The author shares some brief quotes from an early (1872) homeopathy journal.
Author - Iman Navab
Iman Navab comments on the NHMRC study and puts it into perspective.
Iman Navab presents an article by the late Vaikunthanath Kaviraj
Hahnemann gives advice on how the physician may protect himself when treating patients with...
Iman Navab explains how legislation helped legitimize homeopathy in 19th Century Ontario
Iman Navab explains how knowledge of the action of Acetylsalicylic has evolved over many years.
Iman Navab says that it’s time to bring back homeopathic hospitals.
A brief sketch of Stephen Simpson, a disciple of Hahnemann.
Through excerpts in New Zealand newspapers, Iman Navab creates a sense of the desire for homeopathy...
Iman Navab presents a brief reflection on trituration and succussion
A brief excerpt from an interview with Dr. Allan Sutherland, who comments on the state of...
Iman Navab presents a discussion of Pyrarara, a remedy made from a fish of the Amazon. A case of...
Hahnemann's advice on many matters that matter.
Homeopath Iman Navab describes the conversion of Dr. James Lillie.
Dr. Boenninghausen speculates on the possible danger of over succussing water potencies.
Iman Navab writes about the first African American female homeopathic physician in New York.
How is progress impeded? Dr. R. Smith laments the vilification of new ideas.
A discussion of the the beginnings of Homeopathy in California
A Brief History of Wells Homeopathic Hospital, Ohio.