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EXTRA-MURAL RESEARCH SCHEME OF DEPARTMENT OF AYUSH
RELATED TO RESEARCH IN HOMOEOPATHY
 

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1.              

Clinical Haematological, Biochemical and Immunological Studies on Patients Chronic Arsenic Toxicity and its Homoeopathic Management.

Dr. Ashok Das

National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH), Kolkata.

Jan 1999
to
Jul 2003

1.   CCRH Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 28, No. 2, Pg. no. 28

“Studies on cases of chronic Arsenic toxicity and its implication in the development of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory”.

Out of 361 patients, 93.07% patients manifested symptoms of skin, 56.51% respiratory symptoms, 45.15% gastrointestinal symptoms, 11.08% cardiovascular symptoms, 24.65% nervous symptoms, 1.39% of cases showed malignancy. The qualitative analysis of homoecystiene in urine showed that 92% (119 out of 125) patients of those with active Arsenicism had homocysteinuria. Sulphur was the most commonly indicated medicine followed by Arsenic album and Hepar sulphuricum. The change in symptom score before and after treatment group was significant as compared to the placebo group. 78 patients (36.11%) showed good response i.e. improvement of clinical score of more than 60%, 93 patients (43.85%) showed fair response i.e. improvement of clinical score between 35% to 60% and 33 patients (15.27%) showed poor response i.e. improvement of clinical score being less than 35%. The study brought forth a group of symptoms which were observed due to arsenic toxicity but were not present in any Repertory and Materia medica.

2.   Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 1-2.

‘Studies on cases of chronic Arsenic toxicity and its implication in the development of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory’.

2.              

A study on the effectiveness of homoeopathic bowel nosodes in the treatment of Cervical Spondylosis on the basis of stool culture.

Dr. Chaturbhuja Nayak

Dr. A. C. Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar .

Mar 1999
to
Mar 2002

1. IJRH, Volume 2, No. 1, Jan-Mar 2008, Pg 42-48.

‘A Study on the effectiveness of homoeopathic bowel nosodes in the treatment of Cervical Spondylosis on the basis of Stool Culture report’.

A prospective study of the patients suffering from cervical spondylosis treated with bowel nosodes was conducted with the objective to study their efficacy when prescribed on the basis of stool culture report. The stool culture of 82 enrolled cases was done for isolation of non-lactose fermenting bowel organisms. On the basis of the presence of the predominant bacteria in the stool of patient suffering from cervical spondylosis, the corresponding bowel nosode was administered. Out of 82 patients enrolled in the study, 31 patients were given bowel nosodes only; 69 patients (84.14%) were given bowel nosodes alone or along the homoeopathic/biochemic medicines. The results of the study were, therefore, assessed in these 69 patients only. The study concluded that the bowel nosodes could possibly be used effectively on the basis of the stool culture in the treatment of patients suffering from cervical spondylosis.

2. Scientific validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 5-6

‘A Study on the effectiveness of homoeopathic bowel nosodes in the treatment of Cervical Spondylosis on the basis of Stool Culture’.

3.              

Scope for treatment of Keloids in Homoeopathy and Allopathy.

Dr. Uttareshwar Pachegaonkar

Sri Aurobindo International for Integrated Health and Research, Sri Aurobindo Society, Puducherry

Feb 2000
to
Aug 2003

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4.              

Diabetes mellitus – Defining Scope and Clinical Approach for Homoeopathic Management.

Dr. N.L. Tiwari

Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Trust, Mumbai.

May 2002
to
May 2005

1. IJRH, Volume 2, No. 3, July – September 2008, Pg 28-36.

‘Diabetes mellitus- Defining scope and clinical approach for homoeopathic management’

Results showed that 67% patients improved from the constitutional group while the comparable figures from the organ group and the placebo group were 37% & 7% respectively. There was a statistical significant reduction in blood glucose levels after 6 months of treatment in constitutional group. There was a significant statistical improvement in symptomatology & blood glucose levels in Constitutional group as compared to control group.

