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Schwabe News Volume 3| Issue 1 | February 2012 | 2012-02-01


Volume 3 | Issue 1 | February 2012 | Editorial Advisor: Dr. P. N. Varma | Editor: Dr. R. Valavan



  • Editorial

  • Homoeopathy has been facing unjustifiable criticisms from a section of western lobbyists and big-pharmas funded organisations, especially in the European continent. Despite this many Governments continue their budget allocation for homoeopathy...
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  • Current News

  • Neutral Swiss government’s report recommends homoeopathy for its effectiveness, safety and economy compared with conventional treatment

    17 February, 2012: The Swiss government has produced the most comprehensive governmental report ever written on homoeopathy, looking at the evidence from randomized double-blind and placebo controlled clinical trials. The report also looked...
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  • Homoeopathy has a valuable role in New Zealand’s Health Industry

    The New Zealand Council of Homoeopaths endorses the findings of a Swiss report by Bornhoft et al, the most comprehensive analysis of homoeopathy done by a government. This report has affirmed that homoeopathic treatment is both efficient...
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  • Gujarat CM Hon’ble Shri Narendra Modi inaugurates national homoeopathy conference in Gandhinagar

    Gandhinagar, Tuesday, February 07, 2012: Inaugurating the national homoeopathy conference in Gandhinagar today Chief Minister Narendra Modi called upon homoeopaths to create an atmosphere of trust among people for the homoeopathic...
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  • Clinical Verification

    Parthenium hysterophorus

    It is commonly called as bitter-broom, congress grass, escoba amargo. It is a plant up to 1.0 m in height, that is native to the American tropics, but also seen in almost all over India and other countries like Australia, parts of...
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  • Mother tincture info

    Justicia adhatoda

    It is also known as Adhatoda vasica Nees.  It belongs to the family Acanthaceae.  It is native to India, growing in the low-lying regions upto Himalayas.  A dense evergreen shrub, 1-2.5 m high stem with yellowish bark with...
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  • Product watch

    ALPHA - CF

  • Cold and influenza are infections which are mainly caused by viruses.  They however differ in terms of organs they affect and afflictions experienced. ALPHA – CF (COLD & FLU) has a wide spectrum of coverage over complaints...
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  • Research news

  • Effects of Ignatia amara in mouse behavioural models
  • A Homoeopathic Approach to Treat Patients with Advanced Gallbladder, Periampullary, and Liver Carcinomas: A Report of 3 Cases
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