Stalwarts’ Segment: George Heinrich Gottlieb Jahr
Born in Saxony, Jahr became interested in homœopathy, after Julius Aegidi who was practicing in Dusseldorf, cured Jahr of a chronic illness. Aegidi suggested that he study homœopathy and introduced him to Hahnemann. Jahr worked with Hahnemann from about 1825, helping him to arrange the symptoms in Hahnemann’s Materia Medica Pura and Chronic Diseases. In 1835 Jahr published his Manual, with a repertorial index to Hahnemann’s work. Hering had it translated into English at Allentown in 1838. Jahr’s literary output (over 250 works) were not limited to homœopathy but included a wide range of topics. He died in Belgium in 1875 after being barred from practice.
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