Rademacher's Universal and Organ Remedies
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This author's use of remedies that target specific organs was inspired by Paracelsus and later confirmed by J. Compton Burnett, MD.
Rademacher's object was to make known the excellent virtues of some remedies, which he not only found efficacious, but which he declared to be really indispensable.
This is Ramseyer's 1909 translation of Rademacher's 1841 publication based on his long observations of the effects of numerous medicines and their effect on various organs, and on the writings of others including Theophrast von Hohenheim, otherwise known as Paracelsus. His work was very original for the time, it was widely published, and has been verified many times over since.