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Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann

was born on April 10, 1755 in Meissen, Saxony, the son of a porcelain painter. At the age of 20, he took up the study of medicine, qualifying in 1779 in Erlangen. Deeply dissatisfied with the medicine of his time, he began to search for alternative healing methods.

In 1790 while experimenting on himself with cinchona, Hahnemann discovered the “law of similars,” the method of action of homeopathic remedies: the remedy heals precisely those symptoms that it can generate when taken by healthy persons. This was the birth of homeopathy. Later on, he discovered the potentization of remedies, which is the form in which well-chosen homeopathic remedies can have their best effect. In 1810, the first edition of his “Organon“ appeared, containing Hahnemann's statement of the principles of his new method of healing.

He vehemently defended his new method, which brought him many enemies in the conventional medical profession.

He emigrated in 1835 to Paris, where he led a large practice with his second wife, dying there in 1843.

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Materia Medica Pura

2 Volumes
1444 pages, product no. 00035

The Hahnemannian Consultation Blank

48 pages, pb, product no. 00631

Materia Medica - 3 Vol

hb, product no. 01039

The Chronic Diseases

Theoretical Part
270 pages, hb, product no. 05122

Organon of Medicine

First corrected, Re-Translated & Redacted Edition
478 pages, product no. 06213


65 pages, product no. 11985

Organon de l'art rationnel de guérir

Édition bilingue français-allemand par Olivier Rabanes
558 pages, pb, product no. 09779

Organon de l'Art de Guérir

5ème édition
374 pages, pb, product no. 18873

Les maladies chroniques

Partie théorique
320 pages, pb, product no. 18874

Organon de l'Art de guérir - 6e édition

Traduction : Sylvie Gende
356 pages, hb, product no. 19916