The Three Classic Miasms

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The Three Classic Miasms
David Little (2007) in an article about homoeopathy states, “Since the dawn of medical history there has been a constant search for the causes of acute and chronic diseases that afflict humanity” (par 9). Samuel Hahnemann devoted his career to studying chronic diseases because he was interested in why some of his patients would recover from an illness while other patients developed chronic illnesses (Little, 2007, par 4). The theory Hahnemann developed called the three classic three
miasms
of
psora
,
sycosis
, and syphilis. The study of these classic
miasms
is important because homeopathy believe that most chronic diseases is related to these
miasms
and understanding of these
miasms
is important in the treatment of...
The end:
.....chronic diseases. Having a friend who has fibromyalgia, the pain often does become unbearable to the point where depression and suicidal become reality.
Hahenemann
realized that the study of chronic diseases was important then and it continues to be important today.
References
Little, D. (2007).
Miasms
in classical homoeopathy. Homoeopathic Online Education. Retrieved from http://www.simillimum.com/education/little-library/constitution-temperaments-and-miasms/mch/article.php
Morrell, P. (2011). Hahnemann’s
miasm
theory and
miasm
remedies. Retrieved from http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/articles/pm_miasm.htm
Tyler, G. (2009).
Miasms
: Understanding the roots of disease. Retrieved http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/homeopathy_miasm_gina.htm