Monthly Archives: April 2012

A bouquet of Homeopathic books in pdb format

Special 257th Hahnemann Birthday edition This set contains 34 books & ISILO  software needed to open these books. Details : http://drprabhattandon.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/a-bouquet-of-homeopathic-books-in-pdb-format-special-257th-hahnemann-birthday-edition/ An appeal :If any of you...

Potency problem in homeopathy

Dr Sayeed Ahmad The selection of potency has all along been a burning problem in homoeopathy. To fulfil the highest ideal of cure, not only...

Hahnemann’s final direction on dose & repetition

Dr J D Patil, P.G.Director DKMM Homeo College.Aurangabad Based on 6th edition of Organon "As Homoeopathy is a revolution in the field of Medicine, so is the...

Miasmatic Prescription: Philosophy & Utility

Dr  Subrata Kumar Banerjea The Utility and Incorporation of Miasm in Prescribing: The consideration of miasms is of paramount importance in effective homoeopathic prescribing particularly in...

Totality of Symptoms in Homeopathy

Dr Felix James V The concept ‘totality of symptoms ‘ is peculiar to homoeopathy. Homoeopathy teaches us to treat the individual with the disease and...

Eighteenth Century Medicine

Dr Felix James.V George Ernst Stahl (1661 –1734) In his opinion soul and body were closely blended and the source of all vital movement was the...

PHILOSOPHY – An Overview for PG students

Dr T  Abdu Rahiman BHMS,MD(Hom) Former Principal & Controlling Officer of Homeopathy. Kerakla Taken from the Greek word phillen, which means love' and 'wisdom'. Philosophy is the...

Idiosyncrasy in Homoeopathy

Dr Felix James Dr. Samuel Hahnemann talks of ‘idiosyncrasy’ in § 117, while describing proving of drug substances upon healthy individuals. In the §...

PHILOSOPHY – A Comprehensive Study

HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY I. Nature, involvements, and writing of the history of philosophy PHILOSOPHY IN THE WESTERN TRADITION GENERAL CONSIDERATION OF THE HlSTORY OF PHILOSOPHY The writing...

Paracelsus and Homoeopathy

Dr Partha P Ray Brief biography of Paracelsus: Early years:  Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus Von Hohenheim popularly known as Paracelsus was born Nov. 11 or...

Role of Constitution in Homeopathy

Dr Beenadas "No knowledge is perfect unless it includes an understanding of the origin - that is, the beginning ; and as all man's diseases originate...

Nepal – new policy on homeopathy education soon

KATHMANDU: Minister for Education Dinanath Sharma has said discussions are on for bringing new policy for developing the homeopathic medical education. "Modern medical science has...

Kerala enhanced retirement age of Homeo College Teachers to 60

Govt of Kerala GO MS No.108/2012 H & FWD dated 09.04.2012 enhanced the retirement age of Homeopathic Medical College Teachers of Kerala from 56...

An outline of Organon of Medicine for Students

This outline was prepared by Julian Winston for the students of the Wellington College of  Homeopathy. It was printed in the USA in Homeopathy...

Concept of Disease and Totality of Symptoms

Dr Beena Abraham Concept of disease. Disease is the abnormally altered state of life chactererized by a sensation of uneasiness and discomfort due to the dynamic...

Posology and its Relavance in Homoeopathy

Dr Mohd Furqan Aamer    The term posology originates from the Greek, posos meaning how much and logos meaning study or discourse. Definition of Posology: Posology means...

Homeopathic Remedy Response

Dr Srinivas Reddy What your mind does not know, your eyes can’t see”. So to have a clear perception and observation. One must have clear...

Law of single remedy in Homoeopathy

Dr Achama Lenu Thomas “All this was pure ostentation. It was a mode of treatment that did no good to the patients”. This Hahnemann...

Suppression & Palliation in Homeopathy

Dr Jenita  R Fernandes  Black's medical dictionary defines suppression as: The stopping of any physiological activity A psychological defence mechanism by which an individual intentionally refuses...

Organon Of Medicine – A Critical Study of Different Editions

Dr  Subhas Singh In the 17 18 and 19 century Empirical physicians accepted the principle of the immediacy of therapeutic experience and sought ways...