Lecture: Homeopathy an introduction focusing on unmet fertility during the international week of homeopathy found in the practice of classical homeopathy, Inge B. Fischle in Frankfurt-Rodelheim an information event on the subject “Introduction to homeopathy with a focus on unmet fertility” instead. Unmet fertility is first entered on homeopathy in General, and then click the topic of the international week of homeopathy in 2012. The focus on female infertility focuses mainly on a study from the year 1995 and the discoverer of homeopathy is a pilot study to male infertility by 1998 Samuel Hahnemann. About 200 years ago, he realized that you can cure sick people with these symptoms with agents that cause certain symptoms in healthy – the so-called principle of similarity was thus born and is the basis of classical homeopathy. Similia Similibus curantur”, like cured by similar”. So he called his new healing method homeopathy.
“The term comes from the Greek homoion” (German = similar to) and pathos “(German = suffering). Similar to be cured with similar”. In the course of time, he tried out more and more substances. To test also toxins, he diluted them. There he came across the idea to dilute them not only extreme but also to try to shake them. Exponentiation, he called this process”and noted: the so prepared funds were more effective than the original substance. So was another reason thought of homeopathy: the exponentiation so dilute and reverse shake.
These are the basics of Classical Homeopathy: the similarity principle it is a remedy given in the smallest dose that will effect the a drug test found in addition, that the man is considered as a whole, never a single symptom or a separate area of the body. From the outset, homeopathy is a holistic treatment approach. You is fundamentally different from conventional medicine. Rather than eliminate symptoms or pathogens with drugs to combat the homeopathy relies on the self-healing powers of the organism.