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Antibiotic Resistance is a global crisis – a slow-motion tsunami. Antibiotic resistance is as dangerous as terrorism. World’s 1st Antibiotic Awareness Week: 16-22 Nov 2015. WHO names 12 bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health. Use, Overuse and misuse of antibiotics. Use antibiotics wisely because it kills both good (microbial flora) and bad bacteria. The most common bad effect of antibiotic is diarrhea. Taking antibiotics after the infection has cleared up increases the risk of bacteria becoming drug-resistant. Use homeopathy in primary health care and save antibiotics for bigger battles.
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Health is not just merely an absence of disease but a dynamic entity where a state of equilibrium keeps the constitution of an individual whole in harmony. A disease is dynamic disposition in harmony of constitution due to either non-maintenance of equilibrium or physio-chemical alteration of tissues. The Cure is “the rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, in the shortest, most reliable, and most harmless way, based on easily comprehensible principles”. The goal of the medicine is to stimulate the body’s defence system to assist itself to encourage its natural healing process and clear itself of any expressions of imbalance. It was Samuel Hahnemann who in 1790 first tested the effect of drug (Cinchona) on healthy human being.
Arnica Montana, the queen of plants in Homeopathy, is one of the greatest medicine ever known to mankind. Arnica is the darling homeopathic medicine used throughout the world. It is used by homeopaths, herbalists, surgeons, physicians and physiotherapists. The medicinal uses of Arnica include bruising, pain (movement makes the pain worse), inflammation, injuries, trauma, Accidents, overexertion, fibromyalgia, soreness, tooth extraction, osteoarthritis, surgical condtions and DNA damage. As per CORE-Hom Database of clinical trials in Homeopathy, Arnica Montana is most often used remedy (n=103). Arnica is part of Relief-Aid for many athletes, sports doctor and coaches such as Jean-Marcel Ferret, James Ellington, Linford Christie, Annabel Croft, Jayne Torvill, Dr. Philippe Lageyre, Dr. Charles A Dixon, Zaheer Khan and Pierre Barrieu. Arnica gel was the first homeopathic product to be registered by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency in UK in 2006. Arnica has been awarded best homeopathic remedy by Vity Awards.
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This is Part-1 of three-part series showcasing the Research in Homeopathy during the decade spanning from 1981 to 1990 [click to tweet]. The next two parts will showcase the research for the next two decades. In all the three parts, the research findings are shown in tabular form. The table contains data such as trial […]
Friends of Science in Homeopathy (FSH) consists of 975 professionals from various science streams including health and medicine. According to the World Health Organisation, highly acclaimed service of Homeopathy is the fastest-growing and second-most widely-used system of medicine in the world. This has spurred the governments & regulatory authorities to increase resources, education, infrastructure and research funding of Homeopathy. The mission objectives of FSH includes encouraging universities to start medical degree education on Homeopathy, fostering good science in Homeopathy for better healthcare, right of freedom of choice of therapy for patients, Informed choice about Homeopathy, Health insurance for All, encouraging science-based pharmacies to sell and promote homeopathic medicines and educating the general public about synthetic chemical drug-based mumbo-jumbo medicine. The FSH initiative is supported by ‘Voice of Good Science’.
This repository consists of 46 resource items on Homeopathy. The resource items are in the area of education, research, articles on specific disease condition, repertory, ebooks and ejournals.
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A healthcare chat transcript on 7 UK Celebrities coming together to launch ‘Homeopathy Worked For Me’ social media campaign. Have your say. Tell us why homeopathic medicine works for your health, using our official hashtag #HFM . This chat is extraordinary because extraordinary medicine requires extraordinary evidence. Pre-chat and post-chat tutorials included.
Adrenal glands are stress supervisors. They release anti-stress hormone Cortisol which suppresses the release of the body’s “feel good” hormone Serotonin, amplifying the anxiety and also augmenting depression, as well as Melatonin, the hormone related to sleep. Adrenal glands are responsible for the “fright, fight & flight” response of our bodies. It is these glands which feel the maximum punch of nervous tension. Adrenal fatigue is a collection of symptoms such as body ache, fatigue (not relieved by sleep), nervousness, sleeplessness and digestive problems. Nux vomica (homeopathic medicine) restores this miserably imbalanced state of affairs.