2. Scientific validation of homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 7-8.

To Study the Efficacy of Homoeopathic Medicines in the Treatment and Management of NIDDM of Recent and in Chronic Long-standing Disease’.

5.              

Evaluation of anti-proliferative, apoptotic and immuno-modulatory activity of some Indian System and homoeopathic anticancer drugs.

Dr. Satya N. Das

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi .

Apr  2002
to
Oct 2006

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6.              

The Therapeutic Efficacy of B.C.T. on Controlling Japanese Encephalitis - A Clinical Trial. Dr. B. Sohan Singh

J.S.P.S. Government Homoeopathic College, Hyderabad .

Apr 2002
to
Dec 2006

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7.              

Search for Potential Anti Cancer Agent: Evaluation of Anticancer Activity of Potentised and Dynamized. Carcinocin 200, Thuja 2000 & Apis mel. 200 against Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma (EAC) cells in Swiss Albino mice. Dr. Tarun Jha

Jadavpur University , Kolkata

Jun 2002
to
Jun 2006

1. IJRH, Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan-Mar 2008, Pg 38-41.

‘Search for Potential Anti-Cancer Agent: Evaluation of Anticancer Activity of Carcinocin, Apis and Thuja

Evaluation of Anticancer Activity of  Potentised and Dynamized Carcinocin 200, Thuja 2000 & Apis mellifica

200 against Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma (EAC) cells in Swiss Albino mice, showed that the survival time after administration of Carcinosin 1M was significant in comparison to placebo group (6 live animals vs. 2 live animals after 15 days respectively). Percentage of inhibition of ascitic cells and fluid activity increased with increasing dilution highest being 16.22% of Carcinosin 1M.

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 9-10.

‘Search for Potential Anti-Cancer Agent: Evaluation of Anticancer Activity of Potentised and Dynamized Carcinocin 200, Thuja 200 &Apis mel. 200 against Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma (EAC) cells in Swiss Albino mice’.

8.              

Homoeopathic Management of Chronic Lead Poisoning. Dr. Abdul Lethif

Government Homoeopathic Medical College , Trivandrum .

 

Aug 2002
To
Aug 2006

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9.              

Double Blind                   Placebo Controlled Trial of Indicated Homoeopathic Medicines in Management of Withdrawals of Drug Dependants.

Dr. Ajay Grover

Navjyoti Delhi Police Foundation, Delhi.

Sept 2002
to
Sept 2005

1. IJRH, Vol. 3, No. 1, Jan-Mar 2009, Pg 41-44

 

‘Double blind placebo controlled trial of Homoeopathic medicines in the management of withdrawal symptoms in Opium addicts and its alkaloid derivatives – dependents’.

Homoeopathic medicines were given for management of withdrawal symptoms in opium addicts and its alkaloids deratives-dependents, addicted primarily to opium, its alkaloid derivatives either natural or synthetic (morphine, codeine, heroine, pethidine, and other narcotic etc.), Action of each individual homoeopathic medicine in relieving the symptoms was significantly better than that of placebo in each group in this study. The symptoms like lachrymation, sneezing, yawning, abdominal pain, constipation, anxiety & irritability particularly responded better to the medicine than placebo.

2. Scientific validation of homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 17-18.

‘Double Blind Placebo controlled trial of homoeopathic medicines in the management of withdrawal symptoms in Opium addicts and its alkaloid derivatives – dependents’

10.          

Therapeutic Evaluation of Homoeopathic Medicines in Treatment of Obesity. Dr. Uttareshwar Pachegaonkar

Sri Aurobindo International Institute for Integral Health & Research, Puducherry.

Apr 2003
To
Mar 2006

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11.          

Effect of some potentised drugs on alcohol induced cardiac neuropathy. Dr. N.C. Sukul

Viswa Bharti University , West Bengal .

