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Homeopathy for Everyone November 2012

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Homeopathy for Everyone November 2012

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Editorial Team
Alan V. Schmukler (Chief Editor)
Manish Bhatia
Rochelle Marsden
Firuzi Mehta
David Johnson
Elaine Lewis
Katja Schütt
Neil D. Shere
Leela D’Souza
Shirley Reischman
Edward De Beukelaer
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Letters to the Editor

Homeopath in the Hot Seat
Dr. Joe Rozencwajg – interviewed by Alan V. Schmukler
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Online Homeopathy Course by George Vithoulkas

New Papers
Provings– David Doré

The Treatment and Prevention of Dengue Fever in Sri Lanka – the Role of Echinacea angustifolia– Vaish Sathasivam

Homeopathic Perspective for PCOD– Medha Durge

The Trip to Iceland to Obtain Hekla Lava – 1868– Sue Young

Homeopathy for Tobacco Craving– Robert Medhurst

A Comparative Study of Sepia and Sulphur– Edward Rushmore

The 2012 Medicines Act & Homeopathy – Business as Usual– Robert Barker

Mosquito Mischief– Sharon L. Soltes

Tips and Secrets – November 2012– Alan V. Schmukler

Information in Homeopathy – Andrés Amado Zuno Arce

India – Pride of Homeopathy! – Iman Navab

Back to the Source: How the Power of Objective Observation will Revolutionize Your Homeopathic Practice – Douglas Falkner

From the Clinic
A Case of Allergic Rhinitis Cured by Natrum Carbonicum– Ranjini Venkatanathan

She Will Just Not Eat Her Food – Allergies & Respiratory Issues– Monica Raina

Homeopathic Treatment of a Patient with Schizoaffective and Skeletal Disorders– Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi

A Case of Neurocysticercosis Cured with Homeopathy– Rajneesh Kumar Sharma

A Case of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, Pleural Effusion and Acute Kidney Injury  – Manpreet Bindra

A Case of Brain Fog with Hypothyroidism and Hypotension– Ami Shah

Moonstone – A Different Approach– Katerina Roberts

The Merits of Recent Provings– Anita Salunkhe

Adrienne’s Anger… Trapped In Her Right Knee – Allyson McQuinn

The Key to Homeopathic Dilution– Ruhul Amin & Biplab Chakraborty

Is Psorinum of Value in Modern Homeopathy? – Piraneo Salvatore & Janette Maier

Book Reviews
‘Something in the Water’ by Sue Lanzon– reviewed by Martin Walker

‘Homeopathic Psychiatry – Understanding The Use And Meaning Of The Delusion Rubrics In Case Analysis’ by Liz Lalor – reviewed by Firuzi Mehta

Crossword November 2012 – Alan V. Schmukler
More Than Words!
Cartoon – Bedtime Thriller – Alan V. Schmukler
QUIZ – Creeping Sore Throat– Elaine Lewis, Shana Lewis

Revisiting: I Hate Mosquitoes!– Elaine Lewis, Shana Lewis

Solution to ARDS with Septicemia Case – Dr. Amarsinha Nikam

Ask the Plant Doctor – November 2012 – V.D. Kaviraj
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  • Dear Editors,

    I noticed that in some of topics, in place of actual writer’s description – Firuzi Mehta’s description has been written by mistake. Pls correct them.

    I liked all topics of this issue very much.

    Thanks to Dr. Manish Bhatia and Hpathy team for their selfless service towards humans, animals and plants homeopathically.

  • Tips and Secrets, based on practical experiences of homoeo experts in their practice, given in every issue, is extremely useful for other practitioners as a guidance. Thanks a lot for this column.

  • Dr. Navab’s article on the growth and development of Homeopathy in India is wonderful. To-day India is the only large country where Homeopathy enjoys recognition by the Government as well as by the people. In Europe and America it exists only as an alternative medicine to be tried by those who get disgruntled with Allopathy in some way; whereas in India it is undoubtedly the first choice of medicine by millions of people. India, today, is undoubtedly the leader in production and consumption of Homeopathic remedies. Practitioners of Homeopathy are also held in great esteem by the people as well as by the Government. There may be a record number of recognized Homeopathic colleges in India producing well trained doctors. The scope of growth and popularity of Homeopathy in India is immense . Dr. Bhatia and his dedicated team is doing a commendable job in this direction.

  • Dear sir,
    It is a fact that Homeopathic tratment is quite popular in India, but mostly for wrong reasons like low cost, non-availability of alternatives, extreme povery etc. It is yet to be accepted as a scientific system of medicine in the West due to widely subjective prescription and chaotic use of dosage and potencies. In fact there is no scientific system on use of dose and potency. Some doctors favour frequent repetitions and very high potencies while some are strictly classical in repetition and sparing in use of high potencies. Ironically both claim credit for curing patients but without any stastical data of cure and failures. Someone should evolve scientific system of use of dose and potencies on which doctors pay no heed to laid down instruction in authentic books.

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