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Similimum

similimum
Simillimum
In homeopathy, the remedy indicated in a certain case because the same drug, when given to a healthy person, will produce the symptom complex most nearly approaching that of the disease in question.
Origin: L. Simillimus, most like, superl. Of similis, like


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