Jun 2004
to
Dec 2007

1. IJRH, Vol. 3, No. 2, Apr-June 2009, Pg 53-55

‘Effect of Three Potentised Homoeopathic Drugs on Alcohol-induced changes in the Nerve Plexus of Heart & Serum Parameters in Albino Rats’.

Alcohol-fed rats treated with Nux vomica 30C showed 20+3% degeneration; treated with Chelidonium 30C showed 23+4% degeneration of nerve plexus in comparison to untreated rats (40+5%) of nerve plexus degeneration;  Nux vomica and Chelidonium30C also reduced the serum parameters significantly (P<0.05).

2. Scientific validation of homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 14-16

‘Effect of Three Potentised Homoeopathic Drugs on Alcohol-induced changes in the Nerve Plexus of Heart & Serum Parameters in Albino Rats’.

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An Investigation for testing efficacy and mechanism of action of certain potentised homoeopathic drugs in combating artificially induced hepatocarcinoma in mice and rats.

Dr. Khuda Buksh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Kalyani , West Bengal .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apr 2004
to

Mar 2007

 

1. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 11, Issue 5, Nov 2005, Pg 839-854.

‘Efficacy of Potentized Homeopathic Drugs, Carcinocin 200, Fed Alone and in Combination with Another Drug, Chelidonium 200, in Amelioration of p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene-Induced Hepatocarcinogenesis in Mice’.

Liver tumors were induced in mice through chronic feeding of p-DAB (initiator) and phenobarbital (promoter). The relative efficacy of the two potentized remedies, alone or in combination, in combating hepatocarcinogenesis was assessed through several cytogenetical endpoints such as chromosome aberrations, induction of micronuclei, sperm head anomaly, and mitotic index at several intervals of fixation. Several toxicity biomarkers were also assayed. Both Carcinosin 200 and Chelidonium 200 when administered alone show considerable ameliorative effect against p-DAB-induced hepatocarcinogenesis in mice; but the conjoint feeding of these two drugs appears to have had a slightly greater protective effect.

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 3-4.

‘An Investigation for testing efficacy and mechanism of action of certain Potentised homoeopathic drugs in combating artificially induced hepatocarcinoma in mice and rats’.

3. Molecular and cellular Biochemistry2006; 285 (1-2): 121 -31.

‘Protective potentials of a potentized homeopathic drug, Lycopodium -30, in ameliorating azo dye induced hepatocarcinogenesis in mice.’

4. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine,2009; 6 (1): 65-75.

‘Amelioration of Carcinogen-Induced Toxicity in Mice by Administration of a Potentized Homeopathic Drug, Natrum sulphuricum 200.’

5. Indian Journal of Bio-chemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 46, Aug 2009, Pg 307-318.

‘Homoeopathic drugs Natrum sulphuricum and Carcinosin prevent azo dye- induced heaptocarcinogenosis in mice’.

6. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Vol. 4(3), 2010  

Efficacy of ethanolic spore of extract of Lycopodium clavatum in reducing induced hepatotoxicity and genotoxicity in mice.’

13.          

Studies on homoeopathic medicines for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Dr. Fakhrul Islam

Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi .

Nov 2004 to
Dec 2007

Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no.11-13.

‘Studies on Homoeopathic Medicines for the Treatment of    Parkinson’s Disease’.

Evaluation of the effect of 8 Homoeopathic medicines namely, Agaricus muscaris, Argentum nitricum, Hyoscyamus, Lycopodium, Mercurius solubilis, Plumbum metallicum, Rhus toxicodendron, Zincum metallicum, was done in various potencies to ascertain the neuro-behavioral and neuro-chemical activities of parkinsonian rats. In terms of neuro-behavioural activities, Hyoscyamus, Zincum metallicum, Rhus tox, Agaricus, Lycopodium, Mercurius sol. showed significant improvement.

