The body and mind are constantly evolving and in a state of change… and as long,
Neither system is better and one may be more relevant at some specific times and under some circumstances and of course depending on the patient. An expert practitioner, either conventional
At this time, the healing powers of herbs and plants were probably seen as a mix of two conflicting philosophies. One was the belief that the plants had the ability to eradicate specific disease
Hippocrates had laid down two key principles of homeopathy: first, that the sick patient
After his death, and in opposition to the Hippocratic school, came the Cnidians who believed
Paracelsus (1493 – 1541) became one of the most influential medical teachers of his time.
Paracelsus set up medical principles and one of his key-principles, still quoted and used today,
However, they also sought to apply a more rigorous and scientific approach to the principles
Samuel Hahnemann (1755 – 1843) is considered the founding father of homeopathy.