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Pyrogen is a nosode (see, what is a nosode?), which is employed in homeopathy in the treatment of septic states. Pyrogen, also known as Pyrogenium, is used in the treatment of the following medical conditions, viz. –
Septicemia, septic fevers, surgical septicemia, sapremia, puerperal septicemia, septic fever following abortion or miscarriage,…[Read more]
The term Lochia has been derived from lokhos (childbirth). Lochia is the normal discharge that flows from the uterus and vagina after parturition (childbirth or delivery). The following phases of lochia appear in succession after the delivery, viz. –
Lochia rubra – This discharge occurs immediately after the delivery, and is red or brownish red…[Read more]
The medical term Vernix (Latin, varnish) or Vernix Caseosa (in Latin, Vernix Caseosa literally means – cheese-like varnish) is defined as the fatty substance composed of sebum (the oily secretion of the sebaceous glands present in the skin) and dead epithelial cells providing a protective covering to the skin of the fetus. Vernix Caseosa is…[Read more]
The Bates method is a non-invasive and natural method of visual retraining that helps in correcting eyesight problems and enhancing vision. The Bates method involves the use of techniques to relieve eye strain and improve coordination between the brain and eyes.
The Bates method was developed by an American ophthalmologist – Dr. William Horatio…[Read more]
Reply To Main Uses of Euphrasia in Homeopathy
Homeopathic remedy known as Euphrasia is prepared from a plant species – Euphrasia officinalis (Eye-bright). In homeopathy, it is generally used in the treatment of catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes, especially of the eyes and nose.
Some of the main medical conditions for which Euphrasia…[Read more]
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