Yoga: A way of life

Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian philosophy that combines exercise, breathing, diet, relaxation and meditation. It is a combination of physical and mental disciplines which make the body stronger and healthier and the mind calmer and more controlled, helping towards self-realisation. It emphasizes the relationship of body, mind and breath, the synchronisation of the breath and movement, the use of preparation, counter pose, sequences of...

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Three Ways of Utilising Drug Action

Why the allopathic section of the profession should be so wrathful with Hahnemann is not a little surprising. For not only did Hahnemann discover homœopathy, he discovered allopathy as well. Allopathy existed before his time, just as homœopathy did in a way, but it was unconscious of its own existence. The profession had been practising allopathy all its life – as M. Jourdain had been talking prose – without knowing it. It...

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OBSERVATION NECESARY IN A PHYSICIAN

Samuel Hahnemann In order to be able to observe well, the medical practitioner requires to possess, what is not to be met with among ordinary physicians even in a moderate degree, the capacity and habit of noticing carefully and correctly the phenomena that takes place in natural diseases, as well as those that occur in the morbid states artificially excited by medicines when they are tested upon the healthy hotly, and the ability to...

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PREVENTIVE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE: Homeoprophylaxis

Preventive Medicine focuses on the health of individuals, communities, and defined populations. Its goal is to protect, promote, and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability, and death. Compiled by Dr.N.Solaiappan, Jabalpur INDIA DISEASE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AUTHORITY Anthrax Anthracinum Denman Chicken pox Ant-c, PuIs, Rhustox Mackanizie Cholera Ars-alb, Cup-ac, Sul Farington Camph, Cup, Ver-alb Hahnemann...

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Homeopathy: What to expect?

J T Kent All who know and desire the benefits of the homoeopathic system of medicine, or art of healing, should acquaint themselves with the customs of the strict practitioners in order to avoid the deception of pretenders who are willing to imitate for diminutive fees, having no consideration for the patient nor the art of healing. There are physicians who call themselves homoeopaths, but are so only in name, as they do not follow...

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Who I Am

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“Dirtiest Man in the World” needs Sulphur/Antim Crude?

Courtesy: dr.nambisons.com World’s Smelliest & Dirtiest Man Alive: Amou Haji, Iranian Who Hasn’t Shower For 60 Years Makes History, because he thinks that cleanliness will bring him sickness. This Dirtiest man in the world smokes animal feces and hasn’t bathed in 60 years, “When asked to eat clean food and drink clean water, he gets mad,” according to report. He may have the title of “Dirtiest Man in...

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KENT : REPERTORISING

By Margaret Tyler and John Weir (With very ample apologies to Dr. Gibson Miller, Dr. J.T. Kent and DR. SAMUEL HAHNEMANN) Every Art and every Science has its own jargon, and the art of Repertorising is no exception. Let us get straight to terms. Success in Repertorising depends on ability to deal with symptoms ; and this has to be taught ; it is not innate. People all the world over are wasting their lives, working out cases at...

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The Question of Doses/Potentization

BY ADOLPH LIPPE, M. D. Hahnemannian Monthly, Dec. 1867 The question of doses has been discussed for a long ­time, and many are the arguments and reasonings offered in the medical journals of our school; but the question is not any nearer a satisfactory solution than when it was first started. the paper which I have the privilege of reading before my colleagues to-day proposes to show the reasons why this question has not been...

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Harvard: Potential Public Health benefits of Homeopathy

An article in the April, 2016 issue of the American Journal of Public Health caught my eye: “Homeopathy Use by US Adults: Results of a National Survey.” I was pleased to see that homeopathy use is actually quite low. The 2012 National Health Survey found that only 2.1% of U.S. adults used homeopathy in the last 12 months, although that was a 15% increase over 2007. Users were mostly young, white, well-educated women, the typical CAM...

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