OTHER WORDS FROM HahnemannHah·ne·mann·i·an [hah-nuh-man-ee-uh n, -mah-nee-] /ˌhɑ nəˈmæn i ən, -ˈmɑ ni-/, adjectiveHah·ne·mann·ism, noun
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As an instance of the strength of the medicines prescribed by Hahnemann, I will mention carbonate of lime.
Each generation adopts its peculiar manual: Sangrado to-day; Thomson to-morrow; Hahnemann the day after.
But there is not the least appearance of any such delicacy on the part of Hahnemann.
It was agony to me, wrote Hahnemann, to walk in darkness, with no other light than could be derived from books.The Collector|Henry T. Tuckerman
Hahnemann died in 1843, and on the 10th of August 1851 a bronze monument to him was unveiled at Leipzig.