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100 Ways to Make Your Brain Better, Faster and Stronger

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on April 2, 2010


100 Ways to Make Your Brain Better, Faster and Stronger

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In today’s fast-paced, competitive world, building your brain power gives you an edge in the job market as well as other aspects of life. These tips will teach you how to boost your brain and memory to increase productivity and make you a superstar at trivia.

Nutritional Brain Boosters

1. Eat foods with lots of omega-3 fatty acids to boost your brain.
2. Avoid sugary snacks and other junk.
3. On a related note, healthier eating promotes a stronger brain.
4. Get just the right amount of caffeine. Not so much that you’re stressed or unable to sleep, but just enough to focus.
5. Ditch the alcohol and drugs. Those old afterschool PSAs were right—these are one of the quickest ways to keep yourself from thinking clearly.
6. Embrace multivitamins and fish oil, as they’re a great chemical brain booster.
8. Eat blueberries. Besides being delicious, they help your brain focus.
9. Be sure to eat breakfast. A hungry body is a hungry mind.
10. Eat lots of fiber for a more balanced body. It balances your mind, too.
11. Eat lots of foods high in antioxidants, as it helps shield your brain cells from decay.
12. Get lots of folic acid to prevent memory loss. Consult your doctor first though.
13. Eat lots of strawberries to boost your antioxidants, fiber, vitamin C, and potassium.
14. Drink lots of water. It’s good for you, and avoids brain-killing dehydration.
15. Avoid too many food additives, as they can slow your thought processes to a crawl.
16. Beware diet sodas. Certain studies think the aspartame within may harm your brain cells.
17. Brew some tea and drink it. The creation of it is relaxing, and drinking it sharpens your mind.
18. Try to eat at different restaurants in town—engaging new tastes engages the brain.

Memory Tricks

19. Avoid standing too close to the microwave, or your brain cells will be over easy.
20. Use an organizer, whether paper or electronic, to keep yourself focused.
21. Keep a journal of major questions you have, and check them off as you research answers.
22. Get enough sleep. While everyone remembers those late night study sessions in college, avoiding the solid 8 hours is a good way to drain your brain.
23. Try to do things with your non-dominant hand—it’s tied to parts of the brain that normally don’t get to come out and play.
24. Whenever you are learning something new, take copious notes. Afterwards, make annotations of the questions you still have.
25. Map out your upcoming day visually; this is a great way to maximize your productivity.
26. Beside all of the items on your to-do list, scribble what the importance of that item is. That helps bring meaning to your day-to-day actions.

Big Brain Tips

27. Find the best way you learn—auditory, visually, or kinesthetic.
28. Read as much as you can, about as many subjects as possible.
29. Try relocating yourself. You may think much clearer at the park or the gym than in your home or office.
30. Volunteer. You never know what or whom you’ll learn from while you are serving your community.
31. Walk away from a problem after you’ve pondered it, and come back to it later.
32. Exercise to clear your head.
33. Turn the boob tube off. Ever see a kid study hard when their favorite show is on? No? Why do you think you’ll fare better?
34. Go back to school. While not the option for everybody, there’s few better ways to learn something new.
35. Take a freelance job if you can. You’ll explore new materials and tasks outside of your everyday experiences.
36. Tackle philosophical questions. Ponder the great questions—what is truth? What is beauty? How can we define these, or should we define them?
37. Tackle ethical questions. Try to ponder both sides of tough issues like abortion—you’ll learn a lot, and stimulate your brain.
38. Read an encyclopedia…for fun, even. This is a great way to stay in touch with the history lessons you may have forgotten.
39. Take on your worst school subject. If math or science vexed you in your youth, go back and tackle them now. You’ll learn a lot, and build confidence in your own capacity to learn.
40. Rearrange your home and office. While you don’t have to go fully Feng Shui, a change of view at home can serve just as well as stepping out of the house for your brain cells.
41. Keep track of the news. While you don’t have to be your dad slumped over the evening paper, the sheer proliferation or TV and Internet news sites makes it easy to watch current events unfold.
42. Read scientific journals whenever possible.
43. Take a different route to work or school, and try to really focus on all of the new sights and sounds.
44. Even when you’re stuck doing the same old boring tasks, try to research (or create) new ways of doing them to keep your mind fresh.
45. Take a break from your deep thoughts for your favorite video game or trashy TV show. This helps you come at old problems from a new direction once you’re done.
46. Listen to political talk radio in your car, particularly for views you disagree with. Think of cogent disagreements to their rhetoric to get your mind grapes going.
47. Search the Internet for answers to your questions. While LOL cats aren’t exactly a brain booster, searching for answers helps fire all of the cylinders in your brain.
48. Sit up straight. Good blood flow follows good posture, and good thoughts follow that.
49. Keep the temperature cool, but not freezing; this helps focus your thoughts.
50. Model a person you wish to emulate; this is a great way to learn new things and become a better person in the bargain.
51. Make use of dead/spare time with audio books. All of a sudden your boring commute has become your morning and evening class sessions.
52. Develop 5 and 10-year plans, and adjust your learning and organization to meet them.
53. Channel the power of positive thinking. Negativity just shuts your neurons down.
54. Visualize your goals—both long-term and short-term.
55. Avoid sensory deprivation—when your brain has only you to keep it company, bad things (visions, voices, etc.) happen.
56. Clear your head by spending a day without any technology. Yes, that means your cell phone, too.
57. Try to recognize things in your peripheral vision—this keeps your mind and your eyes sharp.
58. Try to eat blindfolded, or watch TV with your ears covered. The lack of one sense will force your others to overcompensate.
59. Take a little time to be alone and relax each and every day.
60. Try to experience something new each and every day.

