A science of CURE

A re-animating (Sanjeevani) system of medicine

Hahnemann the Originator Dr. C. S. F. Hahnemann defined CURE as follows: The highest ideal of cure is rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of the health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, in the shortest, most reliable, and most harmless way, on easily comprehensible principles.

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I humbly dedicate this work to:

1. Revered Dr C. S. F. Hahnemann – who has shown me the light to serve the sick so that they regain health gently and permanently

2. To my wife late Urmila Mamgain, who helped me silently continue my study and work of homoeopathy to carry on un-interruptedly during past fifty years.

I owe my deep gratitude to my nephew Mr. Shubham Mamgain who developed the software to enable my idea real and to enable me to bring my work of long years to light for the benefit of the sick.

Homoeopathy teaches that the patient should be treated and the patient only, after which the organs and tissues become normal. The whole duty of the physician is to restore health to the patient.

My Publications

A book titled HOMOEOPATHY KE VYAVHARIK SIDDHANT, published by Pragatisheel Prakashan, Saharanpur, in 1990 (Hindi).
DHATUDOSHON KI ABHIVYAKTIYAN a Hindi translation of a Chapter “Basic Symptoms of Psora – The Rubrics” from Part I of Dr. J. H. Allen’s CHRONIC MIASMS published by self in 1997.
HANDBOOK OF PATHOGENESIS OF THE MEDICINES FOR EPILEPSY published by the Indian Books & Periodicals Publishers, New Delhi.

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More than two hundred fifty articles on various topics in Hindi, Garhwali and English have so far been published in various News Papers, Homoeopathic Journals and Souvenirs. Numerous articles on various topics, Case Reports have been published in Souvenirs of various Seminars/Conferences of State and National level; including The American Homoeopath – The Journal of the North American Society of Homoeopaths.

So far thirty-one articles have been published on web site www.spiritindia.com.

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