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 published “Why Extreme Dilutions Reach Non-zero Asymptotes: A Nanoparticulate Hypothesis Based on Froth Flotation[ii]”, and concluded that all dilutions are apparent and not real in term of the concentrations of the starting raw material. Further, in 2016, the team published
Reproduced with permission from the original text* of Marcus Zulian Teixeira, MD, BC Homeopathy; PhD, Medical Sciences; Professor of “Fundamentals of Homeopathy”, School of Medicine, University of São Paulo; Member of Technical Chamber for Homeopathy, Regional Medical Council of the State of São Paulo (CREMESP, Brazil). Upon discussing homeopathy in various settings, we often find that people react with mistrust, raise doubts about its scientific grounds and therapeutic validity. Widely disseminated in the mass media, in an indistinct and reiterated manner, the fallacy – or post-truth – asserting “there are no scientific evidence for homeopathy” is incorporated into the collective subconscious, which thus
We are in dire need of an effective therapeutic for #Malaria. Till date #Malaria is still counted as one of the most deadly infectious disease. Amidst parasitic resistance and need of an effective therapies there have been various modes of treatments used for it. Homeopathy is one of the most common alternative systems of medicine used in cases of Malaria. The present review paper delineates the latest research in this field which can provide a base for designing better methodologies in the field of homeopathic antimalarial therapy.
Let the science be challenged by science only and not skepticism International Journal of High Dilution Research latest issue 15(3) is available online now! Spectroscopic, Dielectric Dispersion and Quantum Electrodynamical viewpoint of Ultrahigh Dilutions Dr. Saurav Arora firstname.lastname@example.org In previous issues, Sukul et al published two papers on Raman spectroscopic profiles of Sulphur, Natrum mur, Calcarea carb and Sepia. The authors observed that the free water molecules and hydrogen bond strength of OH groups are two unique features that differentiate a drug and even potency. The latest article in this issue is in continuation of the previous work. In this
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
International Journal of High Dilution Research (IJHDR or commonly known as High Dilution) has served as an important platform for the divulgation of research in the field of high dilution and homeopathy since its foundation in 2008. It is an invaluable resource for researchers, academicians and clinicians being the first open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal specialized in this field. HD is hosted by Groupe International de Recherche sur l’Infinitesimal (GIRI) (www.giriweb.com) and publishes high-quality articles on fundamental/basic research in high dilution, isopathy, biotherapy, nosodes, clinical research/evidence-based homeopathy, veterinary, agronomy, reviews, meta-analyses, systematic reviews, etc. HD believes in making information freely accessible
Dear Dr., The latest issue of Research Updates-Homeopathy (Volume 4, Issue: 1) is out now. Research Updates is a quarterly research awareness ejournal published under Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy by Dr. Saurav Arora (www.audesapere.in). This issue features: NHMRC’s View on Homeopathy: Do we need to pay attention? Generic Protocol for Clinicians: An overview Generic Protocol for Clinicians: Hypothyroidism Presentation and resource material: Hypothyroidism: Enhancing Clinical Practice & Research Studies to be read (Abstract of peer reviewed studies published during first quarter of 2015) I invite your comments and contribution. You may download the issue for free at http://audesapere.in/ejournal/volume-4-issue-1/ You may