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January 2004 | Volume 1 | Issue 1


 
     
 
Dear Readers,

     We are very much satisfied with the wonderful results of our medicine. However when we educate the logic of cure to the medical world we are not taken seriously and to scientific fraternity, it is just unbelievable. We are aware of the many controversies about our system that it is unscientific, that the method of action of our remedies has not been based on histopathological and serological studies. The law of infinitesimals is being criticized as a placebo effect.

     Dr Stephen Barrett had remarked in his web pages that our system is a pseudoscience. Dr Jacques Benveniste purported to explain homeopathy in terms not of molecules present in the solution but in terms of the diluting water retaining a "memory". James Randi returned to refute Benveniste's findings and raised a flare of controversy. Recently former director of Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Dr. P M Bhargava had attacked Homoeopathy as unscientific and placebo therapy. Dr Louis Rey has now revived the "memory of water" theory with his findings

     Even though these day-to-day controversies does affect our Homoeopathic fraternity, the real power of Homoeopathic healing is experienced by millions every day. The "Homoeotimes" team, organised by AKP Homoeopathic Clinical Research Centre, a non-profitable trust, has made an attempt to provide a documented answer to all these queries And your kind cooperation is needed for achieving that goal

     I hope that Homoeotimes will be a practical and useful journal to everybody, in treating your patients and enriching your knowledge

     Expecting your kind cooperation

With regards
 
Dr.R.Gnanasambandam