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      The term "allopathy" was coined in 1842 by C.F.S. Hahnemann to designate the usual practice of medicine (see homeopathy). Allopathy is the system of medical practice that treats disease by the use of remedies that produce effects different, usually oposite, from those produced by the disease under treatment. For example, a muscle relaxer is often used to relieve tight muscles and an anti-inflammatory is used to reduce inflammation. The mainstream medical practice in the United States is often referred as allopathic medicine.

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