Hahnemann–Samuel Christian Friedrich
Hahnemann–Samuel Christian FriedrichA German physician (1755–1843) who founded homeopathy, and whose work, Organon der rationellen Heilkunde (Principles of Rational Medicine), delineated its key principles:
• Like cures like—Law of similars;
• The more diluted the remedy, the greater its action—Law of the infinitesimal dose;
• Disease is specific to an individual.
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