Migraine – an experience survey – Dr. Shirin Balan

Migraine  is  one  of  the  most  common  diseases  where  the  patients  seek  homoeopathic  treatment  at  the  Primary  Health  Centre.  The  treatment  imparted  to  migraine  patients  by  the  homoeopathic doctors working in 92 Government dispensaries of NCT of Delhi, has been highly appreciated. 7,12,801  new  cases  were  reported  at  these  dispensaries,  during  the  year  2010,  out  … Read more

Concomitant symptoms of indian drugs through clinical verification – Dr. P.S. Chakraborty

Concomitant symptoms are highly valuable to individualize a patient and to make a suitable prescription. Its presence during the proving gives a distinctive identity to a drug and carries more value in materia medica and in clinical practice. Therefore, concomitant symptoms need to be repeatedly verified clinically. Keeping in view this aspect, an attempt has … Read more

Applying lesser known indications of polychrest remedies – Dr. Bipin Jethani

In homoeopathic practice, the enormous clinical scope and widespread application of polycrests is imbibed in the very definition as stated by Hahnemann in Nux vomica chapter of Materia Medica Pura where he described them as medicines ‘the majority of whose symptoms correspond in similarity with the symptoms of the commonest and most frequent of human … Read more

Homoeopathic application of strychnos henningsii bark – Dr Ashley H.A. Ross

In South Africa Strychnos henningsii enjoys a reputation as a bitter tonic, and is extensively used in the treatment of abdominal pains and colic. The plant is used in the treatment of nausea, to induce vomiting, and as an antihelmintic in children. The bark has been used to stimulate appetite and has been described in … Read more