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Schwabe News Volume 7 | Issue 4-6 | April - June 2016 | 2016-07-06

 

 

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • India is now becoming a homoeopathy hub. It leads the world with highest number of homoeopaths around 200 homoeopathic colleges with university level education, streamlined quality control drugs, research, and clinical infrastructure in the field of homoeopathy.

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  • Current News

  • International visitors to Schwabe India

  • Schwabe with its international repute attracts visitors from different parts of the world. Recently there were delegations which included international experts.
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  • Students and faculty members from across India visited Schwabe India

  • Around 825 students and faculty members have visited Schwabe India from April to June 2016. They were from different homoeopathic medical colleges covering length and breadth of the country.
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  • Schwabe India’s participation in “India International Yoga & Wellness Exhibition”

  • Schwabe India has always been playing an active and vital role to spread awareness of homoeopathy. It regularly participates in major health events like
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  • New Product launches & Line-Extension

  • Schwabe Group is the pioneer in taking new initiatives in homoeopathy. Starting from the quality aspects by the founder, there are many new drugs, new techniques have been introduced into homoeopathy.
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  • Proving & clinical verification

  • Ficus religiosa

  • Ficus religiosa is a species native to the Indian subcontinent, south-west China and Indochina. It is also known as the bodhi tree or peepal tree. It was first proved by Dr. S. C. Ghose. It was first introduced in homoeopathy in 1903.
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  • Curcuma longa
  • It is a very common household spice in India, known as turmeric or haldi. It is native to India and Southern Asia. The drug was introduced and proved by Arya, Balachandran and Augustine, and published in Hahnemannian Gleanings, XLIV, No. 7, 1977, 320-30.
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  • Mother tincture info

  • Linum usitatissimum

  • It is commonly known as Flax. It is an annual herb, stem erect, smooth, about 7.0cm high and branching at the summit. Leaves small, up to 3.8 cm long, alternate, linear-lanceolate, attenuated at both ends.
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  • Hepatica triloba
  • Its common name is liverwort and botanical name is Hepatica nobalis. The genus name Hepatica refers to the liver like shape of the leaves. It is an evergreen, stemless herb, with a fibrous root.
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  • Product watch

  • Lilium tigr. Pentarkan

  • The natural vaginal discharge may vary considerably, especially under differing hormonal influences such as puberty, pregnancy or prescribed contraception.
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  • Kindival

  • Kindival is a homoeopathic tranquilliser specially formulated for children, including infants. Its components cause calming effect and favour sleep. It is non-toxic and has no addict forming constituent.
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  • Baptisia tinctoria 1x

  • Baptisia tinctoria is a herb, native of U.S.A and Canada. Planted as an ornamental perenniel, it an erect, plant of 1.5m in height. It contains isoflavones which are oestrogenic, flavonoids, alkaloids, coumarins and others.
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  • Research news

  • Single-blind study to assess the effect of Homoeopathic treatment of cancer patients against placebo

  • This study was aimed to assess the effect of individualised homoeopathic treatment (IHT), on clinical and quality of life (QoL), against placebo in patients suffering advanced cancer and receiving conventional palliative care.
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  • Homoeopathic medicinal product (known as Kindival in India) in children with sleep disorder and restlessness

  • The study was designed as a prospective, multicenter, randomized, open-label, comparative, and controlled. The duration of study was 28 days.
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  • Disclaimer

    The information provided herein is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice and should not be used during any medical emergency. A Registered Medical Practitioner should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions. Links to other sites are provided for information only and they do not constitute endorsements of those other sites.



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