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Schwabe News Volume 2 | Issue 4 | August 2011 | 2011-08-01


Volume 2 | Issue 4 | August 2011 | Editorial Advisor: Dr. P. N. Varma | Editor: Dr. R. Valavan



  • Editorial

  • Sometime ago a news in the front page of a national newspaper regarding the mediclaim of homoeopathic and other AYUSH systems of medicines got attention. A recent blow has come from the Delhi High Court directing central Government to reimburse...
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  • News from the world of homoeopathy

  • Delhi High Court directs the Central Government to reimburse homoeopathy and ayurveda medical bills

    New Delhi: An NSG commando who was paralyzed in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks can now hope to have his medical bills re-imbursed for the homoeopathic or ayurvedi treatment. The Delhi High Court asked the central government, armed...
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  • Taj city (Agra) homoeopath claims Guinness World Record for treating 800,000 patients in his career

    Agra: A 40-year-old homoeopathic doctor here, Dr. Parthsarthy Sharma, claims to have treated an astonishing 800,000 patients in his career, breaking his previous Guinness world record of 300,000. In terms of numbers, this doctor has...
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  • Clinical verification

    Amoora rohituka (Andersonia)

    Amoora rohituka or Andersonia has been used by Indian physicians as a medicine for splenic disorders since longtime. In Ayurvedic literatures it has been mentioned as an alterative, astringent and a tonic for liver and spleen enlargement...
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  • Mother tincture info


    Guaiacum, also called Guajacum, is a drug prepared from the resin obtained from the wood of the Guaiacum officinale and G. sanctum Linn. which are native of tropical America. It has rounded or ovoid peas, frequently covered with...
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  • Product watch

    Topi Thuja Cream

  • Most people have warts at sometime in their life. Warts are small, usually painless growths on the skin. According to modern literature, warts result from infection with the DNA human papillomavirus (HPV).1 They are generally harmless...
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  • Research news

  • A study of homoeopathic Plumbum metallicum in workers exposed to lead
  • A paper correlating modern pharmacology with similia principle
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