Thursday, December 31, 2009

Top 10 Dropper Gift

On this new year i give some special gift for all my top 10 dropper, hope this new begins with lots of joy, happiness, love and good heath. In this new year i will start my new Company, this company work on health services in rural area with free of cost, i want your wishes for my Company.

Happy New Year for all.

Thanks with Regard
Dr. Surendra Singh
FIT Vital Services Pvt. Ltd.

Saturday, December 05, 2009

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas in advance for all my Entrecard friends.

God is Love

Christmas is all about love

Christmas is thus about God and Love

Love is the key to peace among all mankind

Love is the key to peace and happiness within all creation

Love needs to be practiced - love needs to flow - love needs to make happy

Love starts with your partner, children and family and expands to all world

God bless all mankind

Friday, November 13, 2009

Requirement Homeopathic Doctor's in MP

The Great opportunity for Homeopathic Doctors of Madhya Pradesh, Directorate of Indian System of Homeopathy & Medicines Department launch some Doctors requirement in Madhya Pradesh, approximately 200 Doctor require for national Rural health Mission (NRHM) program. I’ll provide some information about advertisement, complete information published at 18 of November at the official Vyapam website or MP Online website.

Directorate of Indian System of Homeopathy & Medicines Department - Interview for appointment of contact Ayush Doctors - 2009

Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination board, Bhopal
“Chayan Bhavan” Main Road No. - 1, Chinar Park (East), Bhopal- 462011

By Madhya Pradesh Examination Board, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh Ayurveda / Homoeopathy / Unani medical cadre in 2006 were carried out according to the contract provision, contract Ayurveda Medical Officer, contract Homeopathy Medical Officer, contract Unani Medical Officer for selection of the original residents of Madhya Pradesh has invited applications are made --

Related details are as follows:-

1.Original inhabitants- is essential to be natives of Madhya Pradesh.

2. Educational qualification- Graduated in Ayurveda / Homoeopathy / Unani medical system law established university / Board is conferred by the Indian Medicine Central Council / Central Council of Homoeopathy or any recognized Board or Council provided four-year Ptropadi (D.H.M.S.) Recognized that the Central Council of Homeopathy and law established Ayurveda / Homeopathy / Unani Medical Council / Board registration.
Note - you must complete internship application date.

3. Availability of applications and examination fees- Application of test online through or only the website can be filled to Date 18/12/09 to 18/11/09. For Application form Candidates of all sections 500/- payment by credit card or online on the website, M. P. Online through authorized Kiosk can be cash. By the candidate 50 /- will be payable on Authorized Kiosk.

4. Examination / interview program- Rules retrenchment of applicants after examination / interview will be held in Bhopal which will be notified by dates separately.

5. Prescribed age limit- the appointment of the first day of January of the year does not exceed 40 years of age.

6. While any type of application documents is not enclosed. Appointment of the successful candidate to be interviewed by the Department in the original applications of information given by candidates will be given after test.

7. Examination regarding the number of vacancies, the original inhabitants, table reservations, age, selection processes, and other details are available on the website of the board.

Note: It’s a part of advertisement as per published in Newspaper, I will provide this info only for aware of people. Content may be change in translation.

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Monday, September 21, 2009

Make Blog Perfect

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Some Precious Moment

On Sunday we are go at Bhopal lake and capture some beautiful snap. We enjoyed lots.

The Burning Lake
From Drop Box

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Oath

"I swear by Apollo Physician and Asclepius and Hygieia and Panaceia and all the gods, and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will fulfill according to my ability and judgment this oath and this covenant:

To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine, and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage and to teach them this art–if they desire to learn it–without fee and covenant; to give a share of precepts and oral instruction and all the other learning to my sons and to the sons of him who has instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have taken the oath according to medical law, but to no one else.

I will apply dietic measures for the benefit of the sick according to my ability and judgment; I will keep them from harm and injustice.

I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody if asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly I will not give to a woman an abortive remedy. In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art.

I will not use the knife, not even on sufferers from stone, but will withdraw in favor of such men as are engaged in this work.

Whatever houses I may visit, I will come for the benefit of the sick, remaining free of all intentional injustice, of all mischief and in particular of sexual relations with both female and male persons, be they free or slaves.

What I may see or hear in the course of treatment or even outside of the treatment in regard to the life of men, which on no account one must spread abroad, I will keep myself holding such things shameful to be spoken about.

If I fulfil this oath and do not violate it, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and art, being honored with fame among all men for all time to come; if I transgress it and swear falsely, may the opposite of all this be my lot."

Friday, August 14, 2009

Swine Flu: Influnzinum Symptoms

Today i watch TV, Here some Doctors discussing on swine flu and its treatment and they give very good idea for swine flu prevention and treatment, they also given information how to protect? by this infection but i seen most of the time they are criticism on mode of treatment, some say's Allopathy have sure swine flu treatment and some says Homeopathy or Ayurvedic, one doctor say Homeopathy is slow acting medicine and its not work for prevent swine flu.
I think this is no time for criticism, more of the people suffers from swine flu and they want only treatment for swine flu, and its national problem,.
so i request from all Doctors please please... do not create politics or angerness on this problem, fight from swine flu as a team, and for socialism.

Some people search Influnzinum symptoms or effected dose on internet, so i write this post for all readers.

1. Influnzinum is a NOSOD so please do not repeat its Dose so frequent.
2. Before taking Influnzinum please discus your Homeopathic Doctor, Do not self Medication.
3. Do not create RUSS in Hospitals for investigation (if you have no infection primary sign).
4. Use Mask or clean cloth for covering nose and mouth.
5. Take proper Nutritional Diet, avoid old food or preservatives.
6. Create distance from infected patients.

Some Homeopathic Medicine Influnzinum Symptoms.
Symptoms taken from Murphy Materia Medica

Gastro-intestinal pain.
Blood Leucopenia with mononucleosis.

Otitis of influenza.

Eyes are heavy and sensitive to movements, stiffness.
Conjunctivitis of influenza.

Meningitis syndrome.
Encephalitis syndrome with vomiting.
Headache of influenza.
Weakness of the myocardia.
Cardiac neurosis.

Venous and arterial congestion of the lower limbs.
Rheumatoid pains during humid and cold weather.

Dry painful cough.
Broncho-pneumonia of influenza.
Sub-acute edema of babies.
Bronchial asthma.

Nasal congestion.
Coryza of influenza.
Nasal discharge.

Weakness of the anal sphincter.
Weakening diarrhea.

Sore throat
Chronic laryngitis.
Nasal voice .
Stridulous laryngitis of children.

