Govt of India initiated new Drug Development in Homeopathy

Ministry of AYUSH Govt of India invitation to send your suggestions  on New Monographs of New Drugs to be included in the HPI (Homœpathic Pharmacopoeia of India) and amendment in Chapter of HPI-IV related to preparation of nosodes

The Ministry of AYUSH has identified the need for New Drug Development in Homeopathy.  It must be recalled that all the nosodes (over 45) were developed over 90 years ago in Europe and America. Those nosodes didn’t have scientific guidelines and documentation in those years.

All homoeopaths and researchers are requested to download the document, spend some time on making suggestions to improve the New Drug Development guidelines. Congratulations to AYUSH, CCRH and Dr Rajesh Sha

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Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee (HPC) in its 105th meeting held on 07.07.2017 and subsequently another meeting held on dated 24th October 2017 at Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, Hqrs., New Delhi  has decided to invite comments/ suggestions/ objections if required from Homoeopathic Pharmacy experts/ teachers/ researchers/ industry/ academics /consumer groups etc. on the following drafts recommended  by the Committee:

i. Inclusion criteria of new monograph of drugs in Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (HPI). (Annexure-I) :Click Here

ii.Amendments in Chapter of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (HPI) Volume-IV (at annexure XXVI, pg. no. 136-137) related to preparation of nosodes. (Annexure-II) :Click Here

It is therefore requested that concerned researchers, academicians and stakeholders may submit their comments on these drafts. The last date for submitting the suggestions is within 45 days of publication of this notice on the website. The comments may kindly be sent to Director General, CCRH as Member Secretary, Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee (HPC) at email-ID  and copy to  and

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