Talk title: Seeking Our Truth: The Alchemical History of Homeopathy

This event has been joint organised by our colleagues at the American Institute of Homeopathy


How is it that Homeopathy, the second most widely used medicine in the world today—with more than 200 years of clinical experience—has yet to agree on a set of guidelines as to what we do and how we do it? Perhaps it is because we have yet to fully understand the ways in which Hahnemann came to develop this amazing system of medicine, and its therapeutic interventions. This presentation explores the stated historiography of Homeopathy and, by way of previously unexplored primary source materials, proposes a revised narrative--full of twists and turns, pseudonyms, and missing footnotes—on the way towards elucidation of a more complete and understanding of Hahnemann’s genius.

Denise Straiges CCH, RSHom(NA), PCH is fiercely committed to raising the bar in academics, clinical training, and research for all Homeopaths. She is President and Clinical Director of The Academy of Homeopathy Education (AHE), and established HOHM Foundation, whose initiatives include the Homeopathy Help Network, a not-for-profit, research-based initiative focused on delivering high quality, affordable Homeopathy care to all. AHE is the exclusive educational provider for the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH), the oldest medical society in the US. Denise has taught for numerous homeopathy schools in the US and abroad and has been an invited speaker at conferences around the world. She is completing her graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her work includes original, primary research focused on the origins of homeopathy, in particular, Hahnemann’s influences in The Chronic Diseases and the evolution of potency. She is writing a practical, in-depth compendium on Case Analysis.

Academy of Homeopathy

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