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April-June 2016 | Vol 10 | Issue 2

Editorial

Key areas of homoeopathic research

Research architects today are grappling with new strategies to evaluate and assess different aspects of Homoeopathy. The research planning (in Homoeopathy) should be organized and managed in a systema...

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Review Article

The contribution of homeogenomic and homeogenetic studies in the support of the practice of Homoeopathy

Almost two decades ago, it was postulated that homoeopathic remedies could deliver their benefits by interacting with the genetic blueprint. Over the years, the results of many homeogenomic gene expre...

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Original Article

Homoeopathic management of Schizophrenia: A prospective, non-comparative, open-label observational study

Objectives: To evaluate the usefulness of homoeopathic intervention in Schizophrenia, in untreated cases and antipsychotic treatment resistant cases, to verify indications of medicines, and to ...

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Original Article

Pharmacognostic and physicochemical standardization of homoeopathic drug: Rumex crispus L.

Background: Rumex crispus L., commonly called as "yellow dock" in English, "patience frisee" in French, and "Ampfer" in German, and 'aceda de culebra' in Spanish is a well-known h...

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Original Article

Standardization of the potentizing machine and quantification of impact of potentization

Introduction: Lack of accuracy and uniformity of impact have been the limitations of the ancient and current methods of potentization. Non-standardized electromechanical potentizers are in use ...

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