Schwabe News Volume 3 | Issue 4 | August 2012
The demand for Schwabe Germany products in India is growing. It is evident from the finishing of stocks in no time when the consignment comes from Germany. In order to make the products more popular, a separate website https://www.schwabehealth.com has been launched exclusively for Schwabe Germany products. After a brief period of shortage of Schwabe Germany products in India due to increased demand, now they are freely available. Another development from the house of Schwabe is making the availability of dilutions and mother tinctures easier through online. Now buying them is just a click away. Along with these, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation’s campaign to fight mal-nutrition is covered under news section.
Coriandrum sativum is a house hold remedy in India. It was introduced in to homoeopathy by Dr. V. T. Augustine. A recent proving by Louis Klein and co-workers is useful tool for practitioners. It is given under provings.
Luffa operculata is a drug often indicated in nasal allergic symptoms. It was introduced in Europe by Dr. Willmar Schwabe who also carried the proving of the medicine. The complete information of this mother tincture is under mother tincture info.
Children with weak immunity are mostly the victims to the changing climate. The winter is approaching and there are often sudden changes in the weather. Drugs like Echinacea angustifolia, Propolis, Eletherococcus (Siberian ginseng) and others are helpful in enhancing the immunity of children. Schwabe India’s MunostimTM is an activator of the immune system and it is especially indicated in the prevention of seasonal problems of the children. The product information is under ‘Product watch’.
An interesting review of homoeopathic laboratory investigations has come out in the viewpoint of enantiomers. The term enantiomer is used mainly in chemistry to refer the mirror image of molecules, crystals, etc. A thought provoking this study has been covered under research news with other interesting studies on veterinary homoeopathy and asking right questions in homoeopathic clinical research.
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Dr. R. Valavan, BHMS, MD (Hom)