“Who does this work, is thrice blest.” Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann was born on April 10th, 1755 in Meissen, Germany. He was a German medical doctor who became dissatisfied with the medical practice at the time. He refused to practice bloodletting and other common treatments and instead earned his living as a translator, using his skills in over a dozen languages. During his years doing medical translation work, he discovered the concept of the Law of Similars, which he named homeopathy in 1790. His seminal work, The Organon of the Medical Art, commonly known as the Organon, is used as a textbook in homeopathic colleges worldwide.
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