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

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 responses against Leishmania (L) amazonensis in vivo and in vitro. Increased of the hepatocytes and splenocytes apoptosis accompanies clinical improvement and higher survival in mice infected with Trypanosoma cruzi and treated with highly diluted Lycopodium clavatum. Homeopathic medicines cause Th1

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Research Updates-Homeopathy Volume5-Issue 4

The latest issue of Research-Updates Homeopathy is now available at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/ejournal Read on Scribd

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Research Updates-Homeopathy Volume5-Issue3

Read online on Scribd Fundamental Research in Homeopathy: Recent Developments and Physics Interfaces Homeopathy is the second largest medical system practiced across the globe, and also amongst the most controversial therapeutic medical systems. The biggest controversy relates with the “Nature” of the ultra-high dilutions (UHDs). The UHDs are expected to devoid of “active therapeutic molecules”; termed simple dilution, and hence, compared with placebo. The modus operandi still remains a challenge for UHDs. But science in this area has gone beyond the boundaries of test tubes. An extensive research has been carried out to prove the plausibility of homeopathy. Homeopathy has

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Keep Abreast with Latest Research in Homeopathy – Vol 5 Issue 2

The latest issue of Research Updates-Homeopathy by Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy is out now. The issue may be read below or downloaded at RUH-vol-5-issue-2.

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Use of Nosodes in Homeopathic Clinical Practice: A Survey

Abstract Nosodes are homeopathic preparations of organic materials derived from inactivated disease products, cultures of microorganisms (e.g., bacteria, fungi and viruses) or parasites, infected or pathologically changed material or decomposition products from humans or animals, rendered safe during the homeopathic manufacturing process. In homeopathic clinical practice, nosodes have an important and indispensable part. They are frequently indicated as common, intercurrent, anti-miasmatic, or acute remedies, etc., depending on the physician’s perception. But there are variations in their clinical use, which might be influenced by the background knowledge, experience, expertise and preconceived notions of practitioners. The present survey sought to find the

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Survey: Use of Homeopathy in Veterinary

Homeopathy has been used for various veterinary ailments since long, even from the time of Hahnemann. Veterinary practice is in vogue since then, and there is a considerable demonstration of efficacy of homeopathy in veterinary at both clinical and research level. The current survey is a descriptive, opinion based survey that collects information about a physician’s outlook towards use of homeopathy in veterinary practices, with special emphasis to homeopathic therapeutics (commonly used remedies), commonly treated animals and their diseases etc. The results of the survey may guide us to understand the clinical applicability of homeopathy in veterinary, extent of use

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Survey: Quantity of dose in routine homeopathic practice

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Data Record & Assessment Form For Treated Thyroid Disorders (DRAFTT) – Beta Version

 

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Trend of Nosodes Usage in Homeopathic Practice

As homeopathic physicians we use nosodes in our daily practice. Nosodes have become an indispensable part of various cure, palliations and relief. But approach regarding their usage varies and depends upon the philosophy with which they are taught. Keeping this thing in mind a survey has been undertaken on “Trend of Nosodes Usage in Homeopathic Practice” to explore the trends of Nosode usage in clinical practice . The survey is completely online and only takes a minute or two. It can be filled in any internet browser and even using your mobiles. It is a sincere request you to kindly

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