SAMUEL HAHNEMANN


SAMUEL HAHNEMANN

 

 

SAMUEL HAHNEMANN

 

(1755-1843)

 

Born in Germany in 1755, he earned his

 

medical diploma in 1779.

 

In 1782, he

 

married Henriette Kuchler with whom he

 

had eleven children.

 

Starting in 1784, once he had

 

interrupted his medical career to devote

 

himself to pharmacological research.

 

He

 

translated a number of scientific works,

 

treatises on therapy, etc....

 

He did not return to medical practice

 

until 1796, when he began to apply his

 

method.

 

 In 1835, at the age of 80, after

 

having been a widower for 5 years, he

 

married a young French woman,

 

Mélanie d'Hervilly, and they moved to

 

Paris where he died in 1843.

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