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ARTICLES: Role of homoeopathy in ophthalmological conditions
Diwan Harish Chand
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, Year 1982, Volume 30, Issue 4 [p. 245-248]
 PMID: 7166396
Dr. P. C. Sen memorial lecture on rural health practice. A study on the rural health practices in...
AM Johnson, E Johnson, V Charles, SX Charles
Indian Journal of Public Health, Year 1988, Volume 32, Issue 2 [p. 82-5]
 PMID: 3271749
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ARTICLE: Additions to the flora of Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu.
D Suresh Baburaj, SS Nain, S Rajan
Ancient Science of Life, Year 1991, Volume 11, Issue 1 [p. 78-93]
Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu is one of the most botanised areas of southern India. In spite of it a number of wild plants had been missed by previous collectors. In addition a number of exotics and ornamentals having importance in alternative systems of medicine like Homoeopathy and Unani have not been collected and preserved as herbarium records. The present paper lists 36 species of wild plants and 69 species of exotics. Their areas of occurrence, phonological data, accession numbers, and names of collectors have been given.
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ARTICLE: Further nomenclatural changes in Indian homoeopathic medicinal plants
D Suresh Baburaj, SS Nain
Ancient Science of Life, Year 1992, Volume 11, Issue 3 [p. 118-125]
Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu is one of the most botanised areas of Southern India. In spite of it a number of wild plants had been missed by earlier collectors. Moreover, many exotics and ornamentals having importance in alternative systems of medicine have not been collected and preserved. The present paper lists 34 species of plants used in homeopathy belonging to 31 genera under 23 families.
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ARTICLE: Homeopathy - A reveiw
Chima Oji
International Journal of Medicine and Health Development, Year 1996, Volume 1, Issue 2 [p. 84-88]
Homeopathy is the teaching of the German professor of Medicine, Samuel Hahnemann (1755 - 1834).[1] It is a systematic science which correctly applies the laws of nature to stimulate the healing energies of the human being. Homeopathic medicine is based on three principles, namely: the law of similars, which states that an agent which produces a disease can also cure that diesease. Secondly, the systematic testing of drugs on healthy persons and thirdly, the applicatation of very small doses. Homeopathy is not limited to certain diseases but is unversally applicable to all diseases. It is under the umbrella of what is called “holistic health”. The basic concept is that each of us is an integrated whole, each of us is a unique individual, whole and complete, functioning as a totality in relation to the universe surrounding us. All states of health or disease must be viewed in this context. To the extent that we deviate from this perspective, we experience disharmony and “dis-ease.” Conversely, the more we live within this principle, the more we enjoy a balanced state of harmony and vitality. In this context, symptoms are seen as attempts by the body to heal or to signal distress, and they are respected as such - in marked contrast to the standard medical approach in which symptoms are viewed as disturbances to be suppressed. The understanding of the basic principles of homeopathy is considered necessary in order to remove the prejudice against it by some orthodox medical doctors.
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ARTICLE: Rheumatoid arthritis and astercantha longifolia
A Thankamma
Ancient Science of Life, Year 1999, Volume 18, Issue 3 [p. 247-249]
Rheumatoid Arthritis is one of the most crippling disorders known to man. In the advanced condition of eh disease, it is known to be incurable by the allopathy, ayurveda and homeopathy treatment. But in the initial stages the paneeya made out of kokilasha (Asteracantha longifolia ) is found to be very effective in alleviating the symptoms in the hapless victims of rheumatoid arthritis as stipulated in ashtanga hridaya. This paper deals with the role of asteracantha longifolia in the treatment of Rheumatoid arthritis.
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