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October-December 2016 | Vol 10 | Issue 4

Editorial

Vision for the prevention of infections using Homoeopathy

The past few decades have seen a dramatic increase of epidemic diseases. With increasing loss of lives due to rapidly spreading devastating epidemics, there is a strong need of protective immunization...

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Guest Editorial

Homoeopathic medicine validation: Do it, but do it right!

In a series of papers in this issue, three lesser known homoeopathic medicines (Cynodon, Formic acid, and Ocimum canum) are evaluated, based on an impressive number of cases. It is clear that we are n...

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Original Article

A multicenter, observational, homoeopathic clinical verification study of Cynodon dactylon revealing symptom prevalence in a cohort of 340 patients

Context: Clinical verification is an ongoing research program of the Council that verified many rare homoeopathic drugs. Aim: This study was carried out to clinically verify the "symptom...

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Original Article

Symptom prevalence in a cohort of 147 patients improved with the homoeopathic medicine Ocimum canum: A multicenter, open, observational, clinical verification study

Context: Clinical verification is an ongoing research program of the Council that verified many rare homoeopathic drugs. Aims: To clinically verify the "symptomatology" of Ocimum ...

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Original Article

Formic acid : A multicentric observational homoeopathic clinical verification trial

Aims: This study was done to clinically verify the symptomatology of Formic acid by ascertaining the symptoms improved during verification and to incorporate new findings (if any)...

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