Some other Homeopathic Rubrics for Influnzinum

ABDOMEN - PAIN - Intestines

CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes
CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes - bronchopneumonia
CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes - Alveoli
CHEST - PALPITATION of heart - irritable heart
CHEST - WEAKNESS - Heart - Myocardium

CHILL - CHILL in general


EAR - INFLAMMATION - External ear

External throat
EXTERNAL THROAT - COMPLAINTS of external throat - Thyroid gland

EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to - Lower limbs
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - rheumatic - infective
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - rheumatic - weather - cold - wet
EXTREMITIES - STASIS of the venous system - Lower limbs

EYE - INFLAMMATION - Conjunctiva - accompanied by - influenza


GENERALS - BLOOD VESSELS - complaints of
GENERALS - CONVALESCENCE; ailments during - influenza; after
GENERALS - INFLAMMATION - Sinuses; of - Polysinusitis - chronic
GENERALS - LABORATORY findings - leukocytes - decreased
GENERALS - OBESITY - children, in - thyroid gland; from dysfunction of
GENERALS - PAIN - radiating
GENERALS - PAIN - rheumatic - infective
GENERALS - PAIN - rheumatic - weather - cold
GENERALS - PAIN - rheumatic - weather - wet
GENERALS - VARICOSE veins - ulceration
GENERALS - WEAKNESS - diarrhea - from

HEAD - INFLAMMATION - Brain - accompanied by - vomiting
HEAD - PAIN - influenza; during

Larynx and trachea
LARYNX AND TRACHEA - INFLAMMATION - Larynx - influenza; of

MIND - PROSTRATION of mind - grief; from

NOSE - CORYZA - acute
NOSE - CORYZA - chronic
NOSE - CORYZA - influenza; from

RECTUM - DIARRHEA - influenza - during
RECTUM - WEAKNESS, weak feeling - Sphincter; of


SKIN - ERUPTIONS - measles


THROAT - INFLAMMATION - Nasopharynx - acute
THROAT - INFLAMMATION - Nasopharynx - chronic
THROAT - INFLAMMATION - Pharynx – chronic

This Rubrics According to “SCHROYENS Frederik” this rubric you found in Synthesis 9.0 or latter version.

Homeopathic Treatment:

For Homeopathic Treatment of for prevention please visit my old post.
Here link of old post:

Monday, August 10, 2009

Swine flu: H1N1 Infection runs in whole India

On 03 August 2009 Monday registered its first Swine flu death in India, a 14 year old girl from Pune died from the swine flu infection, first confirmation through Indian Government.

She firstly ill on 21 July, and admitted in the hospital on the symptom of sore throat, runny nose and headaches, and day after day symptom gets improve.

But the student developed a fever again on July 25 and two days later was admitted to a private clinic for treatment. She was put on a ventilator in an intensive care unit and was treated with the anti-viral drug Oseltamivir.

After taking of various treatment her disease are out of control and she's die at evening on Monday.

After death her perents said its a hospital irresponsibility and do not give proper treatment or do not diagnose the H1N1 infection earlier. otherwise she cure probably.

After 5 days on 08 August in mumbai 53 year old women Fahmida Panwala died from H1N1
infection. she is already suffers from Diabetes and Hypertension.

Panwala was first admitted to a private nursing home at Jogeshwari locality with swine flu symptoms three days back and shifted to Leelawati Hospital, when her condition showed no sign of improvement. After a three-hour stay at Leelawati, she was transferred to Kasturba Hospital.
and here she is died from H1N1 infection.

On 10 August 2009 Monday 2 other patient die from H1N1 infection, today in morning 43 year old NRI Indian Praveen Bhai Patel die in Ahmadabad from swine flu. and 2nd death from swine flu are 42 year Teacher Sanjay Tukaram Kokde in Pune.

Today in India 834 confirm cases of swine flu infection, 4 died through this virus.
and in whole world this count reach 1,62,380 patients and 1,157 died through
this virus. according to WHO.

Symptoms of Swine Flu:

Treatment i describe in my old post please visit my old post.
Here is the link of my old post:

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Homeopathic Emergency Medicine's

Some people say Homeopathy is not suitable for emergency treatment, but i think they are wrong because of today Homeopathy well work in emergency condition's* . I have found and write some important Homeopathic medicine for emergency condition of patient, or its must be use like your Homeopathic first-aid Kit, you are also use this kit in traveling, Picnic, or lots of time.

Firstly i give you suggestion for initial Homeopathic medicine for FIRST-AID.

Basic Medicine:

1. Aconite
2. Apis
3. Arnica
4. Bryonia
5. Belladonna
6. Cantharis
7. Calendulla
8. Carbo veg
9. Euphrasia
10. Eupetorium Perf
11. Hypericum
12. Influnzinum
13. Ledum
14. Nux vomica
15. Phosphorus
16. Pulsatilla
17. Rhus tox
18. Rutta
19. Silica
20. Symphytum
21. Urtica urens
22. Ipecac.

Mother Tinctures:

1. Arnica
2. Calendula
3. Euphrasia
4. Hypericum

Creams & Ointment:

1. Arnica cream
2. Calendula cream
3. Calendula ointment
4. Hypericum ointment
5. Rhus-Tox ointment
6. Sulphur ointment
7. Urtica ointment

Now i describe some medicine in relation to emergency condition's.

Arnica, Hypericum, Ledum


Arnica, Lachesis, Crotalus


Arnica, ledum, apis

Arnica, Cantharis, Urtica urens

Cantharis, Rhus-tox

Arnica, Rutta


Arnica, Bellis



Arnica, Phosphorus, ipecac


Arnica, Ledum, Euphrasia, Hypericum


Ignatia, Aconite, coffea, pulsatilla,Nux vomica

Tabacum, Cocculus, nux vomica

Bryonia, glonoinum

14. Severe fever
Eupetorium perf, Chirata, Bryonia

15. Severe Throat Infection with cough, cold
Influnzinum, Pulsatilla

16. Headache
Belladonna, sangunaria t

17. Aphthae
Merc sol

18.Diarrhea, dysentery
Aloa s, Merc cor

19. Vomiting or its sensation during travel, and height

* Condition apply in case of severe accident, Severe Heart travel, in case of surgery etc, i recommend go for nearest hospital and given suitable treatment, or call 911 or your hospital.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Hardware and Software configuration for Homeopathic Software

Important information about Hardware & Software configuration for Homeopathic software. Some Homeopaths don't knows which Computer configuration are essential for his Homeopathic software, here some info about computer related written by me for the help of best selection of Homeopathic software.
Some important Homeopathic software and his configuration fallow below:

• Intel Pentium III or better
• 256 Mb RAM (1Gb or more is recommended )
• Windows Vista, XP, 98, Windows NT4, Windows Millennium Edition (not recommended), Windows 2000,
• USB port
• SVGA display monitor (800x600) or better
• DVD drive
• Sound card (required for multimedia)
• From 300Mb to 3Gb free space on the hard disk (depending on the Radar package that you have ordered. More space is required if you also purchased Encyclopaedia Homeopathica)

Minimum Recommended:

• Windows 98- Pentium II computer with 250 Mb RAM
• Windows XP- Pentium III processor 500 Mb RAM
• Windows Vista - Intel Dual Core processor 1 GB Ram
• Minimum Hard disk size 3Gb
• DVD drive required for installation

Macintosh Intel Macs can run Radar under Parallels Workstation (which I use for Radar now) or Bootcamp. All Intel Macs have plenty of disk space, Ram etc, and Radar flies on them!

There are local groups around the country to support users, regular users Radar seminars, as well as free technical help.

Please note Radar 10 is Vista Compatible & a DVD Drive is Required for installation!