Creative Brain Boosters

61. Try to avoid stress, and never try to solve major problems while you’re stressed out.
62. Try new things—go where you’ve never gone and taste what you’ve never tasted.
63. Read literature, as well. It combines empathy, philosophical and ethical questions, and other matters that keep your brain racing.
64. Explore your creative side—writing, art, and the like—to boost your cognitive side.
65. Take MIT’s free online courses and school your brain into shape.
66. Explore local culture. Forgo another football game for a trip to your local art museum or library.
67. Play an instrument. This stimulates your brain by asking you to think of things in an entirely new way.
68. Having sex is a great way to de-stress and begin concentrating.
69. Take up a new hobby. Learning new rules and meeting new people really stimulates the noggin.
70. Relax. Whether you’re deep in meditation or just feeling mellow, this is a great way to surf your brain waves.
71. Become a teacher, coach, leader, etc. Teaching knowledge to others really helps it stick with you.
72. On a similar note, write as much as you can. Blog, write e-mails, articles, papers, whatever it takes to help knowledge stick with you.
73. Talk to others. There’s no easier way to get a new perspective on an issue than to simply ask for it.
74. Listen to lots of music. This helps stimulate your mind, and serves as a rockin’ de-stressor.
75. Learn a new language. While learning anything is good for your brain, this literally provides an entirely new way of thinking for you.
76. Deliberately read books that normally aren’t to your taste—if you love romance, try a thriller or historical fiction to stimulate the brain.
77. Watch or read something that makes you laugh very hard. You’ll de-stress, release dopamine, and actually be a better thinker for it.
78. Dust off old yearbooks and scrapbooks and embrace the nostalgia of all those old neurons firing.
79. Hang out with people who love to dish about topics you’re unfamiliar with. You’ll learn a lot from them, and be prompted to learn more about the topics on your own.
80. Developing your intuition is one of the best ways to boost your brain.
81. Listening to classical music—particularly Mozart—can help stimulate your brain.
82. Have a copy of famous quotes, and read it regularly. It’s a great way to get a lot of different perspectives.
83. Keep a dream journal, and try to figure out what your mind is showing you.
84. Study ancient rhetoric—you’d be surprised how much it applies to the 21st century.
85. Write summaries of books after you read them—this helps reinforce what you’ve read.
86. Buy art that you don’t like. Analyze it every day, and articulate your issue with it.
87. Work on your vocabulary—the more you can articulate thoughts, the more you’re thinking.
88. Use social networking tools like Facebook to take thought-provoking challenges and engage friends in debates.
89. Try to look at things through your child’s (or at least, a child’s) perspective; this is a great way to re-discover the world.
Fun and Games – All work and no play is, well, no fun
90. Play competitive brain games such as Trivial Pursuit—you’ll have fun and learn at the same time.
91. Play puzzle or logic games such as crosswords on your lunch break or on the way to work to keep your brain in shape.
92. On a related note, play video games to boost your brain; Nintendo has several DS and Wii titles designed for this very purpose.
93. Play a sport. Despite the dumb-jock stereotype, this mixes learning new rules and strategies with an exercise-fueled endorphin release.
94. Sudoku is a fun and easy way to boost your concentration powers.
95. Try to solve anagrams.
96. Though downright stereotypical for braininess, playing chess is a great way to get you thinking several steps ahead.
97. Play with your pet or child. It makes you happy, which—surprise, surprise—makes you a better thinker.
98. Build a model—it requires intimate concentration, which boosts your brain immeasurably.
99. Try yoga—as cheesy as it sounds, it really does relax your body and your mind.
100. Learn how to juggle —eventually, your brain will be as fast and non-stop as what you’re juggling.

Don’t just stop at these 100 tips on making your brain bigger. Try other methods you find to help you remember where you put your keys and return those over due movies.

Courtesy: http://www.mritechnicianschools.org/100-ways-to-make-your-brain-better-faster-and-stronger/

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Homeopathic Individualized Q-potencies versus Fluoxetine for Moderate to Severe Depression: Double-blind, Randomized Non-inferiority Trial

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on February 22, 2010


U. C. Adler, N. M. P. Paiva, A. T. Cesar, M. S. Adler, A. Molina, A. E. Padula and H. M. Calil

Faculdade de Medicina de Jundiaí, Homeopathy Graduation Programme, Department of Psychobiology, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

 

ABSTRACT:

