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1 According to the founder of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), medicines should be prescribed in minimum doses in order to enhance a positive therapeutic effect and minimise negative side-effects. The potentization principle for drug preparation with serial trituration and agitated dilution was standardised in 1816. For example, the potency of D1 (D = decimal) is diluted 1:10 ("1" being the original ingredient, e.g. belladonna, arnica or lachesis, etc., and "10" being e.g. lactose,doi:10.3384/hygiea.1403-8668.0771151 fatcat:vtwppcwhhfdqfm3nfwoxphwofe