Hahnemann’s Organon is undoubtedly the great text-book of the Homoeopathic School.

It would be just as futile to undertake to practise homoeopathy without having previously acquired a thorough and logical knowledge of the doctrines embodied in the Organon, as it would be to attempt to become a perfect mathematician without a knowledge of the theorem of Pythagoras, or an astronomer without being acquainted with the laws of Keppler.

Those who wish to acquire an accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the doctrines of the Homoeopathic School as taught by Hahnemann, have to seek this knowledge in the richly freighted pages of the Organon.