Homeopathy is a complementary and integrative medicine used in depression, The aim of this study is to investigate the non-inferiority and tolerability of individualized homeopathic medicines [Quinquagintamillesmial (Q-potencies)] in acute depression, using fluoxetine as active control. Ninety-one outpatients with moderate to severe depression were assigned to receive an individualized homeopathic medicine or fluoxetine 20 mg day–1 (up to 40 mg day–1) in a prospective, randomized, double-blind double-dummy 8-week, single-center trial. Primary efficacy measure was the analysis of the mean change in the Montgomery & Åsberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS) depression scores, using a non-inferiority test with margin of 1.45. Secondary efficacy outcomes were response and remission rates. Tolerability was assessed with the side effect rating scale of the Scandinavian Society of Psychopharmacology. Mean MADRS scores differences were not significant at the 4th (P = 0.654) and 8th weeks (P = 0.965) of treatment. Non-inferiority of homeopathy was indicated because the upper limit of the confidence interval (CI) for mean difference in MADRS change was less than the non-inferiority margin: mean differences (homeopathy–fluoxetine) were –3.04 (95% CI –6.95, 0.86) and –2.4 (95% CI –6.05, 0.77) at 4th and 8th week, respectively. There were no significant differences between the percentages of response or remission rates in both groups. Tolerability: there were no significant differences between the side effects rates, although a higher percentage of patients treated with fluoxetine reported troublesome side effects and there was a trend toward greater treatment interruption for adverse effects in the fluoxetine group. This study illustrates the feasibility of randomized controlled double-blind trials of homeopathy in depression and indicates the non-inferiority of individualized homeopathic Q-potencies as compared to fluoxetine in acute treatment of outpatients with moderate to severe depression.

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Mind Map Software

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on September 17, 2009


Mind map software is an important tool in studying Homeopathic Materia medica .

What is Mind Map ?

A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radially around a central key word or idea. It is used to generate, visualize, structure and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, decision making, and writing.

It is an image-centered diagram that represents semantic or other connections between portions of information. By presenting these connections in a radial, non-linear graphical manner, it encourages a brainstorming approach to any given organizational task, eliminating the hurdle of initially establishing an intrinsically appropriate or relevant conceptual framework to work within.

A mind map is similar to a semantic network or cognitive map but there are no formal restrictions on the kinds of links used.

The elements are arranged intuitively according to the importance of the concepts and they are organized into groupings, branches, or areas. The uniform graphic formulation of the semantic structure of information on the method of gathering knowledge, may aid recall of existing memories.

Some Examples of Mind Maps created by Irish School Of Homeopaths:

click http://homeopathytorrents.blogspot.com/search/label/Mind%20Map%20of%20Homeopathic%20Medicines to see  more examples of Mind Maps of homeopathic Medicines

Screenshot of Aconite ( Thanks : Roger Knight )

Screenshot Of Anacardium ( Thanks : Roger Knight )

Screenshot of Lycopodium ( Thanks : Roger Knight )

Source : http://drprabhattandon.wordpress.com/2008/06/03/mind-mapping-software-a-better-way-for-expression/

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SEXUAL ILLS & DISEASES

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on October 31, 2008


Sexual Ills & Diseases By ANSHUTZ.P. Download

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Can Water Remember

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on September 20, 2008


Source : Health24.com

 

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The much-anticipated documentary Water – The Great Mystery, from the creators of What the Bleep Do We Know?, has just been released in South Africa.

The blockbuster made waves in the UK and US earlier this year, and is centred on the theme of so-called “water memory” – a controversial theory which proposes that water responds to our thoughts and, through this mechanism, has a profound effect on our health.

The launch coincided with the South African tour of Japanese researcher Dr Masaru Emoto, author of the New York Times best-seller Hidden Messages of Water, who believes water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

Do we really know all there is to know about water? Are these theories as far-fetched as they seem to be? Take a look at some of the theories proposed in the documentary – then you decide:

Water – The Great Mystery
Scientists worldwide agree: water is unique and without it life on Earth simply wouldn’t be possible.

H2O is a particularly interesting molecule in the sense that it makes up the only substance on the planet that can exist in three states – solid, liquid and gas. Water has the highest surface tension of all liquids, it’s the most powerful solvent on Earth and has the remarkable ability to rise up through the trunks of massive trees, defying gravity and immense atmospheric pressure in the process.

This much is made clear in the introduction of Water – The Great Mystery.

The documentary features several scientists from around the world who’ve researched water. The impressive list includes, among others, Prof Kurt Wüthrich, Swiss chemist and Nobel Chemistry laureate, Prof Rustum Roy from the State University of Pennsylvania and member of the International Academy of Science, Prof Vladimir Voeikov, a biologist from the Moscow State University, Prof Konstantin Korotkov, a physicist of St. Petersburg State Technical University in Russia, and Dr Emoto, who is also President Emeritus of the International Water for Life Foundation.

Interesting theories are proposed:

1. It’s noted that water receives and makes an “imprint” of any outside influence, “remembering” everything that occurs in the space that surrounds it. Research seems to indicate that any substance coming into contact with water leaves a trace behind (incidentally, this theory is also central to homeopathy).

2. It’s further noted that, as water records information, it acquires new properties, yet its chemical composition remains unchanged. It seems that the structure of water – i.e. how its molecules are organised into clusters – is key to the remarkable properties that are proposed. It’s hypothesised that the clusters work as “memory cells”, in which water records the history of its relationship with the world.

