Potentization and the Peripheral Forces of Nature

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Potentization and the Peripheral Forces of Nature

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Potentization and the Peripheral Forces of Nature

George Kaufman Adams

One of the minor pleasures of studying homeopathy is its sense of history, which contrasts so
sharply with the ahistoricity of mainstream medicine. Most doctors feel that there was no real
medicine before the discovery of Penicillin (but this is little more than a feeling, for there is
virtually no teaching of medical history in medical schools). Before Penicillin all seems to have
been darkness, pierced only by an occasional brilliant shaft of light associated with a great name—a
Harvey, Virchow or Pasteur—but since 1940 all is clarity and reason. This is, of course, a highly
distorted image.