• Homeopathic Phylosophy

    Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann
    (Meissen, Saxony, 10th April, 1755 – Paris, 2nd July, 1843)
    German doctor, best known for creating the Medical System of Homeopathy.  The Principles of Homeopathy   were presented by Samuel Hahnemann in his masterpiece “The Organon of the Healing Art” (1810). Its contents basically refer to the fundamentals and theory of pure Homeopathy.  The book was reviewed by Hahnemann and published in six editions.

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  • Repertory

    Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen
    (Fleringen, Netherlands, 12th March,1785 – Münster, Germany,  26th January, 1864)
    Homeopathic Doctor, Lawyer, Agronomist and Botanist.
    Contracted tuberculosis which was subsequently aggravated by another untreatable pulmonary illness. After taking homeopathic treatment he gradually regained health and was finally cured. He then becomes adept to homeopathic practices and a homeopathy enthusiast, turning into one of the most outstanding homeopaths and a faithful follower of Hahnemann.

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  • Homeopathic Clinics

    Tomás Pablo Paschero (1904 - 1986)
    Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He refuses to carry on the family businesses and enrollsat the School of Medicine, becoming a doctor. After a period of time heengages in the practice of Homeopathic Medicine. Founder of the Homeopathic Medical Association of Argentina (1932); Medical Homeopathic School of Argentina (1972).

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  • Homeopathic Semiology

    Homeopathic Study of the Entire Being, according to observations made during pathogenesis experiments.

    James Tyler Kent (1849 – 1916)
    A doctor from the United States who significantly contributed to the practice of homeopathy. His works followed those of Samuel Hahnemann. 1868-Graduated at Madison University, Hamilton. 1870-Master degree at Medical College, Bellevue. 1877-Professor of Anatomy at the American College in St. Louis. With knowledge in homeopathy, he studied this science and began to practice Homeopathic Medicine.

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  • Homeopathic Therapeutics

    Eugene Beauharis Nash (1838 – 1917)
    Homeopathic Doctor graduated at the Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College  in 1874. Professor at the New York Medical College, also teacher at the London Homeopathic Hospital. In 1903 became President to the International Hahnemann Association (IHA).

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  • Homeopathic Pharmacy

    Margaret Lucy Tyler (1857-1943)
    Born in England, daughter of Henry Whatley Tyler, Director to the London Homeopathic Hospital. Living in Chicago from 1908 to 1913, graduated in medicine and learnt the homeopathic practices of Kent. Returning to England 1913 where she became a great contributor towards spreading Homeopathy Principles.

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  • Materia Medica

    Willian G. Boericke (1849-1929)
    Attended the Vienna Medical College and emigrated to the United States where became a graduate at the Philadelphia Medical College (1876) and at the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia (1880). A Homeopathic Doctor in San Francisco and also professor at the San Francisco Medical College. Editor and founder of the Californian Homeopath Magazine, and co-founder of the Medical College and the Hahnemann Homeopathic Hospital Pacific (1881).

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  • Pathogenesis Homeopathic

    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.

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