3. Its proposed that, while water remains water, its structure reacts to “irritation”. It’s noted that “modern instruments have made it possible to record that within each of water’s memory cells, there are 440 000 information panels, each of which is responsible for its own type of interaction with the environment.”

4. Brief mention is made of the difference between free-flowing water in nature and the water that’s distributed to our homes through intricate water-supply systems – i.e. the water we most often come into contact with. It’s suggested that our tap water is basically “dead” in structural terms: when crystals are formed from this water, there’s no beauty or symmetry. Austrian researcher Allois Gruber suggests that this water “sucks energy out of people, plants and animals”.

5. Scientists quoted in the movie claim that water responds to our thoughts. As our bodies are mostly made up of water, it’s said that if the water in our cells can become peaceful, so can we.

6. Mention is made of experiments on the effect that diverse factors, such as magnetic and electrical fields, various objects and human emotions, have on samples of water. According to Prof Konstantin Korotkov, there seems to be evidence that positive and negative human emotions have the strongest influence. When study participants were asked to project emotions onto flasks with water, negative emotions (e.g. fear, aggression and hatred) reduced the energy of the sample water, whereas positive emotions (e.g. love, tenderness and concern) increased the water’s energy levels.

7. This theory is expanded with reference to experiments conducted by Dr Emoto. His research seems to show that water reacts positively to words such as “love” and “gratitude” by forming beautiful crystals when frozen in a cryogenic chamber. The opposite seems to be true for a phrase such as “You disgust me”. Water also seems to react to prayer and music.

What’s your opinion?
We’re amazed. If some of these theories are even just partly true, it certainly turns our understanding of the physics of water on its head.

But although the theories are laid forward by some heavyweight scientists, there are many other experts around the world who are extremely sceptical about the concept of water memory, branding it as “pseudoscience”.

For example, research done years ago by French scientist Jacques Benveniste has been widely discredited. The researcher made headlines when his work on water memory was published in the reputable journal Nature in 1988. His research seemed to show that water that had been in contact with an allergenic substance retained a memory of this substance even after it was diluted several times (so much so that nothing but pure water was left).

However, efforts to replicate his work proved futile and investigators found that the results obtained from Benveniste’s laboratory were unreliable. John Maddox, editor of Nature, conducted the investigation himself and, according to the BBC, later stated that Benveniste’s assistants were being subconsciously selective in the way they interpreted the data.

Regarding more recent work, only one article on Dr Emoto’s controversial theory that human emotion has an effect on the structure of water has appeared in a peer-reviewed journal. This is an indication that Dr Emoto’s theories at least (on which a large part of the documentary is built) can’t be accepted as truth at this stage. More research simply has to be done. Dr Emoto has also been criticised for the fact that he too seems to be doing selective sampling.

It’s furthermore worth noting that many opportunists have jumped on the bandwagon, and have started marketing products made from “structured” or “clustered” water as a cure for a range of ills and an antidote to ageing. To our knowledge, however, no substantial research has been done on the efficacy of these products, which means that they could very well be a waste of money.

Health24 will be following the controversy and will, in time, also conduct interviews with some of the other experts quoted in the Water documentary. In the meantime, we’d like to hear from you: post your comments below and let us know what you think!

– (Carine van Rooyen, Health24, September 2008)

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Online Books & Articles…Click

