William Huber 1806 – 1859 MD 1848 was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a Physician at the Homeopathic Hospital at Stayer in Linz.
The Homeopathic Hospital in Linz was opened in 1844 due to the industry of Gregorius Thomas Ziegler and Archduke Maximilian.
William Huber did a proving of Thuja on himself in 1844. William Huber also published cases detailing his use of Mistletoe, and William Huber also did a proving of Lycopodium, Nat Mur, Argentum, Mercurius, a study of bees, a study of 2160 cases of cholera in Russia, and William Huber also submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications.
A Dr. Huber of the Canton of Zurich was a colleague of Samuel Hahnemann.
Adalbert Huber was a homeopath in Germany in 1860.
A Huber assisted in a proving of Nat Mur in 1846.
E Huber published a history of Austrian Homeopathy in 1880.
Edward Huber 1847 – 1883 wrote Mercury and its Preparations in 1885.
Elizabeth Huber assisted in a proving of Lycopodium in 1845.
J Paul Huber was a homeopath in Germany in 1860.
Johann Huber assisted in a proving of Lycopodium in 1845.
W Huber, brother of William Huber, a surgeon at Kleinzell, also did a proving of thuja on himself alongside his brother.