Homoeopathic prescribing according to symptoms, often without physical examinations, seems of course unspeakable quackery to orthodox medical men; they have learned by rote the ridiculous maxim, “Every diseases is seated in an organ.” Very likely examination of Mrs. C.B. s organs would not have shown any anomalies. One doctor might have treated her with a sedative, another with a laxative, a third by a tonic, a fourth would have recommended glandular treatment, a fifth ultraviolet rays, a sixth the latest and the most scientific injection, the seventh psychological treatment, the eighth massage, the ninth radiant heat and high frequency electricity for her stiffness, but none of these treatments would have done more than give a little temporary relief.
An excerpt from TWO NATRUM MURIATICUM CASES. Ellis Barker J
HEAL THYSELF (The Homoeopathic World) A Popular Journal of Medical, Dietetic, Social and Sanitary Science
Volume: 1934 Aug Vol LXIX No 824