Indian Doctors Developing Medicine for HIV and Ebola?

April 03, 2015 11:54
Indian Doctors Developing Medicine for HIV and Ebola?


It seems much progress in developing the medicine for deadly HIV and Ebola has become happy news for the researchers and patients across the globe.


As per the study published in Indian Journal of Research in Homeopathy, a Mumbai-based doctor has developed a new medicine for AIDS patients. The medicine reportedly showing good signs of improvement in health like weight gain, relief in symptoms, and metabolic activities in the HIV patients.


Homoeopathy doctor Rajesh Shah, who is the organising secretary of the World Homoeopathy Summit to be held in Mumbai on April 11, has tested the drug on HIV patients (as per the DC report) and found the prospective results. The study also mentioned that out of 27 participants, 7 (25.93 per cent) showed a sustained reduction in the viral load from 12 to 24 weeks. At 12th week the patients apparently gained weight, and more than half of the patients have an overall increase in either appetite or weight.


While, another study by Hyderabad-based scientists have tried to develop the medicine for AIDS, ebola and hepatitis using snake venom (Crotalus Horridus), which has reportedly shown result in stopping or obstructing the multiplication of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).the doctors and scientists at JSPS Government Homeopathic Medical College and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) have conducted the joint experiment to develop a potential drug to cure HIV and other diseases.


Both the studies might be presented at the two-day World Homeopathy Summit in Mumbai from April 11. Scientists and doctors from across 25 countries will participate at the summit being organised by the NGO Global Homeopathy Foundation (GHF).


"Our experiment entails that the homeopathic drug has the capacity to act on HIV, Heb-B and so on,” said Prof. Dr Praveen Kumar, HoD of Practice of Medicine at JSPS College. “It is too early to declare anything big, but our work has certainly opened the floodgates of advanced research and clinical testing,” he added. Dr S Chandrasekhar, deputy director of IICT noted, “Interestingly Ebola virus also uses the RT and Crotalus Horridus. The research can hopefully bring cheer to these patients in times to come.”


It will become a boon for many on the globe to livelong with healthy life. However, we cannot finalise the reports as authentic and proved medicine until the global organizations and health centres confirms along with the government bodies.




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Snake Venom  AIDS Medicine  Homoeopathy