Homeopathy: Beyond the Art of Micro-dosage

Mukesh Batra

Abstract


Homeopathy has, ever since its inception, evolved as a refined method of remedy diagnosis and prescription, offering a wide variety of medicinal substances for use in therapeutic practice and preventative medicine in micro-dosages. It does not follow conformist medical thinking. Hence, it has been continually attacked by the orthodox, or conventional medical establishments for all the wrong reasons and also without taking into account its unique, individualised patient-centric nature of application and practice. It is time this long-standing sceptics’ dogma changed, more so with an open mind and not scientific bias, or oneupmanship, in the light of emerging new science and other advances.

Keywords: Homeopathy, micro-dosages, like cures like, Avogadro limit, Hahnemann, nanopharmacology

Cite this Article Mukesh Batra. Homeopathy: Beyond the Art of Micro-Dosage. Journal of AYUSH: Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. 2018; 7(1): 5–13p. 


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homeopathy, micro-dosages, like cures like, Avogadro limit, Hahnemann, nanopharmacology

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