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What is Homeopathic Medicine? Homeopathic medicine, or homeopathy, was first developed by Dr. Samuel Christian Hahnemann, a German physician who lived in the 19th century. This new system of medicine was founded on three principles:
The Law of Similars
A disease can be cured by a medicine that causes similar symptoms to the ones the patient is already portraying. In order to prescribe homeopathic medication, there must be an appropriate evaluation process to determine all of the patient's symptoms. Following the evaluation, the homeopathic physician will prescribe the medication that is the best match to the symptoms displayed by the patient.
The Principle of the Single Remedy
One medicine should treat all of the patient's symptoms from the mental and physical to even the emotional.
The Principle of the Minimum Dose
This principle is split into two important parts. First, the homeopathic doctor only prescribes a limited dosage in order to observe the effects of the homeopathic medicine in the patient. Secondly, each dose itself must be very small.