“The next time you feel lazy about stepping out of your house to visit a homoeopath, just plug on to internet and contact him online.”

- The Times of India, December 3, 1995

The first news on the first medical website from India

Homeopathic remedies are nano-medicines administered in micro doses to stimulate the body's healing power, says Dr Rajesh Shah

- Mumbai Mirror, Nov 23, 2009

“As soon as the Internet came to India in 1995, computer freak Dr. Rajesh Shah launched homeopathy website to reach out to the world with homeopathy message.”

- Outlook, January 17, 1996

Hardcore prescribing in Classical Homeopathy

In the last 200 years, the science of homeopathy has witnessed and withstood numerous ups and downs, criticism and growth, failures and successes.

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Sympathy and Consolation

Let us study the meaning of sympathy and consolation; and individual response to the same with respect to several drug personalities in the materia medica. We shall try to understand the probable reasons why some remedies desire or dislike sympathy; in order to apprehend the significance of symptoms.

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Risky innovations spring from the law of grand generalization

The concept of grand generalization in Homeopathy was largely preached and practiced by Boenninghausen (1785-1864). Those were the days when early development changes in a young science were giving shape to its analytical principles of prescribing.

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My experiences with Ferrum metallicum

En Mercurius. Naar de ervaring van Herscu nemen deze acht middelen 80% van de pediatrische problematiek voor hun rekening. Met nog dertig middelen (een volgend boek?) kan men dan zeer beslagen ten ijs komen.

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Face to face with Misha Norland

The Foundation for Homeopathic Research as a part of the Bicentenary celebration of Homeopathy organized a seminar in Bombay with a leading British Homeopath. Misha Norland.

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Cough: A Repertorial Study

We read the repertories daily and come across numerous rubrics. The following article is based on those specific rubrics which can be observed clearly if known by the prescriber allowing the physicians to prescribe certain lesser used remedies more effectively.

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Managing Cases with Scanty Data

In day-to-day practice, every homeopath comes across cases with a scarcity of data. Poising problems and confounding even the most skilled in accurate prescribing. As one learns more about the art of case taking in the practice of classical homeopathy, and after attending many seminars where we see several cases with a long case histories, we unconsciously come to expect plenty of data to work with. It is easy to get perplexed and annoyed when a case has scanty data and lacks a well-described state of mind.

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200 years of homeopathy, where do we stand?

The Foundation for Homeopathic Research is all set to celebrate the Bicentenary year of Homeopathy in 1993.

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A 4-year-old girl child, Ms. A.K. (PIN: 38692) visited Life Force Homeopathy’s Mulund branch on 28th November 2018 with her parents.

 

The child was suffering from unilateral vitiligo (i.e affecting only one side of the body) on most areas of the body. Th.....Read more

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37 years old, Mr. R. S. U. (Patient Identification Number - 13314) visited Life Force on 12th February 2010. He w.....Read more

A 10-year-old young boy, Master S. P. S. (PIN: 37009) consulted at Life Force for his complaint of frequent cold in January 2019. He had a frequent cold since childhood. The frequency of the episode was twice a month and the duration of each episode was three to four days. He had all the symptoms.....Read more

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