The Founder of Homeopathy Dr.Fedrich Samuel Hahnemann:
Hahnemann was very obstinate. He would not abide by little suggestion. In reality, this is the mindset of a valid scientist. The real researcher thinks whatever he observed with great effort is true. He believes that people must obey the fact whatsoever he has observed. When he comes across anything wrong with his observation he never, feel guilty of altering his opinion. This nature especially made him the founder of Homeopathy.
He always tries to learn from his own observation. However, he was reluctant to learn from the suggestions of somebody else. Such is the freedom a scientist must-have. In fact, born scientists will create themselves, such an environment of freedom to their thinking mind. For which they ready to sacrifice their life.
Hahnemann was a great linguistic, enthusiastic student, he has rationale exceptional mind. He is an experimenter. However, this is not adequate to find out an impartial system.
The natural principles framed by Hahnemann which are the backbone for Homeopathic treatment have had been from the Hippocrates’ time.
Why Hahnemann is enormous? How is turn into father of Homeopathy?
Hahnemann is a great chemist. He invented the process of Potentisation. This is a unique method of supervision of drug to a diseased individual. No one before Hahnemann had this kind of thought of administration of medicine. Really, he is immense.
However, his enormity is not only the development of Potentisation. He has great conviction over the minute dose that produces symptoms and cure disease. He has such faith over his observed piece of information.
If it were not the Hahnemann, nobody until the date would invent the ultra-low dose for the treatment of diseases. This substantiates that Hahnemann is an extraordinary researcher.
Another Invention that makes Hahnemann, the one and only real scientist is the discovery of Miasmatic effects. The suppression of symptoms of infectious diseases scuttle through generations, from parents to children is also an immense observation.