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" Every powerful medicinal substance produces in the h uman body a kind of peculiar disease ; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked, and violent the disease.^ We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a chronic disease by superadding... "
The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann - Page 265
by Samuel Hahnemann - 1852 - 784 pages
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Pamphlets - homoeopathic: Hahnemann

Carrie B. Banning, Anna Cora Ogden Mowatt Ritchie, William Boericke, Theodor Cohn, Richard Haehl, Amos Gerald Hull, New York Homoeopathic Materia Medica Society, Vincent Léon Simon, Kurt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel - 1850
...kind of disease the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...disease by superadding another, and employ in the disease we wish to cure that medicine which is able to produce another very similar artificial disease,...
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Truths and Their Reception, Considered in Relation to the Doctrine of ...

British Homoeopathic Association, London - 1849 - 251 pages
...peculiar disease ; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked, and violent the disease.^ We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essen* In this Essay my chief object is to discover a permanently acting specific...
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Quarterly Homeopathic Journal, Volume 2

1850
...peculiar disease ; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked, and violent the disease.^ We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential characteristics, and their accidental complications ; and, on the other...
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The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann, Erastus Edgerton Marcy - 1852 - 784 pages
...violent the disease.'1 We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a chronic disease by supcradding another, and employ in. the (especially chronic) disease...know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential characteristics, and their accidental complications ; and on the other...
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Homœopathy in 1851, ed. by J.R. Russell

Homoeopathy - 1852
...medicinal substance has, by itself in this and that dose, developed in the healthy human body." Again. " We only require to know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential characteristics, and their accidental complications; and, on the other...
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Lectures on the theory and practice of homœopathy

Robert Ellis Dudgeon - 1854
...in this essay, I say, we find the following rule laid down for the choice of the remedy : " We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...disease by .superadding another, and employ in the disease we wish to cure (especially if it be a chronic one) that medicine which is able to produce...
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Pamphlets - Homoeopathic, Volume 5

1865
...of peculiar disease ; the more powerful the drug, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...artificial disease, and the former will be cured, similia similibiw." The entire essay occupies nearly fifty pages of the journal, and its author cites authority...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 29

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell - 1871
...essay testifying BO remarkably to his learning, and his genius, the following passage occurs : " We only require to know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential characteristics and their accidental complications, and, on the other...
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The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society, Volume 6

British Homoeopathic Society - 1873
...essay testifying so remarkably to his learning, and his genius, the following passage occurs : " We only require to know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential characteristics and their accidental complications, and, on the other...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 9

1874
...disease ! We should imitate nature . . . and employ in the disease we wish to cure, that iiudicine which is able to produce another very similar artificial disease, and the formerwill be cured : ' Similia similibus ' " [' The Key" etc, of Dr. Kurness.] We only require...
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