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What Is Homeopathy?

The term homeopathy was coined by the Saxon physician Samuel Hahnemann (1755–1843) and first published in 1796. Homeopathy is a system of medicine that is based on the Law of Similars. The truth of this law has been verified experimentally and clinically for the last 200 years.

Homeopathy is derived from the Greek words hómoios (similar). It is a system of alternative medicine that treats like with like, using remedies that it is claimed would, in healthy individuals, produce similar symptoms to those it would treat in an ill patient.

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