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Schwabe News Volume 10 | Issue 04-12 | Apr - Dec 2019 | 2020-02-19

 

 

Schwabe News

Volume 10 | Issue 04-12 | Apr - Dec 2019 |

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


Editorial

Under the current news section we have discussed about our new QC lab inauguration by Mr. Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of AYUSH, new products launch, Schwabe Scientific Advisory Board (SSAB) meeting, CMEs/orientation/training programs for doctors, development...

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Current News

New QC lab inauguration

Schwabe never compromises with the quality. Schwabe India has now built an advanced quality lab in India, which would not only serve the domestic requirements, but

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New products launched by Schwabe India

Considering the increasing burden of spondylitis & joint pains on our society and continuous demand from our beloved customers, Schwabe India recently launched two new products Rück-Pain drops for oral use and Olmuv oil for external application for faster

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Schwabe Scientific Advisory Board (SSAB) meeting

In the year 2018, Schwbae India has formed a Scientific Advisory Board with eminent physicians, researches & clinicians of the country. The Board meets annually for the scientific discussion and inputs to the organisation. On the 6th December

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CME in Bengaluru and Patna

Schwabe India gives top priority to continuing medical education programs & other scientific events. Such events give our homoeopathic physicians and students good opportunity to learn from...

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Clinical Orientation Program in Salem

The Salem CME was basically a Clinical Orientation Program to educate our new buds of homoeopathy. Dr. P. K. Sudhir, Vice Chancellor of Vinayaka Mission's University inaugurated the event. Dr. A. Nagarajan, Principal, Vinayaka Mission's Homoeopathic Medical College...

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Special training to PG & PhD scholars of Homoeopathic Pharmacy

PG & PhD homoeopathic scholars of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Homoeopathic Medical College, Pune, again got opportunity of Special training by Schwabe India. They visited various departments like liquid & dilution, mother tincture, tablet & glubuli section, finished goods store, raw material store, quality control & utility and got relevant information. They were also given orientation training...

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Development of Mini Forest by adopting Japanese Method

Pollution in Delhi-NCR is becoming a serious issue. Being a responsible organisation towards environment Schwabe India developed a mini forest in our premises by a Japanese Method called Miyawaki. Subsequent to this Schwabe Inida was also invited to develop such mini forest...

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Free medical camp at India International Trade Fair (IITF)

Schwabe India has organised free medical camp at IITF. Approximately 800 patients visited for their health issues and benefited by advice from team of doctors appointed by Schwabe India. Most of the patients who consulted were suffering from lifestyle diseases...

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Student’s educational visit to Schwabe India

There were more than 1200 students from different colleges who have visited Schwabe India as part of their educational visit. As per the standard procedure Schwabe India team took them to demonstrate highly sophisticated new Quality...

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Materia Medica

Alchemilla vulgaris

It is prepared from the fresh aerial part of the plant Alchemilla vulgaris. It is officially covered by German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and reported by R. Murphy, P. N. Varma, R. Sankaran and W. Taylor. In herbal & phyto medicines it is used as astringent, diuretic...

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Caesalpinia bonducella

Caesalpinia bonducella, also known as Kantkarej in Hindi is used in Indian medicines as antipyretic, ear infection, hydrocele, etc. The clinical verification was conducted in ?, 6C, 30C and 200C . The symptoms available in our Materia medicas are verified on a good number of patients. In addition to the matching of symptoms with the homoeopathic literature,

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Ferrum picricum

Ferrum picricum commonly known as Picrate of iron. The clinical verification was conducted in 6C, 30C and 200C. The symptoms available in our Materia medicas are verified on a good number of patients. In addition to the matching of symptoms with the homoeopathic literature, it is also found and...

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Kali bicarbonicum

Kali bicarbonicum has first appeared in the literature for its homoeopathic use in 1855. Following this report, its mention is also found in pharmacopoeia(s) and other reputed journals. However, it is not a fully proven drug. Its application in homoeopathy is mainly based on its action...

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Pothos foetidus

It is commonly known as Skunk cabbage. It is prepared from root. The drug was earlier reported by T. F. Allen, A. L. Blackwood, W. Boericke, J. H. Clarke, C. Hering and others. The proving details are in the book “Homoeopathic Drug Provings, Volume 2”, published in 2007 by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH). The reproving was done by CCRH in 2001-2003 at...

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Mother tincture info

Anacardium orientale

Botanically known as Semecarpus anacardium, it is a native of India, found in the outer Himalayas to Coromandel Coast. In Hindi it is known as ??????, in Sanskrit ????????. It is closely related to the cashew (Anacardium occidentale). It is an evergreen tree upto 7m in height with rough and ash-coloured bark and numerous spreading...

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Cacao

Botanically known as Theobroma cacao. It is evergreen small tree in the family Malvaceae of 4-8 meter long. Leaves are alternate, entire, unlobed, 10–40 cm long and 5–20 cm broad. The flowers are produced in clusters directly on the trunk and older branches; this is known as cauliflower. The flowers are small, 1–2 cm diameter, with pink calyx. The fruit known as cacao pod is...

