Homeopathy Defined

HOMEOPATHY was discovered by Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), who worked alongside doctors as a translator. He had become totally disillusioned about general medicine as it was administered at that time with its crude approach to treatment. He had observed such practices as blood-letting by the application of leeches when his children became ill. This affected him profoundly and led him to start experimenting with different substances. The first and most famous one was quinine (China Officinalis) - a well-known drug used at that time and renowned until today in the treatment of malaria. He started by taking it in crude form, as a result of which he developed those very classic symptoms of that




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