“Chinchona bark was to Hahnemann what the falling apple was to Newton and the swinging lamp to Galileo” [ref]
~B.K. Sarkar (1963)
Greetings to medical and health professionals, scientific community, patients and to the general public spread across 7 continents – a wonderful “World Homeopathy Day” on 10th April 2015 on account of the founder and father of Homeopathy Dr. Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann’s 260th birthday (born 1755, Germany). Every year 10th April is celebrated all over the world as ‘World Homeopathy Day as a tribute to Hahnemann. This year medical doctors and patients of over 42 countries are joining together on 10th April for celebrations.
The week following the birthdate of Hahnemann i.e. 10th April is celebrated as World Homeopathy Awareness Week
On Dr. Hahnemann’s 80th Birthday i.e. 10th April 1835, Dr. Hering founded the World’s First homeopathic medical college, “The North American Academy of Homeopathic Healing Art”, Allentown, USA
A short biography of Samuel Hahnemann http://hpathy.com/biographies/samuel-hahnemann/
A textbook on biography: “Samuel Hahnemann: The Founder of Homeopathy” by Robert Jutte 2005 FULL TEXT
Historical Sketch of the monument erected in Washington in honour of Dr. Hahnemann, the only physician to be honoured with a statue in Washington http://www.homeoint.org/books4/washington/index.htm
The first woman to practice medicine in France was a homeopath. And she was none other than Melanie d’Hervilly-Gohier, the wife of Hahnemann. She was granted legal license to practice medicine in 1872 [ ref ]. She was followed by Madeleine Brès who was awarded M.D. in 1875.
Download 40 books on homeopathy by 8 stalwarts including Hahnemanns’.
Research papers on Epidemic Diseases
8 Research Papers on epidemic diseases in 5 journals published by Samuel Hahnemann
Hahnemann and Paracelsus – a Heavenly Dialogue
Letter to Dr. Hahnemann
A poem on Hahnemann by Dr. Kavitha Kukunoor
Professors Meyer-Steinheg of Jena and Sudhoff of Leipzig, two of the world’s greatest medical historians, assert that the influence of Hahnemann was, on the whole, certainly for good. He emphasized the individualization of the patient in the handling of disease…..and he demonstrated the value of testing the actual virtues of drugs by trial.
Ref: The Medical Follies, Morris Fishbein, executive director of the American Medical Association, pp. 37, Boni & Liveright, New York, 1925
This is what James Tyler Kent has to say on Hahnemann http://www.homeopathyworldcommunity.com/forum/topics/birthday-of-hahnemann
Status of Homeopathy Around the World
25 FAQ&A on Homeopathy
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