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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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History of Homoeopathy: Its Origin, Its Conflicts, with an Appendix on the ...

Wilhelm Ameke - 1885 - 445 pages
...kind of disease, the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...that medicine which is able to produce another very Different modes of Drug- Action. 107 similar artificial disease, and the former will be cured ; similia...
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History of Homoeopathy: Its Origin, Its Conflicts, with an Appendix on the ...

Wilhelm Ameke - 1885 - 445 pages
...kind of disease, the more powerful the med1cine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. similar artificial disease, and the former will be...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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History of Homoeopathy: Its Origin, Its Conflicts, with an Appendix on the ...

Wilhelm Ameke - 1885 - 445 pages
...?•/<>.<-«/ the i&sfjsf. similar artificial disease, and the former will be cured ; similia similibus. \Ye 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 British Homoeopathic Review, Volume 29

1885
...therapeutic records of previous centuries, and it culminated in the deduction that vre should employ in the disease we wish to cure, that medicine which is able to produce a very similar artificial disease. It was during this course of study, extending over several years,...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 81

1886
...appeared in Jfufeland's Journal in that year. The principle is laid down in the following words:—" We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...and the former will be cured ; similia similibus." Even Dr. Ameke admits that " Hahnemann here commits a great error—the greatest possible under the...
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Therapeutic Methods. An Outline of Principles Observed in the Art of Healing

Jabez Philander Dake - 1886 - 195 pages
...affections he would follow the " new principle " first suggested by his study of cinchona bark. He said, " We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...and the former will be cured (similia similibus)" Continuing his studies and experiments year after year, he found the principle so successfully followed...
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Proceedings of the fourth quinquennial session of the International ...

1891
...Principle for Ascertaining the Curative Powers of Drugs," in which he first declared that we should "employ in the (especially chronic) disease we wish...and the former will be cured, similia similibus." With the discovery of the law, Hahnemann recognized the necessity for the development of a new raateria...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of ..., Volume 44

American Institute of Homeopathy - 1891
...Principle for Ascertaining the Curative Powers of Drugs," in which he first declared that we should "employ in the (especially chronic) disease we wish...and the former will be cured, similia similibus." With the discovery of the law, Hahnemaun recognized the necessity for the development of a new materia...
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The Homoeopathic Recorder, Volume 8

1893
...peculiar disease; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature which sometimes cures a chronic...and the former will be cured; similia similibus." Hahnemann very carefully argues the question of the newlaw; he adduces many results of poisonings by...
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The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 1895 - 513 pages
...peculiar disease; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature which sometimes cures a chronic...and the former will be cured; similia similibus." Hahnemann very carefully argues the question of the new law; he adduces many results of poisonings...
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