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Research Across The Globe.

India

Homoeopathic research scientists today are grappling with new researches to evaluate and assess different aspects of this magnificent science wherein great amount of experience and evidence is being generated. Advancements in research in various arenas across the globe are encouraging and show how homoeopathic principles and two centuries of experience has been merged with technological advancements and methods of scientific inquiry to generate evidence of its effectiveness and making us realise its role in health care.

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Veterinary Research Database

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Theory of High Dilutions

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The Society of Homeopaths

United Kingdom

The Society of Homeopaths is the UK’s largest group of registered professional homeopaths. We came together to promote the highest professional standards. Membership of the Society (shown by the letters RSHom) is your guarantee of a well-trained, registered and insured professional homeopath.

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Scientific Research in Homoeopathy

India

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North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH)

United States

The North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH) is dedicated to promoting, representing, and serving as the voice of all PROFESSIONAL homeopaths in North America. NASH aims to develop and uphold the highest level of excellence in homeopathic practice while enhancing the role of the homeopathic profession as an integral part of health care delivery.

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New Homeopathic Medicines

Brazil

Since Ancient Greece, Hippocrates already taught that there were two forms of treatment: by the principle of opposites and by the principle of similars. Treatment by the principle of contraries employs substances that act in an opposite or palliative (“anti-”) way to the symptoms of the disease (eg, anti-inflammatories, antacids, antidepressants, etc.). This is the main form of treatment used by conventional medicine or “allopathy”. The treatment by the principle of similar, used by homeopathy, uses substances that cause similar symptoms (“homeo”) to the symptoms of the diseases, in order to stimulate a reaction of the organism against the symptoms themselves (Ex.: coffee that causes insomnia is used homeopathically to treat insomnia, chamomile which causes colic is used homeopathically to treat colic, When instituting homeopathy in 1796, Samuel Hahnemann bases this homeopathic principle on the careful observation of the effect of the drugs of his time on the human organism, stipulating a universal “mechanism of action of drugs”: “Every force that acts on life, every medicine affects, to a greater or lesser extent, the vital force, causing a certain change in the state of human health for a longer or shorter period of time. This is called primary action . [...] To this action, our vital force strives to oppose its own energy. Such opposite action is part of our conservation force, constituting an automatic activity of the same, called secondary action or reaction. ” ( Organon , §63)

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National Centre for Homeopathy

The mission of the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is to provide education and build awareness while advocating for access to homeopathy as an effective and affordable system of medicine. Founded in 1974, the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health by advancing the use and practice of homeopathy. NCH serves a large and diverse membership in the homeopathic community with homeopathy information resources for consumers, practitioners, industry, students, and schools. As a collective voice for homeopathy, NCH advocates to ensure that homeopathy is an accessible healthcare option to all. Join NCH to promote health, advance homeopathy, and gain access to homeopathy resources and benefits.

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International Portal for Homeopathy Students, Teachers and Professionals

India

Dr Mansoor Ali took his BHMS and MD from Govt. Homeopathic Medical College. Calicut and joined in the same institute in 2006. His websites Homeobook.com provides the largest collection of teaching-learning materials for medical professionals and provides the highest number of placements in Ayush systems. This website has a good collection of previous question papers from PSC, UPSC and PG entrance examinations from all the states of the country. Moreover, his teaching notes are used by the students and teachers across homoeopathy medical colleges. He also presented papers in several states, national and international conferences and around 60 papers published in reputed homoeopathic journals in India and abroad. He is also an approved Practitioner-Ministry of Health, United Arab Emirates. He got the first rank in the Kerala PSC examination for the post of lecturer and MD Homeopathy entrance examination by Govt of Kerala. He Conducted various workshops and training programmes for BHMS students, interns, Govt. medical officers, teachers and practitioners across India. He is also a visiting lecturer, examiner and question paper setter to many homoeopathic institutions and Universities. He is also a regular speaker on All India Radio handling the topic “Arogyam Amoolyam”

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International Journal of High Dilution Research (IJHDR)

United Kingdom

IJHDR is a full submission free / open-access electronic journal specialized in the multidisciplinary field of High Dilution (HD) research. Hosted by GIRI (https://giri-society.org/) and supported by HRI (https://www.hri-research.org/), it is double-blinded peer-reviewed, counting on an international editorial board, and published quarterly. The journal id indexed at LILACS/BIREME/PAHO/WHO and EBSCO and inserted at SCOPUS, Qualis-CAPES, Latindex, OJS/PKP, Google Scholar, DOAJ, NSDL/NSF, Open J-Gate, JournalSeek, Scimago, and BVS. The H index is 9 (2021). IJHDR counts on the services of ABEC and Crossref. Eventual plagiarism is checked by the iThenticate service. IJHDR adopts the ethical standards described by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). The average time between submission and publication is 6 - 8 months. Since August 2021, IJHDR adopts the Creative-Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).

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