Welcome to IPRH

The Need of Research

Homeopathy has gained a universal popularity because of the effectiveness, affordability, availability, easier applicability and no side effects. It is now the second largest practiced system of medicine worldwide. But homeopathy has always been a target of skeptics mainly upon the basis of ultra-high dilutions, potentization process and biological actions of ultra-diluted substances. It is also questioned for its philosophy, prescription modalities, and standardization issues. These issues have labeled homeopathy as one of the controversial therapeutic systems of medicine.  Homeopathy is constantly compared with the conventional system of medicine on the ground that modern pharmacology “knows” physical and chemical interactions between drugs and living cells. For many decades, it was difficult to define the exact ‘paths’ from medicine to biology, then to chemistry and physics, but conventional systems have taken an edge over it, whereas it is considered that homeopathy still has to prove these paths.

These priority issues and curiosity of intellectual minds to know the “whether homeopathy works and if yes what is the nature of “homeopathy and high dilutions” has given a spurt in homeopathic research in past few decades.

Till date a lot of research has been carried out on almost every aspect of homeopathy and applications of ultra-high dilutions be it fundamental, clinical, agronomy, veterinary or dentistry. But despite advances, research in homeopathy is still a challenge, which may be attributed to a limited number of research studies in comparison to conventional research, complex nature of this system, inadequate exposure to research, limited resources, inaccessibility to published literature, poor motivation, lack of experience, jealousy etc.

Therefore, research is a constant need to explore, establish, answer and support homeopathy!

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Foundation of IPRH

The Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH) was founded by Dr. Saurav Arora in the year 2011 with the aim to promote research amongst every segment of the population. IPRH believes in enhancing research awareness, disseminating scientific research, exchange knowledge and extending help for undertaking research in homeopathy.

This initiative is beyond the boundaries of an institution and has created a change in research perspectives. Read more about IPRH

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Upcoming Events

Sep
3
Sat
all-day National Homeopathic Conference @ Gautam Budha University
National Homeopathic Conference @ Gautam Budha University
Sep 3 – Sep 4 all-day
Each seminar creates an original interactive display demonstrating diversity. we, in this seminar will be learning new things from the Homoeopathic teachers and practitioners from all over the country, representing the diversity of India, also different experiences, thoughts, learnings in
Sep
9
Fri
all-day BAHVS CONFERENCE 2016
BAHVS CONFERENCE 2016
Sep 9 – Sep 11 all-day
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Sep
13
Tue
all-day Student Workshop 2016 by SoH
Student Workshop 2016 by SoH
Sep 13 all-day
Student Workshop 2016 by SoH @ Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet conference speakers Anne Schadde & Erik van Woensel Network with the UK student community Top up your professional knowledge Free to Society student members! Only £10 for non members Includes complimentary vegetarian lunch
Sep
17
Sat
all-day Annual Conference 2016
Annual Conference 2016
Sep 17 – Sep 18 all-day
An informative weekend awaits with a varied and stimulating international line up of speakers from around the world. Add to it a selection of interactive workshops, plus a soapbox session for delegates to share their experiences and knowledge and there really
Oct
14
Fri
all-day Elements for Life with Jonathan ...
Elements for Life with Jonathan ...
Oct 14 all-day
Row two of the Periodic Table contains some of the most basic elements for life: carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. The key issue of the remedy states is equally basic: can I survive on my own? These patients have the most
all-day Lac humanum and Lac maternum wit...
Lac humanum and Lac maternum wit...
Oct 14 all-day
Kim will be differentiating between these two remedies through PowerPoint presentation, cases and a guided immersion experience of each remedy by playing the remedy in a large Tibetan singing bowl. This way participants will hear, see and feel each remedy and leave with