Posted by Dr.Mukhtar Ahmad on June 22, 2008


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Dance Your Way To remedy
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Hahnemannian Cure
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Aconite
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Convallaria – A neglected heart remedy
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Homoeopathic Aspects Of Diabetic Case
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The Development of Homoeopathy
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Sabadilla
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Asthma Symposium
Polio Aborted With Remedies
Nitric Acid In Rectal Cancer
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Children’s types
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Only A Potrait
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Vibrations and Teachings of Hahnemann
Argentum Nitricum
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End Results Of Preventive Medicine & Modern Living
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Octave In Nature & In Man As The Key To Psychology
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Pyrogen
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Pyrogen
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Fifty Reasons For Being A Homoeopath -4
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Love and sexuality in Platina, Sepia, Conium
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Coccus Cacti In Cough
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Non Calculous Chronic Cholecystitis
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Old Disease Names
Homeopathic Abbreviations
Author Index
History of the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women
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Classical Homeopathy Online
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Contagion In Public Schools & Its Prophylaxis
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Prenatal Medication
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Homoeopathy & Curability
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Mind Is The Mirror
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Cases Of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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Proving Materia Medica -Disease
Law Of Similars & Law of Cure
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Repetition
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Repertory of Remedies for Toothache + Reversed Repertorynew
Formicum acidum
The power of infinitesimals recognised by non-homeopathic authorities
This Changing World
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Dictionary Of Domestic Medicine
Ignorance In High Places
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Affinity Remedies By Radionic Test
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Our surgical remedies
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Hahnemannian Obstetrician
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B C G Vaccination
Integrated System Of Medicine
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Pneumonia -1
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Theridion Curassavicum
Hahnemann Centennial Celebration
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Editorial – Study of Simile Principle
Homoeopathic Bill Passed In U P Council
Illness
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Haemorrhage in Typhoid
DAS, S. K.
Healing Mysteries Of The Vegetable Kingdom
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Xerostomia In Gi Diseases
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Kali Family
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Important Nosode
DEMPSEY, Rev. J.
Garlic in Bowel Trouble
DESAI, Bhavin
Fishy Case
DEVRIENT
The influence of Homœopathic remedies on dreams
DILLI HOMOEOPATHIC ANUSANDHAN PARISHAD
Origin & growth of homeopathy in India
DILLINGHAM, T. M.
Cinchona
Thuja Warts Or Vegetatieres
DUDGEON, Robert Ellis
Similarities Between Hahnemann and Paracelsus
DUNHAM, Carroll
The Dose in Drug Proving
Weak Spot
Chronic Diarrhoea
DWIGHT, Stow T.
Dolor Homoeopathy
Prurigo – Sulphur
EATON, Charles Woodhull
The facts about Variolinum
ECHTMAN, Joseph
Bursitis
EDMONDS, W. A.
Moist Heat As Therapeutic Agent
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Motive Of Things
EMERSON, C. P.
Heart Disease
ENGLE, Howard M.
Socialized Medicine
EVANS, Hamilton L.
Relation Of Drugs To Pregnancy
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Rheumatic Fever & Cina
Editorial -72nd Annual Meeting
Editorial -Treatment Of Multiple Sclerosis
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Do Medicines Make Functional Changes?
FARRINGTON, Harvey
Homœopathy is good for children
