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Samuel Hahnemann

(1755—1843)


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(1755–1843)

A German physician considered to be the first person to formulate the laws and philosophy of homeopathy. He developed the philosophy of treating like with like (the law of similars), which is the foundation of modern homeopathy. He also postulated that by diluting remedies their medicinal properties were enhanced rather than diminished.

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