In the last years of the 18th century, a German physician named Samuel Hahnemann laid out the principles of homeopathic medicine, and a battle has raged between practitioners of homeopathy and allopathy (traditional medicine) ever since. Hahnemann believed that substances that would produce illness in a healthy person would cure the disease in a sick person, if appropriately diluted and weakened.
This is a stark contrast to the principle behind allopathic medicine, which is that the effectiveness of a substance generally increases with an increase in its concentration. The debate has not been confined to the western world. Indian physicians have made major contributions to the literature on both sides of the argument.
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