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" Homoeopathists, and when they describe a cure we can repeat it, as they and we operate with the same tools. In one word, we would do well to go forward uninterruptedly in the beaten path. Then our enemies will not be able to reproach us with having nothing... "
The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann - Page 763
by Samuel Hahnemann - 1852 - 784 pages
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 5

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, John Rutherfurd Russell - 1847
...and dynamised up to X, we have a uniform mode of procedure in the treatment of all Homoeopathists, and when they describe a cure we can repeat it, as...will not be able to reproach us with having nothing fixed—no normal standard. In recent scabies (for the internal psora, developed into chronic diseases...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL

J. J. DRYSDALE - 1848
...and dynamized up to 30, we have a uniform mode of procedure in the treatment of all HomceopathUts, and when they describe a cure we can repeat it, as they and we operate with the same tools." — (Brit. Journal of Homoeopathy, vol.5, p. 398). It was not long however, before it was found that...
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The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann, Erastus Edgerton Marcy - 1852 - 784 pages
...dynamized up to X [30th dil.], we have a uniform mode of procedure in treatment of all homoeopathists, and when they describe a cure, we can repeat it, as...with having nothing fixed — no normal standard." In 1 838 he speaks more favourably of the higher attenuations, such as the 60th, 1 50th, and 300th dilutions...
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Homœopathy, its tenets and tendencies

Sir James Young Simpson - 1853 - 292 pages
...homoeopathy, where nothing truly is fixed ; for if the 30th dilution were used by all, " then," says he, " our enemies will not be able to reproach us with having NOTHING FIXED — no normal standard." — Lesser Writings, p. 859. 2 At a discussion on Psora or Itch at the Hahnemann Medical Society in...
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Homoeopathy: Its Tenets and Tendencies, Theoretical, Theological, and ...

Sir James Young Simpson - 1853 - 292 pages
...homoeopathy, where nothing truly is fixed ; for if the 30th dilution were used by all, " then," says he, " our enemies will not be able to reproach us with having NOTHING FIXED—no normal standard."—Lesser Writings, p. 859. 2 At a discussion on Psora or Itch at the Hahnemann...
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Lectures on the theory and practice of homœopathy

Robert Ellis Dudgeon - 1854
...uniform mode of procedure in the treatment of all homoeopathists, and when • Org., p. 289, note. they describe a cure we can repeat it, as they and we operate with the same tools. . . . Thus our enemies will not be able to reproach us with having no fixed normal standard." In the...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 2

1867
...down as a rule that all Homoeopathic remedies be attenuated and dynamized up to thirtieth dilution, we have a uniform mode of procedure in treatment of...us with having nothing fixed, no normal standard." — But. Jour. Hom., vol. v., p. 398. Dr. JAMES thought we should investigate disease more ; not diseases...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 2

1867
...down as a rule that all Homoeopathic remedies be attenuated and dynamized up to thirtieth dilution, we have a uniform mode of procedure in treatment of...go forward uninterruptedly in the beaten path. Then Medical Societies. 473 our enemies will not be able to reproach us with baving nothing fixed, no normal...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of ..., Volume 36

American Institute of Homeopathy - 1883
...(x, or twelfth trituration), we have a uniform mode of procedure in treatment of all homoeopathists ; and when they describe a cure we can repeat it, as they and we operate with the same tools." Why did Hahnemann find it necessary thus to make a special statute in his new law ? Simply because...
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On the Present State of Therapeutics: With Some Suggestions for Placing it ...

James Rogers - 1870 - 232 pages
...dynamized up to 30°, we have a uniform mode of procedure in the treatment of all homoeopathists ; and when they describe a cure, we can repeat it, as they and we operate with the same tools.' The former part of 6 the quotation contains no reason ; and the remark which he makes in the latter...
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