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Project Report

For Building Equiping & Commisioning of a Fully Equiped, Self Contained, State of the Art, Modern, New Homoeopathic Clinic, at Ghana.

Prepared & Submitted by -

Dr. Amar D. Nikam.
trustee - Aditya Homoeopathic Hospital & Healing Charitable trust,
Director - Aditya Homoeopathic Hospital & Healing Centre,
Aditya Homoeopathic Hospital & Healing Centre,
Pimpri Gaon, Pune - 411017.
Maharashtra, India.
Tel - 020 27412197, 27412549.
Mobile - 9822041847.
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  1. Introduction

  2. About Dr. Amar Nikam.

  3. About Aditya Homoeoepathic Hospital & Healing Centre.

  4. Awareness & training Program.

  5. Establishment of O.P.D.

  6. Estimate.

  7. Conclusion

Introduction :

Brief History of Homoeopathy :
Hahnemann born in Germany in 1755. In 1779, was awarded the title ‘Doctor of Medicine’. In 1790, he went on to describe the effect of cinchona (China) had which he deliberately took doses of it himself. All those symptoms, which to me are typical of intermittent fever - all made their appearance. So he put the new principle - Like cures Like. The paper was published in 1796. This was the beginning of Homoeopathy.

He did research on ‘Dosage’ & ‘Strength’. He developed a more comprehensive list of medicines, carrying out experiments known as proving, from the German word ‘Prufen’ to test. In 1805, he produced a work describing the properties of 27 remedies, all tested on himself & volunteers.

In 1812, he used homoeopathy effectively to treat ‘Typhus’. Napoleon’s retreating army had been struck down with the disease and spread the infection throughout Europe. Homoeopathy proved more effective than conventional remedies of the time and its popularity & use spread.

Locals, probably jealous physicians had conspired against him to prevent him preparing his remedies. A patients of his, Prince Schwarzenberg of Austria, had died as a result of intemperate living. Hahnemann opponents had taken the opportunity to seize on the prince’s death as evidence of the failure of homoeopathy.

He went to Coethen city where under the patronage of a patient of his, the Duke of Anhalt Coethen, he was allowed to prepare and dispense remedies without opposition. He remained there for 11 years. During this time he published his work, ‘Chronic Diseases’.

In 1831, a cholera epidemic swept across Europe. In many centers, Homoeopathy was used and the death mates were significantly less than those of the allopathic. The epidemic ensured that the reputation of homoeopathy spread further.

In the latter years of his life (i.e. after 1834), he went to Paris & set up practice there and become internationally famous. He died in 1843.

Homoeopathy & It’s Principles :

The word Homoeopathy, literally means ‘Similar Suffering’ and is based on the law of similar. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of the formal therapeutic system of homoeopathy came up with the theory that a substance which can also cure those same symptoms in a sick person. This is called the ‘Law of Similars - Similia Similibus Curentur’, and occurs throughout nature.

For instance, on unpleasant smell can be destroyed by a stronger smell, not by loud music. You can drown a nasty noise by another noise, not by switching on a light. Experiments have shown that engine noises can actually be silenced by exactly mimicking the wavelength of the noise produced. Starlight is obliterated by a stronger light of daylight at dawn.

Diseases only co - exist when they are dissimilar. When they are similar, they destroy each other. (Provided they are not interfered with) Once Hahnemann had made his discovery, then he experimented with other drugs and substance on his family and friends and built up a comprehensive Materia Medica.

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