drug testing in homeopathy

Since Hahnemann, generations of homeopaths have been able to "test" countless medicines, i.e. experience their effectiveness for themselves. Today's knowledge about the effectiveness of the various medicines comes in large part from their carefully recorded experiences and in part from toxicology - the reports about the consequences of symptoms of poisoning e.g. after taking belladonna (deadly nightshade).

With the drug trials, homeopathic physicians become similar to the sick and those seeking help. By experiencing the illness on their own body, homeopaths can encounter the suffering in their counterpart on the same level.

Concrete example of a drug trial:

A group of about 10 - 15 homeopaths takes a remedy known only to the head of the trial and selected by him until each of the participants develops very clear symptoms. A daily protocol is kept from the beginning of the trial. A separate protocol is also prepared by the supervisor, who supervises two of the examinees at a time. The protocol is kept by the examinee and the supervisor until no new symptoms appear.

At this point the protocols are compared and a preliminary picture of the tested drug begins to emerge. All changes that have occurred are compared and the group shares their experiences while taking the drug.

All symptoms that have occurred are summarized and a preliminary drug picture is created. The process from the start of a trial to its publication can take up to 2 years.

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