14.          

Role of homoeopathic constitutional treatment in scabies infection in adivasi children attending ashram shalas (resident school) in palghar & vikramgarh taluka, thane district, Maharashtra .

Dr. Chandershekhar Goda

Dr. M.L. Dhawale Memorial Trust, Mumbai.

Nov 2004
to
Mar 2008

1. IJRH, Vol. 4, No. 2, Apr-June 2010, Pg 33-40

‘Role of Homoeopathic treatment in scabies infection in Adivasi children attending Ashram Shalas (resident schools)’.

A randomized placebo control trial conducted on 300 patients. The results were statistically significant (p <0.01) in Homoeopathy group compared to placebo. In the constitutional group, only 2% children showed a recurrence.

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 20

Role of Homoeopathic Constitutional Treatment in Scabies Infection in Adivasi Children attending Ashram Shalas (Resident School) in Palghar & Vikram garh taluka, Thane District, Maharashtra’

15.          

An approach to acute diarrhoeal disorders through sector and constitutional homoeopathic treatment in adivasi children attending balwadis in palghar & vikramgarh taluka, thane district, Maharashtra .

Dr. Manoj Patel

Dr. M.L. Dhawale Memorial Trust, Mumbai.

Nov 2004
 to
Mar 2008

1. IJRH, Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct-Dec 2010, Pg 36-48.

‘An Approach to acute diarrhoeal disorders through sector and constitutional homoeopathic treatment in tribal children attending balwadis’.

The indicated acute homoeopathic medicines followed by constitutional medicines showed significant (p<0.05) impact in reducing episodes of diarrhoea in children with recurrent episodes of diarrhoea.

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 21.

‘An Approach to acute diarrhoeal disorders through sector and constitutional homoeopathic treatment’

16.          

Randomized double blind clinical trial of homoeopathic medicines in the treatment of trophic ulcer and neuropathy in leprosy.

Dr. Dhruba Chakraborty

Society for Welfare of the Handicapped Persons, Durgapur .

Jan 2005
to
Jan 2008

1. IJRH, Vol. 3, No. 4, Oct-Dec 2009, Pg 54-65.

 

‘Randomized double blind clinical trial of a homoeopathic medicine in the treatment of trophic ulcer and neuropathy in leprosy’.

The study showed statistically significant improvement in the healing of ulcers and regaining of nerve sensation. The biopsy from the treated cases showed almost normal dermis containing new nerve twigs and sweat glands and blood vessels with no evidence of perivascular or perineural inflammatory reaction. Radiographs of the patients with ulcer showed absence of osteomyelitic changes of phalanges with bony remodelling of metatarsal bone.

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no.22-23

Randomized double blind clinical trial of homoeopathic medicines in the treatment of trophic ulcer and neuropathy in leprosy’.

17.          

Clinical study of effects of homoeopathic constitutional and organopathic medicines in patients suffering from benign hypertrophy of the prostate.

Dr. A.K. Mishra

Dr. A. C. Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar .

Apr 2005
to
Apr 2008

1. Homeopathy, Vol. 101, Issue 4 , Oct 2012, Pg 217-223

‘Constitutional, organopathic and combined homeopathic treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy: a clinical trial’.

Overall 85% of patients showed improvement of subjective symptoms such as frequency, urgency, hesitancy, intermittent flow, unsatisfactory urination, feeble stream, diminution of residual urine volume but there was no reduction in prostate size. Treatment response was highest with BCOM group (38.24%) compared to OM (31.62%) and CM (30.15%).

2. Scientific Validation of Homoeopathy, CCRH, pg. no. 19.

Clinical Study of effects of Homoeopathic Constitutional &Organopathic medicines in patients suffering from Benign Hypertrophy of Prostate’

18.          

Therapeutic efficacy of Homoeopathic Medicines in the treatment of Psoriasis

Dr. A.P. Sarangi

Biju Patnaik Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Berhampur, Orissa.

