| Homeopathy is an alternative system of medicine that was founded in the early 19th century by a German physician, Dr. Hahnemann 200 years ago. Classical Homeopathy rests on three principles: the law of similars, the single medicine, and the minimum dose...
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|A thorough understanding of the subject of energy is a necessary foundation for the study of Homeopathic philosophy, if the student is to understand the principles upon which the practice of Hahnemannian Homeopathy is based...
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|Seen in its larger aspects sickness is an irregular or disorderly conversion of vital energy. We classify the coarser effects into forms, which are named diseases; but its finer and subtler activities, those by which likes call to likes for aid, are not so easily formulated...
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|"The physician is a preserver of health if he knows the things that disturb it, that cause and sustain illness, and if he knows how to remove them from healthy people"...
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|Hahnemann believed that Homeopathy was a complete system of medicine and was destined to replace conventional medicine entirely. A few modern Homeopaths would still adopt this extreme position today, but most - and certainly almost all medically qualified Homeopaths - recognise that there are many illnesses that demand orthodox treatment...
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|The Law of Similars - It is also called the Law of Cure. This law demonstrates that the selected remedy is able to produce a range of symptoms in a healthy person similar to that observed in the patient, thus leading to the principle of Similia Similibus Curentur i.e. let likes be treated by likes...
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