Everything Pro Package -5.0 GB
Super Pro Package- 5.0 GB
Professional Package- 4.5 GB
Graduate Package (formally Student Package)- 4.5 GB
Classic Package- 4.0 GB

* slight variability in space required may occur due to how Mac & Win program files are broken out
* adding extra books will increase requirements

Windows Computer System and Hardware Requirements
• Models: 486 or better
• System: Windows XP & Vista ONLY
• Ports: USB ONLY
• RAM: 512 MB (minimum)
• Peripherals: DVD drive

Macintosh Computer System and Hardware Requirements

• Processor: 68040 or better
• System: 10.4.11 or higher. Unable to support OS 9.x
• RAM: 512mb (minimum)
• Ports: USB ONLY
• Peripherals: DVD drive

TIP: Although the actual programs require a Minimum 16 MB RAM per program, remember your OS also requires RAM (some require quite large amounts) and Hard Disk space, so get as much as possible.

Hompath Classic:


Intel P III or Higher
Operating System: Window 98, 2000, XP, Vista
500 MB for Hompath Classic 8.0 Single CD Version
CD Rom
256 MB ram
And all basic configuration.

ISIS Vision or CARA

Intel P III or Higher
Operating System: Window 98, 2000, XP, Vista
1 GB Hard Disk space
256 MB or higher ram
And all basic configuration.

I hope this information are helping you.

Sunday, June 07, 2009

Woman's Health

The average woman ovulates about 400 times between puberty and the menopause, usually at intervals of around 28 days. If an egg is fertilized, pregnancy follows; if not, the lining of the uterus is shed during menstruation. The functioning of the female reproductive system is controlled by the pituitary gland, which in turn takes its orders from the hypothalamus in the brain. A variety of disturbances and imbalances in the body may modify the brain’s influence over the pituitary gland, thus upsetting hormone levels, which many women believe are responsible for their psychological as well as physiological problems. A holistic view of the workings of the female body is well suited to the application of homeopathic principles, and there is much anecdotal evidence of homeopathy’s success in treating women’s complaints. Homeopathic remedies can provide an attractive alternative to conventional treatments such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT)—which may have unpleasant side-effects—and are particularly suitable for the treatment of recurring ailments associated with the reproductive cycle.

PMS affects 75 percent of women to some degree over several days preceding a menstrual period, and includes physiological and psychological symptoms. Many women continue to lead more or less normal lives despite feeling glum and irritable, but in ten percent of cases symptoms are seriously debilitating. Physical symptoms include tender, swollen breasts and abdomen, fluid retention, and minor period-type pains. PMS may be exacerbated by hormonal or nutritional imbalance, stress, overwork, allergy, and psychological factors such as depression.

Self Help:
Avoid salty or fatty foods, junk foods, sugar, tea, coffee, and alcohol. Eat regular, small, protein-rich snacks, but reduce meat intake. Take 30 minutes of outdoor exercise daily and practice relaxation techniques or meditation. If you smoke, stop. Pace yourself in order to avoid stress.

If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.


1. PMS with apathy, irritability, and tearfulness—
• Greasy skin, possibly with acne
• Craving for salty or sweet foods
• Weariness, especially in the morning
• Sensation as though the uterus is falling out
• Possible sinus problems, sore throat, and flushes

2. PMS with swollen, tender breasts—
• Fluid retention that exacerbates any weight problem • Lack of energy
• Swollen, tender breasts and painful joints
• Possible vaginal discharge or thrush

3. PMS with self-pity—
• Craving for sweet foods • Bloated stomach
• Swollen face, especially upper eyelids
• Headaches, nausea, and dizziness
• Yellowish vaginal discharge.

Discomfort is common during the first few days of a menstrual period. Symptoms include a dull ache in the lower back or abdomen, or severe abdominal cramps. Pain may be exacerbated by stress, but may improve after childbirth or once a woman reaches her thirties. Sudden pain after years of pain-free periods may indicate pelvic infection, endometriosis (formation of cysts in the pelvic cavity from bleeding fragments of uterus lining) or fibroids. The use of intrauterine devices or coming off the contraceptive pill can also result in painful menstruation.

Self Help:
Eat plenty of raw fruits and vegetables. Get plenty of exercise and lose weight if you need to. Between periods, take the occasional short, cold bath; during the week before a period, take a long, hot bath every other night. A physiotherapist or osteopath may be able to relieve associated back pain.

If periods are consistently more painful, see a doctor.

1. Abdominal pain with depression and self-pity—
• Cramps in the uterus causing nausea or vomiting
• Tenderness in the abdomen
• Tearing pain in the lower abdomen
• Possible migraine or diarrhea
• Blood flow includes clots or is very scanty

2. Abdominal pain with irritability, tearfulness, and indifference--
• Sharp, piercing pain in the lower abdomen
• Sensation as though the uterus is falling out
• Cramps possibly accompanied by migraine, acne, weakness, perspiration, and fainting

3. Abdominal pain soothed by heat and pressure--
• Colicky, spasmodic pain
• Blood flow includes clots
• Dark, stringy, and tarry blood flow
• Period starts ahead of schedule.

The absence of periods may be permanent or temporary. If periods have not started by the age of 16 (primary amenorrhea), the cause is delayed puberty. If menstruation is established but periods suddenly stop (secondary amenorrhea), this may be due to anorexia or great weight loss, or excessive exercise (especially if the diet is vegetarian). Amenorrhea can also be caused by stress, travel (particularly long-haul flights), shock, emotional stress, coming off the contraceptive pill, or hormonal imbalance. Rarely, it is due to displacement of the uterus, (if it is tilted backward). Periods may also be delayed after childbirth.

CAUTION: If periods are absent for more than 9 months, consult a doctor.

1. Periods stop abruptly after a shock--
• Feeling of heaviness and aching pain in the ovaries
• Sharp, shooting pain in the uterus
• Abdomen is inflated and sensitive
• Vagina is hot, dry, and sensitive

2. Periods stop after emotional stress—
• Possibly no symptoms specifically related to the reproductive organs
• Possible lump in the throat
• Possible headache resembling a nail being driven into the head.

Heavy periods are defined as those with profuse bleeding, or flooding, which quickly soaks through any sanitary protection and may include large clots of blood, or bleeding that continues for more than seven days. They may be due to pelvic infection, hormonal imbalance, fibroids, endometriosis (formation of cysts in the pelvic cavity from bleeding fragments of uterus lining), stress, overwork, or approaching menopause. The use of intrauterine devices can also increase menstrual blood flow.

Self Help:
Reduce your intake of tea, coffee, alcohol, milk, and dairy products, and eat plenty of raw vegetables. Take 30 minutes of moderate exercise every day but avoid overexertion.

If your menstrual cycle is regular but the flow is heavier than usual or exhibits some other change, consult a doctor. If you have had sexual intercourse regularly and a period is late and heavier than usual, see a doctor within 12 hours.

1. Heavy periods in overweight women—
• Fluid retention that exacerbates a weight problem
• Possible backache, perspiration, and clumsiness
• Blood is bright red
• Possible abdominal cramps
• Periods are irregular

2. Heavy periods with apathy and indifference--
• Severe abdominal cramps
• Itchy vaginal discharge
• Sweating during menstruation
• Visual disturbances, such as spots or flashes
• Periods are irregular

3. Heavy periods with nervous excitement—
• Blood flow includes dark clots
• Intermittent bleeding
• Abdominal cramps
• Headache, dizziness, and fainting
• Very pale face.

