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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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Medical Century: The National Journal of Homœopathic Medicine ..., Volume 13

Charles Edmund Fisher - 1905
...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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Homoeopathy Explained

John Henry Clarke - 1905 - 212 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...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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The New International Encyclopaedia, Volume 10

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1906
...imitate nature, which sometimes cures n chronic dis.->nse by superadding another, and employ, in tin- disease we wish to cure, that medicine which is able...artificial disease, and the former will be cured, similitt similibux." He was brought to this conclusion through observing the toxic effects of drugs,...
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Organon of Medicine

Samuel Hahnemann - 1906 - 304 pages
...Hahnemann then thought that it was not a therapeutic rule of general application. His words are: cine which is able to produce another very similar artificial...and the former will be cured: similia similibus." and again (LW. p. 314): "In order to discover the true remedial powers of a medicine for chronic diseases,...
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The New International Encyclopæeia, Volume 10

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1909
...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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The Medical Counselor, Volume 15

1896
...peculiar disease; the more powerful the medicine the more peculiar. marked, and violent the disease. We should imitate nature which sometimes cures a chronic...similar artificial disease and the former will be cured; similiii sinulfOne hundred years have now passed since Hahnemann thus published his new discovery in...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 51

1916
...peculiar disease; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. " We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...and the former will be cured; similia similibus." This essay of 55 pages gives some evidence of the work Hahnemann had been doing during the six years...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 14

1919
...peculiar disease ; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a...artificial disease, and the former will be cured; xlmilin similibtts? Hahnemann further explains his conception of a homoeopathic cure in his 'Organon,'...
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The Calcutta Journal of Medicine: A Monthly Record of ..., Volume 24, Issue 6

Amrita Lal Sircar - 1905
...Lesser Writings. The passage is the following : " We should, imitate nature, which sometimes cures chronic disease by superadding another, and employ in the (especially chronic) disease we wi.sh to ewe, that medicine which is able to produce another very similar artificial disease, and the former...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 56

1921
...peculiar disease; the more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked and violent the disease. We should imitate nature which sometimes cures a chronic...artificial disease, and the former will be cured; similia similibus.'5 Here is an epigrammatic statement of one of the great fundamental facts of science. It...
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