In Homoeopathy health is defined as harmony and homoeostasis in internal milieu.

Disease is defined as disharmony and derailment of the internal vital force.

Cure is defined as restoration of health and return to complete vitality.

We believe each person is unique every disease is unique and therefore everyone’s reaction to the disease is unique. Hence the to define the course of treatment we must understand the individuality of the patient and that can be understood from detailed study of minute habits and behaviours, hence the Homoeopathic case taking is long and detailed.
Homoeopathic medicines don’t have any side effect. The medicines are nanoparticles, they act effectively only when it is rightly indicated. If the medicine is not indicated it doesn’t cause any effect in the body. All homoeopathic medicines are prepared from natural sources, there are no chemicals or artificial agents in the medicine, moreover most of them are a part of human diet. When we prepare medicines, we enhance in the substance’s medicinal values or properties by a method called as potentization. This is the reason why Homoeopathic medicines don’t have side effects.
Homoeopathy is not slow. It is based on principle of similar all the medicines are from natural source and healing naturally. It doesn’t force the body. Homoeopathy acts super-fast in acute illness like fever, diarrhoea headaches, kidney stones etc. In case of chronic disease if the ailments are prolonged then the time for cure will be in few months.
Homoeopathic medicines are suitable for everyone. It is safe for
• Infants
• Geriatric/ Senior citizens
• Pregnant ladies
• Post-Surgical cases
• People with implants
• Bed ridden individuals
• Chronic illness
NO! HOMOEOPATHY DOES NOT HAVE STEROIDS.
Often times Homoeopathic results are so outstanding that common people and modern medicines doctors can’t believe that it is Homoeopathy and hence they label it as steroids but that’s not true. Fact is Homoeopathic medicines doesn’t have steroids. In fact, we use minerals, plants and milk of certain animals to prepare medicines.
We believe each person is unique every disease is unique and therefore everyone’s reaction to the disease is unique. Hence the to define the course of treatment we must understand the individuality of the patient and that can be understood from detailed study of minute habits and behaviours, hence the Homoeopathic case taking is long and detailed.
Homoeopathic medicines don’t have any side effect. The medicines are nanoparticles, they act effectively only when it is rightly indicated. If the medicine is not indicated it doesn’t cause any effect in the body. All homoeopathic medicines are prepared from natural sources, there are no chemicals or artificial agents in the medicine, moreover most of them are a part of human diet. When we prepare medicines, we enhance in the substance’s medicinal values or properties by a method called as potentization. This is the reason why Homoeopathic medicines don’t have side effects.
Homoeopathy is not slow. It is based on principle of similar all the medicines are from natural source and healing naturally. It doesn’t force the body. Homoeopathy acts super-fast in acute illness like fever, diarrhoea headaches, kidney stones etc. In case of chronic disease if the ailments are prolonged then the time for cure will be in few months.
Homoeopathic medicines are suitable for everyone. It is safe for
• Infants
• Geriatric/ Senior citizens
• Pregnant ladies
• Post-Surgical cases
• People with implants
• Bed ridden individuals
• Chronic illness
NO! HOMOEOPATHY DOES NOT HAVE STEROIDS.
Often times Homoeopathic results are so outstanding that common people and modern medicines doctors can’t believe that it is Homoeopathy and hence they label it as steroids but that’s not true. Fact is Homoeopathic medicines doesn’t have steroids. In fact, we use minerals, plants and milk of certain animals to prepare medicines.

History

Homeopathy was discovered by a German Physician, Dr. Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), in the late eighteenth century. It is a therapeutic system of medicine premised on the principle, “Similia Similibus Curentur” or ‘let likes be treated by likes. It is a method of treatment for curing the patient by medicines that possess the power of producing similar symptoms in a healthy human being simulating the natural disease, which it can cure in the diseased person. It treats the patients not only through a holistic approach but also considers the individualistic characteristics of the person. This concept of ‘law of similars' was also enunciated by Hippocrates and Paracelsus, but Dr. Hahnemann established it on a scientific footing although he lived in an age when modern laboratory methods were almost unknown.
Homeopathic medicines are prepared from traces of animal, plant, mineral, and other natural substances, by a standard method called dynamization or potentisation, which comprises successive dilutions and succussions to raise the inherent curative power of the drugs to maximum. The medicines thus prepared through ‘potentisation', attain their potential enhanced enormously to combat ailments while at the same time absence of toxicity is assured. The medicines are usually proved in healthy human beings, to ascertain their curative properties. The system believes in the existence of a self-regulating force in the organism, which plays a vital role during health, disease, and cure.

