– Collected by will taylor, md. edited and annotated by amy l. lansky, phd, with the help of additional

information provided by lynn lammer, dr. anil singhal, bhms. steve waldstein, rshom n.v.  , and julian winston
 The following remedies are those most closely associated with the founder of Homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann. Each remedy was either proved by Hahnemann on himself or its proving was organized by him. At the very least, he was closely associated and involved with the proving in some way. There are a total of 123 remedies listed. The legend† below defines the numerical annotations associated with each remedy.
 Aconitum Napellus (acon.) [1,3]
 Agaricus Muscarius (agar.) [2]
 Agnus Castus (agn.) [4]
 Alumina (alum.) [2]
 Ambra Grisea (ambr.) [3]
 Ammonium Carbonicum (am-c.) [2]
 Ammonium Muriaticum (am-m.) [2]
 Anacardium Orientale (anac.) [2]
 Angustura Vera (ang.) [3]
 Antimonium Crudum (ant-c.) [2]
 Antimonium Tartaricum (ant-t.) [4]
 Argentum Metallicum (arg. or arg-met.) [3]
 Argentum Nitricum (arg-n.) [3]
 Arnica Montana (arn.) [1,3]
 Arsenicum Album (ars.) [2,3]
 Asarum (asar.) [3]
 Aurum Metallicum (aur.) [2,3]
 Aurum Muriaticum (aur-m.) [2]
 Baryta Acetica (bar-act.) [4]
 Baryta Carbonica (bar-c.) [2]
 Baryta Muriatica (bar-m.) [4]
 Belladonna (bell.) [1,3]
 Bismuthum Oxydatum (bism.) [3]
 Borax (bor.) [2]
 Bryonia Alba (bry.) [3]
 Calcarea Acetica (calc-acet.) [3]
 Calcarea Carbonica (calc.) [2]
 Camphora (camph.) [1,3]
 Cannabis Sativa (cann-s.) [3]
 Cantharis (canth.) Also called Cantharides. [1]
 Capsicum Annuum (caps.) [1,3]
 Carbo Animalis (carb-an.) [2,3]
 Carbo Vegetabilis (carb-v.) [2,3]
 Causticum (caust.) Also called Acris Tinctura. [1,2]
 Chamomilla (cham.) [1,3]
 Chelidonium Majus (chel.) [3]
 China Officinalis (chin.) [1,3]
 Cicuta Virosa (cic.) [3]
 Cina (cina) [3]
 Cinnabaris (cinnb.) [4]
 Clematis Erecta (clem.) [2]
 Cocculus Indicus (cocc.] [1,3]
 Coffea Cruda (coff.) [4]
 Colocynthis (coloc.) [2,3]
 Conium Maculatum (con.) [2,3]
 Copaiva Officinalis (cop.) Also called Copaifera Balsamum. [1]
 Cuprum Metallicum (cupr.) [2]
 Cuprum Sulphuricum (cupr-s.) Also called Cuprum Vitriolatum. [1]
 Cyclamen Europaeum (cycl.) [3]
 Digitalis Purpurea (dig.) [1,2,3]
 Drosera Rotundifolia (dros.) [1,3]
 Dulcamara (dulc.) [2,3]
 Euphorbium Officinarum (euph.) [2]
 Euphrasia Officinalis (euphr.) [3]
 Ferrum Metallicum (ferr.) [3]
 Graphites (graph.) [2]
 Guajacum or Guaiacum (guaj. or guai.) [2,3]
 Helleborus Niger (hell.) Also called Melampodium. [1,3]
 Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum (hep.) [2,3]
 Hyoscyamus Niger (hyos.) [1,3]
 Ignatia Amara (ign.) [1,3]
 Iodium (iod.) [2]
 Ipecacuanha (ip.) [1,3]
 Kalium Carbonicum (kali-c.) [2]
 Kalium Nitricum (kali-n.) Also called Nitrum. [2]
 Lamium Album (lam.) [4]
 Ledum Palustre (led.) [1,3]
 Lycopodium Clavatum (lyc.) [2]
 Magnesium Carbonica (mag-c.) [2]
 Magnesium Muriaticum (mag-m.) [2]
 Magnetis Poli Ambo (m-p-a. or m-ambo. or mag-p-a.) [3]
 Magnetis Polus Arcticus (m-arct.) [3]
 Magnetis Polus Australis (m-aust.) [3]
 Manganum Aceticum (mang.) [2]
 Menyanthes Trifoliata (meny.) [3]
 Mercurius Acetatus (merc-act.) [3]
 Mercurius Corrosivus (merc-c.) [3]
 Mercurius Dulcis (merc-d.) [3]
 Mercurius Praecipitatus Ruber (merc-pr-r.) [3]
 Mercurius Solubilis (merc.) [3]
 Mezereum (mez.) [1,2]
 Moschus (mosch.) [3]
 Muriaticum Acidum (mur-ac.) [2,3]
 Natrum Carbonicum (nat-c.) [2]
 Natrum Muriaticum (nat-m.) [2]
 Nitricum Acidum (nit-ac.) [2]
 Nux Vomica (nux-v.) [1,3]
 Oleander (olnd.) [3]
 Opium (op.) Also called Papaver Somniferum. [1,3]
 Paris Quadrifolia (par.) [4]
 Petroleum (petr.) [2]
 Phosphoricum Acidum (ph-ac.) [2,3]
 Phosphorus (phos.) [2]
 Platinum Metallicum (plat.) [2]
 Psorinum (psor.) [4]
 Pulsatilla (puls.) [1,3]
 Rheum (rheum) [1,3]
 Rhus Toxicodendrum (rhus-t.) [3]
 Ruta Graveolens (ruta) [3]
 Sabadilla (sabad.) [4]
 Sabina (sabin.) [4]
 Sambucus Nigra (samb.) [3]
 Sarsaparilla (sars.) [2,3]
 Sepia (sep.) [2]
 Silicea (sil.) [2]
 Spigelia Anthelmia (spig.) [3]
 Spongia Tosta (spong.) [3]
 Squilla Maritima (squil.) Also called Scilla. [3]
 Stannum Metallicum (stann.) [2,3]
 Staphisagria or Staphysagria (staph.) [3]
 Stramonium (stram.) [1,3]
 Sulphur (sulph.) [2,3]
 Sulphuricum Acidum (sul-ac.) [2]
 Taraxacum (tarax.) [3]
 Thuja Occidentalis (thuj.) [3]
 Uva Ursi (uva) [4]
 Valeriana Officinalis (valer.) [1]
 Veratrum Album (verat.) [1,3]
 Verbascum (verb.) [3]
 Viola Odorata (viol-o.) [4]
 Viola Tricolor (viol-t.) [4]
 Zincum Metallicum (zinc.) [2]
 Zincum Aceticum (zinc-act.) [4]
 1 One of the remedies proven by Hahnemann on himself early in his homeopathic career. Extracted by Will Taylor, MD from Hahnemann’s “Fragmenta de viribus medicamentorum positivis sive in sano corpore humano observatis,” published in 1805.
 2 From The Chronic Diseases.
 3 From Materia Medica Pura.
 4 Extracted from other sources.

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