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Louis Kuhne (1835-1901)

Sussanna Czeranko, ND

Louis Kuhne stands rightfully tall on the naturopathic landscape. He contributed immensely to the philosophical and knowledge base of its practice. His place in the front row derives from his understanding of healing. This deep savvy came first hand from his personal suffering of stomach cancer and lung complaints. When he was 20 years old, he experienced severe violent pains in the lungs and head.1 These afflictions persisted for nearly a quarter of a century. His experimentations upon himself led him to discoveries and conclusions culminating in two important books: The New Science of Healing (1891), and Science of Facial Expression which would guide generations of Naturopaths around the world in the early 20th century. Kuhne coined the term "Nature Cure" that became the basis of the New Science of Healing. This book in fact became the cornerstone for Henry Lindlahr's Nature Cure paradigm.

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