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 challenges are rising proportionally to our growth. The challenge and criticism can only be tackled if we aim to work with self-consciousness, acceptability and close association.
At this point in time, our approach must not be centred to improve the popularity of homeopathy alone, but to enhance its reach to every segment of society with proven scientificity. We need research! The research that is oriented to report the actual facts, and not the positive findings only. Our success stories need to be translated into validated evidence. We need to reach to practitioners and motivated them to come out of their shells and contribute towards the success of homeopathy by contributing evidence.
At every front, be it research, practice or teaching we apply four basic rules – baseline teaching, experience, experimentation and intuition. Over the decades we have strengthened our teaching and experience but grossly neglected the research part, therefore, there is a gap between the teaching, preaching, practising and experimentation. We are still taught to believe our science as a religion and not a scientific battleground where we must fight and win.
The time is not far when we would be answerable to the community at large and also to ourselves. We must be well prepared because “The Adventure has Begun” and we must “Take a Leap of Faith and Begin This Wondrous New Year by Believing” and take the road less travelled to explore the unexplored, to see the unseen, to discover the hidden, and to validate Homeopathy as a Plausible Science.
In the latest issue of Research Updates – Homeopathy
- Survey by IPRH: Dose Quantification in Homeopathy
- Studies to be Read – Abstracts of peer-reviewed studies published in reputed journal.
- In vivo evaluation of antipyretic effects of some homeopathic ultra-high dilutions on Baker’s yeast-induced fever on Similia principle.
- Beneficial immunomodulatory and neuro digestive effect in Trypanosoma cruzi infection after Lycopodium clavatum 13c treatment.
- M1 homeopathic complex trigger effective responses against Leishmania (L) amazonensis in vivo and in vitro.
- Therapeutic potential of HIV nosode 30c as evaluated in A549 lung cancer cells
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance characterization of traditional homeopathically manufactured copper (Cuprum metallicum) and plant (Gelsemium sempervirens) medicines and controls
- Homeopathic treatment as an alternative prophylactic to minimize bacterial infection and prevent neonatal diarrhea in calves.
- Model validity of randomised placebo-controlled trials of non-individualised homeopathic treatment
- Treatment of Postoperative Sore Throat With the Aid of the Homeopathic Remedy Arnica montana: A Report of Two Cases.
- Homeopathic Treatment of Vitiligo: A Report of Fourteen Cases.
- Integrative Treatment of Chronic Abdominal Bloating and Pain Associated With Overgrowth of Small Intestinal Bacteria: A Case Report.Embryonal Carcinoma with Immature Teratoma: A Homeopathic Case Report
- Homeopathic treatment for prolonged postoperative coma: a case report.
- Remission of Schizoaffective Disorder Using Homeopathic Medicine: 2 Case Reports.
- Whooping Cough Alleviated by Homeopathic Medicines: A Case Report.
- Homeopathic therapy for sleep bruxism in a child: Findings of a 2-year case report.
Case reports on integrated management of tubercular disease
- Hormesis and Homeopathy: Toward a New Self-Consciousness
- A review of machines and devices to potentize homeopathic medicines
- Private and institutionalised patients’ use of homeopathy in the early nineteenth century
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