Renal calculi cured by the homœopathic remedy
Clinical confirmations of some of the lesser remedies
Case Of Renal Calculi
Graphites Patient
First Homoeopathic Hospital & Clinic – 1
First Homoeopathic Hospital & Clinic – 2
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Homoeopathy Therapy In Neurocirculatory Asthenia
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The Principle of the least action
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Alloeopoesis Or Varity Of Action In Crude & Potentiated Medicines
FISHER, A. L.
Some experience with Colchicum
An aggravation from Phosphorus
FOBES, Joseph
Resume Of Appendicitis
FRYMANN, Viola M.
Substitution Therapy & Homoeopathy
GANDHI, Nilaxi P.
Clinical Snapshot
GAREY, Henry F.
Efficacy Of Vibrometer In Applying Vibratory Message In Aural Disease
GATCHELL, Charles
Disease Products & Relations To Homoeopathy
GEE, W. S.
A case of hay fever
Constitutional symptoms
GENIS, Jacob
Homoeopathy & Homoeopathists
GHATAK, N.
A case of prolapsus uteri
GHOSH, J.
Homoeopathy
Hahnemann Centennial Celebration
Logical Foundation Of Science
GOEL, N. O.
My Experiences With Nosodes
GOSWAMI, B. K.
Pediatrics
GRANT, A. R.
Operative Procedures
GREEN, Arthur B.
Homoeopathy Public
GREEN, Julia Minerva
Miasmatic Children & Homoeopathy
Methods of studying Materia Medica
Zinc suppression in children
A case of myxoma and lymphatic Leukæmia
Relationship of the behavior of children to homœopathic prescribing
GREENSPAN, Robert
Glossary (antique medical instruments)
GRIGGS, William B.
Celiac Disease Cured With Nosode
GRIMMER, Arthur Hill
Homœopathic prophylaxis
Gnaphalium
Some clinical cases
Hindrances To Homoeopathic Prescription
Mental Diseases & Homoeopathy
Relative Value Of Symptoms
GUERNSEY, Henry Newell
The “Key-note” system
Uterine haemorrhage treated by internal remedies
The genius of our remedies and the genius of disease compared
Clinical experience
Clinical cases
The keynote or characteristic indications of the materia medica
Bleeding from internal parts
GUNAVANTE, S. M.
Applying Mat Med In Practice
Homage To Hahnemanns Heritage
GUNDLACH, J. G.
Sanicula
GUPTA, Girish
Jaundice
HAHNEMANN, Samuel
Doses of Hahnemann
Taraxacum
Chronic Diseases Nature & Homoeopathy Cure
HAMILTON, Duchess of
Do You Believe In Vaccination
HARIHARAN, Rama
Udaan
HARLYN, Hitchcock
Homoeopathic Surgery
HARRAP, George G.
White Sugar & Disease
HARRIS Dorothy A
Mezereum & Ranunculus in Neuralgic Conditions
HAYES, Royal Elmore Swift
Repertories : Boger’s especially
Law
Repertories
Outside The Routine
Similia Similibus Curentur
HAYNES, J. R.
Some confirmed symptoms
Nasal polypi cured with one dose of Aurum-m., 50M
Few Confirmed Symptoms
HELLEDAY, Harald
How To Prove Value Of Homoeopathy
HERING, Constantine
Sifting of drug symptoms
A clinical case
Why older schools of medicine reject homœopathy
Clinical Case
Sanguinaria Canadensis
Rejection Of Homoeopathy by Older Schools
What is Similar
HINDHEDE, M.
Hints For Vegetarians
HODGKINS, Charles W.
Differentiation between Bryonia and Ranunculus bulbosus
Bryonia & Ranunculus
HOSPITAL SECRETARY (THE HOMOEOPATHIC WORLD 1932 Dec Vol LXVII N. 804)
Are Injections Necessary
HOUGHTON, Henry C.
Aural Theraps
HOYLE, Petrie
Profuse Menstruation
Painful Menstruation
Chronic Diarrhoeas -1
Menstruation & Flooding
HOYNE, T. S.
Jottings
HUMRANWALA, Parinaz
Acute Attack -Constitutional Or Acute
Book Review
IREDELL, C. E.
Colour & Cancer
IVANTSOV, Vladislav
Dolichos pruriens: A Case Report
JAIN, C. B.
Hypertension Illustrative cases
JAISOORYA, N. M.
Presidential Address
JAL, Vasant N.
Obesity Health Hazard
JERVIS, H. B. F.
Canine Distemper
JONES, Charles E.
Treatment Of Pthisis
JOUSSET, Pierre
Brights Disease
KANE, Michael B.
Homeopathy in Reading, PA.new
KAPLOWE, J. L.
Homoeopathy & Orthodox Medicine
KAPPES
Distemper Prevention & Treatment
KASAD, K. N.
Homoeopathic Approach to the Problem Of Cancer -1
KENT, James Tyler
Homoeopathy : its fundamental principles outlined
Remedies Related to Pathological Tissue Changes
The Second Prescription
Sabadilla
Higher use of primary branches in medical education
Natrum Sulph. in symptoms arising after an injury to the head
Cure of an ovarian tumor
The development and formation of the repertory
Management Of Displacements Without Mechanical Support
Nitric Acid -1
Nitric Acid – 2
Earache In Children
Zincum
Cure Of Pelvic Tumour
How I Became A Homoeopath
Action Of Drugs As Opposed By Vital Force
Proving Of Cenchris Contortrix
How To Ensure Easy Death
KERSHAW, J. Marphine
Treatment Of Meningocele, Encephalocele & Hydrencephalocele
KIMBALL, S. A.
Case Of Epilepsy
Was It The Beginning Of Puerperal Fever
KING, J. C.
Viburnum in dysmenorrhœa
KISHORE, Jugal
Iodine – 1
Iodine – 2
Iodum
KNERR, Calvin Brobst
Some unknow facets and writing of Constantine Hering
Ignatia in diphtheria
KONDEKAR, Prakash
Asthma & Its Natural Cure
KORNDOERFER, Augustus
Clinical cases
Biography of E. A. Farrington
