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Schwabe News Volume 7 | Issue 7-9 | July - Sept 2016 | 2016-10-17

 

 

 

Volume 7 | Issue 7-9 | July - Sept 2016 | Editorial Advisor : Dr. P. N. Varma

 Editor: Dr. R. Valavan | Editorial Assistant: Dr. Nitesh Sharma


Editorial

Lifestyle changes in the last few decades have brought new diseases or increased the prevalence of existing diseases. Cases of polycystic ovarian syndrome, uterine fibroids, etc. have been on rise.

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Current News

 New Product Launch Hertone, Dizester and B&T Body Care Products

The scientists working on new products take into consideration the need for the products in the clinical practice. Such new products are studied for stability and clinical efficacy.

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Students’ Industrial Visit to Schwabe India

There have been around 300 students and faculty members have visited Schwabe India

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 Medical Camp for Chikungunya and Dengue

Schwabe India has always been in the forefront to provide helping hand to the needy society. There is twin epidemic of Chikungunya and Dengue in the Delhi

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Proving & clinical verification

Ocimum canum

It is commonly known as Kalatulsi and its botanical name is Ocimum americanum Linn. Its stem and branches are subquardrangular.

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Mother Tincture info

Anthemis nobilis

Commonly known as Roman chamomile, it is native to western Europe, cultivated across Europe, and also in India and other temperate regions. The flowers are harvested as they open in summer.

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Blatta americana

It belongs to Blattidae family and its zoological name is Periplenata americana. American cockroaches generally live in moist areas, but can survive in dry areas if they have access to water.

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Product watch

Crataegus oxyacantha 1x

Crataegus oxyacantha is a native of Asia and Europe. In India, it is found in North-Western temperate Himalayas, from Indus to Ravi at an altitude of 6,000-9,000 ft.

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Sabal serrulata 1x

Botanically known as Chamaerop serrulata Michx, Serenoa serrulata. Sabal serrulata is a well-established herb for urinary troubles in elderly. Commonly known as Saw palmetto, it is found on Atlantic coast of U.S.A. from south Carolina to Florida.

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 Tussistin plus

Cough is a reflex to keep the throat and airways clear. However, excessive coughing may mean underlying disease or disorder. Cough can be either acute or chronic. Acute cough begins suddenly and usually last no more than 2 to 3 weeks.

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Research news

Scientific reaffirmation of homoeopathic treatment of respiratory illnesses in children

There have been studies proving role of homoeopathy in respiratory problems in children in the past. This study was conducted again to prove the effectiveness of homoeopathic drug in upper respiratory infection (URI’s) in children.

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Hepatoprotective effects of Lycopodium clavatum 30CH in animals now scientifically established

It is known that Lycopodium clavatum is one of the most frequently used drugs for the digestive and liver complaints. To know its effectiveness on pracetamol or drug induced hepatitis, an experiment has been done on Wistar rat.

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 Broniya alba - Genus epidemicus of Chikungunya

To frame out usefulness of Bryonia alba 30CH as genus epidemicus for prevention of chikungunya epidemic, a cluster- randomised, double blind placebo controlled trail has been conducted in Kerala in August-September 2007 in three panchayats of two districts.

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Effects of Additional Agitation Process on the Spectrophotometric Profiles of Homoeopathic High Dilutions

A study has been done give scientific support to conventional homoeopathy, recommends giving 10 succussions before taking to prescription bottle.

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