Beyond Avogadro's Number

Hahnemann's Private Battle which Lead to the Discovery of Homeopathy

by Allan Bonsall

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The author has written a fictionalized biography that will hold you in its spell from first page to last. It is remarkable book of human altruism pitted against the treacherous greed of elites. The life of Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann, the man credited with creating the medical philosophy of homeopathy, is well documented. Equally well documented is his ambitious struggle to bring his system of medicine into being. This book tells the story of Samuel Hahnemann's fight with physician's of the old school and apothecaries who held royal monopolies over the making and dispensing of medicines and against the established historical precedent. This is a book about personal struggle, the corruption of power and the fight for truth. The author has give a totally new dimension to the life history of Hahnemann by depicting the facts in a new way and all the circumstances have been so dramatically written that you feel as if you are watching it happen in front of your eyes. It gives us an idea of what circumstances led Hahnemann to look out for new system of healing. Today, when everybody is trying their hands at fiction and we all love to read a novel, this homeopathic story is one of its kind which all homeopaths should read atleast once and feel the drama of homeopathy. The expression is lively and the twists and turns in the story keeps you hooked till the end.

Beyond Avogadro's Number
Brand New, but printed in India so the quality is usually not that good.
ISBN 9788131907429
Language English
Author Allan Bonsall
Pages 354
Publication Date 2009
Type Paperback
Printed in India
Publisher B. Jain

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