Homeopathic therapeutics for kidney related problems

Homeopathy has effective medicines for conditions ranging from stones in the kidneys (renal calculi) to renal insufficiency. In the lines that follow, some commonly-met kidney related problems and the number of homeopathic remedies indicated in such conditions are given to show the vastness of homeopathic therapeutics in renal problems. Nephritis (inflammation of kidneys) (133 remedies) Bleeding (haematuria) (174 remedies) (Complete) Degeneration (35 remedies) (Complete) Stones (64 remedies) Pyelonephritis (143 remedies) Suppression of urine (101 remedies) Retention of urine (164 remedies) Addison’s disease (43 remedies) Hydronephrosis Continue reading →

Homeopathy in kidney related disorders

One area where homeopathy should be given acknowledgement and recognition by the government in general and the medical profession in particular relates to the diseases of the kidneys. Homeopathy can help avoid surgeries and other mechanical methods of treatment. Even in advanced cases of renal insufficiency, homeopathy can help reduce the frequency of dialysis. Resort to surgery and other mechanical methods in treating kidney problems is quite common in Pakistan. This is not to deny the importance of surgery and other methods such as URS, Continue reading →

Guidelines for submitting a case for homoeopathic evaluation and prescription

Describe all your present complaints (including those which you think to be totally unimportant or unrelated) in order of troublesomeness i.e. first the most troublesome ones, then others. If there is any problem expressing yourself in English, use Roman Urdu. As far as possible, try to provide the following details about each complaint with date of its start, if possible: Continue reading →

Why this website?

Homoeopathy is misrepresented and misunderstood in Pakistan. Misleading advertisements through the print and electronic media by some money-hungry homoeopaths claiming to have a cure for every disease have distorted its true face. Lately, some homoeopathic pharmaceutical companies have also joined the advertisement galore and the latest trend among them to market and promote their products through false claims has made the situation even worse. Added to this are the myths, notions and misconceptions about the effectiveness and practice of homoeopathy, obscuring its true potential. Continue reading →

The difference between single and multi-ingredient medicines (mixtures)

A single remedy is a widely researched and studied remedy which before its use in the clinic has been extensively tested on healthy human volunteers (usually students of homeopathy and homeopathic physicians) for its effects. Single remedies used appropriately are 100% safe. Multi-ingredient medicines (also called mixtures and combinations) are a concoction of two or more single remedies usually in a low strength – Ø, 1X, 2X, 3X, 3C, 6C, etc. The problem with multi-ingredient medicines is that they contain homoeopathic ingredients but the method Continue reading →