“Homoeopathic medicines are cost effective, palatable, have no adverse side effects and can be administered easily. In some cases, the medicines can be prescribed on the basis of symptoms of the patients, without depending upon the cumbersome and costly diagnostic modalities. Homoeopathy has been useful in treatment of psychosomatic disorders, autoimmune diseases, geriatric and pediatric disorders, ailments during pregnancy, obstinate skin diseases, life style disorders and allergies, etc. It also has a positive role in improving the quality of life in incurable chronic diseases like cancer, HIV/AIDS, terminally ill patients and incapacitating diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Its popularity is gaining momentum, all over the world. ”

History

Homeopathy was discovered by a German Physician, Dr. Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), in the late eighteenth century. It is a therapeutic system of medicine premised on the principle, “Similia Similibus Curentur” or ‘let likes be treated by likes. It is a method of treatment for curing the patient by medicines that possess the power of producing similar symptoms in a healthy human being simulating the natural disease, which it can cure in the diseased person. It treats the patients not only through a holistic approach but also considers the individualistic characteristics of the person. This concept of ‘law of similars' was also enunciated by Hippocrates and Paracelsus, but Dr. Hahnemann established it on a scientific footing although he lived in an age when modern laboratory methods were almost unknown.
Homeopathic medicines are prepared from traces of animal, plant, mineral, and other natural substances, by a standard method called dynamization or potentisation, which comprises successive dilutions and succussions to raise the inherent curative power of the drugs to maximum. The medicines thus prepared through ‘potentisation', attain their potential enhanced enormously to combat ailments while at the same time absence of toxicity is assured. The medicines are usually proved in healthy human beings, to ascertain their curative properties. The system believes in the existence of a self-regulating force in the organism, which plays a vital role during health, disease, and cure.

“Homoeopathic medicines are cost effective, palatable, have no adverse side effects and can be administered easily. In some cases, the medicines can be prescribed on the basis of symptoms of the patients, without depending upon the cumbersome and costly diagnostic modalities. Homoeopathy has been useful in treatment of psychosomatic disorders, autoimmune diseases, geriatric and pediatric disorders, ailments during pregnancy, obstinate skin diseases, life style disorders and allergies, etc. It also has a positive role in improving the quality of life in incurable chronic diseases like cancer, HIV/AIDS, terminally ill patients and incapacitating diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Its popularity is gaining momentum, all over the world. ”

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Homoeopathy in India

Homeopathy which was introduced in India approximately two centuries ago is an important component of India’s pluralistic health care system. The Government of India has made sustained efforts for the growth and development of Homoeopathy and other traditional systems of medicine including Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Sowa Rigpa. (collectively identified by the acronym AYUSH). Due to the sustained efforts of the government, and institutional framework of Homoeopathy has been established at the Centre as well as in all the states. There exists a highly commendable infrastructure in the form of 195 undergraduate and 43 post-graduate homeopathic medical colleges with the regulatory mechanism for quality university education, an autonomous research council with 22 institutes and units; 2,83,840 registered homeopathic practitioners; drug safety regulations with 403 drug manufacturing units.
AYUSH services are included in the health care delivery system of the country at all levels of primary, secondary, and tertiary health care. The Government of India has several programs and initiatives for the promotion of AYUSH systems and an increase in health care coverage in the country. The regulations ensure that quality of care is maintained and medical pluralism permits patients to opt for treatment of their choice.


