Frederica E Gladwin – Pioneering women homeopaths.

– S. Nielsen,  Frederica was born in 1856 in rural Connecticut. She initially trained to be a teacher and taught high-school in Chester, Pennsylvania for many years. She came across homeopathy and studied medicine, graduating from the University of Missouri. She continued her studies under Kent and was one of his greatest followers. She helped him…

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When saturn and mercury collide – Working together in the best interests of the patient

– By nick nossaman md, dht and miranda castro fshom, rshom (na), cch  This presentation was given at the NCH Annual Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona in 1996-the 200th Anniversary of homeopathy! Samuel Hahnemann first coined the word homeopathy in 1796. The cosmos – a macrocosm  Slides of individual planets in the background, to the accompaniment…

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Medicine and the threefold social organism

– Medicine and the threefold social organism (R. Stewart) Human physical life is trifoldly organized into nerve/sense system, rhythmical/circulatory system and metabolic/limb system. Health is the harmonious working-together of these quite different (physiological and morphological) functions within the body. 1 Disease, on the other hand, is the loss of a cohesive independence of these three…

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Classical homeopathy and The wait and watch method

– Dosage and potency according to the organon (D. Little) Classical homeopathy  Homeopathy, as commonly practiced, was first established by Samuel Hahnemann in the late 1820’s. These were watershed years for our healing art as they represent the beginning of the most productive years of Hahnemann’s career. The year 1828 brought the publication the 1st edition…

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