Pathogenesis Homeopathic

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Constantine Hering (1800 – 1880)
A German Doctor. Considered the father of Homeopathy in the United States.  As a student, he was assigned to present a thesis against homeopathy but after studying this science in depth changed his opinion and became a strong supporter of homeopathy, as well as a Homeopathic Doctor.

  • pathogenesis homeopathic

    Method which allows the correct understanding of the pharmacodynamic power of each substance tested. Proposed by Hahnemann, it must be conducted with healthy individuals.

  • experiment of substances

    Method developed by Hahnemann for studying the medicinal action of substances, based on experiments of diluted and potentized substances taken by healthy individuals.

  • prover

    Individual presenting good psychic/physical health, who takes part of provings in order to find out the types of symptoms produced by substances prepared according to homeopathic pharmaco-techniques.

  • autoexperimentation

    Intentionally using oneself as a research subject.

  • idiosyncrasy

    State of abnormal sensitivity, of genotype nature, allowing clear symptom manifestations triggered by substances by which most individuals appear to be unaffected.

  • pathogenetic symptoms

    Symptoms observed after conducting experiments of substances in accordance with Homeopathic Pathogenesis Protocols or well-documented Clinical Cases.