Samuel Hahnemann Day

The Samuel Hahnemann Monument located at Scott...
The Samuel Hahnemann Monument located at Scott Circle in Washington, D.C. 

April 10- Hahnemann Day.

These are the words of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, that always inspire us to give our best:

“Poetic fancy, fantastic wit and speculation must for a while be suspended, and all over-strained reasoning, forced interpretation and tendency to explain away things, must be suppressed. The duty of the observer is then only to take notice of the phenomena and their course; his attention should be on the the watch, not only that nothing actually present should escape his observation, but that also what he observes be understood exactly as it is.”

A Fragment from the Medical Observer, “Lesser Writings”- Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.

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  1. Greetings to medical and health professionals, scientific community, patients and to the general public spread across 7 continents – a wonderful “World Homeopathy Day” on 10th April on account of the founder and father of Homeopathy Dr. Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann’s birthday.

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