Menopause is the cessation of menstruation that occurs in women between the ages of 45 and 55. It should not be considered an ailment but rather a fact of physical and emotional life that some women adjust to better than others. Symptoms occur as a result of diminishing hormone production by the ovaries, and include hot flashes, vaginal dryness, aches and pains, dizziness, loss of appetite, weariness, chilliness, and palpitations. Psychological symptoms include tearfulness, irritability, anxiety, nervousness, depression, and insomnia. Menopausal symptoms may be exacerbated by stress. Counterbalancing the reduction in hormone production is the basis of conventional treatment—hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Homeopathy does not view menopause simply in terms of hormones, but adopts a more holistic approach to body imbalances that may have existed for a long time. Constitutional treatment may be required.

Self Help:
Avoid tea, coffee, alcohol, and spicy foods, and eat little and often. Cotton underwear, lightweight clothes, and cool showers or baths will reduce the impact of hot flashes. Do moderate exercise and practice deep breathing or yoga. Ease vaginal dryness with calendula ointment, and increase lubrication during sexual intercourse with a vaginal lubricant.

If there is any bleeding six months beyond the last period, or prolonged spotting between periods, consult a doctor.

1. Inability to cope during menopause--
• Headache that is worse on the left side
• Perspiration on the face and back of the neck during sleep
• Craving for sweet foods
• Swollen finger joints

2. Menopause with hot flashes, perspiration, and fainting--
• Sensation as though there is a kettle boiling inside the body that is relieved by perspiring
• Headache that is worse on the left side
• Dizziness and fainting
• Hot flushing of the face
• Constricted feeling in the throat and abdomen

3. Loss of libido during menopause--
• Heavy, irregular periods leading into menopause
• Possible candidiasis
• Vaginal dryness causing pain during sexual intercourse

4. Menopause with hot flashes in warm conditions--
• Hot flashes if in a hot room or a room full of people
• Tendency to put on weight easily
• Headaches and migraines that are worse on the left side
• Craving for sweet foods.

General tenderness in the breast is common before a period. Localized pain may be due to an abscess or a lump. Abscesses may develop from mastitis, while lumps may be caused by fibroadenosis (thickening of breast tissue), benign growths, or cancer.

Self Help:
If breast-feeding, bathe the breast in hot water. If breast pain has other causes, reduce intake of animal fats, tea, and caffeine, and substitute oily fish for meat and dairy products.

If you are breast-feeding and have breast pain, especially if it is accompanied by a fever, see a doctor within 24 hours. If the nipple or breast changes, or if a hard, tender area develops, see a doctor immediately.

1. Breast is tender even when lightly touched--
• Breast is tender to the slightest touch
• Breast is swollen
• Stitch like pain in the nipple
• Desire to press the breast hard with the hands
• Legs feel heavy
• Possible reduction in sex drive

2. Breast is hard and inflamed--
• Breast is hard and inflamed, and feels as though there might be an abscess forming
• Discomfort on the slightest movement
• Possible bursting headache
• Great but infrequent thirst
• Possible constipation.

This term is used generally to describe increased frequency of urination with pain, but cystitis proper is inflammation of the bladder due to infection from the bowel. It may be accompanied by fever and a burning sensation when urinating. Cystitis mainly affects women; the female urethra is short and easily invaded by germs. The condition may be exacerbated by stress, antibiotics, contraceptives, poor diet, food allergy, poor personal hygiene, tights or underwear, and sexual intercourse.

Self Help:
Increase the alkalinity of the urine by drinking 10 fl oz (300 ml) of cold water every 20 minutes. Avoid tea, coffee, and alcohol. Cystitis may be aggravated by some foods, such as asparagus, beets, citrus fruits, strawberries, milk, ice cream, spicy foods, and junk foods. Never suppress the urge to urinate, and be scrupulous about personal hygiene. Avoid using tampons, douches, and perfumed bath products. Use lubrication during sexual intercourse. Urinate after intercourse.

If there is pain in the kidneys or blood in the urine, or if an attack lasts for more than 48 hours, see a doctor.

1. Cystitis with cutting, burning pains—
• Burning, cutting pains in the lower abdomen
• Constant urge to urinate and a sensation as though the bladder cannot be emptied properly
• Only small amounts of urine are passed
• Aching in the small of the back

2. Cystitis with irritability--
• Only small amounts of urine are passed despite frequent urging
• Chilliness

3. Cystitis with a feeling of resentment—
• Sensation as though a drop of urine is constantly trickling through the urethra
• Possible association with surgery to the urinary tract or other vaginal invasion, including sexual intercourse.

Thrush is caused by a fungus, Candida albicans. Symptoms include itchiness or soreness of the vagina and vulva, discharge, and frequent urination. Acidifying, infection-fighting bacteria that occur naturally in the vagina can be destroyed by antibiotics, contraceptives, vaginal deodorants, and medicated douches. Thrush is aggravated by stress, overwork, hormonal imbalance, pregnancy, and wearing tight clothes.

Self Help:
Avoid all potential irritants. Scrub underwear with unsalted detergent before washing it. Use lubrication and condoms during sexual intercourse. Allow air to reach the vagina as often as possible. Avoid sugar and yeast. Follow antibiotics with an acidophilic supplement (such as live yogurt). Douche the vagina three times a day with 5 oz (150 g) natural live yogurt diluted in 1½ quarts (liters) of boiled, cooled water or a weak solution of fresh lemon juice or vinegar (1 tbsp) and water (10 fl oz/300 ml). Acidifying preparations are available over the counter.

If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.

1. Thrush with itching in the vulva that is worse before menstruation--
• Itching of the vagina and vulva that is worse after urination and before menstruation
• Possible vaginal warts
• Possible chronic headache or increased appetite

2. Thrush with discharge that is worse after sexual intercourse--
• Itching of the vagina and vulva
• White, offensive-smelling discharge that is worse after sexual intercourse
• Soreness and burning in the vagina
• Possible ulceration of the labia

3. Thrush with itching in the rectum--
• Itching in the rectum and around the anus
• Offensive-smelling, yellow or white vaginal discharge
• Vaginal pain during sexual intercourse
• Alternating constipation and diarrhea
• Flatulence.


This is an unusual condition in which the muscles surrounding the entrance of the vagina go into spasm. This makes sexual intercourse, medical examination of the vagina, or the use of tampons painful or even impossible. The spasms may be accompanied by arching of the back and straightening and drawing together of the legs. Vaginismus usually occurs in women who are anxious about penetration of the vagina as a result of a previous medical condition or examination, trauma such as sexual abuse, or psychological factors such as fear or guilt associated with sexual intercourse.

Self Help:
Practice relaxation techniques, meditation, or yoga before any vaginal invasion.

If symptoms persist, consult a doctor for referral to a gynaecologist or a psychosexual therapist.


1. Extreme sensitivity of the vagina and the vulva--
• Oversensitivity of the vagina and vulva
• Increased sexual desire despite symptoms
• Possible retention of urine
• Constipation that is accompanied by colicky abdominal pains

2. Vaginismus after medical examination--
• Extreme sensitivity of the vagina and vulva
• Possible irritation of the bladder

3. Vaginismus secondary to grief--
• Vaginismus is spasmodic and erratic
• Itching of the vulva that extends into the vagina
• Possible association with a lump in the throat.


