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December 1999

Vol. 19, No. 11

Opening the Home Medicine Chest - Childhood ear infections • Homeopathy in Cuba • Tiger Shark Liver: A New Remedy NASH Second Annual Conference: Diversity And Collaboration The thought behind the action - Why philosophy? • Nurses Corner • In Memoriam: Jack E. Craig Using herbs along with homeopathic medicines • Highlights From Homeopathy In The News • Materia Medica In Verse: Ignatia Amara • FAQs The Organon In Outline

Articles in this Issue

Written By: Melanie Grimes
I wanted to prove shark because I wanted to prove something parallel to us on the food chain. I thought, what could be more "toxic" to us than something that eats us? Recent scientific research has... Continue
Written By: Gini Ellis
On August 28, l999, I had the great pleasure of attending the Second Annual North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH) Conference, "Diversity and Collaboration," in scenic Vancouver, BC, Canada. I... Continue
"I would almost as soon leave my instruments at home when going out to cut as my succus calendulae, prepared at a reliable homeopathic pharmacy. "... all conditions agreeing, it is desirable to give... Continue
Written By: John Saxton
This is a good book in a market that is rapidly becoming saturated with offerings of varying quality. One of its great strengths is that the author has a clear idea of what she wants to achieve. The... Continue
Written By: Stephen Kayne
Stephen Kayne recently returned to the UK from The Second International Congress on Homeopathic Pharmacological Research that was held in Havana, Cuba, July 19--22. I thought a report might be of... Continue
Written By: Julian Winston
A distorted view Several months ago, I was asked to review a brief introduction to homeopathy that is to appear in a book about alternative therapies. After discussing Hahnemann and the Cinchona... Continue
Herbs and homeopathy: Pro Dear Editor: I was particularly delighted to find in the July/August 1999 issue some great articles which integrated homeopathy with other healing modalities. In particular... Continue
Written By: J P Borneman
Jack E. Craig It is with great sadness that the family and staff of Standard Homeopathic Company and Hyland's report the passing of their Chairman and CEO, Jack E. Craig, on September 8, 1999, of... Continue
Written By: Sylvia Seroussi Chatroux
Ignatia amara Ignatia, I have felt your lumpLodged deep inside my throatI've sighed and grieved and swallowedAnd tried not to emoteThat's when I think the problem cameI felt let down and blueAnd all... Continue
Written By: Lia Bello
Nurses make up a considerable number of the students in homeopathy schools and in the ranks of homeopathic practitioners and educators. Many have extensive medical and nursing training and are fully... Continue
Written By: Todd A Hoover
Otitis media or middle ear infections are one of the most common reasons a child will need to see the doctor this winter. The most common treatment is to use antibiotics, but some recent studies in... Continue
Written By: Erastus Case
(available from homeopathic booksellers) The leading symptom in the study is italicized. The remedy that cured will be found below.Rapid violent palpitations of heart with trembling from even slight... Continue
Written By: Julian Winston
Paragraphs 231--244: Intermittent diseases 231.     Intermittent diseases are those that recur at definite intervals and those disease states that alternate with other states... Continue
Written By: Ann Jerome Croce
I am a teacher. When I teach homeopathy, sometimes I feel like a juggler because I am balancing so many elements, from materia medica to case analysis to repertory study. Once when I was introducing... Continue
Written By: Will Taylor
Question I became interested in homeopathy through the use of herbs. Can you comment on the use of herbs along with homeopathic remedies? Answer Many of the folks I see bring in bags of stuff that... Continue