - Homeopathy - 91 pages
 

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Page 20 - Homoeopathic treatment was resorted to in the incipient symptoms of the cholera;" and that "it was remarked that all the patients cured by Homoeopathic treatment, regained, in a very short time, their former health and strength; while those who survived other treatments were left in a state of weakness, which lasted several months, and but too often terminated in another disease which proved fatal.
Page 19 - All the sick who took medicine in strict conformity to the rules, were saved, although some of them were already in the state of collapse, which apparently precluded all hope. In this last stage there were not a few with their teeth clenched so fast that it was necessary to force them open for the purpose of introducing the medicine ; and yet, on the very day following, they were relieved and convalescent...
Page 18 - Homoeopathic powders. Four hundred Cholera patients, saved and restored to perfect health, was the gratifying reward of his zeal, and the triumphant result of Homoeopathic doses liberally distributed to all who applied for them. We are all now so well convinced of the miraculous power of this system, that we cannot sufficiently deplore the ignorance that cannot, and still more the obstinate prejudice that will not invoke its aid, and thereby rescue relatives and friends from certain death. The Asiatic...
Page 18 - ... Asiatic Cholera, preceded by terror, ushered in by danger, and followed by desolation, comes now, remains, and departs a harmless thing. Its cure is in reality easier than that of a fever. Multiplied experiments, and consequent confidence in Homoeopathic treatment, have divested it of all its appalling attributes, by subjugating it entirely to the skill of man. We had fifty patients in our own village, and not one of them died. On the estate of my sister-inlaw, there were likewise a good many...
Page 18 - From a desire to relieve the sufferings of humanity, he visited all the places in the neighbourhood, wherever the disease raged the most; administered the remedies ; instructed the priests and the elders in the use of them; and was whole weeks thus employed, while I remained at home occupied with the preparation of Homoeopathic powders. Four hundred Cholera patients, saved and restored to perfect health, was the gratifying reward of his zeal, and the triumphant result of Homoeopathic doses liberally...
Page 19 - ... necessary to force them open for the purpose of introducing the medicine ; and yet, on the very day following, they were relieved and convalescent ! My good husband, from the constant intercourse with the sick, took the infection several times, but in every instance was restored by a few Homoeopathic globules.
Page 18 - The dreadful Cholera broke out last month in our own village and its vicinity with the greatest fury. My husband was the first person attacked : but, thanks to Homffiopathia, was cured in a few days.
Page 18 - ... neighborhood, wherever the disease raged the most ; administered the remedies ; instructed the priests and the elders in the use of them ; and was whole weeks thus employed, while I remained at home occupied with the preparation of Homoeopathic powders. Four hundred Cholera patients, saved and restored to perfect health, was the gratifying reward of his zeal, and the triumphant result of Homoeopathic doses liberally distributed to all who applied for them. We are all now so well convinced of...
Page 43 - Un malade ne doit prendre ni plus ni moins que la dose prescrite, et il faut remarquer qu'il n'existe que tres peu ffmdimdus asscz robustes pour supporter la dose d'un grain, ou meme d'une demi-grain."*

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