KOTHARI, Manu
Asthma
KUHU, Das
Herbert Roberts
KULKARNI, Ajit
Emotional Stress, Cardiovascular response & Homoeopathy
KUMAR, Dhawale
Understanding The language of Heart
KUMAR, Nirdosh
Experience With Pyrogenium
KUMAR, Prabir
Indigestion -7
KUMAR, Pravin
Allergy
KURZ, Chris
Computer Repertories – A Comparison
LABORIER, Bruno
          The role of patients in Hahnemann’s patients’ diaries and publications
LAYMAN
Salt & Constipation
LAYTON, T. B.
Tonsil Operations
LEAVITT, Sheldon
Years Progress In Obstetrics
LEONARD, W. H.
Clinical Notes
LINNELL, E. H.
Ophthalmic Therapeutics
LIPPE, Adolph von
Drug proving
Clinical reflections – 1
Cholera infantum
Intermittent fever
Discussion on the Classification of remedies
Clinical Reflections – 2
LOCKIE, Andrew
First Aid
What is homeopathy
LOTTENBACH, Franz
Miasmatic Classification of Homeopathic Remedies
LOWE, J. N.
Clinical Notes
LUDLAM, Reuben
Homoeopathy & Public Health
LUKMANI, M. E.
He Made A Revolution In Medicine
LUTZE, Frederick H.
Six clinical cases
Euonymus Europæus
MACDONALD, T. L.
Surgical Shock
MACFARLAN, Donald
Lachesis
Reproving Of Agnus Castus
MADAUS, G.
Phyto Analysis & Homoeopathy
Biological Treatment of Disease -2
Biological Treatment of Disease -3
Biological Treatment of Disease -4
MAGEE, Russel Stuart
Problems Encountered in Thyroid Patients -3
MAHAPATRA, J. K.
Action Of Causticum In Warts
MAHONY, Edward
Clinical Facts
MAJUMDAR, P. C.
Cholera & Treatment
MANN, Eugene L.
Nasal Surgery Use & Limitations
MARCY, Erastus Edgerton
Homoeopathic theory and practice
MARSDEN, B. A.
Thlaspi Bursa Pastoris Or Shepherds Purse
MARSHALL, E. A.
Experiences With Friedman Test
MASOOD, Mohammad
Lost Vision Restored
MASTER, Farokh J.
Homoeopathic Health Centre Bombay
From Masters File
MATHER, Enoch
Echinacea Angustifolia -1
MATHUR, Vanita
Spot the Similimum – 1
Spot The Similimum – 2
MAZUMDAR, Jagruti
Puerperal Sepsis, Pyrogen
MCCLATCHEY, Robert J.
An anectode of Carroll Dunham, M.D.
MCLACHLAN, John
News & Notes -5
Elasticity Of Cardiac Muscle -1
News & Notes -4
Hints About Hearts -1
Hints About Heart -2
MCLAREN, D. C.
Beneficial Aggravations
MCLAREN, K. A.
Case Report
Boderline Heart Cases
Homoeopathic Remedies In Exophthalmic Goitre
MEHTA, Kamlesh
Sweet Bonsai Case
MEHTA, Kishore
Hypertension With Anxiety State
MEHTA, Nimish
Bacillinum Experiences & Study
MEHTA, Nina
Seminar Of Becker
MELVILLE, Messie
How I Help The Sick
MENON, C. M.
Clinical Value Of Echocardiography
Laughter the better Placebo
MELVILLE, Messie
How I Help The Sick
MILLER, M. Geoffroy
The Homeopathic Hospital at Neuilly in France, 1914-1916
MILLER, Robert Gibson
Hot and Cold Remedies
MONEY, Leo Chiozza
Unnatural food
MOORE, Thomas K.
Homoeopathic technique
Ten Most Important Remedies in 50 Years of Practice
Acute Mastoiditis
Syndrome Is The Answer
MORGAN, Fred B.
Streptococcus Meningitis Recovery
MORGAN, John C.
Study Of Homoeopathy
MORRIS, William
Causes Of Increase In Melancholia
MORRISON
Clinical cases
MUNCY, William M.
Modified Iridotasis Operation In Glaucoma
NAGAR, Rashmi
Involuntary Bowel Movements
Book Reviews
NASH, Eugene Beauharnais
The science of symptomatology
How shall we teach Materia Medica and Therapeutics
How to take the case and find the similimum
Organon – Discussion
Cholera Infantum – Two cases
NASH, W. B.
Clinics
NELL, A. M.
Sycosis Hahnemanii
ORME, F. H.
Biliousness
PAINE, N.
Psychiatry & Homoeopathic Medical Colleges
PARDEE, Emily V.
Sectional Address In Paedology
PARIKH, Asmita
Intravenous Pyelography
PARIKH, Mahesh
Psychological Considerations In Asthma
PARTHASARATHY, Vishpala
MD Who Ruled With An Iron band
Gird Up Your Guts
Open Book
Bronchial Asthma -Choking Syndrome
PATRICK, W. S.
Human Behaviour & Homoeopathy
PAWASKAR, Navin
Homoeopathy In Paediatrics
PAYNE, A. M. M.
Influenza Today
PEASE, G. M.
Erysipelas
PERKINS, D. C.
Fagopyrum
PERKINS, Charles W.
Roentgenometric Pelvimetry
PHATAK, S.R.
Prefaces
PHELAN, Richard A.
Inaugural Dissertation on Therapeutics
PHILIPS, P.
Typhoid- Chronic Parisitic Disease
PLATA, Carlos
Observations On Some Of Axioms Aphorisms & Rules Of Homoeopathy
PODOLSKI, Edward
Using Digitalis To The Best Advantage
POMPILLI, G.
Clinical Case
PRESTON, Mahlon
Case Of Syphilis
PRICE, Erika
About Homeopathy
Guidelines for taking Homeopathic Remedies
Homeopathic Remedies for First Aid Emergencies
The Homeopathic Treatment of Menopause
The Homeopathic Treatment of Gulf War Illness
Remarks and a remedy for Skin Problems
Homeopathic Remedy Guide for: Workers, Union Members…
Homeopathy’s Alternative to Disease and Death in the Capitalist “Health Care” System
PRIESTMAN, Kathleen
Fears – 1
Fears – 2
PULFORD, Alfred
Leucorrhoea
Clinical Uses Of Digitalis
Little Jokes On Surgeon
PULFORD, D.
Land Of Free & Home Of Brave
Correspondence Principle & Homoeopathy
RABE, Rudolph Frederick
Dogs Skunks & Coughs
Editorial -Homoeopathy & Ultrasonics
Routinism in Prescribing
Scientific Practice Of Orthodox Therapeutics
