There is an opportunity for you to make a difference. Check out the HWC homepage and you will find a banner-link to the NCACM draft report regarding research into alternative medicine to be conducted by the US National Institutes for Health. Homeopathy is alarmingly NOT a major focus of this report. Yoga, Meditation etc. are scheduled to be investigated- NOT homeopathy. Leave your comments on this page and state your concern for the future of your healing art and science. If not you- who? If… Continue
With the death of Mr William Rozario, the last speaker of Cochin
creole Portuguese, one more language disappeared in India. A few
months back, with the death of a woman, Bo language was disappeared
in Andaman Nicobar islands. Now the researchers know only a few words
used in these languages!
Cochin creole Portuguese is a blend of Portuguese and Malayalam. It
is different from Portuguese language spoken in other places.
Homoeopathy has many brilliant cures to it's credit right from the days of Hahnemann. Homoeopathy can boast of producing the stalwartness like Boenninghausen, Kent, Lippe, Guernsey, Allen, Nash, Boger, Clark, Hughes, Burnett and many more. Also, in the modern era, we are having many eminent Homoeopaths, who are rendering their services to the humanity for its better and sound health.
Each day we find many cases being treated successfully by Homoeopaths where conventional methods of… Continue
In order to understand what is cure in Homoeopathy, we must understand,the meaning of Recovery and Palliation. It is Homoeopathy alone that makes a sharp, logical and scientific distinction among these terms.
RECOVERY: We all know that a living organism has an inherent tendency to revert to normal balanced equilibrium, in more or less time, after being disturbed by any force. This tendency is manifested in both acute as well as chronic… Continue
This case came to me in the beginning of my practice when I was not much confident both in selection of the remedy, as well as, I did not have much knowledge of disease diagnosis/pathology.
A 5 month old female baby brought with the complaint of crying spells along with a note from the paediatrician who has examined the child mentioning--Intermittent colic? Intussusception. Advised-admission and further observation.…
NOTE: Companion Planting is what you do yourself so that you don't have to use chemicals in your garden. Companion planting is based on the idea that certain plants can benefit others when planted in near proximity. The scientific and traditional basis for these plant associations are discussed. A companion planting chart for common herbs, vegetables, and flowers is provided, as is a listing of literature resources for…
The case I am going to relate here is a hopeless case in which I failed to do some fine work because (1) the patient did not take the medicines seriously regularly I prescribed. (2) Perhaps I could not prescribe the most indicated medicine, so that the patient could not gain full confidence in homoeopathy; though he took the treatment I prescribed but half…
I want to share some information that I learned from a symposium and annual general meeting I attended this week. It was put on by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority. The keynote speakers were Terry O'Reilly, the radio host of CBC's "O'Reilly and The Age of Persuasion", and Mitch Joel, Social Media Expert and author of "Six Pixels of Separation". The panel - Architects of the Internet: Paul Vixie,…
Sorry Folks, this interview is in Marathi and may not be followed by majority on this site. Nevertheless I am posting the interview telecast on Zee TV Marathi Channel recently for the few who can understand the language. Dr. Shreepad is a close friend.
Definition> Types> Neonatal Jaundice Secondary to Unconjugated Hyperbilirubinemia> Neonatal Jaundice Secondary to Unconjugated Hyperbilirubinemia>Bibliography
The term jaundice, derived from the French jaune or yellow, is defined as yellow pigmentation of sclera, skin, and urine caused by hyperbilirubinemia. It is the common condition in newborns, when a baby has jaundice, either too much bilirubin is being produced or the… Continue
- Physical examination is taught in a formal way:
1. that ensures that examination is thorough & important signs are not overlooked because of haphazard method
2. the most convenient method for examining patients in bed & for particular conditions in various other postures
- Physical examination is divided into:
1. General examination (done first)
2. Systemic examination
- There is no local examination… Continue
THE LAWS INVOLVED IN THE OPERATION OF CELLS ARE UNKNOWN TO MODERN CHEMISTRY by T. D. Singh, Ph.D.)
Until the early part of the nineteenth century, chemists thought that what- ever happened in a living system could not be reproduced in the laboratory. In other words, Inorganic matter was thought to be fundamentally different from the organic matter composing living material bodies. The prevailing view was that a non-physical vital energy was operating in the living system. In 1828,… Continue
1902 P.Jousset investigated the effects of silver nitrate up to 25c on mycelium. He found significant results in their weights, finding that the silver nitrate stunted growth. (reported by Gabriel Bertrand) “The Extraordinary Sensitiveness of Aspergillus Niger to Manganese.” Comptes Rendus Academie des Science; 154, 616, 1912…
How many of us with several years of homoeopathic practice can boast of gaining real experience in Homoeopathy? Some of us have practised Homoeopathy for more than 30 and 40 years. How can we establish that we really gained experience?
Of course, some of the Homoeopaths with experience, have carried homoeopathy to new heights.
But unfortunately, some of us continued practising Homoeopathy for decades after decades, but with partial or superficial understanding and application… Continue