The history of homeopathy

The therapeutic principle of the Law of the “like-cures-like” was formulated for the first time in classical antiquity, by the father of Medicine, Hippocrates, who laid down 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-cures-like, systematized and organized Homeopathy in medical science for the first time.

Today, the great teacher of Homeopathy, George Vythoulkas, an honorary professor at the University of the Aegean and the Academy of Classical Homeopathy, who in 1996 was awarded the Right Livelihood Award (known as the Alternative Nobel Prize), with his theory of levels in health, further developed and systematized the Homeopathic medical science.