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Fantastic Paper!!!

Fantastic Paper!!!

You can not let this paper cross your life without reading it. It is pure science, proving that homeopathy really work, and more, it works with a so strong power that is impressive!! Clink in the link bellow: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1043466617301941

HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context II

HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context II

Hahnemann read a lot about therapies from various countries and advocated many progressive and human treatments. Like Hippocrates, Hahnemann was one of the first doctors to announce the importance of improving the poor hygiene of homes and public places and insisted on the importance of a good diet, fresh and pure air, clean food andRead more about HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context II[…]

HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context I

HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context I

The goal of homeopathic therapy is to promote and guide the innate self-healing reaction of the body. Remedies are not given to eliminate the cause of a disease or to beat a particular pathological agent. It is not the medicine itself that cures the disease, but the reaction of the body’s healing mechanisms to theRead more about HOMEOPATHY – insertion in a historical context I[…]

Paracelsus

Paracelsus

Paracelsus, pseudonym of Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, was born in Einsiedeln, December 17, 1493, and died in Salzburg, September 24, 1541. He was a Swiss-German doctor, alchemist, physicist, astrologer, and occultist. He is also credited with creating the name of the element zinc, calling it zincum. Endowed with a questioning, iconoclastic and revolutionaryRead more about Paracelsus[…]

The touch of the History 2

The touch of the History 2

Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann 1755-1843 Failing to save the life of a friend, he abandoned the medical practice, because he considered that the doctor’s mission was to heal and not to rush to death. He was very knowledgeable, a scholar, an observer, and a polyglot. It is said that he knew Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic,Read more about The touch of the History 2[…]

The touch of the history 1

The touch of the history 1

Throughout the journey, very interesting historical facts, closely linked to the history of science, opened in my eyes. GENIUS EPIDEMICUS -Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann 1755-1843 1799 – 3 years after the “Birth” of homeopathy – Samuel Hahnemann gained fame throughout Europe for the exceptional success in treating a Scarlet Fever Epidemic in Germany with theRead more about The touch of the history 1[…]

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