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Guatteria gaumeri

Guatteria gaumeri is a 10 to 15 m tall tree, with a blackish coloured bark. Its leaves are oval-lanceolate, acuminate, dark green about 9 to 11 cm long. The fruit is a round cluster approximately 2 cm in diameter, with a very disagreeable taste and odour...

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Phyllanthus niruri

It is a commonly found tropical plant in coastal areas. It is commonly known as gale of the wind, stonebreaker or seed-under-leaf. It is a relative of the spurges, belonging to the Phyllanthus genus of Family Phyllanthaceae. It grows 50–70 cm tall and bears ascending herbaceous branches. The bark is smooth and light green. It bears numerous pale green owers which are often...

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Tinospora cordifolia

It is an Indian plant, found throughout the warmer parts of India. In Hindi, it is known as 'Giloy'. It is large glabrous climber with succulent, corky, grooved stem, branches sending down slender pendulous fleshy roots, terete, striate with...

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Product watch

Rück-Pain™

Spine related problems are increasing day by day due to prolonged sitting, lack of exercise, wrong posture, etc. Its occurrence is linked with lifestyle, age and gene. Common problems that occur in the spine and back regions include cervical spondylitis, lumber spondylitis, general lower back pain or lumbago, stiff neck, etc. Spondylitis is a general term for inflammation of vertebrae. If inflammation is in more than one vertebral joint, it is known as spondyloarthritis. This inflammation could be...

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Olmuv™

Pain is an unpleasant feeling. It can be felt anywhere in the body and can be related to different conditions of different body systems like nervous system, digestive system, musculoskeletal system, etc. Pain in musculoskeletal system is often managed by topical applications, in addition to oral medication. Topical application provides rapid relief by soothing and relaxing the underlying tissues to facilitate lessening of pain. Many musculoskeletal conditions like arthritis, rheumatism, spondylosis, spondylitis, injury, etc. reflect pain as a symptom. Possible causes for muscular and joint pains are over-exertion...

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Ginkgo biloba 1x

BGinkgo is a recognized medicine for insufficient cerebral circulation, peripheral vascular problems and for neuro-sensorial affections of circulatory origin relating to ears, nose, throat and eyes. It is a proved homoeopathic medicine. The pathogenesis covers weakness of memory and difficulty to think, trembling, insomnia, difficult deglutition, ocular balls painful, heaviness in...

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Hypothalamus 3x & 6x

Medicine prepared from the hypothalamus. Clinical indications: Menstrual irregularity, epilepsy, headache, incontinence of urine, asthma, acne, alopecia, constipation...

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Oophorinum 3x & 6x

Medicine prepared from the ovary. Clinical indications: Acne rosacea, climacteric, flushing of heat, nervousness, ovarian tumours, prurigo, alopecia, constipation...

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Orchitinum 3x & 6x

Medicine prepared from the testes. Clinical indications: Climacteric, debility, sexual weakness, senility, andropause. Main indications...

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Pituitary gland 3x & 6x

Medicine prepared from the pituitary gland. Clinical indications: Vertigo, uterine inertia, nephritis, prostatitis, muscular weakness, hypertension, sexual weakness...

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Research news

Expiry of homoeopathic medicines – a study report

Expiry of homoeopathic medicines is a highly debated topic. For the pharmacists and practitioners it is the important concern. To make it out a comparative study has been done on the regulatory framework for the expiry of homeopathic medicines in four countries: Brazil, Germany, India and the United States. Study revealed that expiry of homoeopathic medicines varies from country to country. US exempted homeopathic medicines from expiry dates. In India all homoeopathic products except dilution and back potencies have 5 years of expiry. Whereas in Brazil 5-year expiry for finished products only, potencies...

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Efficacy of homoeopathic remedy on PCOD

To evaluate the efficacy of homoeopathic treatment from February 2014 to May 2015 at two research centres, a single-blind, randomised, placebo controlled pilot study was done. The object of study Primary objective of the study was to regulate the menstrual cycle with improvement in either ultrasonological findings or hirsutism/acne. Polycystic ovary syndrome questionnaire (PCOSQ) was used to assess...

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Role of Solanum nigrum on gastric ulcer

Recently a study has showed the action of Solanum nigrum on gastric ulcer. Extract of Solanum nigrum (SNE) fruit on cold restraint stress (CRU), indomethacin (IND), pyloric ligation (PL) and ethanol (EtOH) were injected in rat suffering from induced gastric ulcer. It is found that the drug significantly inhibited gastric ulcers lesion with equal or higher than omeprazole. Data showed CRU...

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Crocus sativus in depression

Side effects of antidepressants pushed many researchers toward alternative psychopharmacology. Crocus sativus is used in homoeopathy for many psychological illnesses. It is increasingly popular in Indian medicine for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD). A meta-analysis was conducted to find effects of saffron supplementation on symptoms of depression among participants with MDD...

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