A COMPLICATED CASE OF PLACENTA PREVIA WITH HOMEOPATHY About the patient: A patient come in my Meherpure chamber in Bangladesh at 17/02/14 in morning with heavy per vaginal bleeding prolonged 20 days. Name- Ayesha khatun,Age 19 I make a prescription for ultra sound.the diagnosis present with – GRAVID.THERE IS SINGLE GESTATIONAL SAC IN THE UTERUS WITHIN WHICH DEFINITE FETUS […]

A Homoeopathic case of Fibroid uterus & Right Ovarian cyst with Retoverted Bulgy Uterus. 38 years old married women. present complaints: Frequant micturation. pain in lumber region with severe constipation. Insomnia. With pain in vertex. Oily food avoid. Hot patient. Thirst less. Previous Lab investigation: 29/08/21- Retroverted bulgy uterus; Fibroid uterus & Right ovarian cyst. […]

The curry tree, Murraya koenigii or Bergera koenigii, is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae (the rue family, which includes rue, citrus, and satinwood), and is native to Asia. The plant is also sometimes called sweet neem, though M. koenigii is in a different family to neem, Azadirachta indica, which is in the related family Meliaceae. Chemical constituents Compounds found in curry tree leaves, stems, bark, and seeds include cinnamaldehyde, and numerous carbazole alkaloids, including mahanimbine, girinimbine, and mahanine. Nutritionally, the […]

Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, procumbent yellow sorrel or sleeping beauty, is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing herbaceous plant in the family Oxalidaceae. It resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. The leaves of woodsorrel are quite edible, with a tangy taste of lemons. A drink can be made by infusing the leaves in hot water for about 10 minutes, sweetening and then chilling.[7] The entire plant is rich […]

Jatropha gossypiifolia, commonly known as bellyache bush, black physicnut or cotton-leaf physicnut, is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae. The species is native to Mexico, Philippines, South America, Gujarat State (India), and the Caribbean islands. It is a declared noxious weed in Puerto Rico and is naturalised in northern Australia, including Queensland where it is listed as a Class 2 declared pest plant. It grows to 2.5–4 m (8.2–13.1 ft) high. The three […]

Ambrosia psilostachya is a species of ragweed known by the common names Cuman ragweed and perennial ragweed, and western ragweed. Traditional use Ambrosia cumanensis; herb teas for yellow fever, constipation, menorrhagia. Herb juice for pleurisy. Root or herb infusions for colds, flu, fever, in postpartum depurants. Herb of second growth crushed leaves mixed with chicken fat and/or hot water, cool mixture rubbed on […]

Calotropis gigantea, the crown flower, is a species of Calotropis native to Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines,Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, China, Pakistan, Nepal, and tropical Africa.It is a large shrub growing to 4 m (13 ft) tall. It has clusters of waxy flowers that are either white or lavender in colour. Each flower consists of five pointed petals and a small “crown” rising from the center which holds the stamens. The aestivation found in calotropis is valvate […]

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