By Sue on July 12, 2009
Adam Lyschinski 1814? – 1878? LRCS 1837, MD Edinburgh 1837, (Lyschinske) (Lynchinski) (Lyszczynski) (Lyschinsky) was a Polish immigrant to Britain, an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become Surgeon in Charge of MH Transports to the Isle of Mauritius 1838, Surgeon in Charge of MH Troops to Madras 1839, Medical Officer in the District […]
By Sue on April 10, 2009
Antoni von Chevallier Kaczkowski 1825? – 1884 was a Polish orthodox physician from Lvov, who converted to homeopathy, to become the editor of the magazine Polish homeopathist in 1860, he published the first Polish homeopathic manual in 1863, and he compiled the first comprehensive Materia Medica in the Polish language in 1876. Kaczkowski was a […]
By Sue on October 26, 2008
The Wielobycki brothers were Polish patriots who escaped Poland and came to Britain in 1839. The brothers both trained as doctors in Edinburgh and went onto become homeopaths, one in London and one in Edinburgh.
By Sue on September 20, 2008
1810 – 1849 was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic period. He is widely regarded as the greatest Polish composer, and ranks as one of music’s greatest tone poets. Frederick Chopin was an advocate of homeopathy. In Paris, Chopin consulted homeopaths Jean Jacques Molin and Leon Francois Adolphe Simon. In London Chopin […]