Organon of Medicine

Organon of Medicine

Homeopathy
The first book on homeopathy, written by Samuel Hahnemann (1755–1843), the founder of homeopathy.
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He published basic philosophy of his great healing art in the Organon of Medicine, edition 1 to 5, during his lifetime from 1810 to 1833 A.D.
Every homeopath is following his own check-free path without adhering to guidelines of classy Organon of Medicine. George Vithoulkas in one of his lectures narrated a situation at a homeopathic clinic at Karachi by saying, "There was everything except homoeopathy." Please also keep in mind that wrong practice is not only useless but also posing grave dangers to the health of patients.
Some of them even don't know basic principles given by founder Heinemann through 291 aphoras of Organon of Medicine. The National Council of Homoeopathy may formulate a mechanism that skills of homeopaths may be judged by a panel of experts before awarding them permission to practice after taking the diploma.
Samuel Hahnemann, Aphorism 102, The Organon of Medicine
- Samuel Hahnemann, Organon of Medicine, Aphorism 3
Hahnemann's Organon of Medicine. Homeopathy Home [website].
Organon of Medicine: Aude Sapere - Dare to be Wise.
History and relevance of the 6th edition of the Organon of Medicine (1842).
Hahnemann's legacy in a new light: a systematic approach to the Organon of Medicine. Homeopathy.
In his Organon of Medicine, Hahnemann defined the underlying life force as that which enlivens the body.