Attacks When in France

When you have prepared your medicine before the eyes of the apothecary, and more he cannot demand, you must wrap your powders in paper, and do not begrudge taking the trouble to seal your little packet (and to write over it at the same time marking the moderate price yourself upon it). Then you know for certain that there can be no fraud or adulteration in the contents. You then hand it over to the apothecary who will receive a few pennies from the person who fetches it, which you let him have and ask for no share. In this way the apothecary cannot and may not complain, because his interest is taliter qualiter satisfied, and you can practice the science quite in the true sense of the word, although on your part, with some trouble..

The homoeopaths who wished to treat according to their convictions and their views, had to resort to these little subterfuges, because of the prohibition against dispensing their own medicines, and the opposition which arose therefrom.

Richard Haehl
Richard M Haehl 1873 - 1932 MD, a German orthodox physician from Stuttgart and Kirchheim who converted to homeopathy, travelled to America to study homeopathy at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia, to become the biographer of Samuel Hahnemann, and the Secretary of the German Homeopathic Society, the Hahnemannia.

Richard Haehl was also an editor and publisher of the homeopathic journal Allgemcine, and other homeopathic publications.

Haehl was responsible for saving many of the valuable artifacts of Samuel Hahnemann and retrieving the 6th edition of the Organon and publishing it in 1921.
Richard Haehl was the author of - Life and Work of Samuel Hahnemann