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Johann Theuille 1820 - 1909

August 16, 2009

MoscowJohann Theuille 1820? - 1909? MD was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and practiced in Moscow (1833), Charkoff, Vilnius, Kaunas, and Constantinople,

Theuille travelled to Philadelphia, where he went to take samples of his remedy Loimine (a preparation made from the pus of the plague), which subsequently found its way to Constantine Hering, and Samuel Swan,

Theuille’s name is listed in Allgemeine homöopathische Zeitung, Volumes 51-52, and his name is also  inscribed on the bust of Samuel Hahnemann in Paris,

Theuille was a colleague of Celut, Delmas, Gassowsky, Goldberg, Heimer, Samson von Himmelstorn, Gaston Hoffmann, Hubbenet, Johannson, Jolly, Maclacoff, Major, Roggrenbau,  Georg August Benjamin Schweikert, Strupp, Suboff, Wladimiroff,

Theuille, a homeopath in Moscow who made remedies from leprosy and the bubonic plague, Jolly wrote to Samuel Hahnemann about work that Theuille was doing in Moscow regarding the plague using the 30th dilution…

Theuille submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications.


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