Research Updates – Homeopathy, Volume 6, Issue 4 (2017) is Online Now

I would like to wish IPRH readers a very happy and prosperous New Year 2018. The year 2017 has been an important year for Homeopathy. In this year we witnessed some of the best research studies so far, some of the strongest allegations, mutually agreed international projects and most importantly political turmoil at international level. This has proven that the …

Homeopathy and Malaria Research: Peer-Reviewed Excerpts and Links

Malaria is a clinical and economical threat! Every year millions of people suffer from this simple yet dreaded disease. There is a dire need to search the ideal treatment of this condition, and homeopathy can be one of them. Below are the excerpts and links of some of the major peer-reviewed works related to malaria research and homeopathy: Homeopathy against …

Interim Survey Update and Request: How much we dispense as a Single Dose

Quantification of a Single Dose in Routine Clinical Practice – A Descriptive, Opinion based Survey by IPRH Dear friends and respected colleagues, The Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH) has undertaken a survey on, “How much we dispense as a Single Dose?” To best of my knowledge we are in dire need of such realistic surveys. The survey has attracted …

Survey: How Much We Dispense As A Dose?

Quantification of Dose in Routine Clinical Practice – A Descriptive, Opinion based Survey by IPRH Preamble This survey is knowing about Quantification of a Single Dose in routine clinical practice. This survey does not inquire about Your prescription pattern i.e. single dose, or multiple doses etc. (repetition) Potency selection criteria. Polypharmacy and patents specific practice. Privacy Concerns This survey strictly …

The Unconventional Use of Ultra High (Homeopathic) Dilutions

Quick Research Byte The realm of ultra high dilutions has expanded from merely being used in homeopathy (clinical use of UHDs = Homeopathy). The use of UHDs have been experimented in various fields such as Agronomy, Veterinary, Dentistry, Public Health Care system etc., but lately their application has a new avenue to be experimented upon. In 2016, Nandy et al …

Research Updates – Homeopathy, Volume 6, Issue 3 is Online Now

READ ONLINE or Download at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/ejournal In this issue: An Exclusive Interview with Prof. Paolo Bellavite. Homeopathic Research Database Update. Studies to be Read. Fundamental Research. Beneficial immunomodulatory and neuro digestive effect in Trypanosoma cruzi infection after Lycopodium clavatum 13c treatment Phosphorus protects cardiac tissue by modifying the immune response in rats infected by Trypanosoma cruzi. M1 homeopathic complex trigger effective …

Nanoparticles in Homeopathy – Recent Research Shows Hormetic Activation with High Dilutions

In the year 2010 Prof. P.S Chikrammane, Prof. Jayesh Bellare and team published one of the highly acclaimed papers on nano particles[i] – The nanoparticulate hypothesis. The work concluded that the nano particles are presented even at dilution more than Avogadro’s limit, which may be one the mode of actions of homeopathic medicine in human beings. In 2012 the team …

For Those Who Use Nux vomica in Their Clinical Practice

Strychnos Nux-vomica: A Poisonous Plant with Various Aspects of Therapeutic Significance Nux vomica (or Strychnos Nux vomica (Family: Loganiaceae)) is a poisonous plant, commonly used in various medical systems such as traditional Chinese and Indian systems of medicine, and Homeopathy.  Despite being poisonous it is commonly used for treating diseases such as paralytic and neuralgic affections, dyspepsia, itching, urinary disorders, …