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- adjective Of or relating to Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755–1843),
German physician, or the alternative medicineof homeopathythat he founded.
- noun A supporter of Hahnemann's theories regarding
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The true Hahnemannian homeopath, who believes in his remedies as in his God, will concentrate his intellectual and spiritual forces on a certain remedy in order to accomplish certain well-defined results.
And as the chief business of the Hahnemannian school of medicine was to dilute the dose of the Allopaths, and the Christian
Homeopathy modified the dose of all the Allopaths; and Christian Science has attenuated the Hahnemannian theory of attenuations, it having been found that the blank tablet often cures quite as effectively as the one that is medicated.
Kacherippady, 4 p.m. Hahnemannian Study Circle: Seminar on 'How to give results in severe pathological diseases & acute emergencies', Kerala Fine Arts Hall, 9 a.m. The Syro-Malabar Major Archiepiscopal curia:
Kacherippady, 4 p.m. Hahnemannian Study Circle: Seminar on 'How to give results in severe pathological diseases
Classical homeopathy "or" Hahnemannian homeopathy "refers to the original principles of this medical system in which a single remedy is chosen according to the physical, emotional, and mental symptoms that the sick individual is experiencing rather than only the diagnosis of a disease."
Bernard A.M. "Study of the action of Hahnemannian dilutions of mercury chloride on the mitotic index in animal cell cultures.".