by Samuel Hahnemann (1796) As sources for ascertaining the medicinal virtues of drugs were so soon exhausted, the systematizer of the materia medica bethought himself of others, which he deemed of a more certain character.
by Alex Gellman: Homeopathy is an incredible system that has the ability to heal and help all who call upon it. While deciding on my path there was a great debate whether to go the Naturopathic College or Homeopathic College.
Samuel Hahnemann was a German physician. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1779. At that time, scientific advances were beginning to be seen in the fields of chemistry, physics, physiology and anatomy. The clinical practice of medicine, however, was filled with superstition and lack of scientific protocol.
The introduction to Materia Medica Pura by Samuel Hahnemann.
Homeopathy is based on a natural phenomenon of healing which is now commonly referred to as “like cures like.” Classical healers have known this basic principle of “like cures like” throughout history.
Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician who was frustrated with the ‘heroic’ medicine of his time, invented homeopathy about 200 years ago.
The ‘father’ of homeopathy was a German physician called Samuel Hahnemann. He was born in 1755 in Dresden, a small town in Germany, and from an early age demonstrated remarkable abilities.
Samuel Hahnemann was born Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann in Saxony Germany in 1755. He was a medical doctor and through observation and after having practiced orthodox medicine Hahnemann’s concluded that the medicine of his time did about as much harm as it did good.
Because of his beliefs, Gandhi began a fast to support the untouchables although he may not be considered a liberator of the community and later he lost their support.
At the end of the 1930’s it appeared that Gandhi was a spent leader but this was far from the truth. World War II is when India won its freedom.