Veit Meyer M.D. (17 February 1815 – 22 April 1872) was a German Jewish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become the co-editor of the Homöopathische Vierteljahrschrift, and editor of the Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung. Meyer was a member of the Central Union of the Homeopathic Physicians of Germany.

Meyer was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and a member of Samuel Hahnemann’s Provers Union which consisted of Carl Gottlob Caspari, Carl Franz, Gustav Wilhelm Gross, Franz Hartmann, Carl Gottlob Helbig, Christian Theodore Herrmann, Christian Gottlob HornburgErnst Kummer, Christian Freidrich Langhammer, Ernst Ferdinand Rueckert, Friedrich Jakob Rummel, John Ernst Stapf, and Teuthorn.

Viet Meyer was also a colleague of Bohler, Eduard Von Grauvogl, Hummel, Kirsch, Clotar Mueller, Heinrich Gottfried Schneider, and Veisch.

Meyer practiced in Leipzig. In 1845 he married Emma Elb, sister of Dr Elb and niece of Dr Wolf, both Dresden homeopaths.

Viet Meyer wrote many articles for the Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung and other journals including The British Journal of Homoeopathy.

Meyer died of heart disease in Leipzig in April 1872.

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A physician named Theodore (or Thomas) Meyer was a homeopath in Latvia in 1866.