Remedy As A Art
Remedy Selection As A Art
RAISBECK, Milton J.
Management Of Chronic Congestive Heart Failure
RAO, K. J.
Striving For The Similimum
Face of Phase Tuberculinum
RASTOGI, R. S.
Clinical Testimony On Diabetes
Homoeopathy & Little Ones
RAY, B. B.
Psychopathic disturbances & Polychrests
REED, W. L.
Surgical Cases
RITTER, Hans
Cactus Grandiflorus
ROBERTS, Herbert Alfred
Remedy Relationships
Introduction to the Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book by T.F. Allen
The finding of the homoeopathic remedy in heart conditions
The chronic child
Hay Fever
Dealing with suppressions in children
ROOD, Marion Belle
Prenatal Suppression Case
ROSENBAUM, Paulo
Kent: homeopathic criticism and knowledgenew
Alfonso Masi-Elizaldenew
Lapis Lazuli, a provingnew
Cultura Homeopática – Outono 2003new
ROWLAND, William D.
Postoperative Cataract Complications By Latent Infections
ROY, C.
Potentization Dilution & Attenuation
ROYAL, George
Study Of Echinacea Angustifolia
Echinacea Angustifolia
RUSHMORE, Edward
Cases From Practice
SANKARAN, Rajan
Ringworm
Seminar
SANYAL, D.
Practical Suggestion in Homoeopathic Therapeutics
SANYAL, I. B.
Reply To A Letter
SARKAR, B. K.
Disease – 1
Disease – 2
All India Homoeopathic Convention Welcome Address
Editorial
Nitric Acid in Rectal Cancer
SAWYER, E. W.
High Potencies & Morbid Growths
SCHEEL, Helmuth
Copper As Food & Medicine
SCHLEY, J.
Early Operation In Pleurisy With Effusion
SCHMIDT, Pierre
Original Communications
Little doses – Big results! Homoeopathy for animals
Remedies for the emergency kit
Hering’s law of cure
SCHMIDT, Roger
Hering’s law of cure
SEHGAL, Yogesh
Peculiar Fascination
SHABIR, Shabnam
Effect Of Homoeopathy In Activity of Alpha Amylase
SHAH, Bhavana
Silent Attacker
SHAH, Hitesh
Homoeopathy In Paediatrics
SHEPHERD, Dorothy
Colitis – 1
Colitis – 2
Cure Of Backward Child
Troubles Of Change Of Life
Homoeopathy In Dentistry
SHERBINO, George W.
Meningitis- Belladonna
Infantile Haemorrhage Of Bowels
Dysmenorrhoea
Obstetrical Cases
Clinical verifications
Clinical cases
Vaginismus
SHINEE, Samuel
Hyperacidity
SHROFF, M. M.
GIT Radiology
SKINNER, Thomas
Sarcoma In Infant Cured Without Surgery
SMITH, A. Dwight
Homœopathy in obstetrics and Gynæcology
SMITH, Alan E.
Homœopathy in the teething child
SMITH, C. Carlton
Some bed-side notes
SMITH, Gerard
Headache In Children
SMITH, G. Kent
How To Protect Homoeopathic Materia Medica
SMITH, Taylor
Caladium & Cigarettes
SONAWALA, Sarla
Show Me Your Tongue
Recognize You Little One
Silica
SOUK-ALOUN, Phou
2nd Proving of Propranolol 30 ch.
Pathogenesis of Brucella melitensis and Melitococcinum
Methods of proving and mental symptoms
Unintentional Provings
Additions to Kent’s repertory
SPALDING, Ray W.
Clinical Cases
STABLER, Frank
Prevention of Constipation
STAR, Nathan
Encephalitis Lethargica
STEARNS, Guy Beckley
Nosodes
STERLING, C. F.
Homoeopathy Of Aural Theraps
STEWART, Thomas M.
Symptomatology
STUMPF, Elmer H.
Clinical Experiences With Vinyl Ether
SUTFIN, J. B.
Clinical notes
SUTHERLAND, Allan D.
Do You Repertorize
Meningismus
Do You Repertorize
SUTHERLAND, J. P.
Scientific Clinician
TALBOT, Israel Tisdale
Medical Education In Homoeopathic Hospitals & Colleges Of United States
TALCOTT, Selden
Mental & Nervous Disease
TAMBE, Sanjay
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
TARKAS, P. I.
Hydrastis
Argentum Nitricum Synopsis
TAYLOR, Will
A Review and Brief Comparison of the Leading Repertory / Materia Medica Software Programs
TEETS, Charles E.
Treatment Of Chronic Rhinitis By Homoeopath
THOMAS, William Dulaney
Massage In Treatment Of Nasal stenosis
THYAGARAJAN
Experience Speaks
TIENES, Alfred
Purpose & Functions Of Tonsils
TISCHNER, Rudolph
History Of Homoeopathy – 1
History Of Homoeopathy – 2
TOMHAGEN, J. A.
Warts Case
TONDON, K. P.
Ruta Graveolens
TOOKER, Robert N.
Rachitis
TYLER, Margaret
Pointers to the common remediesnew
Mini repertory of the common coldnew
On prescribingnew
Concerning homœopathy for childrennew
Cholera Infantumnew
Glonoine
Administering remedies
Nasal Diseases
Editorial – Prophylaxis
Ear Troubles & Important Remedies
On Burnet & Dunham
More Little Cases -1
Sunstroke & Remedies
Editorial
Phosphoric Acid
Alumina
Mezereum
Ocimum Canum
Morbillinum
Little Case
Dosage
Gastric & Duodenal Irritation
Drugs For Vomiting
Asafoetida
Editorial
Kreosotum
Typhus
More Little Cases -2
Anaemia
Homoeopathy & the War
Kali-Bich
Lac Caninum
Fear & Anxiety Remedies
Learning Homoeopathy
Aconite
Cancer
How not to do it
Pointers to some hayfever remedies
Repertorising
Homœopathy in the nursery
Extracts and case reports
Tarentula Cubensis
Case reports and extracts from Tyler’s Homœopathy
Hahnemann’s conception of chronic disease
UNDERHILL, Eugene
Common Cold
Homoeopathy in Obstetrics
Carbo Animalis
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Therapy In Syphilis
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