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Susceptibility And Its Suppression

Dr.S.Bidwalkar 1, Dr Noopur Kumari 2 Professor & Head of the Department1 MD(Hom.)(PGR) 2 Dept. of Repertory Dr.M.P.K.Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre Homoeopathy University, Jaipur-302029 Abstract:  Today’s era of the...

Fracture Treatment With The Aid Of The...

Abstract We present four cases of patients with bone fractures, which were treated with the aid of the Homeopathic Remedy Symphytum officinale. The Remedy was given to the patients after the proper alignment of the bone fragments was secured...

Letter To The Editor: Clinical Trial Of...

Sir, I wish to comment on the paper “ Homeopathy has clinical benefits in rheumatoid arthritis patients that are attributable to the consultation process but not the homoeopathic remedy: a randomized controlled clinical trial” by Brien et al.1 The...

The Law Of The Jungle Is Still Widely Accepted In...

The alternative therapies provide the non-violent non-aggressive solution in therapeutics. Will health authorities take advantage of such an offer? In the same way that our contemporary societies practice or tolerate the law of the jungle in our...

The Posology and Doses of Remedies Used by...

Abstract Background Nowadays, conducting valid provings is one of the most important research topics in homoeopathy. Consequently, many proving methodologies are continually being proposed. Objective: This study aimed to investigate...

The Colour Of The Homeopathic Improvement: The...

Homoeopathy differs from conventional medicine in many aspects. Little recognized to date is the unique, multidimensional nature of the response to homoeopathic treatment. We discuss this ‘colour’ of the homoeopathic response; altered temporal...

Clinical Trials of Classical Homeopathy:...

ABSTRACT The growing popularity of complementary medicine has been accompanied by a call for controlled clinical studies to examine the efficacy and validity of its various methods. The difficulties encountered in applying the evaluation methods of...

Effects Of Homeopathic Treatment In Women With...

Alternative therapies in general, and homeopathy in particular, lack clear scientific evaluation of efficacy. Controlled clinical trials are urgently needed, especially for conditions that are not helped by conventional methods. The objective of...

Gangrene: Five case studies of gangrene...

Abstract    Gangrene and its associated amputations are clinically challenging, but Homoeopathy offers therapy options. In this case series, 5 cases are presented, in which the homoeopathic treatment prevented amputation of a body part. Homoeopathy...

True But Strange? Nature

Humphrey’s book Soul-Searching (Leaps of Faith in the United States)’, suggests that we can save ourselves the trouble of looking at claims of the paranormal by invoking Hume’s argument that it is more reasonable to believe that human error lies...

CLINICAL CASE HISTORIES: The Need For The Correct...

In chronic disease, often several medicines are required to complete a cure. These should follow a correct sequence to have an optimal effect. Giving the second or the third indicated medicine first may result in temporary amelioration but will not...

Homeopathic Treatment Of Chronic Headache: A...

The author critically reviews a randomised controlled trial by homoeopathy for chronic headache and an observational follow-up study of the same patient cohort. The results showed no di¡erence between homoeopathy and placebo. The author believes...