How Freud’s arsenicum pathology was instrumental in his founding of psychoanalysis – Vangelis Zafeiriou

Dr. Vangelis Zafiriou – Psychiatrist-Neurologist Senior Consultant to the Athenian Centre of Homeopathic Medicine The article was written in 1994-1995, published in 1995 in the journal European Journal of Classical Homeopathy. (International Academy of Classical Homeopathy) To what extent does our pathology shape our destiny – or even our genius?…

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James Compton Burnett

James Compton Burnett 1840 – 1901 Since 1872 was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. James Compton Burnett worked at the London Homeopathic Hospital and in private practice, and he succeeded Edward Barton Shuldham as Editor of The Homeopathic World, James Compton Burnett was the homeopathic physician of Lewis Carroll, James Compton Burnett’s first wife Agnes was the daughter…

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Once again about small doses – Elena Burlakova

The questions of the author are answered by E. BURLAKOVA, doctor of biological sciences, professor, laureate of the State Prize, deputy director of the Institute of Biochemical Physics. NM Emanuel RAS, head of the laboratory.   – Elena Borisovna, is it possible to consider, what in the world academic science…

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Health by the pea – Irina Kuzmina

People perceive homeopathy differently. Some are delighted with it, others, to put it mildly, treat her with skeptic negligence. However, often both groups of people healing from a homeopathic doctor. And what is it really? About this columnist “RG” talks with the chief physician of the Clinic of classical homeopathy…

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A.H. Grimmer (1874-1967)

Arthur Hill Grimmer was born on August 29, 1874 in California. He grew up and was raised in a large, commoner American family that was treated with homeopathy. His father had a small homemade set of homeopathic medicines. So, from an early age, the boy was familiar with homeopathic remedies.…

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Biography of Dr. Piere Schmidt

Dr. Piere Schmidt (1894-1987) was introduced to the results of homeopathic treatment during the 1918 flu epidemic while living in London. There he met both J. H. Clarke and John Weir. In 1922, he came to the United States and began his studies with Alonzo Austin and Frederica Gladwin, who…

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Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg

“A homeopathic physician must learn what are the “good symptoms” and the “guiding symptoms”. This takes study and practice. I think you get better with age!” – Jost Kunzli Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg 1915 – 1992 was a Swiss orthodox physician and gynecologist, who converted to homeopathy, as his father…

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