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   2010| January-March  | Volume 4 | Issue 1  
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DRUG STANDARDISATION
Homoeopathic raw drug plant sources- II: Non-Angiosperm Groups Bryophytes, Pteridophytes & Gymnosperms
D Suresh Baburat, HC Gupta
January-March 2010, 4(1):15-20
Among the plants used in the homoeopathic system of medicine,by far a large number are derived from the flowering plants. Of the lower groups,those having chlorophyll but lacking a proper organized higher plant structure belong to Algae and Lichens which have been dealt with separately, along with the non­ chlorophyllous Fungi. The Bryophytes constitute a separate group of which only one representative is used in Homoeopathy. These plants too lack an organized plant body though analogous structures begin to evolve. From the group of plants known as Pteridophytes, an organized plant body structure emerges having stem-like,root-like and leaf-like organs.Only five Pteridophytes are used among which Lycopodium clavatum of wide usage belongs.Among the group called Gymnosperms which had been dominant in by gone periods such as the Cambrian, Ordovician (500 to 300 million years ago) of the Palaeozoic era contributing to the formation of coal and petroleum, important plants like Thuja occidentalis, Ginkgo biloba and Taxus baccata belong,which are used in Homoeopathy;seventeen Gymnosperms have beenlisted
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CLINICAL RESEARCH
Usefulness of homoeopathic therapy in Distress During Climacteric Years
SK Bindra, Jaya Gupta, Vikram Singh, C Naya
January-March 2010, 4(1):21-30
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COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH
Effect of homoeopathic drugs used in insomnia on serum melatonin and cortisol levels inhealthy volunteers
B Gitanjali, C Nayak, Janardanan Nair, AniI Khurana, R Raveendran, M Prakash Rao
January-March 2010, 4(1):47-55
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DRUG PROVING
Skookum chuck-A multicentric double blind Homoeopathic Pathogenetic Trial
Anil Khurana, VA Siddiqui, Yogender Rai, S Prakash, NR Dey
January-March 2010, 4(1):8-14
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CLINICAL RESEARCH
A Prospective Multicenter Observational Study to evolve the usefulness of the nine predefined homoeopathic medicines in Furunculosis
C Nayak, V Singh, K Singh, H Singh, PS Chakravorty, S Kaushik, V Roja, K Patidar, M Padmanabhan, RP Gupta, UP Yadao, A Sorens, B Singh, R Bavaskar, PK Kundu, S Kumar
January-March 2010, 4(1):31-37
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CASE RECORD
Diabetic Distal Symmetric Polyneuropathy: A case study
Ch Raveendar
January-March 2010, 4(1):38-46
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FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH
Effect of homeopathic medicines on Transplanted Tumors in mice
ES Sunila, Girija Kuttan, KC Preethi, Ramadasan Kuttan
January-March 2010, 4(1):1-7
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EDITORIAL
Editorial
C Nayak
January-March 2010, 4(1):0-0
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