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World Homeopathy Day – 10th April, 2007 -A Legacy called Homeopathy
People around the world require medicines at one time or the other. Some people use direct medicines like antibiotics and others opt for alternative therapies like homeopathy, ayurveda, etc.
Healthcare industry is all set to grow exponentially and India with its inherent qualities is poised to become the global hub for healthcare delivery. It is being touted as the next 'big boom' and the sector is expected to grow rapidly over the next decade, to reach a level of Rs. 3,00,000 crore by 2012, largely spurred by an increased corporate presence in the sector.
Currently the alternative healthcare industry is approximately Rs 7000 crore of which Homeopathy accounts for 14% of around Rs. 630 crore. Homeopathy has also been witnessing 25% yearly growth from the past 5 years. This sector has witnessed the foray of newer corporate brands thereby projecting the emergence of a potential healthcare corporate sector. Companies like Dr. Batra’s Positive Health Clinics and Bakson’s and pumping in as much as Rs. 15 Crore & Rs 5 Crore respectively in Advertising & Promotion.
Homeopathy is an alternative method of treatment, based on the nature's Law of Cure, namely 'Like Cures Like'. Homeopathy is the revolutionary, natural medical science. It is gentle and an effective system of medicine. The remedies are prepared from natural substances to precise standards and work by stimulating the body's own healing power.
Homeopathy is highly scientific, logical, safe, quick and extremely effective method of healing. It offers long lasting to permanent cure, treating the disease from its roots, for most of the ailments. It is the most rational science with respect to its concepts of health, disease and cure. Homoeopathy does not treat superficially by just driving away the symptoms but heals the patient from within. Undoubtedly, homoeopathy is the medicine of the future.
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