Hahnemann – 1784

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In 1784, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann was very dissatisfied with the harmfulness and inefficacy of medicine, he gave up medical practice entirely to devote himself to translation work on a full-time basis. In town of Dresden, he translated Demarchy’s “The Art of Manufacturing Chemical Products” from the French. Soon after he became highly regarded as a translator of scientific and medical texts from French and English for the Dresden Economical Society.

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  1. I’m very glad he did, the mans a genius. Some medicines are requied, e.g. in serious cases, but if not, why not give `like cures like` a try. There are no side effects, so you don’t have to worry about chemical interactions with other tablets.

  2. I’m very glad he did, the mans a genius. Some medicines are requied, e.g. in serious cases, but if not, why not give `like cures like` a try. There are no side effects, so you don’t have to worry about chemical interactions with other tablets.

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