Nausea and vomiting are fairly common during pregnancy, especially a first pregnancy. It is thought that changing hormone levels during pregnancy activate the vomiting center in the brain. Women often experience nausea and vomiting during the second and third months of pregnancy, although not necessarily only in the mornings. Symptoms usually wear off by about 14 to 16 weeks, although a few women vomit excessively (hyperemesis), which can cause dehydration and chemical imbalances in the body. This condition may, in the worst cases, require hospitalization.

Self Help:

Eat small, frequent meals and avoid fatty foods. If there is sickness immediately upon waking, eat a cracker before getting out of bed. The use of fresh ginger in cooking may also help. An acupressure band, available from drugstores, worn around the wrist may also be effective. Get plenty of rest.

If you are vomiting after most meals, consult a doctor.

1. Nausea with a thickly coated tongue—
• Nausea that is worse in the morning
• Vomiting of small amounts of food with mucus
• Retching spasms
• Dry mouth and thickly coated tongue
• Craving for fresh, fatty, spicy, or acidic foods and aversion to bread, meat, coffee, and tobacco

2. Nausea that is worse in the evening---
• Nausea that is worse during the early evening but wears off during the night
• Dry mouth but lack of thirst
• Digestion is upset by rich, fatty foods
• Pressure under the breastbone after meals
• Craving for sweet foods

3. Constant nausea with a clean tongue--
• Nausea is not relieved by vomiting
• Tongue feels clean rather than coated
• Profuse saliva
• Lack of thirst
• Possible fainting.

Pain is experienced in childbirth as result of contractions of the uterus that move the baby down the birth canal during labor. For most women labor is a painful business; for some it is excruciating. This may be because they have great sensitivity to pain or because the fetus is positioned in such a way that the uterus has to work harder than is usual in order to push the baby out. Labor pains may be exacerbated by exhaustion, fear, anxiety, and sometimes anger. Homeopathic treatment aims to calm the emotions as well as to relieve pain and exhaustion.

Self Help:
Learn psycho-prophylactic techniques (preventative measures that combine positive thinking and constructive breathing) at prenatal classes. These may help you to restore a feeling of control in what can be a frightening situation. If you are extremely sensitive to pain, learn other relaxation techniques and consider acupuncture or hypnotherapy.

1. Labor pains with oversensitivity to pain--
• Contractions that seem so painful they cause involuntary screaming and crying

2. Labor pains with great irritability--
• Ineffectual contractions
• Pain extending into the rectum with a frequent urge to pass gas, urine, or stools
• Pain that causes spasms of the cervix, which does not dilate properly

3.Labor pains with a constant need for comfort and sympathy--
• Labor progresses slowly
• Chilliness.

Several problems may arise during breast-feeding. The breasts may be too full for the baby to be able to latch on to a nipple properly. Expressing milk before a feeding may solve this problem. The milk may be too watery or have a taste that the baby does not like. This may be due to the mother’s insubstantial diet, anxiety, exhaustion, or to strong-tasting foods that she has eaten. Pain as the baby suckles may be due to inflammation of the breast tissue, an abscess, or cracked nipple.

Self Help:
Bathe sore and cracked nipples after each feed with a solution of calendula and hypericum (10 drops of mother tinctures to 10 fl oz/300 ml boiled, cooled water). Do not use soap. Clean and dry the nipples thoroughly and apply hypericum or calendula ointment. Leave them exposed to the air regularly. Wear breast shields during pregnancy to draw out inverted nipples.

If there is engorgement or hardness, breast pain, fever, and tender glands under the arms, see a doctor within 12 hours.

1. Throbbing, inflamed breasts—
• Engorgement or hardness of the breasts with red streaks on the skin
• Breasts feel heavy
• Hot, dry skin
• Possible mastitis or breast abscess

2. Pain when the baby suckles, causing anger in the mother--
• Inflamed nipples that are very tender to the touch
• Great pain as the baby suckles

3. Engorged breasts—
• Milk is of poor quality
• Baby has difficulty latching on to a nipple
• Breasts are so full that they cause great discomfort
• Possible chilliness or perspiration, especially if the mother is overweight.

Some Contents collect from Homeopathic encyclopedia.

Some Important Homeopathic Medicine for Female Trouble:

- High desire.
- Sexual desire increased.
- Malpresentation of fetus.

2. Bovista:
Diarrhoea before and during menses.
Menses too early and profuse; worse at night.
Voluptuous sensation.
Leucorrhoea acrid, thick, tough, greenish, follows menses.
Cannot bear tight clothing around waist [Lach.] Traces of menses
between menstruation.
Soreness of pubes during menses.
Metrorrhagia; Parovarian cysts.

- Desire increased. Masturbation.
- Dysmenorrhea. MENSES TOO EARLY, TOO PROFUSE, TOO LONG. Dark, clotted.
- METRORHAGIA from least excitement.
- FIBROIDS in uterus, myoma. Polyps vagina.
- Leucorrhea,itching, burning, agg. before or after menses, urination, exertion; weakening.

- HYPERSEXUAL. Nymphomania.
- Early masturbation in children (Grat, Med, Orig, Staph).
- Voluptuous itching of the genitals.
- Hypersensitive, painful to touch, preventing coitus or examination.
- Cysts, tumors ovaries, agg. left side.
- Malignancy of uterus, ovaries, testes, external genitalia.
- Dysmenorrhea, menses too early, profuse, dark-clotted, stringy, with painfull bearing-down and sensitiveness of the parts.

- AVERSION SEX, agg. hormonal changes. Inability to have orgasm. Frigidity.
- Painful coition. Pains shoot up vagina.
- Severe LEUCORRHEA, even in little girls. Vaginitis
agg. pregnancy, with much itching.
- Premenstrual syndrome. Menses scanty. Dysmenorrhea. Amenorrhea.
- Condylomata.
- Very sensitive to movement of foetus and to touching uterus .
- Tight os during labour.

- HIGH SEXUAL DESIRE. Nymphomania.
LEAST CONTACT causes violent sexual excitement (Plat) or pain.
- Conscious of uterus (Helon).
- Cervix sensitive to touch; bleeding when touched.
- Uterine prolapsus. Feeling of protrusion. Supports abdomen with hands.
amel. Pressing vulva (Lil-t, Sep), agg. lying (Puls).
Must keep legs tightly crossed (Lil-t, Sep).
- Cancer of uterus.
- Menses irregular, too frequent, profuse, clotted.
- Leucorrhea amel. mental-emotional symptoms.
- Pain from right side of uterus, ovarian region to left breast.
Pains shooting upward from uterus.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Psoriasis and It's Homeopathic Treatment

This fairly common skin disease consists of inflamed areas that are often covered by silvery scales. A chronic condition that flares up at intervals, psoriasis can cover a large area, including the face, and can be very disfiguring. It affects
about two percent of the population in Europe and North America, but is less common in other regions.
These are red, scaly (silvery white) patches which can appear anywhere on the skin. It is uncommon before age of 10 and common between 15-30 years
*This images from a 7 year old child, and she is surfers from psoriasis since 3 year.


