The founder of homeopathy is Dr. med. habil. Samuel Hahnemann.
He was born in 1755 in Meissen (Saxony) and died at an advanced age in 1843 in Paris. He was considered one of the leading scientists of that time. In his capacity as a doctor, pharmacist and chemist, he published numerous and valuable works in these fields. He wrote the "Organon der Heilkunst" in which he laid down in 291 paragraphs the entire methodology of the homeopathy he founded.
Paragraph 1: "The physician's highest and only profession is to heal sick people, which is called healing.
Homeopathy - homoeopathy (gr.) = similar, pathos (gr.) = suffering
Homeopathy is a method of healing that grasps the sick person in his or her entirety and understands the cause of the illness to be a disturbance of the entire personality. There is no separation of mind, soul and body.
Illness is always an expression of a deep disagreement in the system and requires a medicine that is able to restore the inner balance. Pain is seen as a friend, which clearly signals which issue needs a solution.
The homeopathic remedy addresses the sick organism in its innermost core.
There is a remedy for every human being that not only remedies physical illnesses and disorders but also restores mental balance.