Homeopathic medicines look different then traditional medicines, so How should you take homeopathic medicines? and What are the regimens that should be followed while homeopathic treatment?
Ever since the discovery of homeopathy, it has been surrounded by lots of facts and myths this is why knowing what homeopathy is not is as important as knowing what homeopathy is?
All explanation about Homeopathic medicines is given here. The homeopathy word is made up of 2 Greek words Homoeos+Pathos (Similar suffering).
Mitochondria is a double membrane bound organelle. These are the major site of aerobic respiration, known as the “Power plant” of the cell.
Cellular organelles are special & permanent components of cells, having their own set of enzymes and perform certain biochemical functions.
Cellular organelles are special and permanent components of the cell. They have characteristic shapes which are bounded by limiting membrane.
Practical method of Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) is a valuable test to detect the presence of inflammation in the body.
Here is a homoeopathic definition of the word “SICK” that Dr. Hahnemann used in the first aphorism of organon of medicine.
After guiding our sole mission as a physician in the 1st Aphorism of organon of medicine, Dr. Hahnemann proceeds to describe the highest ideal of cure in the 2nd Aphorism of organon of medicine.
Every physician must know the exact meaning of terms “CURE” & “RECOVERY”, Only then he will be able to understand the difference between cure & recovery in homoeopathy.
Understanding the concept of cure in homoeopathy requires the basic knowledge of concept of health and disease. Medical meaning of cure is providing relief to the symptoms of any disease or suffering of a person or living being.
In order to learn the physiological activities of cell and exchange of different molecules across the cell membrane it is necessary to understand how the different components of cell membrane are arranged.
The word ‘Cell’ means a small room or chamber which was first introduced by Robert Hooke. Cells are the structural and functional units of all the living organism. They are capable of carrying the process of life independently.
Definition of Health According to WHO (1948):
“A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.