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Achieving rapid response in pathological cases through Homeopathy

India presently has the largest number of practising Homeopaths. Homeopathy in India is one of the
alternative line of treatment for a broad range of clinical conditions. Likewise, India also has the
largest number of Ayurvedic Vaidya’s. Culturally, Indians are open to various alternative treatments
that advocate wholistic views on health.
As systems of medicine, both Ayurveda and Homeopathy have defined and understood several
primary factors while treating patients. The attempt is to see how these sciences analyse them:
1 – the concept of health.
2 – the concept of disease.
3 – how to evaluate factors that contribute to disease and health.
4 – the approach to life-style factors.
5 – the duties of a physician .
The objective here is to bridge these two systems of medicine by identifying key points of
similarities if any. Evidently, both systems of medicine have several fundamental principles in
common. The presentation will highlight the similarities in the above concepts for opening up a link
between Homeopathy and Ayurveda, so they work in synergy with TM for achieving the higher
quality of health for humans. The purpose of this presentation is to shift focus from therapy
centered behaviour to patient centered behaviour on the part of the physician.
Furthermore, the presentation aims to expound the above understanding with relevant clinical cases
with the help of pre and post treatment diagnostic work-up.
Advanced pathological cases like Enteric Duplication Cyst, Mitral stenosis, Appendicitis, Renal Calculi,
Space Occupying Lesion, Dysfunctional Bladder, etc. where patients were advised to undergo
surgical intervention responded favourably to medical line of treatment which thankfully saved the
patients from physical,mental and monetary stresses. Infective diseases like Dengue, Tuberculosis,
Malaria, etc . which are nowadays increasingly resistant to antibiotic treatment regimens were cured
with homeopathy by building up immunity ,without any post illness fatigue. Therefore the quality
life of the patients were not compromised. In addition to these Hormonal disorders like
Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid disorders, Ovarian cyst etc also responded favourably to
homeopathic treatment . Cases which had no definite solutions with the modern medicine like SSPE,
Pott’s Spine, Dry Eye Syndrome, etc. has been treated with homoepathy much to the patients relief.
Evidently homeopathy can address patho-physiology of illness rapidly and effectively, especially
where the alternative choices are restricted to steroidal , hormonal or surgical treatments that can
be accompanied by side effects.
In conclusion, it is suggested that as practitioner’s of healing art one should aim to make the
patient’s welfare the primary concern. We need to become a physician first and then a Ayurved, or a
Homeopath, or a Allopath,etc. For achieving Wholistic health it’s time we start integrating the
systematic learnings from Ayurvedic, and Homeopathic therapy in combination with TM. MERU
here has already done good quality work in this direction ,we just need to work cooperatively to
move ahead.Maharishi’s vision and MERU’s efforts for helping suffering humanity can become
more and more a reality in a consistent manner, through this approach so that mankind benefits
from this endeavour.

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