The History of Homeopathy
The therapeutic principle of the Law of the like was formulated for the first time in classical antiquity, by the father of medicine, Hippocrates, who led the basic principles of homeopathy.
Homeopathy Medicine was revived and founded in 1796, when the German professor of medicine Samuel Hannemann, based on the therapeutic principle of the like, systematized and organized Homeopathy in medical science for the first time.
Homeopathy medicine is a natural method of treatment, which aims to strengthen the body’s defenses, in order to restore, as much as possible, its mental and physical balance. Homeopathy is addressed to every suffering organism, of every age (from newborns to old people), regardless the disease.
The field where Homeopathy seems to strive and is unique in its effects, is for chronic diseases. Homeopathy treats the patient as a unique organism that has been disrupted as a whole (in a holistic way).
Homeopathic remedies (Galenic remedies) are harmless with no side effects and therefore are given to infants, children and the elderly. Throughout the two hunded year of history of Homeopathy no remedy has been withdrawn due to side effects.