Excerpt from The British Journal of Homeopathy, 1862, Vol. 20
IN the British Journal of Homoeopathy for January, 1861, I published a few remarks embodying my experience of the effects of Hydrastis in cancer. I then stated that the success of the remedy had been variable in my hands, but that it had been sufficient to lead me to form an opposite conclusion to that expressed by Dr. Hastings in the April, 1860, number of the Journal, in which he said, in no single instance has it eﬂ'ected a cure, nor even appeared to check the disease.
I also stated that I had. Found the Hydrastis exercise a marked inﬂuence in relieving the pain of cancer, while, at the same time, it had improved the general health of the patient. I further mentioned that very sudden prostration of strength had accompanied the continued use of the remedy beyond a certain point.
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