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Lecture on Aphorism 41 to 42

Last month we discussed the formation and treatment of complex diseases, where both the diseases were natural in origin. In my last lecture I had said that young students often wonder why the cures in the books of our oldContinue Reading

Lecture on Aphorism 40

Last month we discussed what happens when two dissimilar diseases, of which the later is stronger, meet in a human body. We saw that if the disease coming later is stronger, it suspends the former till it completes its courseContinue Reading

Lecture on Aphorism 38 to 39

Last month we discussed the first (among three) case when two diseases meet in a body. We saw that the second disease, if weaker than the former, is repelled or not allowed to affect the body. We also understood thatContinue Reading

Lecture on Aphorism 36 to 37

Last month we started a discussion about why the remedy needs to be similar to have a curative effect. Today we will discuss what happens if the second dynamic state/disease/condition is not similar to the former. In aphorism number 36Continue Reading

Lecture on Aphorism 34 to 35

In our last lecture we discussed why diseases affect us more conditionally than homeopathic medicines. We learnt that there are two reasons for this relative superior action of remedies: Control of dose and similarity. Now Hahnemann shares with us how theContinue Reading

Understanding Aphorism 30 to 33

In my last lecture, we had discussed the possible mode of action ofhomeopathic remedies. I had ended that lecture with the following question: When we ‘prove’ a medicine, the medicine does not seem to work unconditionally. It will prove onContinue Reading

Understanding Aphorism 28 to 29 – How Homeopathy Medicines Work?

In our last lecture we studied Nature’s Law of Cure, which states: A weaker dynamic affection is permanently extinguished in the living organism by a stronger one, if the latter (whilst differing in kind) is very similar to the formerContinue Reading

Lecture on Aphorism 26 to 27

Time flies! When I last wrote a lecture on the aphorisms, I had promised the next lecture the following month. I knew my lecture was overdue, but when I started writing today, it struck me that nearly seven months haveContinue Reading

The Role of Dietary Restrictions in Homeopathic Treatment

Abstract From the time of Hahnemann, homeopaths have been very particular about the diet during homeopathic treatment. There is a general belief, sometimes bordering on the level of fear, that the remedies will be antidoted by anything of medicinal natureContinue Reading

Prognosis and Homeopathy: An evaluation of factors contributing to assessment of prognosis in Homeopathy

Abstract Introduction: The study reviews the use of prognosis in homeopathy, the difference between conventional medicine and homeopathy in assessing the prognosis, and evaluates various factors contributing to the assessment of prognosis in Homeopathy. Methods: A literature review was usedContinue Reading

Benefits of Homeopathy

Welcome to the world of Homeopathy. Here is a list of some of the special benefits of taking homeopathic medicine & treatment:
  • Homeopathy is safe.
  • It works fast.
  • Gives curative results.
  • Effective in Acute & Chronic.
  • Can be given to children & pregnant females.
  • Works on plants and animals too!
  • Homeopathic remedies are easy to administer.
  • and it is Holistic & Natural!

Gandhi on Homeopathy

"Homeopathy .... cures a larger percentage of cases than any other method of treatment and is beyond doubt safer and more economical and most complete medical science." - Mahatama Gandhi


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