Paris Hahnemann’s Cemetery tour: Travel Guide How to reach?
Mar11

Paris Hahnemann’s Cemetery tour: Travel Guide How to reach?

02 July 1843, Hahnemann on the death bed at 1 Rue de Milan, Paris Hahnemann died there at 5am on 2 July 1843 and Melanie kept his body there before burial until the 11th July. He was buried in the Cimetiere de Montmartre to the north of Paris in what is popularly called the ‘artist’s quarter’. He was buried in grave number 8 and in 1878 Melanie was buried in grave number 9. Hahnemann Grave No.8, Cimetiere de Montmartre,...

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HOMOEOPATHY IN INDIA J. N. HAZRA, M.D.
Mar08

HOMOEOPATHY IN INDIA J. N. HAZRA, M.D.

Human minds are preoccupied, and slaves to habits, time worn customs and usages; blind and deaf as we are, few of us care to improve, to let in new light, to remove our ignorance. We do not know enough to respond when knowledge knocks at our door. It is our nature to hold fast to our old principles. Creatures of circumstances, we sometimes stagger at the idea of change. Gallileo had to leave his country, Socrates was poisoned, and...

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Boericke Materia Medica Advt in American Journal
Mar06

Boericke Materia Medica Advt in American Journal

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Yoga: A way of life

Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian philosophy that combines exercise, breathing, diet, relaxation and meditation. It is a combination of physical and mental disciplines which make the body stronger and healthier and the mind calmer and more controlled, helping towards self-realisation. It emphasizes the relationship of body, mind and breath, the synchronisation of the breath and movement, the use of preparation, counter pose, sequences of...

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Three Ways of Utilising Drug Action

Why the allopathic section of the profession should be so wrathful with Hahnemann is not a little surprising. For not only did Hahnemann discover homœopathy, he discovered allopathy as well. Allopathy existed before his time, just as homœopathy did in a way, but it was unconscious of its own existence. The profession had been practising allopathy all its life – as M. Jourdain had been talking prose – without knowing it. It...

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