Healthcare services in Homoeopathy are provided by 235 hospitals and 8117 dispensaries run by state governments and municipal bodies, Central Government Health Scheme, labor ministry, and railway ministry. The Government of India launched the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), to carry out a necessary architectural correction in the basic health care delivery system in the country. A strategy in the NRHM is to mainstream the Indian systems of medicine and Homoeopathy to facilitate health care through these systems. Under NRHM, AYUSH facilities have been co-located in 512 district hospitals, 2739 community health centers, and 9112 primary health centers in 2015. “AYUSH Wellness Centre” has recently been inaugurated by Hon’ble President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee on 25th July 2015 at the President’s Estate, New Delhi.
For the last two decades, there is a consistent focus to enhance the quality of services, with initiatives to upgrade education, research, and drug development and escalate health care delivery for which many initiatives have been taken up by the Government of India. These can be seen at http://ayush.gov.in/.
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History of Homoeopathy in India

Homoeopathy was introduced in India when some German missionaries and physicians started distributing homoeopathic medicines amongst local inhabitants. However, Homoeopathy took root in India in 1839 when Dr. John Martin Honigberger successfully treated Maharaja Ranjit Singh for the paralysis of Vocal Cords. Dr. Honigberger settled in Kolkata (then Calcutta) and became popular as Cholera-doctor. Later, Dr. M.L. Sirkar, a reputed Physician of his time, also started practicing Homoeopathy. He edited the first Homoeopathic Journal ‘Calcutta Journal of Medicine’ in the year 1868. In 1881, many renowned physicians including Dr. P.C. Mujumdar and Dr. D. N. Roy established the first Homoeopathic College – the ‘Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College’. Dr. Lahiri, Dr. B. K. Sarkar, and many others made personal efforts in establishing Homoeopathy as a profession. They are well known for their contribution to the growth of Homoeopathy not only in West Bengal but also in the whole country.
Over the years, the number of amateur homoeopathic practitioners grew steadily and most of them approached the Government to accord recognition to Homoeopathy. The turning point came in 1937 when the Central Legislative Assembly resolved, “That this Assembly recommends to the Governor-General in Council that he may be pleased to introduce Homoeopathic treatment in government hospitals and give homoeopathic colleges in India the same status and recognition as in the case of allopathic colleges”.

Over the years, the number of amateur homoeopathic practitioners grew steadily and most of them approached the Government to accord recognition to Homoeopathy. The turning point came in 1937 when the Central Legislative Assembly resolved, “That this Assembly recommends to the Governor-General in Council that he may be pleased to introduce Homoeopathic treatment in government hospitals and give homoeopathic colleges in India the same status and recognition as in the case of allopathic colleges”. Later, in the year 1948, the same Assembly adopted yet another resolution about Homoeopathy, which was followed by the constitution of the Homoeopathic Enquiry Committee. In 1949, this Enquiry Committee submitted its report recommending that Central Homoeopathic Council be constituted. In 1952, a Homoeopathic Adhoc Committee (later re-christened as ‘Homoeopathic Advisory Committee’ in 1954) was constituted, which was to advise the Government on all matters related to Homoeopathy, namely homoeopathic education, homoeopathic research, regulation of practice, pharmacopeia, rural medical aid, drug manufacture, family planning, financial aid to homoeopathic colleges, dispensaries, hospitals and cooperation with International Homoeopathic Medical League. In 1973, the Parliament passed the Homoeopathy Central Council Act for regulating homoeopathic education and practice in the country.

Current Global Scenario

Homoeopathy is currently used in over 80 countries. It has legal recognition as an individual system of medicine in 42 countries and is recognized as a part of complementary and alternative medicine in 28 countries.

  • WHO considers Homeopathy as one of the most commonly used forms of Traditional & Complementary Medicine (T&CM).
  • Three out of four Europeans know about Homoeopathy and of these, 29 percent use it for their own health care.
  • • Studies have identified Homoeopathy to be the most frequently used CAM therapy for children in European countries.
  • The National Health Interview Survey 2007 (of past 12 months), estimated 3.9 million adults and 910,000 children used Homoeopathy in North America.