CCRH publication provides reference of homeopathic research conducted by Indian scientists

On the occasion of the International Homeopathy Day 2013 (World Homeopathic Day), the Government of India, Department of AYUSH/Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has published a new publication titled ‘Homoeopathy - Science of Gentle Healing'. It traces the development of Homeopathy and its successful institutionalization in India. The chapter on research and development provides a ready reference of the studies of some published clinical and basic research studies conducted by Indian scientists.

The efforts and achievements of the Government in the development and standardization of the drugs, particularly related to incorporating drugs of Indian origin in the Homoeopathic Materia Medica has been outlined. The infrastructure and mechanisms ensuring quality education and practice of Homoeopathy have also been detailed.

The publication has been developed through a consultative process involving numerous experts and peers in the field and would be a useful resource for policy makers, researchers, academicians, practitioners and students.

The E-book is available on the website of the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) and can be accessed at  www.ccrhindia.org/Dossier/index.html.
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The Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) was established as an autonomous organisation in 1978, under the Dept. of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India. Primarily a research body, CCRH has a multi-dimensional approach to research and its varied research activities include ‘Survey, collection and cultivation of medicinal plants', ‘Drug standardisation', ‘Drug proving', ‘Clinical verification' and ‘Clinical research'. CCRH also collaborates with other research bodies and monitors extramural researches.