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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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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 56

1921
...(especially chronic) disease wish to cure that medicine which is able to produce another ' 5°4 [August, very similar artificial disease, and the former will be cured; similia similibus.'' Here is an epigrammatic statement of one of the great fundamental facts of science. It is the foundation...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy

1913
...presented his views upon the throe modes of drug action, and declared in favor of "employing in the disease we wish to cure that medicine which is able to produce another very similiar artificial disease, similia similibus. " The foundation upon which all of Hahnemann's work...
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A Compend of the Principles of Homeopathy

William Boericke - 1971 - 160 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...chronic 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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Science and Ethics in American Medicine, 1800-1914

Harris L. Coulter - 1982 - 552 pages
...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.'^ However, he did not attempt to give a more precise explanation of the phenomenon of cure through similars,...
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Homeopathy: From Alchemy to Medicine

Elizabeth Danciger - 1989 - 118 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...disease, and the former will be cured; similia similibus. 6 We only require to know, on the one hand, the diseases of the human frame accurately in their essential...
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Homeopathic Correspondence Course: Advanced Level

Noel Puddephatt - 1996 - 92 pages
...of disease, and 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 another, and employ in diseases we wish to CUIK that medicine which is able to produce another very similar artificial disease,...
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Divided Legacy: A History of the Schism in Medical Thought

Harris L. Coulter - 2001 - 816 pages
...more powerful the medicine, the more peculiar, marked, and violent the disease. We should imitate the nature which sometimes cures a chronic disease by...disease, and the former will be cured: similia similibus. l 7 8 This principle, which he called the "law of similars," was thenceforth the foundation of homoeopathic...
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Life & Letters of Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 2003 - 521 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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A Compend of the Principles of Homoeopathy: As Taught by Hahnemann and ...

William Boericke - 2003 - 129 pages
...should imitate nature, which sometimes cures a chronic disease by superadding another and employ in the disease we wish to cure that medicine which is able...similar artificial disease, and the former will be cured-Similia Similibus." This was six years after his first experiments with Cinchona bark, which...
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Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Homoeopathy

R. E. Dudgeon - 2003 - 565 pages
...and employ in the disease we wish to cure (especially if it be a chronic one) that medicine whicli is able to produce another very similar artificial disease, and the former will be cured —»imilia similibus." No further explanation of the modus operandi is given in this essay, except...
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