Acupuncture is a form of complementary / alternative medicine; it is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine. As per Chinese philosophy our body is governed by a constantly flowing energy called ‘Qi’. This Qi has two components Yin & Yang (like male and female partner of a family).
Dr Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler, a noted German biochemist and Homoeopath, discovered the Biochemic system in the year 1873. He analysed ashes of dead bodies and concluded that they contain 12 compound salts, viz.Calcium Flouride, Calcium Phosphate, Calcium Sulphate, Ferrum Phosphate, Kali Muriaticum, Kali Phosphoricum, Kali Sulphuricum (Kali salts are Potassium salts), Magnesium Phosphoricum, Natrum Muriaticum (actually common salt), Natrum Phosphoricum, Natrum Sulphuricum and Silicea.
In this day and age life has become more challenging. We face stressors on a daily basis, in such times the focus is on coping mechanisms and in finding ways to be in a happy space.
Very high incidence of parents taking kids to the right doctor and religiously administering medicines; still child not better! LifeCountz spoke to eminent paediatrician Dr Suhas Prabhu and he, like his diagnosis, hit the nail on the head.
Hundreds of quacks have entered the sacred domain of Ayurveda – dishing out medicines made at home, with no quality standards, no purifications, no systems, under guise of herbal, ayurvedic etc. LifeCountz approached renowned Ayurveda Practitioner, Dr Prashant Sawant for a 3 part series on Ayurveda that will help readers grasp what is Ayurveda plus when, where and how is… Read more →
Flashback – So what was Homoeopathy? Homoeopathy celebrated the 200th anniversary of its existence in 1996!