Aug 2006
to
Nov 2009

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19.          

Efficacy of Homoeopathic medicine in Uterine Fibroid.

Dr. Iqbal Jahan

Princess Durru Shehvar Children's and General Hospital , Purani Haveli, Hyderabad .

Sept 2006
to
 Aug 2009

1. IJRH, Vol 6 (No. 1&2), Pg . 8-14

‘Role of homoeopathy in treatment of uterine fibroid’

In 12 patients, fibroid resolved completely. There was a statistically significant reduction in size of fibroid(s) (p=<0.05). Calcarea Carbonica , Pulsatilla , Phosphorus , Lycopodium, Sulphur and Kali carbonica were found to be most useful among the prescribed homoeopathic medicine.

2. IJRH, April-June 2008 Vol. 2 (No. 2) Pg. 50-55

‘A case of uterine fibroid.’

20.          

Efficacy of Homoeopathic medicine in Cerebral infarcts.

Dr. Aslam Abbas

Princess Durru Shehvar Children's and General Hospital , Purani Haveli, Hyderabad .

Sept 2006
to
Aug 2009

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The reduction in the NSS score at 6 months was statistically significant (P<0.001).  The effective medicines found in the study are Causticum, Arnica  Nux vomica , Lycopodium and Lachesis. None of these patients had any worsening signs during the study period nor showed any formation of new infarcts.

21.          

Exploring effectiveness of Homoeopathic therapeutics in the Management of Childhood Autism Disorder.

Dr. Praful Barvalia

Spandan Holistic Institute of Applied Homoeopathy, Mumbai.

Nov 2006
to 
Oct 2009

Homoeopathic Links, Spring 2011, Vol. 24, Pg 31-38

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Holistic Homeopathy’ ;

Study demonstrated significant reduction of autistic features of children (mean change in ATEC 15.12% and ATEC mean % change 19.72. P value < 0.05). Homoeopathic intervention brought modification in behavior followed by changes in other aspects (AHS136 to AHS114.30, p value< 0.05).

22.          

Immunological studies in Rheumatoid Arthritis treated with Homoeopathic drugs

Dr. V S Negi

Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education,
Pondicherry

Mar 2007
to
Dec 2011

IJRH, Vol. 2, No. 4, Oct-Dec 2008, Pg 42-49

 

‘Immunological Studies On Rheumatoid Arthritis treated With Homoeopathic Drugs: Results of A Pilot Study.’

The study showed change in the clinical features, reduction in parameters of inflammation and IL6 levels which suggest a possible immunomodulatory role of homoeopathic drugs in Rheumatoid Arthritis.

23.          

Studies of Homoeopathic Medicines on Healthy Neuronal Cell Line.

Dr. Fakhrul Islam

Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi .

Nov 2007
to 
Oct. 2009

IJRH, Vol. 5, No. 3, July-September 2011, Pg 27-35

‘Neuroprotective effects of Bellis perennis and Hypericum  perforatum on PC12 cells’.

The medicines (Bellis perennis and Hypericum perforatum in 6C and 30C potency) in three different concentrations in PC12 cells differentiated with nerve growth factor. Activities of various enzymes studied were significantly restored in drug treated groups as compared to positive controls, which indicate that these medicines have preventive role on differentiated PC12 cells.

24.          

Role of homoeopathic medicines in up-regulation of host immunity using leprosy disease model.

