Saturday, October 15, 2016

Diagnosis of pulse

The first Ayurvedic classic to describe pulse examination is Saarangadhara Samhita (13th century A.D.). Ayurvedic physician touches your wrist to sense pulse to probe deep into general state of health, illness and even bad prognosis. The wrist pulse on the right hand is for the men and on the left hand for the women.
During pulse examination, Ayurvedic doctors look for various factors, they are: 
  • Gati (Movement)
  • Vega (Rate)
  • Tala (Rhythm)
  • Bala (Force)
  • Akruti (Volume and Tension)
  • Tapamana (Temperature)
  • Kathinya (Consistency of the Vessel Wall)
Investigation reveals the prakrti and vikrti of the patient.

Saturday, January 9, 2016


The name Electro Homoeopathy comes from the Electro [energy] content extracted from the plants, and the way this energy is extracted and Why the name Electro Homoeopathy? Electro Homoeopathy is a name given by the founder, on the basis that the remedies are a class of energy conforming to the ‘law of similar’ and they posses a power and promptness which allows them to be compared to Who discovered it?

Sunday, January 3, 2016

About The System


ELECTROPATHMEOPATHY is a new 5th. plant-oriented system of herbal medicine. The Electro Homoeopathic remedies purify the lymph and blood streams of the human body.