3 edition of Fifty Reasons for Being a Homœopath found in the catalog.
|Statement||Boericke & Tafel|
|Publishers||Boericke & Tafel|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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The exostosis is decidely smaller; it never pains now September 25th. Your note would infer that I was not dealing in my last letter with a case of true pleurisy. But still this is only by the way : I enter into all these preliminary, incidental and concomitant circumstances merely Fifty Reasons for Being a Homœopath put you on the same ground whereon I myself stand; they are not essential, for they only lead to this : Aconitum in febricula was, and is, my first reason for being a homoeopath.
It consists of 50 letters from the famous homeopathic doctor J. — Some years since, as you may perhaps know, a drug called Cundurango came up in your school as a cure for cancer, much as Chian turpentine did subsequently, and, like it, had its little day, and then passed out of sight. It consists of 50 letters from the famous homeopathic doctor J. In Burnett's time homoeopathic physicians practiced under great professional drawbacks, for it was not until long after his death, in 1901, that homoeopathic science and the medical men who had the courage to explore it were recognized by the State as equal in all respects to their fellows in the Medicinal arts.
was a contemporary with R. James Compton Burnett was born on July 10, 1840 and died April 2, 1901.
Patient was in other respects in good health and well nourished, but her teeth were not very Fifty Reasons for Being a Homœopath. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
His uncle believed in Homeopathy and he wished his nephew to interest himself in it rather than the allopathic school of treatment and thought.
I said Homoeopathy raises one from the dependent position of a journeyman therapeutist to that of a master. I appreciated their warm welcomes and cheers every time I entered the class. How are we to know which? III You can have what opinion you like of my old pleuritis affection : I had the wretched thing till I took Bryonia, and I have never had it since. How are we to know which? He is the acclaimed author of dozens of books on homeopathy which includes "Consumpton," "Liver," "Ringworm," "Gout," "Stunted Children," "Organ Diseases of Women," "Diseases of Skin," "Change of Life in Women," "Enlarged Tonsils" and "Tumours" etc.
A man that gives Aconite for febricula is a homoeopath malgre lui.
Preface This wonderful little book has found its way to the public in five editions.
Burnett was provoked to write this work by some remarks made by a young allopathic medical man who regarded Homeopaths as quacks, and challenged Burnett to produce the fifty reasons, which he did, and Dr.
Dear Doctor, A number of years ago, on a dull dreary afternoon, which I had partly occupied at B Hospital with writing death certificates, I suddenl This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text.