Is it the Breakthrough in Homeopathy We Have Been Waiting For? – Magnetic Photons and Homeopathic Modus Operandi?

A recent paper by Lenger Karin, Institute for Scientific Homeopathy, Offenbach D-63065, Germany titled, “Homeopathy—A Regulation Therapy Healing Hypo- or Hyper-functions of Pathological Pathways by Magnetic Photons according to the Resonance Principle” published in Journal of Life Sciences 11 (2017) 53-64; doi: 10.17265/1934-7391/2017.02.001 claims an important finding for the most burning question of century – the Modus Operandi of Homeopathy! The excerpts of the …

An Exclusive Interview With Prof. Paolo Bellavite

An Exclusive Interview  Prof. (Dr.) PAOLO BELLAVITE By Dr. Saurav Arora Founder About Prof. (Dr.) Paolo Bellavite Prof. (Dr.) Paolo Bellavite is a medical doctor, graduated from Trieste University (I) in 1976, specialized in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology. He holds an MPhil in Biotechnology (Cranfield University, UK) and a Master in Health Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology.  Until the academic year …

Abstract Book-Nanotechnology: From Materials to Medicines and Their Social Impact

This abstract book is the official compendium of the abstracts of the presentations given during the One Day National Symposium on Nanotechnology: From Materials to Medicines and Their Social Impact at Birla Industrial and Technological Museum, Kolkata on 25 March 2017. READ ONLINE DOWNLOAD

Did You Know! IPRH is The First Exclusive Open Access Portal to Promote Research in Homeopathy Since 2011

Did you know? Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH) is the first, exclusive, open access portal to promote Research in Homeopathy, running successfully since 2011! IPRH host Homeopathic Research Database which compiles peer-reviewed work in Homeopathy and currently holds 1000+ homeopathic research studies. IPRH publishes a free, quarterly, e-journal Research Updates-Homeopathy IPRH has published some of the key documents …

Homeopathic Research Database Update Nov 2016

The Homeopathic Research Database by Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy now indexes 1000 research publications in homeopathy, and the counting is still on! The research publications are indexed according to the type of study like Fundamental, Clinical, Veterinary, Agro, etc. This is surely an authentic & scientific answer to all skeptics and non-believers of homeopathy. The research in homeopathy …

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, …

Application of High dilution in Basic and Allied Homeopathic Research: Glimpses of India’s Major Contributions

Author: Dr. Saurav Arora, Editor, International Journal of High Dilution Research (www.highdilution.org); Founder, Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (www.researchinhomeoapthy.org); For permission to reprint, use information or report error get in touch at info@audesapere.in Abstract The use of high dilutions are in vogue since inception of homeopathy, when Christian Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathic system of medicine, began experimentation with various …

Generic Protocol for Clinicians – [PHORECISS] An initiative by IPRH

PHORECISS: Promotion of Homeopathic Research Through Community Initiated and Supported Studies PHORECISS represents part of our society who is interested in sharing knowledge and coming together to support research in homeopathy. After the successful development of draft on “Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy“, IPRH has undertaken further steps. As a part of PHORECISS a new initiative called “Generic Protocol …

Database of Scientific Publications in Homeopathy

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Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy – V 1.2

In May 2014, IPRH published the first version (1.1) of Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy (PARH) whose development was guided by common questions people usually ask, “where and what to start researching in homeopathy”. This document received many comments and criticism, and the same have been considered for version 1.2. Few changes have been made along with updates. However, the …