There may be a genetic tendency. The basic problem with psoriasis is that new skin cells form more quickly than usual, causing accumulations of living cells. These create thickened patches of skin covered with dead, flaking cells. The condition varies in severity, and may be triggered by infection, particularly that caused by the streptococcal bacteria, or
by drugs such as chloroquine used in the treatment of rheumatic pain and malaria. Stress or injury may also trigger psoriasis.

Precipitating factors are:
Psychological emotional stress
Cold weather
Septic focus
Drugs like Steroids, Brufen, Lithium, Antimalarials and Beta-
adrenergic blockers.

• Unsightly patches of flaky skin that
can occur anywhere on the body, possibly with itching.
• Patches are slightly raised and deep pink, often overlain with silvery scales.
• Possible pitting of the nails.
• Possible inflammation of the joints.

Homeopathic Remedy for Psoriasis:
A full medical history is obtained and, if there is doubt about the diagnosis, skin scrapings are taken. In treating psoriasis, great emphasis is placed on an individual’s psychological makeup, particularly factors that might have triggered the condition, such as stress or emotional upset. Environmental factors and food preferences are also significant.

Some remedies in particular are associated with the treatment of psoriasis:
*Arsen. alb. is indicated for dry, rough, and scaly skin.
*Lycopodium is effective for dry skin and raw areas in the flexures.
*Sepia is prescribed for the thick crusts that form on the elbows.
*Staphysagria is used to treat skin conditions that are affected by irritability of the nervous system.

Note- Do not self medication.

Monday, May 18, 2009

How To Quit Smoking?

Smoking is the biggest single cause of cancer in the world.
This leaflet explains the dangers of smoking and offers many good reasons to quit whatever you rage. It also shows where you can find help to stub out the habit once and for all. Long time smokers are at high risk of developing lung cancer and other cancers. This leaflet outlines the signs and symptoms to look out for.

Smoking causes cancer, heart disease and stroke.It also causes chronic lung diseases such as bronchitis (infection of the lungs) and emphysema (lasting damage to the lungs). Half of all regular smokers will die from their habit – half of these in middle age. The more you smoke and the longer you smoke, the greater your risk of disease.

Harms of smoking
There are about 4000 different chemicals in tobacco smoke and many of these are toxic, cause cancer or damage cells. The three main ingredients found in smoking they are.

nicotine – a fast-acting, addictive drug that makes smokers crave cigarettes

carbon monoxide
– a poisonous gas that quickly enters the blood stream, lowering the oxygen supply and causing breathing problems

– a sticky black residue made up of thousands of chemicals. It stays in the smoker’s lungs and causes cancer.

Other effects of Smoking
Women who smoke while pregnant greatly risk harming their unborn babies as well as themselves. Smoking in pregnancy is a major cause of premature birth and low birth weight.
Smoking can also cause impotence (problems with getting and keeping an erection), infertility (in men and women), premature aging of the skin (wrinkles), smelly breath and stained teeth.

To prepare for your quit day, use one or more of these tips:
1. Make a list of all reasons you want to quit. Keep them handy in your wallet or on the fridge. Look at them at least every day.
2. Bet a friend you can quit on your target day.
3. Make a list of what you liked and didn't like about smoking- keep adding to it every day.
4. Ask a buddy to quit with you.
5. Smoke only half a cigarette.
6. Buy cigarettes by the pack and wait until one is empty before buying another one.
7. Change when and where you smoke. If you like to smoke with others, smoke alone.
8. Drink juice instead of smoking a cigarette for a pick-me-up.
9. Don't empty your ashtrays. hey will remind you of how many cigarette you smoke and how bad stale butts smell.
10.Keep a daily diary or blog making of the cigarettes you smoke and the number of times you didn't give into the urge until your quit day.
11. Imagine what you could be doing other than smoking at any given time.

Helpful Hints
Try these hints from smokers who quit to help you cope with any urges you might have.Choose the right once for you.

1. On your day put all your cigarettes, matches, lighters and ashtrays in the garbage.
2. Spend your time in places where smoking is not allowed: libraries, malls, at the movies,the gym.
3. After meals brush your teeth instead of smoking.
4. Plan how you will handle situations that bring on pleasurable feelings of smoking such as the after dinner coffee.
5. Socialize with your non-smoking friends at parties, coffee break and lunch.
6. Use your hands. try crossword puzzles, needlework, gardening, household chores, writing letters or computer games.
7. Get more exercise. Walk the dog, ride a bike, play tennis or other outdoor games.
8. Get lots of rest.
9. Keep healthy food on-hand: carrots, pickles, sunflower seed, apples and oranges.
10.Light incense or a candle instead of a cigarette.
11.Add up the money you are saving by not smoking. uy yourself something special.
12.Don't believe that one won't hurt. It will.
13.See your doctor if you're having problem.
14. Always keep in mind what you like about being a non-smoker.

Homeopathy in Tobacco Smoking:
Homeopathy is very helpful for quit Cigarette or Tobacco Smoking. So many Homeopathic Medicine for quit smoking. Some important homeopathic medicine are follow which may help for quit smoking.

1. Nux Vomica
2. Caladium
3. Lobelia Inflata
4. Tabacum
5. Augenia Jambos
6. Natrium Carb.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Some Important days

1. January 10: World Laughter Day
2. February 23: World Peace and Understanding Day
3. March 8: International Women’s Day
4. March 8: International Literacy Day
5. March 22: World Water Day
6. March 24: World Tuberculosis Day
7. April 7: World Health Day
7. World Homeopathic Day
8. April 22: Earth Day
9. April 23: World Book and Copyright Day
10. May 1: International Labour Day
11. May 3: World Asthma Day
12. May 8: World Red Cross Day
13. May 9: World Thalassaemia Day
14. 2nd Sunday of May: Mother’s Day
15. May 15: International Day of the Family
16. May 31: World Anti Tobacco Day
17. June 4: International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
18. June 5: World Environment Day
19. June 26: International day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
20. June 27: World Diabetes Day
20. July 1: Doctor's Day
21. July 11: World Population Day
22. August 3: International Friendship Day
23. August 6: Hiroshima Day
24. August 6: Anti Nuclear Day
25. September 8: World Literacy Day
26. September 16: World Ozone Day
27. September 22: World Rose Day – Welfare of Cancer Patients
28. October 1: International Day for Senior Citizen
29. October 2: World Animal Day
30. October 4: World Animal Welfare Day
31. October 13: International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction
32. October 15: World White Cane Day – Guiding the Blind
33. October 16: World Food Day
34. October 17: International Day for Eradication of Poverty
35. October 24: United Nations Day
36. October 30: World Thirst Day
37. November 29: International Day of Solidarity with the Palestine people
38. December 1: World Aids Day
39. December 3: International Day for Mentally and Physically Challenged
40. December 10: International Human Rights Day
41. December 29: International Day for Biological Diversity

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Diabetes during Pregnancy or Gestatonal Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is defined as any degree of glucose intolerance which begins or is first recognized during pregnancy. The definition applies whether insulin or only diet modification is used for treatment and whether or not the condition persists after pregnancy. It does not exclude the possibility that unrecognized glucose intolerance may have antedated or begun concomitantly with the pregnancy.