Dr. Dhruba Chakarborty

Society for Welfare of the Handicapped Persons, Durgapur

Oct 2007
to
Sept 2011

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120 leprosy patients of the age group below 60years & above 14 years of age were randomly selected. The patients were subjected to slit skin smear to observe presence of AFB. Lepromin test was also carried out in all inmates. All these patients were subjected for classification on the Ridley Jopling Scale, after that patients were divided into two groups. Group IA : 30 cases were given Sulphur 200 weekly once per as for 02 year. Group IIA: 30 cases were given Mercurius solubilis 200 per as at 07 days interval, were selected on the basis of symptoms as indicated in the literature. Group IB : 30 cases received Paucibacillary leprosy regimen of MDT. Group IIB: 30 cases received Multibacillary regimen of MDT. The cases showed clinical improvement in both groups. The statistical analysis of IL 10, INF γ and TNFα in TT/BT show no difference between the groups treated with MDT and groups treated with Homoeopathy.

25.          

Evidence based clinical study on the effect of homoeopathic drugs in cases of ovarian cyst.

Dr. Girish Gupta

Homoeopathic Research Foundation, Lucknow

Feb 2008

to

Jan 2010

IJRH Vol. 5 No. 1 Jan – Mar 2011, Pg: 36-42.

‘Evidence based clinical study on the effect of homoeopathic drugs in cases of ovarian cyst’.

Pre- and post-treatment ultrasonography reports showed statistically significant difference in mean values of maximum dimension of ovarian cyst (p<0.05). Cysts were totally resolved in 16.67% patients, 20.83% patients had reduction in the size of the cysts.

26.          

To evaluate the effect of Homoeopathic treatment on natural history of Auto- immune Thyroiditis

Dr. V K Chauhan

Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, New Delhi

Feb 2008
to
Apr 2011

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27.          

To ascertain the role of Homoeopathic therapy in the management of Learning Disabilities.

Dr. K.M. Dhawale

Dr. M.L. Dhawale Memorial Trust, Mumbai.

Feb 2008
 to 
Feb 2011

1. Homoeopathic Heritage, July 2012, Pg 23-28.

‘Exploring The Role of Homeopathy in The Management of Learning Disabilities’.

03year randomized double blind case control study was carried out on 67 children between ages 8-12 years fulfilling the criteria of LD (ICD-10) for dyslexia and Dysgraphia with a minimal observation period of one year. The study was conducted in three Marathimedium schools in Mumbai. 67 children between ages 8-12 years fulfilling the criteria of LD (ICD-10) for dyslexia and Dysgraphia were studied for a minimal observation period of one year. All received remedial education as it is the standard mode of management. 32 children constituted Group I and were administered the indicated homoeopathic medicine in the 200th potency in infrequent repetition while 35 children from Group II were given placebo. The children and the Remedial Educators who were the assessors were blinded for the study. ttest was done for statistical analysis. The children under homoeopathic treatment with remedial education showed an early response to remedial inputs and a statistically significant change in the indicators of dyslexia and Dysgraphia. 53.12% of children needed Calcarea salts. The other significant remedy (9.3% children) was Medorrhinum, Argenticum nitricum, Calc-flour, and Natrum salts were indicated in 6.25% children.

2. IJRH Vol. 8 No. 2, Issue 2 / Apr-Jun 2014, Pg 87-94

28.          

Biochemical and molecular basis of evaluation of efficacy of Rauwolfia serpentine in its crude (Q) and potentised (6C and 30C) preparations on hypertension-induced rat models.

Dr. L K Nanda

Dr. A.C. Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital,
Bhubaneswar , Orissa.

Dec 2008
to
Dec 2011

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29.          

Modulation of cytokine profile by homoeopathic drugs 
in Rheumatoid arthritis: in-vitro studies

Dr. V S Negi

Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical education and Research, Puducherry

Mar 2009
to
Dec 2011

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30.          

A study to investigate the anti-oxidant effect of homoeopathic drugs in isolated rat hepatocytes

Prof. (Mrs.) Archana R. Juvekar

 

University of Chemical Technology, Mumbai

Dec 2009
to
Nov 2010

Indian Drugs, 48 (12) December 2011.

