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Translations of his main writings, personal contact among homoeopathic physicians and a cosmopolitan clientele played a major part in this expansion. By the s it had been translated into several other languages. It thus became known internationally which was quite unusual for a scientific publication at the time. The world history of homoeopathy can be divided into three phases: Europe was dominant up to the s. After that the homoeopaths in the USA became more active.

Since the s India and Latin America have gained increasing importance. At the same time homoeopathy is also experiencing a revival in Europe and the USA. In the 19th century the supporters of homoeopathy included noblemen, clergymen and intellectuals. Some of them regarded it as a welcome alternative to the materialism of orthodox medicine.

In Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon physicians tested the new healing method in clinical trials. After homoeopaths founded their own hospitals in Paris and Lyon. In polyclinics in Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux and Nantes more thanpatients were seen per year as early as which strongly contributed to the dissemination of homoeopathy.

From the s competing establishments also aimed at integrating homoeopathy into scientific medicine and the market.

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The fusion of several manufacturers in led to the foundation of the Boiron company which has become world leader for homoeopathic medicines. The French national health system acknowledged homoeopathy in and pays for medicines and treatment. French homoeopaths were also crucial in introducing the method in Brazil and, since the s, also in promoting the training of physicians.

In Great Britain there have been practising homoeopathic physicians since the s. The Royal family has sought homoeopathic treatment since the 19th century and advocates the approach publicly, thus securing for it a high reputation in society. The first hospital was founded in London in by the silk merchant William Leaf — Its competitor, the London Homoeopathic Hospital, which goes back to an initiative of the physician Frederick Quin — admitted its first patients in Also in the early s, the first successful clinical trials were carried out in Edinburgh and elsewhere.

By there were 12 polyclinics in the United Kingdom; by the number had grown to The majority of homoeopaths preferred low potencies which can be seen as a rapprochement to orthodox medicine.

The decline of homoeopathy first became tangible in the s. Giving preference to high potencies was to underline the distinctiveness of homoeopathy. Clarke — promoted the reception of the work of James Tyler Kent — who, among other things, emphasized the metaphysical aspects of homoeopathy. Clarke trained many lay practitioners, among them Noel G. Puddephatt — who was the teacher of the now famous George Vithoulkas born Since it has been acknowledged as a medical specialization and the NHS has been paying for homoeopathic treatment.


This circumstance has permitted systematic research into homoeopathy in several NHS out-patient units since the s. Due to training and the English language the influence of British homoeopaths has remained strong — above all in India, Japan and the USA. Its position in Scandinavia is relatively weak in comparison.

In some Central European countries such as Hungary and Poland, as well as in Russia and Ukraine, it is presently experiencing a renaissance. The Habsburg Military promoted homoeopathic research in occupied Italy with first clinical trials being carried out in Naples in the s.

As a result the Organon was translated into Italian. Especially in the s Austria organized many courses in Central and Eastern Europe. Two university chairs were appointed in Pest in and At the time they were leweprobe in Europe. The Hungarian example was also discussed in Germany. Where there had been a number of hospitals before, only one homoeopathic ward was left in the s, at the Elisabeth Hospital in Budapest under the direction of Gustav Schimert — In Russia, German physicians e.

Schweikert junior and senior brought homoeopathy to the attention of the Tsar and the aristocracy. This clientele made sure that there were homoeopathic physicians in the army and the navy, later also with the state railways and in hospitals.

Despite the restrictions imposed by the Soviet Union, some clinical trials were permitted in the s. Polyclinics flourished in Moscow leseprobbe other metropolises. Some leading party members were treated homoeopathically. In the s homoeopathy was more openly tolerated and, init gained bttlich recognition in Russia and the Ukraine.

The Swiss homoeopaths were crucial verammt all of Europe in the gttoich century. The Genevan physician Pierre Schmidt — studied classical homoeopathy in the USA and made it known especially in the francophone countries and Italy from the s onwards.

Rudolf Flury — rediscovered the LM potencies already in and was the first homoeopath to produce them again since Hahnemann. The European leweprobe physicians joined forces in by founding the European Committee for Homoeopathy ECH to represent their interests in Brussels: In the manufacturers of homoeopathic and anthroposophic medicines united under the name ECHAMP European Coalition on Homoeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products to secure easier access to these medicines on a European level.

It was mostly due to immigrants that homoeopathy became known in the USA in the s. Soon it presented a serious competition for orthodox medicine. American homoeopaths were particularly successful in the field of training. By there were five colleges; big clinics were added later on.

In the USA gttkich clinical trials were carried out. The strongly scientific orientation led to a loss of identity for homoeopathy and to its marginalization verdsmmt the turn of the century. James Tyler Kent — worked against this trend by emphasizing the distinctiveness of homoeopathy. He preferred strongly diluted medicines and, inhe created a repertory which is still in worldwide use today. It was still translated leseprpbe Spanish in Since the s American homoeopathy has been experiencing a renaissance which, this time, started at the West coast and is mostly carried by lay healers.

Central and South America. In some Central and South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay homoeopathy looks back on a long and consistent tradition. As early as it gained state recognition after a yellow fever epidemic. In other countries the number of homoeopaths picked up again after a first flourishing period, such as in Chile or Bolivia, or after disruptions,as in Cuba, and rose steadily during the last third of the 20th century.


Sincehomoeopathy has enjoyed systematic support in Cuba. It is now part of the state health service and thus widespread in the entire country. In that region, homoeopathy is at least state-recognized in many countries which means its practice is permitted as a medical method, the training is accepted as a medical specialization or its remedies are officially registered and therefore form part of the pharmaceutical training. The Argentinean physicians Tomas P.

Paschero — gttlic Alfonso Masi-Elizalde — also achieved international acclaim. In Brazil homoeopathy has had an ongoing tradition since A competing foundation where only physicians could train brought to expression the division among homoeopaths. In the state recognized, academic Faculdade Hahnemannia opened and was extended, inby a clinic of beds. Up to homoeopathy remained a compulsory subject at the medical school in Rio de Janeiro. In the s and s, radio and press regularly broadcasted information about homoeopathy.

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Rodrigues Galhardo — Since homoeopathy has been officially recognized in the pharmaceutical, since also in the medical field. Homoeopathic physicians and pharmacists have a particularly close relationship in Brazil. Today homoeopathy is fully integrated in the state health system SUS which has the task to secure health care for the whole population.

In the Asian region, India and Pakistan are the geographical focus point for homoeopathy. It was introduced in the first half of the 19th century by European physicians. Soon, native doctors and lay healers also developed an interest in homoeopathy as its concepts were easily reconcilable with traditional Indian healing approaches. At the same time it was seen as modern Western medicine. Bengal became the geographical centre of homoeopathy in India.

Its capital Calcutta featured most of the training institutes, pharmacies and publishing houses.

From there, homoeopathy spread especially to the North in leseorobe 20th century. On the South Indian coast, local centres had been founded already in colonial times, partly by missionaries, more often due to the cooperation between British state officials and Indian physicians.

In the Central Legislative Assembly of India first accepted homoeopathy. Since it has enjoyed full public recognition. Just like Ayurveda and other Indian medical systems, it is organized by the state as an independent discipline next to orthodox medicine. Within this framework, the homoeopaths make their own decisions with regard to their register of physicians, training standards and accreditation of the almost medical schools.

Homoeopathic physicians work as part of the national health system, for example in primary care. They operate hospitals of their own. More than 20 national institutes carry out homoeopathic research including the proving of Indian active substances.

Homoeopathy has also been used for decades for gttoich prevention and treatment of epidemics. Thehomoeopaths as of make up This is the highest percentage evrdammt.