“I strengthened my influence by cultivating good feeling. I lent the men papers to read, and invited their children into our grounds; giving them fruit. I was their physician, also with my box of homeopathic medicines I took charge of the men, women, and children in sickness. Thus the most amicable relations were established, and, in any emergency, these poor neighbors were good friends.”
~ Dr. Elizabeth Cady Stanton (the lady in the middle) 1815-1902, was a devoted Homeopath activist. She was an outspoken opponent of slavery and a firm supporter of women’s rights. In 1863, she helped found a homeopathic school, which was called New York Medical College for Women.
I Love Homeopathy,
- Class of 1894: New York Medical College and Hospital - August 23, 2018
- Philosophy of Homeopathy - August 15, 2018
- The difference between a Homeopath and an Allopath - July 19, 2016