‘In Vitro Evaluation of Homeopathic Drugs for Antioxidant Activity’

5 study drugs namely, Acid phosoricum, Ignatia, Nux vomica, Phosphorus and Zinc with 4 different concentrations of each were evaluated for their antioxidant potential. Reduction ability was found to be the highest with the lowest concentration in 4 out of 5 selected drugs. The highest activity was exhibited by Nux vomica.

31.          

Spectral standardization of potentised homoeopathic medicines Dr. C R Mahata

Bengal Engineering & Science University ,
West Bengal .

Nov 2009
to
Mar 2014

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32.          

A study of depressive disorders in Hyderabad urban population with a Homoeopathic approach. Dr. G R Mohan

Andhra Pradesh Homoeopathic Association Multi-Specialty Clinic, Hyderabad .

Dec 2009
to
Dec 2012

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33.          

Homoeopathic Management of Benign Neoplastic Lesions of breast – An evidence based study

Dr. Purnima Shukla

Purte Priya Memorial, Sri Ram Medical and Homoeo Research Centre, Gorakhpur , U.P

Dec 2009
to
Dec 2012

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34.          

Evaluation of major active principles of anti-diabetic homoeopathic medicines from  Cephalandra indica at ultra-high dilutions in experimental animals Professor Satyahari Dey

Indian Institute of Technology , Kharagpur

Feb 2010
to
Mar 2010

IJRH, Vol. 6, No.1&2, 2012

Anti-diabetic effect of Cephalandra indica Q in diabetic rats

The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of Cephalandra indica mother tincture and potencies on blood glucose level, cholesterol level, body weightand beta-cells of pancreatic islets of Langerhans, in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic Wistar rats. Glucose uptake was monitored in mother tincture-treated mouse fibroblast cell line. Diabetes mellitus was induced by intraperitoneal injection of STZ (55 mg/kg body weight) in adult male rats. After three days of injection, diabetic rats received mother tincture orally (750 μL/kg body weight) daily for three weeks. There was a significant reduction of blood glucose level, regain of body weight, and regeneration of beta-cells in the pancreas of the mother tincture-treated rats. Mother tincture-treated 3T3 cells also showed reduced uptake of glucose in comparison to normal cells.

The present study clearly indicates a significant antidiabetic effect of Cephalandra indica and lends support for its usage as a homoeopathic medicine.

35.          

Effect of potentized homoeopathic medicines prepared at different dates using plant based bioassays as a model

Dr. N K Dhal

Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology, CSIR, Bhubaneswar

April 2011
to
Apr 2012

Biohelica: Vol.3 (1&2): 38-43, 2013

Effects of potentised homoeopathic medicines, Arsenicum album and Baryta carbonica on growth and pigment concentration of wheat      (triticumaestivum L.)” 

Wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum L.) of Sonalika variety were exposed to different centesimal potency (strength) of homeopathic medicine, Arsenicum album and Baryta carbonica. And the effect was analyzed on various parameters starting from germination to pigment concentration of seedlings grown in vitro. Result showed that, although there was no change in the seedling dry weight but a significant positive effect was observed on other growth parameters viz., shoot length, root length, fresh weight and pigment concentration as compared to untreated. Despite being successively diluted beyond the Avogadro number these potentised medicines affect the plant growth and development.

36.          

Identification of mode and pathway of anti-diabetic action of ultra-molecular dilutions of alloxan on alloxan induced diabetic rabbit.

Dr. Dibyajyoti Banerjee

 

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and research, Chandigarh

July 2011
to
July 2013

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The result had shown that irrespective of potentized (6C & 30X) alloxan therapy in the experimental animals there was induction of diabetes mellitus after intraperitonial injection. Therefore potentized alloxan 6C and 30X neither prevent not control alloxan induced diabetes mellitus in the New Zeeland rabbits. This observations attest that isopathy may not universally work in alloxan induced diabetic state and proper protocol formulation for research involving experimental animals have to be developed for understanding the molecular mechanism of homoeopathic remedies.

 

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