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Date posted: May 6, 2013
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Optimism, conquest & the miracle of Homoeopathy with quick solutions…..

Clinical tip is a comprehensive suggestion of a clinical condition which many physicians and practitioners over the years have seen results for. These physicians have taken the pain of documenting these results, observations, annotations, experiences etc. in the form of a concise and effective suggestion for the clinical conditions handled by them. They have shared their observation, interpretation and experiences with us.

Features

  • Browse and search from more than 500 clinical tips.
  • Add clinical tips as your favourite and build your own database which will be useful in your practice.
  • Treat difficult cases with clinically proven Remedies.
  • They are based on experiences or taken from homeopathic literature.
  • Use it in your practice & report Results.
  • This provides you with abundant amazing solutions for your homoeopathic requirements through succinct suggestion.

Benefits
Homoeopaths can use these constructive tips in solving cases. Clinical tips helps to lessen efforts and saves time of homoeopaths. It is undeniably helpful for the beginners and burgeoning open homeopaths.

Knowledge of homoeopathic Materia Medica and drugs with clinical tips makes for a clever understanding of the Homoeopathic art and science of prescribing.

Expert team of doctors working on clinical research works on these analogies to build our system to provide the humankind and to comprehend the methodical efficiency of Homoeopathy.

All homoeopathic students will definitely appreciate and learn therapeutic knowledge of homoeopathic drugs with the help of handy clinical tips.

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