Click on the image to view or download 79 books on Homeopathy (54 books by 9 stalwarts + additional 25 books). Out of 54, 42 are PDF. Fast-track your homeopathic learning. DR. SAMUEL HAHNEMANN, M.D. (8) Dr. Hahnemann didn't agree about Cinchona in Cullen's Materia Medica.He performed experiment on himself in 1790 & discovered law […]
A Guest Post by Dr. Saurav Arora (The Author) There has been a gain in momentum in homoeopathic research in last few decades as evident from various research studies and publications but we as clinicians have a long way to pursue when it comes to research in Homeopathy, but majority of times, we are not very sure […]
The big idea with respiratory diseases (asthma, bronchtis, COPD) is a hypersensitivity to foreign particles. The inflammatory response is a set of physiological processes meant to quarantine or destroy foreign irritants; this response may involve swelling, mucus production, and the stimulation of antibodies via a neurotransmitter and an antigen called Histamine. Homeopathy can help.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder = significant anxiety, fear, helplessness and horror after exposure to trauma. PTSD may develop when the event is so emotionally powerful, and so much adrenalin (stress-related horomone) is released. Homeopathic medicines for PTSD includes Aurum metallicum, Ignatia, Natrum mur, Phosphoric acid, Sepia, Staphysagria, etc.
The term pandemic indicates a far higher number of people affected by the infectious disease in much larger geographical area than the epidemic. A mortality rate is a number of deaths per 1000 individuals per year. Genus epidemicus means that the treatment protocol of an epidemic disease is designed based on the collected signs and symptoms of a large group of patients in the same geographical area. Homeopathy has been a boon to the patients of scarlet fever, typhus fever, yellow fever, Pneumonia, Cholera, Influenza, Hepatitis, Dengue, Leptospirosis and Conjunctivitis during the times of pandemics and epidemics between the year 1799 and 2010.
Overweight is defined as body mass index (BMI) of more than 25 kg/m2. Obesity is defined as BMI of 30 or more. Obesity is generally caused by two factors: exogenous and endogenous. Over-nutrition is as much malnutrition as under-nutrition is. If you are high on emotions, you tend to eat more. Some of the commonly prescribed homeopathic medicines for obesity are Phytolacca berry, Fucus vex, Pulsatilla, Phosphorous, Calcarea Carbonica, Thuja occi, Kali carbonica, Graphites, etc
Homeopathic treatment of Respiratory diseases such as Pneumonia, Asthma, Croup, BronchitiBronchiolitis, Cor Pulmonale, COPD, Epiglottitis using medicines such as Borax, Senega, Natrum Sulf, Bryonia, Digitalis, Crataegus, Kali carbonica, Argenticum Nitricum, Baryta carb, Antimonium tart, Stannum met and Phosphorous.
The homeopathic consultation is one that differs to that exercised in conventional medical practice. It is dominated by the patient and not by the practitioner. The trust between the doctor and the patient may be further deepened by the practitioners’ expression of acceptance and non-judgement towards the patient and his case.
Types of hypertension: primary, secondary, congenital, pregnancy-induced, white-coat, isolated and malignant. Grades of hypertension. Predisposing factors. Clinical manifestations. Complications. Prevention. Homeopathic medicines to treat hypertension. when high BP is associated with high blood sugar, high cholesterol and obesity, it is called metabolic syndrome.
Guest Post Written by Vinton McCabe (The Author) I have been doing a lot of thinking lately about the “placebo effect.” Mostly because I have noticed that the Skeptics—that crazy-quilt of organizations in the English-speaking world who are making such a noise on the internet when it comes to something near and dear to my heart, […]
Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) Bigots  In 300 B.C., Hippocrates was accused by his colleagues; he was called dung-eater, because he so carefully took note of the character of the fecal and waste material. In 162 A.D., Galen, who guided the ideas of medical knowledge, was persecuted by the doctors of […]