Creating Waves of Awareness
Outward or local treatment-danger thereof:
The women feel best when she has more or less of a leucorrhoea. It seems a sort of protection. These discharges that we meet every day and dried up and controlled by local treatments, by washes and by local applications of every kind and the patient put into the hands of the undertaker, or made a miserable wreck. If these catarrhal patients are not healed from within out the discharges had better be allowed to go on.
~ Dr. J. T. Kent
True.Suppression is always bad.
Yes , you have well quoted Dr. Kent, on the dangers of suppression. It is better to leave rather than suppress.Following are my views on this:
We all know that a living organism has an inherent tendency to revert to normal balanced equilibrium, in more or less time, after being disturbed by any force. This tendency is manifested in both acute as well as chronic diseases. More in case of acute diseases. Even in chronic diseases,the troublesome manifestations do not remain constant and the same perpetually. There are periods of recrudescence alternating with long or short spells. And this phenomenon of recovery occurs irrespective of any sort of treatment, if not too violently heterogeneous. The Physician may make his claims, yet the patient recovers of his own,even if the Rx was not accurate.