I shall take me here with the practical part of remedies only, with the restoration art itself, to be able to reveal how it is that illnesses conditions have hitherto been so effectively cured.
The health provider’s highest responsibility, his only duty, is to make sick people healthier – to heal, as it is called.
Far beneath my attention is that the mechanical process of healing valuable human being life according to the prescription medication manuals, the frequent publication of which proves, alas! how often they are continually used.
The job of remedies as their symptoms have no true (pathological) relationship to the symptoms of the sickness, but which works on the human body in a unique way, is the allopathic approach, which is to become rejected.
Even the more contrary and the most senseless methods of cure find there their protection, their authority let their terrible effects speak ever so loudly against any of them.
That some misinformed medical practitioners who would wish to become considered homoeopathists, engraft some, to them more familiar, allopathic malpractices upon their nominally homoeopathic treatment methods, is having to lack education of the doctrine, slackness, contempt for suffering mankind, and silly Vanity.
During the five years since the publication of the Second Edition, the truth of the homeopathic curing art has found a lot of acceptance from doctors far and near, that it can no longer be obscured, still, fewer extinguished, by abusive articles, of which, however, there isn’t any lack.
In our time, which boasts such educated and deep-thinking spirits, does it have to be so difficult to conceive of a non-material-energetic force when we all notice around us each day lots of phenomena that cannot be described in any other method?
Therefore homoeopathy is a absolutely simple approach of medicine, remaining always fixed in its rules as in its perform, which, like the procession whereon it is based, if appropriately apprehended will be found to be so unique (and only in that way serviceable), that as the doctrine must be recognized in its purity, so it must be entirely performed.