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Schwabe News Volume 6 | Issue 7-9 | July - September 2015 | 2015-10-14

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Editorial

This issue’s current news covers four different events. First is the CME programme organised by Schwabe India in Kolkata. Two notable personalities, an eminent jurist Justice A. K. Ganguli and a senior homoeopathic research official Dr. D. B. Sarkar, have honoured the occasion as guests.

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Current News

CME program organised by Schwabe India at Kolkata

Kolkata is the place where the use of homoeopathy is at the top in the country. The state was the first to constitute a Homoeopathic State Faculty in 1943. When we at Schwabe India thought of conducting a CME program, it was Kolkata which came to our mind first.

Schwabe India has awarded top 3 BHMS students of Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, New Delhi

Schwabe India has been awarding first three rank holders of homoeopathic colleges to encourage the deserving homoeopathic students. This time in a college programme conducted at Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College...

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Schwabe India supported workshop at Delhi Board of Homoeopathic System of Medicine

As an active participant, Schwabe India frequently sponsors and participates in conferences, seminars, workshops, CME, etc. On 4th August 2015 Schwabe India had sponsored a workshop at the Seminar Hall, Delhi Board of Homoeopathic System...

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Schwabe India is the Healthcare partner of The Indian Science Festival

The Indian Science Festival is the event organised with the focus of giving exposure to children of scientific experiments. This 3 day science extravaganza was a path breaking concept that included an array of workshops...

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PROVING

Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo biloba, also called as Galisburin Adiantifolia, Maidenhair tree, Fossil tree, Fan tree, Japanese nut tree, Japanese temple tree, elephant’s ear tree, forty coin tree and grandfather-grandson tree, is the oldest living fossil. The Hahnemannian proving was conducted in the year 1933 by E.A. Maury...

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Azadirachta indica

Commonly known as Neem, it is a tree native to India and Indian subcontinent  including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Pakistan. It grows in tropical and semi-tropical regions. It homoeopathic medicine is prepared from the bark. It is covered by Homoeopathic Pharamocopoeia of India. It was introduced by Dr. S. C. Ghose...

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Mother tincture info

Lemna minor

It is commonly known as common duckweed. It is an aquatic plant consisting of minute thalli each bearing a single root on the under surface. Thallus is circular to elliptic or obovate...

Duboisia myoporoides

It is a member of the Solanaceae family. A tall glabrous shrub or small tree, flowers, axillary clusters, white with two-lipped calyx; corolla, funnel-shaped; limb, five parted...

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PRODUCT WATCH

Klimaktolan

Menopause or final menstruation marks the end of reproductive fertility in women. It is preceded by hormonal changes over ten years or more as oestrogen (main female sex hormone) concentrations gradually decline and follicle stimulating hormone... 

Silicea Pentarkan

The dilated portion of a vein is known as varicose. A groove, cleft or narrow opening is called “fissure”.  Fistula is an abnormal tube like passage. Silicea  Pentarkan®  is useful...

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RESEARCH NEWS

Anti-proliferative effect of Klimaktoplan® on human breast cancer cells

With the health concerns of menopausal hormone replacement therapy, alternatives have been sought. Klimaktoplan® is a homoeopathic formulation consisting of four main components and has been used for relief of menopausal symptoms for a long time. The study investigated the safety of Klimaktoplan® through...

Lycopodium clavatum on memory functions and cerebral blood flow in memory

Lycopodium clavatum is a deep acting, predominantly anti-miasmatic remedy. It is a commonly used medicine for the gastric trouble, rheumatism, liver complaints, renal complaints, etc. Recent studies have shown that lycopodium has acetyl cholinesterase (AchE) inhibitory activity...

Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopic (FESEM) and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopic (EDS) Studies of Centesimal Scale Potencies of the Homoeopathic Drug   Lycopodium clavatum

Homoeopathic medicines are prepared by pharmacological method of potentisation or trituration in any of three scales viz. decimal, centesimal and 50 millesimal. In each process original quantity is divided by 10, 100, and 50,000 in each step respectively. Conventional medicine is generally available in concentration...

Use of nosodes in homoeopathic clinical practice

Nosodes are homoeopathic preparations derived from inactivated disease products, cultures of microorganisms like bacteria, fungi and viruses or parasites. Nosode word came from Greek word noso which means disease. Nosode has been used by Dr. Contestine Hering in between 1827...




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