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April-June 2017 | Vol 11 | Issue 2

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Medical pluralism, regulations and pharmacopoeia: A perspective

Pluralistic healthcare delivery is a way forward to achieve universal health coverage. Medical pluralism (MP) is defined as employment and coexistence of more than one medical system (modern and var...

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Original Article

Phytochemical analysis and evaluation of antioxidant potential of ethanol extract of Allium cepa and ultra-high homoeopathic dilutions available in the market: A comparative study

Introduction: As per statistics available with the WHO, 80% of the earth's population rely on traditional medicine for their primary health-care needs and most of this therapy involve...

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Original Article

Homoeopathic pathogenetic trial of Withania somnifera: A multicentric, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial

Background: Homoeopathic drug proving being the first step in finding the pathogenetic powers of a drug is an integral part of Homoeopathic system of medicine. Objective: To elicit the...

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Original Article

Comparative standardization study for determination of reserpine in Rauwolfia serpentina homoeopathic mother tinctures manufactured by different pharmaceutical industries using HPTLC as a check for quality control

Background: Rauwolfia serpentina (L.) Benth. ex Kurz (Apocynaceae) (Indian snakeroot), popularly known as Sarpagandha (Sanskrit), is used for the treatment of insanity, fever, s...

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Perspective

Medical pluralism in Europe and India: Concept, historical background, perspectives

Discontent and Medical Pluralism Charles Miller Leslie, the medical anthropologist who first applied the concept of medical pluralism in global comparison, made a crucial statement a...

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