homeopathy clinic in kerala


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Homoeopathy as a system of alternative medicine was developed in Germany by Dr.Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), an allopathic German physician in the late 18th century. It is a therapeutic system of medicine based on the principle, “Similia Similibus Curentur” or “Like cures like”. This concept of “law of similar” was also enunciated by Hippocrates and Paracelsus; and is also found in many ancient medical texts & teachings. However it was Dr. Samuel Hahnemann who established it as a therapeutic system of medicine based on his thorough research and experiences. Later on many stalwarts of different systems of medicine and research field joined him and contributed to the development of this therapeutic method. To name a few – Dr. J.T.Kent, Dr.Boenninghausen, Dr.Boericke, Dr.Constantine Herring, etc. Till now researches and innovations are going on in this field headed by modern day homoeopathic stalwarts like Dr.George Vithoulkas, Dr. Paul Herscu, Dr. Prakash Vakil, Dr. Prafull Vijaykar, Dr.Rajan Sankaran, etc. and organizations like Central Research Institute Of Homoeopathy(CRIH); and also independendent studies and research are being conducted by homoeopathic enthusiasts such as Dr.K.C.Chandran. Researches are even going on as part of molecular medicine and nano-medicine in this field. Still Homoeopathy as a therapeutic science has a long way to go to prove its maximum potential.


Homoeopathy was introduced in India when some German missionaries and physicians started distributing homoeopathic medicines amongst local inhabitants. However, Homoeopathy took roots in India in 1839 when Dr. John Martin Honigberger successfully treated Maharaja Ranjit Singh for the paralysis of Vocal Cords. Dr. Honigberger settled in Kolkata (the then Calcutta ) and became popular as Cholera-doctor . Later, Dr. M.L. Sirkar, a reputed Physician of his time, also started practicing Homoeopathy. He edited the first Homoeopathic Journal ‘Calcutta Journal of Medicine' in the year 1868. In 1881, many renowned physicians including Dr. P.C. Mujumdar and Dr. D. N. Roy established first Homoeopathic College - the ‘ Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College'. Dr. Lahiri, Dr. B. K. Sarkar and many others made personal efforts in establishing Homoeopathy as a profession. They are well known for their contribution to the growth of Homoeopathy not only in West Bengal but also in the whole country.

In 1937, the Central Legislative Assembly resolved, “That this Assembly recommends to the Governor General in Council that he may be pleased to introduce Homoeopathic treatment in government hospitals and give homoeopathic colleges in India the same status and recognition as in the case of allopathic colleges”. Later, in the year 1948, the same Assembly adopted yet another resolution about Homoeopathy, which was followed by constitution of the Homoeopathic Enquiry Committee. In 1949, this Enquiry Committee submitted its report recommending that Central Homoeopathic Council be constituted. In 1952, a Homoeopathic Adhoc Committee (later re-christened as ‘Homoeopathic Advisory Committee' in 1954) was constituted, which was to advise the Government on all matters related to Homoeopathy, namely homoeopathic education, homoeopathic research, regulation of practice, pharmacopoeia, rural medical aid, drug manufacture, family planning, financial aid to homoeopathic colleges, dispensaries, hospitals and cooperation with International Homoeopathic Medical League. In 1973, the Parliament passed the Homoeopathy Central Council Act for regulating homoeopathic education and practice in the country.

Ever since, Homoeopathy has grown as a National System of Medicine and enjoys Government’s support at national and state levels. Now a significant percentage of the people opt for Homoeopathy for their ailments. Besides, there is a vast infrastructure of hospitals, dispensaries, research institutions, medical colleges, registered medical practitioners and reputed pharmacies all over India. Thus, India has become the world leader in Homoeopathy with tremendous potential of manpower and institutions.

In Kerala, the first Homoeopathic medical college was established at Kottayam - the “Athurasramam Homoeopathic Medical College”, by Sri Swami Athuradasji with the aim to establish homoeopathy in kerala as well as to provide for a cheap and effective method of treatment for the humble and poor. The foundation stone of the college building was laid on 16th May 1955 by H.H.Raj Pramukh of Travancore – Cochin State.  The college was inaugurated by Dr.K.G.Saxena, Homoeopathic Physician to the Hon. President of India on 14th July 1958.
Later on in the year 1978, the institution was handed over to Nair Service Society (NSS) and is still one of the pioneer colleges of Homoeopathy among the 5 established Homoeopathic colleges of Kerala


Homeopathic remedies are safe and natural. The remedies are totally safe for pregnant mothers and for all ages – from newborn infants right through to the elderly.

Homoeopathic medicines are prepared from traces of animal, plant, mineral and other natural substances, by a standard method called "Potentisation", which comprises of successive dilutions and succussions of the drug with a vehicle medium to raise the inherent curative power of the drugs to maximum. The medicines thus prepared through ‘potentisation', attain their potential enhanced enormously to combat ailments while at the same time absence of toxicity is assured. The remedies work by stimulating the body's defense mechanism to correct itself naturally. Homoeopathic medicines are most cost effective, palatable, have no adverse side effects & can be administered easily.