Antoine Nebel 1870 – 1954 was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become an honoured practitioner, receiving a medal issued by the Societe Rhodanienne d’Homeopathie, and one of the strongest personalities of the world of homeopathy with an international reputation.
Nebel is credited with creating the concept of homeopathic drainage, as he spread knowledge of Johann Gottfried Rademacher‘s techniques, and Nebel was also a proponent of detoxification with homeopathic remedies.
Nebel is also credited with the remedy Tuberculinum Residuum, and he ran a Tuberculosis sanitorium in the Swiss Alps.
Nebel was the homeopathic practitioner of Darius Milhaud, Pierre Schmidt, and he was a colleague of Jean Pierre Gallavardin, Richard Haehl, Pierre Schmidt, Leon Vannier, and many others.
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Adolf Voegeli 1898 – 1993 was a Swiss Radiologist in Zurich before he converted to homeopathy in 1930.
Thereafter, he worked as a homoeopathic physician in Pully near Lausanne. He was one of the founders of the Zeitschrift für Klassische Homöopathie in 1957.
Adolf Voegeli is one of the homeopaths who promoted the LM range of homeopathic remedies.
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Carl Gustav Jung 1875 – 1961 was a Swiss psychiatrist, an influential thinker and the founder of analytical psychology.
Jung once wrote “…regarding homeopathy, you are quite right to see it as a continuation of alchemical practice” (C. G.;Adle Jung, Letters of C. G. Jung: Volume I, 1906-1950, (Taylor & Francis, 17 May 1973)) and “I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as a fraud,” (C.G. Jung, Jung on Synchronicity and the Paranormal, (Routledge, 7 Aug 1997). Page 57.).
Jung was a colleague of Emilii Karlovich Medtner, and Sigmund Freud.
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