A Compendium of Abstracts of Studies on Extracts, Homeopathy, and High dilution by Prof AR Khuda-Bukhsh

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This compendium is the most updated work of Prof AR Khuda-Bukhsh who is a legendary scientist, devoted to research in high dilutions and homeopathy.

Prof. A.R. Khuda-Bukhsh, Ph.D., is the former Head, Deptt. of Zoology, University of Kalyani, and Retired Professor Emeritus, University Grants Commission, Govt. of India, at the University of Kalyani. Dr. Khuda Bukhsh has devoted more than 35 years in research and has been involved in various research studies on extracts, homeopathy, and high dilutions. He is also the one who proposed Gene Regulatory Hypothesis of homeopathic remedies decades back.

This compendium covers 118 peer-reviewed publications on various aspects of homeopathy, and high dilutions till date. This compendium is a reference work of pure hard work, dedication, and insight.


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For decades, there is a war amongst homeopathy and skeptics! Numerous studies have been undertaken which confirms the efficacy of high dilutions and homeopathy, but due to lack of repositories and awareness, many of them go unnoticed. There is a need to preserve such studies.

The Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy has taken a step ahead in this line. With the kind help of Prof. Anisur Rahman Khuda Bukhsh, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Zoology, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India, who is known for his dedication in research, has compiled “A Compendium of Abstracts of Studies on extracts, homeopathy and high dilution” published by him and his team.

Dr. Bukhsh has devoted more than 35 years in research and has been involved in various research studies on extracts, homeopathy, and high dilutions. He is also the one who proposed Gene Regulatory Hypothesis of homeopathic remedies decades back. This compendium is a reference work of pure hard work, dedication, and insight.

This compendium covers most of his publication titles on fundamental and basic research extracts, homeopathy, and high dilutions. The compendium may be downloaded for free at link

 
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