Dec 8, 2015
Homeopathy was founded in the late 1700’s by a medical doctor
named Samuel Hahnemann. Disappointed in medicine at the time, he
gave up his practice and became a medical translator. He was fluent
in 7 languages.
In his studies as translator, he became curious about a certain a South American bark, Chincona (from which quinine was later made) that could cure malaria but also caused the same symptoms when taken in quantity by a healthy person. He then took an extract from the bark and experimented on himself...taking successive doses of the medicine until he developed symptoms – (chills, weakness, and sweats - similar to malaria). From this discovery and further experiments, he discovered the ‘Law of Similars’.
Focus on your food being your fuel.
Paracelsus the Greek philosopher
Dr. Samuel Christian Frederic Hahnemann, M.D. (1755-1843)
In the Defense of Homeopathy
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