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Homoeopathy For All - March 2012 issue


Fight Respiratory Diseases Naturally
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
An increasing number of people are turning to homeopathy to boost their immune systems in order to fight disease naturally. Homoeopathy is intended to make you healthier not just by fighting symptoms but by addressing the root problem—an imbalance in the body. Through the use of natural ingredients such as various herbs introduced into the body, homeopathy can boost the immune system to fight off disease and to even prevent sickness in the future.
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Bronchitis and Homoeopathic Approach
By Dr. S. Sabarirajan, Dr. S. R. Ameerkhan Babu
Bronchitis is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi, the airways that carry airflow from the trachea into the lungs. Homoeopathy treats bronchitis constitutionally considering totality of symptoms. Sometimes in acute attacks of bronchitis, specific homoeopathic medicines also have to be given for instant relief.
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Rare and Uncommon Drugs and Lower Respiratory Disorders
By Dr.R. Valavan
Homoeopathy is known for its effectiveness in chronic diseases. Its efficacy in respiratory diseases is also confirmed by several studies. Specifically, there are studies conducted on LRDs, few of which are given below. This article tries to explore such rare drugs with their indications. A compilation from different sources has been done in tabular form for ready reference.
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Ipecacuanha in Uterine Haemorrhages
By Dr. B.S. Suvarna
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New Homeopathic Medicines: Use of Modern Drugs According to the Principle of Similitude
By Dr. Marcus Zulian Teixeira
Grounded on Hahnemann’s premise, since 2003 the authors organisation here is systematically proposing to employ modern drugs according to the homeopathic healing principle. This is a brief presentation of the work being done on the use of modern drugs according to the principle of similitude.
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Lower Respiratory Tract Infections
By Dr. Mudita Arora & Dr. Ankita Singh
Lower respiratory tract infection comprises an array of diseases, its asperity can sway from non-pneumonic LRTI to pneumonia or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It’s not always easy to separately diagnose LRTI, as it can be confused with upper respiratory tract infection, the dividion between pneumonia and bronchitis is also difficult.
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Clinical Evaluation of Homoeopathic Remedies in Acute Otitis
By Dr. Arun Bhasme
A clinical evaluation study was undertaken in the OPD services at Sonajirao Kshirsagar Homoeopathic medical college, Beed, Maharashtra to evaluate the efficacy of homoeopathic remedies in the treatment of acute otitis.
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Biochemic System - Dr. K. Misra >> Page 59
Pondering Views - Dr. P.N. Varma >> Page 68



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