2 edition of History of homoeopathy found in the catalog.
by published for the British Homoeopathic Society by E. Gould & Son in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Wilhelm Ameke. Tr. by Alfred E. Drysdale; ed. by R. E. Dudgeon|
|Contributions||Drysdale, Alfred E., Dudgeon, R. E. (Robert Ellis), 1820-1904, ed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 445 p.|
|Number of Pages||445|
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While it can scarcely compare in antiquity with Chinese or Indian medicine, homeopathy is the longest established CAM to have arisen in Europe. It was founded by Samuel Hahnemann (), who grew up in Meissen in Germany, received his medical degree in Cited by: History of Homoeopathy.
Worthy of note is furthermore his great diligence land his gigantic working power which permitted him to remain at his writing desk the greatest part of the night, or by the side of a retort. Only in such a manner can the number of books and his studies be understood, besides his later ever-growing practice with its great exchange of : Rudolf Tischner.
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History of Pharmacy in pictures for medical Profession – George A. Bender Clinical Observations of Children’s Remedies – Second Fully Revised Edition Dr. Farokh J. Master M.D. (Hom.) Twelve tissue remedies of Schuessler – William Boericke. The history of homeopathy began really when he published his ideas about it, starting in Later he lectured at the university of Leipzig.
His students helped him discover and prove remedies. Hahnemann trained a number of doctors who spread the word gradually across the world.
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There is a story told about Joseph Pulte, one of the earliest homeopaths in Cincinnati. When he began his practice, many people were so angered by a homeopath being in town that they pelted his house with eggs. He was becoming discouraged enough to think of leaving.
His wife said, “Joseph, do you believe in the truth of homeopathy?”.InWilliam Boericke's uncle, Francis Edmund Boericke (–), and Rudolph Leonhard Tafel (–) founded a bookstore specializing in Swedenborgian literature, at 24 South 5th in Philadelphia.
Upon the suggestion of Constantine Hering, they began to manufacture and sell homeopathic remedies.