[ NETHERLANDS - The Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis (LMHI) - an international homeopathic medical society].
[ INDIA - Official website of Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH).]
[ INDIA - Official website of Central Council of Homoeopathy(CCH). ]
[ NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand Council of Homeopaths. ]
[ AUSTRALIA - Australian Homoeopathic Association, AHA]
[ BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA - Society of Homoeopaths in Bosnia & Herzegovina.]
[CANADA - Official Website of the BC Society of Homeopaths (BCSH) in British Columbia Canada]
[ CANADA - Canadian Society of Homeopaths]
[ IRELAND – Irish Society of Homeopaths]
[ ISRAEL – Israeli Association For Classical Homoeopathy]
[ JAPAN – Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association, JPHMA]
[SLOVENIA – Slovenian Homeopathic Society]
[ SOUTH AFRICA – Homoeopathic Association of South Africa]
[SWITZERLAND – Swiss Homeopathic Society]
[ UNITED KINGDOM – Homoeopathic Medical Association, UK]
[ UNITED KINGDOM - British Homeopathic Association ]
[USA – National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine]
DRUG PROVING (New & Old Remedies).
[Misha Norland’s Devon School of Homeopathy – The Proving of New Homoeopathic Remedies]
[The Dynamis School – Searchable Drug Proving Database]
[Luminos Homeopathic Proving – About New Proving]
[ High dilution. Investigating in France. ]
[ Benveniste's Research site & Interesting Scientific theory on Homoeopathy. ]
[British Homeopathic Library – The Library of the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital has a searchable database of thousands of books and journals].
A partial dictionary giving meaning of technical terms commonly used in Homoeopathic Materia Medica, Repertory & Pharmacy.
- this is caused by rubbing off of cuticle or superficial layers of the skin by some rough or hard substance. An abrasion does not lead to scar, unless infected or unless the whole thickness of skin is involved. It usually heals within 2 Weeks.
caused by sharp object passing across the
skin e.g. nail, thorn, pin etc.
caused by movement of rough object in contact
with skin e.g. road traffic accidents when rough
road surface grazes against skin.
(c) Pressure Abrasion:
These are associated with bruising of
the skin. Here inward pressure is more.
(d) Impact Abrasion:
caused by the impact of the rough object
e.g. person knocked down by the motor car.
- it is a compound which contains Hydrogen and this may be replaced partially or wholly by metals to produce salts.
(a) Inorganic acids - Hydrochloric, Sulphuric, Nitric
(b) Organic- Carbolic, Oxalic etc.
(c) Vegetable – Hydrocyanic etc.
- it is a disorder of the skin, generally starts in adolescence and is caused by the over activity of the sebaceous glands. The commonest variety is Acne vulgaris occurs mainly on face, chest and back. The sebum produced by the Glands cannot escape because the hair follicles become blocked by a keratin plug and a pustule forms with fluid leaking into the surrounding tissue. The keratin plug turns black forming the familiar blackhead.
Generally it is mild but severe and chronic form may be found with infected cysts and scarring of the skin.
- pungent; irritating; biting.
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Chayan Kumar Das