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January-March 2017 | Vol 11 | Issue 1

Editorial

Significance of animal model research in homoeopathy

Basic research in Homoeopathy is in exploratory stage with generating scientific plausibility of ultra-dilutions and further understanding the mechanism of their action. The number of preclinical stud...

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Review Article

Action of diosgenin and homoeopathic pathogenesis of Dioscorea villosa

Background: Dioscorea villosa is a popular herbal remedy for pains. Early Americans used this to treat colic which is also established in homoeopathic proving and verified clinically alo...

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Original Article

What is a homoeopathic symptom, in daily practice and research?

Background: For two centuries, homoeopathic practitioners are using personal characteristics, symptoms, and diagnoses/conditions to compare the “patient picture” with the “med...

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Original Article

Analysis of antioxidant activity and total phenolic content of some homoeopathic mother tinctures

Background: Antioxidant compounds are widely used in health protection. Homoeopathic mother tinctures are commonly prescribed for prevention and cure of many illnesses. Objective: The pr...

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Original Article

Pharmacognostic and physicochemical evaluation of homoeopathic drug: Erigeron canadensis L.

Background: Erigeron canadensis L. is an erect annual herb belonging to the family Asteraceae. Aerial parts are used in Homoeopathy for bruises, cough, dysuria, gonorrhea, haemorr...

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