The importance of proper diagnosis can be appreciated as gestational diabetes mellitus is known to cause increased foetal loss (Two to three times’ greater risk than general population) and congenital malformation like foetal macrosomy.
Further, female with GDM are at increase risk for the development of diabetes after pregnancy.
Offspring’s of female with GMD are at increase risk of obesity and diabetes.
The diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus is based on 100 gm glucose tolerance test. A larger than usual glucose load (75 g) is advocated as there is an increase turnover of glucose in pregnant state. Hundred grams of glucose is dissolved in 300-400 ml of water and consumed over 5 minutes.
The first criteria for diagnosis gestational diabetes mellitus were given by O’Sullivan and were based on whole blood glucose levels. However, as the levels of glucose may very in whole blood due to uptake by red blood cells, Carpenter and Coustan have given new value based on plasma glucose levels.

Criteria for diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus:
(Two or more of these values must be abnormal)

Oral hypoglycemic drugs are contraindicating in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. These pregnant diabetics should be managed meticulously insulin.

Some Homeopathic Remedy for Diabetes during Pregnancy:
1. Alloxanum
2. Murex Perpurea
3. Podophyllum
4. Zincum Metallicum.

Note: Do not self medication.
Content only informational purpose.

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Homeopathic Materia Medica

Thousands of Homeopathic Materia Medica Available today. And this Materia Medica based on many concept and source as Mind, Constitution, Plants, Animals, Minerals, Nosode, Sarcode, etc. It Materia Medica helps us confirmation of Remedy. Some of Important Materia Medica blow is shown. Let's hope the name you will help for search right Materia Medica.

