Schwabe News Volume 3 | Issue 4 | August 2012
SchwabeHealth.Com – A new website for Schwabe homoeopathic products made in Germany
In a move to popularise Schwabe homoeopathic products on the net, Deutsche Homöopathie-Union, homoeopathic division of Schwabe Germany, has launched a new website https://www.schwabehealth.com. It provides information about the history and basics of homoeopathy, Dr. Willmar Schwabe – the founder of the company, Dr. Willhelm Schuessler – the founder of biochemic system of medicine, and also about the research and development activities, manufacturing and quality of homoeopathic medicines produced by Schwabe Group. It is a part of the group’s activity to popularise homoeopathic products in the internet. Earlier websites like http://www.influcid.com and https://www.mamanatura.in/ were unveiled.
Schwabe Germany products are now freely available to meet the increased market demand
An unexpected huge demand for Schwabe Germany products had made shortage of few products in the last few months. Understanding the increased demand, the management had taken steps to import more volumes from Germany. Except Bryorrheum, now all the Schwabe’s ‘Made in Germany’ products are available in the Indian market. Even Bryorrheum will be made available shortly.
Buying Schwabe dilutions and mother tinctures is made easy
Now Schwabe’s dilutions and mother tinctures are available online. More than 200 frequently used dilutions and mother tinctures are included in online shopping. Now anyone needing any of these dilutions and mother tinctures can place the order by conveniently sitting at home or office. No additional cost is charged for this service, except a nominal Rs. 40 for the orders less than the value of Rs. 250. List of dilutions available online is here. List of mother tinctures available online is here.
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation fights malnutrition with homoeopathy
As per reports, Gujarat is a state where the awareness of homoeopathy is better. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has initiated to fight malnutrition by administering homoeopathy drugs. Malnutrition may be due to few diseases obstructing optimum use of food, apart from deficiency of nutrients. At the end of 16 health check-up camps in the city where around 20,000 persons, including around 5,000 children, were checked up last month, it was found that around 700 children suffered from undernourishment and needed special attention. These children were administered homoeopathy drugs and were asked to report back to doctors after a month.
At a meeting of allopathic doctors and civic officials last week, the former were reportedly told to monitor the progress among the children and repeat the dosages, if needed. Deputy municipal commissioner (health) I K Patel stated that homoeopathy was an effective system to treat undernourishment. Mayor Asit Vora said children were being given homoeopathy drugs since they liked its sweet taste.