Organon §39

Aggressive allopathic medical treatments merely suppress and suspend a chronic disease for as long as treatment is kept up, after which the disease always comes to light again, as bad as before or worse. 

For centuries, adherents of the ordinary school of medicine have seen the action of natural diseases upon one another. They have seen that nature itself cannot cure a single disease through the supervention of another disease, be it ever so strong, if the supervening disease is dissimilar to the one that is already dwelling in the body. What must we think of this school of medicine that, nevertheless, has gone on treating chronic diseases allopathically, that is, with medicines and prescriptions capable of engendering God knows what disease state-invariably, however, one dissimilar to the malady to be cured? Even if these physicians did not hitherto observe nature exactingly enough [to notice this], as a result of their procedure’s miserable consequences, they should have become alive to the fact that they were pursuing a counterproductive, false path. Did they not see that their usual practice of using aggressive allopathic treatments against a protracted disease only created a dissimilar artificial disease that merely suppressed and suspended the original malady for as long as the treatment was kept up? Did they not see that the original disease always came to light again-and had to come to light again-as soon as the patient’s decreased vitality no longer permitted the allopathic attacks on his life to continue? For example:

Purgatives suppress the itch diathesis.

1. The itch diathesis eruption disappears quite soon from the skin through frequently repeated, violent purgatives, but when the patient can no longer endure the forced (dissimilar) intestinal disease and has to stop taking the purgatives, then either the skin eruption blooms as before or the internal psora develops some virulent symptom. Then the patient, in addition to his undiminished original malady, has to endure a painful deranged digestion and lost vitality. 

Fontanels never cure chronic diseases.

2. If, in order to expunge a chronic disease, the ordinary physicians maintain artificial skin ulcers and fontanels on the exterior of the body, they can never attain their objective. They can never cure a chronic disease that way since such artificial disease ulcers are entirely foreign and allopathic to the internal suffering. However, since the irritation aroused through several fontanels is a dissimilar malady that is at least sometimes stronger than the indwelling disease, the original disease is sometimes silenced and suspended for a couple of weeks. But it is suspended for a very short time only, while the patient gradually wastes away.   

Fontanels suppress epilepsy

3. Epilepsy, suppressed for many years by fontanels, continually comes to light, and in an aggravated form, when the fontanels are allowed to heal up, as Pechlin 90 and others attest.   

Compound prescriptions are just as allopathic and attacking as purgatives and fontanels. 

4. Purgatives for the itch diathesis and fontanels for epilepsy cannot be more foreign, cannot be more dissimilar tunement-altering potences, cannot be more allopathic, more aggressive treatments than are the customary prescriptions, composed of unknown ingredients, used in ordinary practice for innumerable, nameless forms of disease. These prescriptions, also, merely debilitate. They suppress and suspend the malady for a short time only, without being able to cure it.  Through protracted use, these prescriptions always add a new disease state to the old malady.