Schwabe News Volume 5 | Issue 10-12 | October – December 2014
Recognition is a kind of motivation. We get motivated when our brand is recognised by thousands of people and physicians every day. We get motivated when they trust our products. We get motivated when someone writes in his prescription ‘please dispense only Schwabe medicine’. Recently, we got even more motivated when the Schwabe India was recognised with the award of “Alternative Medicine Brand of the Year” at the India Health & Wellness Summit & Awards 2014. Complete details are given under current news. Current news also covers the visits of around 500 budding homoeopaths with their teachers to Schwabe India.
Abroma augusta is an Indian drug and used majorly in mother tincture. Its curable symptoms in higher potencies have been established in a few provings. They are clinically verified by the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy. The details are given under Proving & clinical verification.
Though Urtica dioica finds a place in Clarke’s materia medica under urtica urens, it is not a rarely used drug. It has a broad similarity with Urtica urens. It is found in Europe and high altitudes of India. Availability of data from the literature for this drug is poor. An attempt is made to provide detailed information on this drug. It can be found under mother tincture info.
Obesity in developed and many developing countries is alarming. Homoeopathy has a role in these cases. Role of Phytolacca berry mother tincture and low potencies in obesity is undeniable. Schwabe India, with its state-of-the-art infrastructure, imports, processes and manufactures Phytolacca berry in mother tincture and tablet forms without losing its medicinal values. The product details of Phytolacca berry tablets are given under product watch.
WHO had recently raised concerns about high use of antibiotics. Present situation makes worse consequence of bacterial resistance. Research news covers an important article on this contemporary concern that how homoeopathy can minimize antibiotics with other useful research abstracts.
Hope the issue is interesting and informative.
Dr. R. Valavan, BHMS, MD (Hom), MBA