An overview of the development of the theory of miasms from Samuel Hahnemann to the current models of Rajan Sankaran and Jan Scholten.

Influenced by developments in other natural sciences, the concept of miasms – which was controversial even in Hahnemann’s time – has been subject to numerous modifications and reinterpretations over the last two hundred years. An overview of the historical background forms the basis for a modern understanding of miasms and their practical use.

KEY CONCEPTS: chronic diseases, leprosy, miasm, nosode, pseudo-psora, psora, psora theory, sycosis, syphilis, tuberculosis

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