Importent Materia Medica:
1. ALLEN H. C., Keynotes and Characteristics with Comparisons
2. ALLEN H. C., The Materia Medica of Some Important Nosodes
3. ALLEN T. F., Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica
4. ALLEN T. F., Hand Book of Materia Medica and Homoeopathic Therapeutics
5. ALLEN T. F., A Primer of Materia Medica
6. ANSHUTZ E. P., New Old and Forgotten Remedies
7. ANSHUTZ E. P., Sexual Ills and Diseases
8. BAILEY Philip M., Homeopathic Psychology
9. BANERJEA S. K., Fifty homeopathic Indian Drugs
10. BANERJEA S. K., Materia Medica Made Easy
11. BANERJEA S. K., Materia Medica of a Few Rare Remedies
12. BANERJEE P., Materia Medica of Indian Drugs
13. BEDAYN G., Corvus Corax
14. BLACKIE M., A Comparison of Arsenicum, Nitric Acid, Hepar Sulph., and Nux Vomica
15. BLACKWOOD A. L., A Manual of Materia Medica Therapeutics and Pharmacology
16. BOERICKE W., Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica
17. BOGER C. M., A Synoptic Key of the Materia Medica
18. BOND A.,The Homoeopathic Proving of Tungsten
19. BORLAND D. M., Children's types
20. BUCK H., The Outlines of Materia Medica
21. BURNETT J. C., Gold as a Remedy In Diseases
22. BURNETT J. C., Natrum muriaticum
23. BURT W. H., Characteristic Materia Medica
24. BURT W. H., Physiological Materia Medica
25. CANDEGABE E. F., Comparative Materia Medica
26. CASTRO M., Borax
27. Central Council for research in Homoeopathy, New Delhi : A proving of Cassia Sophera
28. CHATTERJEE T. P., My Random Notes on Some Homoeo-Remedies
29. CHATTERJI A. N., Three in One
30. CHAUHAN R. K., Expressive Drug Pictures of Materia Medica
31. CHAUHAN R. K., Expressive Drug Pictures of Materia Medica
32. CHOUDHURI N. M., A study on Materia Medica
33. CLARKE A. G., Decachords
34. CLARKE J. H., Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica
35. CLARKE J. H., Grand Characteristics of the Materia Medica
36. CLARKE J. H., Gunpowder as a War Remedy
37. CLARKE J. H., Radium as an Internal Remedy
38. CLARKE J. H., Therapeutics of the Serpent Poisons
39. CLEVELAND C. L., Salient Materia Medica and Therapeutics
40. COWPERTHWAITE A. C., Text book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics
41. DEGROOTE F., Physical Examination and Observation in Homeopathy
42. DEWEY W. A., Essentials of Homeopathic Materia Medica (d
43. DIGBY B., Lac Caninum
44. DOUGLASS M. E., Pearls in Homoeopathy
45. DUNHAM C., Lectures on Materia Medica
46. EISING N., Provings of Ignis alcoholis and Succinum
47. ENGLISH M., Tempestas - Storm - A Remedy Proving
48. FARRINGTON E. A., Clinical Materia Medica
49. FARRINGTON E. A., Comparative Materia Medica (with therapeutic hints)
50. FAYAZUDDIN M., Hypericum - A study
51. FAYAZUDDIN M., Surgeon’s Friends in Homoeopathy. Arnica Montana
52. FAYAZUDDIN M., Surgeon’s Friends in Homoeopathy. Succus Calendula
53. FOUBISTER D. M., The carcinosin Drug Picture
54. GALLAVARDIN J. P., Repertory of the Psychic Medicines, with Materia Medica
55. GASKIN A., Comparative Study on Kent's Materia Medica
56. GIBSON D. M., Studies of Homoeopathic Remedies
57. GRANDGEORGE D., The Spirit of Homropathic Medicines
58. GRAY B. and SHORE J., Seminar Burgh Haamstede April
59. RIMES M., Tiger Shark : A Homeopathic Proving of Galeocerdo Cuvier Hepar
60. GRIMMER A. H., The Collected Works
61. GRINNEY T., A Proving of Thiosinamine
62. GUERNSEY H. N., Keynotes of the Materia Medica
63. GUANAVANTE S. M., The "Genius" of Homoeopathic Remedies
64. HAHNEMANN S., Chronic Diseases
65. HAHNEMANN S., Materia Medica Pura
66. HALE E. M., Special Therapeutics of the new remedies
67. HALE E. M., Special Symptomatology of the New
68. HALE E. M., The Characteristics of the New Remedies
69. HANSEL J., Ephedra
70. HANSEN O., A Text-Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Rare Homeopathic Remedies
71. HAWKES W. J., Characteristic Indications of Prominent Remedies.
72. HEMPEL C. J., A New and Comprehensive System of Materia Medica Vol 1 and Vol 2
73. HERING C., Guiding Symptoms of our Materia Medica
74. HERRICK N., Animal Mind, Human Voices : Provings of Eight New Animal Remedies
75. HERSCU P., Stramonium With an Introduction to Analysis using Cycles and Segments
76. HERSCU P., The Homeopathic Treatment of Children
77. HOUGHTON J. and HALAHAN E., The homeopathic proving of Lac humanum
78. HUGHES R. and DAKE J. P., A Cyclopaedia of Drug Pathogenesy
79. HUGHES R., A Manual of Pharmacodynamics
80. HUTCHISON J. W., Seven-Hundred Redline Symptoms
81. JULIAN O. A., Materia Medica of New Homeopathic Remedies
82. JULIAN O. A., Materia Medica of Nosodes with Repertory
83. KENT J. T., Lectures on Homeopathic Materia Medica
84. KENT J. T., New Remedies Clinical Cases Lesser Writings
85. KENT J. T., The Dunham Lectures
86. KLEIN L., Carbon Dioxide
87. KLEIN L., Coriandrum Proving
88. KLEIN L., Helodrilus Caliginosus : Information and Synopsis of a New Proving
89. KLEIN L., Loxosceles reclusa - The Brown Recluse Spider
90. KLEIN L., Hahnemanian Proving of Argentum Sulphuricum
91. KNERR C. B., Drugs Relationships
92. KRISHNA KUMAR P., Talks on Poisons, Metals Acids and Nosodes used by Homeopathic Medicines
93. LE ROUX P., The Acids
94. LEESER O., Text book of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
95. LIPPE A. Von, Keynotes and Red Line symptoms of the Materia Medica
96. LIPPE A. Von, Keynotes of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica
97. LUSTIG D. and REY J., The proving of Neptunium Muriaticum
98. MACFARLAN D., Concise Pictures of Dynamised Drugs Personally Proven
99. MARIM M., Simplified Materia Medica of Bothrops Jararacussu
100. MASTER F. J., A Proving of Maccasin Snake (Toxicophis)
101. MASTER F. J., Agitated Argentums
102. MASTER F. J., Ammoniums the sour prunes
103. MASTER F. J., Lycopodium
104. MASTER F. J., Mysterious Thuja
105. MASTER F. J., Naja Naja Naja
106. MASTER F. J., Sandy Silicea
107. MASTER F. J., Snakes in Homoeopathic Grass
108. MASTER F. J., St. Ignatius Bean
109. MASTER F. J., Suppressed Staphisagria
110. MASTER F. J., Sycotic Shame
111. MASTER F. J., The Fascinating Fungi
112. MASTER F. J., The State of Mind that affects Foetus
113. MASTER F. J., The Web Spinners
114. MASTER F. J., Tubercular Miasm Tuberculins
115. MATHUR K. N., Systematic Materia Medica of Homoeopathic Remedies
116. MOHANTY N., Text Book of Homeopathic Materia Medica
117. MORRISON R., Seminar Burgh Haamstede Sept 1987
118. MORRISON R., Burg Haamstede, sept. 1988
119. MORRISON R. and HERRICK N., Netherlands November 1991
120. MURPHY R., Homeopathic Remedy Guide
121. NARASIMHAMURTI K. L., Handbook of Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Homeopathy
122. NASH E. B., Nash Expanded Work
123. NASH E. B., Leaders for the use of Sulphur with comparisons
124. NASH E. B., Regional Leaders
125. NEESGAARD P., Hypothesis Collection - Primary Psora and Miasmatic Dynamic
126. NORLAND M., Collected Provings
127. O'CONNOR J., The American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia
128. OLSEN S., Trees and Plants that Heal
129. PATERSON J., The Bowel Nosodes
130. PHATAK S. R., Materia Medica of Homeopathic Medicines
131. PULFORD A., Homoeopathic Materia Medica of Graphic Drug, Pictures And Clinical Comments
132. RASTOGI D. P., Homeopathic Gems
133. RILEY D., Collected Provings
134. ROBERTS H. A., Sensations As If
135. ROBERTS H. A., The Spider Poisons
136. ROBERTS H. A., The Study of Remedies by Comparison
137. ROSSETTI L. C., Lepidoptera saturniidae
138. ROWE T., A proving of Argemone pleicantha
139. ROWE T., Carnegia Gigantea a proving of Saguaro Cactus
140. ROWE T., Cathartes aura: A proving of Turkey Vulture
141. ROWE T., Heloderma Suspectum Proving
142. ROWE T., Urolophus Halleri a proving of Round Stingray
143. ROYAL G., Textbook of Homeopathic Materia Medica
144. SAINE A., Psychiatric patients - Seminar Homeopathy - Hahnemann and Psychological Cases
145. SAMUEL, Keynotes
146. SANKARAN R., Provings : Similia Similibus Curentur
147. SANKARAN R., The Soul of Remedies
148. SANKARAN R., The Spirit of Homoeopathy
149. SANKARAN R., The Substance of Homoeopathy
150. SAVULESCU G. and CRUMP S., Proving Quercus Robur
151. SCHADDE A., Proving of Ozone
152. SCHOLTEN J., Homoeopathy and minerals
153. SCHOLTEN J., Homoeopathy and the Elements
154. SCHULZ E., Buteo jamaicensis – hawk
155. SCHULZ E., Columba palumbus
156. SCHULZ E., Cygnus Olor
157. SCHULZ E., Falcon cherrug
158. SCHULZ E., Vultur gryphus – condor
159. SHAH R.J. , Veratrum - An Egoistic Lily [1st Ed.]
160. SHERR J., Dynamic Provings Vol 1
161. SHERR J., Homeopathic Proving of Chocolate
162. SHERR J., Proving of Hydrogen
163. SHERR J., The Homoeopathic Proving of Plutonium Nitricum
164. SHREEDHARAN C. K., A Concise Materia Medica and Repertory of Nosodes
165. SIVARAMAN P., Dreams and their Homoeopathic Medicines
166. SNOWDON J., Dreaming Potency
167. SONZ S. and STEWART R., The proving of Musca domestica
168. SOUK-ALOUN P., Provings of the French "Comité d'Expérimentation Homéopathique"
169. SOUK-ALOUN P., Unintentional Provings
170. STEPHENSON J., A Materia Medica And Repertory
171. STIRLING P., Salix Fragilis
172. SWAN S., Proving Of Ovi Gallina Pellicula - Membrane Of The Egg Shell
173. TESTE A., The Homoeopathic Materia Medica
174. TIWARI S. K., Homoeopathy and Child Care: Principles, Therapeutics, Children's Type, Repertory
175. TWOHIG J., Latrodectus Haseltii
176. TYLER M. L., Drosera
177. VAN WOENSEL E., Radar Keynotes Version 4 - Characteristics and Peculiarities. A Compiled Materia Medica
178. VARMA P. N. and INDU V., Encyclopaedia of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia
179. VERMEULEN F., Concordant Materia Medica
180. VERMEULEN F., Prisma
181. VERMEULEN F., Synoptic Materia Medica 1
182. VERMEULEN F., Synoptic Materia Medica 2
183. VITHOULKAS G., Materia Medica Viva
184. VITHOULKAS G., Talks on Classical Homoeopathy - The Esalen Conferences 1980 - Part 1
185. VITHOULKAS G., Talks on Classical Homoeopathy - The Esalen Conferences 1980 - Part 2
186. VITHOULKAS G., Talks on Classical Homoeopathy - The Esalen Conferences 1980 - Part 3
187. VITHOULKAS G., The Essence of Materia Medica
188. WARD J. W., Unabridged Dictionary of the Sensations "AS IF"1
189. WARD J. W., Unabridged Dictionary of the Sensations "AS IF"2
190. WHEELER C. E., Introduction to the Principles of Homeopathy
191. WILKINSON C., Hekla Lava
192. WILKINSON C., The Homeopathic Proving of Alabaster
193. WILKINSON C., The Homeopathic Proving of Venus Stella Errans
194. WOODS F., Essentials of Homoeopathic Prescribing
195. WRIGHT C., The Materia Medica and Repertory of Bitis Arietans Arietans