Currently allopathic medicines are only included in various National Health/Disease control Programmes of Govt. of India.
Can we substitute with our Homoeopathic Medicines?.
Since Homoeopathy medicines are free from side effects, safe, easily administrable, affordable and cost effective – in a developing country like India.
Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) and Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) should think about this and submit proposal and conduct research in this aspect.
That opens a new avenue to Homoeopaths and Homoeopathy in India.
Ayurvedic and Unani drugs in the drug kits are already included.
We already have Homeopathic Medical Kit for common ailments of the mother and child under Healthy mother and Happy Child programme.
Currently allopathic medicines are prescribed by homoeopathy doctors employed in various national health programmes. Young talented Homoeopaths will get a dignified job also by prescribing our own medicines.
These are the some National Health Programmes
- National AIDS Control Programme (AIDS)
- National Cancer Control Programme (cancer)
- National Filaria Control Programme (filariasis)
- National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme (iodine deficiency)
- National Leprosy Eradication Programme (leprosy)
- National Mental Health Programme (mental health)
- National Programme for Control of Blindness (blindness)
- National Programme for Prevention and Control of Deafness (deafness)
- National Tobacco Control Programme (tobacco control)
- National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP) (vector-borne disease)
- Pilot Programme on Prevention and Control of Diabetes, CVD and Stroke (diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke)
- Revised National TB Control Programme (tuberculosis)
- Universal Immunization Programme
We can select some areas and suggest an effective alternate after trial and research.
Let us hope Homeopathy Organisations, CCRH & CCH will think and work in this direction