Evolution and development of Homoeopathic posology

A seminar on the history of the evolution of Homoeopathic dilutions with a detailed study on the evolution of early dilutions and centesimal scale in the mind of Dr. Hahnemann, the development of the new method of dynamisation

Dr Baidurjya Bhattacharjee

Homoeopathy would never have been controversial nor could it have been so special and exclusive without the Doctrine of Drug Dynamisation.

This doctrine is by far the most controversial doctrine of the Homoeopathic system of Medicine and in the view of the modern science Homoeopathy lie in the verge of both science and meta physics.

The modern scientists have always wondered the action of the Homoeopathic medicines when no molecules of the original substance could be present in the solution.

Hahnemann developed this unique system of dosage for his own School of Medicine which is unique and will remain so in the years to come. The fight to escape the apothecaries and the continuous quest for a method which will illustrate the remedial action of these drugs developed the process of dynamisation of remedies. Hahnemann was a great chemist so he knew to implement his art in the process of curing the sick. The doctrine requires centuries of study and research to develop but alas!

None did their task after Hahnemann died. Clear cut instructions were given by him to standardize the potencies but the following generation saw an era of confusion and dilemma regarding potencies. It would be best for us to follow Hahnemann and adopt his methodology for the practice of Homoeopathy: the rational art of healing.

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Dr. Baidurjya Bhattacharjee PGT 8TH batch
Department Of Organon Of Medicine, Session 2013 – 16
N. De Homoeopathic Medical College And Hospital


  1. Sir Can please Update the post related to Posology
    Why 30 is Lowest potency
    Why 200 is Medium Potency
    And Why 1M,10m and lm is considered as a higher Potency

    How this criterias were created

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