A school of medicine midway between allopathy and Christian Science.
Christian Science and allopathy don't mix,' I says, 'and you'd starve, that's what you'd do.
Hydropathy and allopathy in their practice are like the poles asunder.
I told him in plain words he would be better off rollin' allopathy pills.
I have known it succeed in cholera cases sometimes, however, as well as the allopathy.
He said that the aim of allopathy was to poison him; of hydropathy to drown him; and of homeopathy to let him die unaided.
allopathy al·lop·a·thy (ə-lŏp'ə-thē)
A method of treating disease with remedies that produce effects antagonistic to those caused by the disease itself.