Sunday, November 18, 2012

Treatment Plans for Overseas & Indian Residents

Country/Treatment Plans
4 months
8 months
12 months
USA & Canada
US$ 170
US$ 270
US$ 390
Europe & Australia
Euro 125
Euro 210
Euro 310
Asia, Africa & S. America
US$ 130
US$ 220
US$ 320
India (For Indian Residents)
INR 3900
INR 5900
INR 7900

Cost includes:
  • Consultation charges with follow-up
  • Costing of all medicines, shipping (sending medicines) 
  • Online patient support/assistance by Telephone/e-mail, for the specified Treatment Plan.
  • Medicine package shall reach in 3-6 days, as per the time needed for delivery.

Our Online treatment with Homoeopathy includes the following services:
  • Detailed Case-Taking: Methodically designed Case Record for all symptoms.
  • Assessment of symptoms using advanced Homoeopathic repertory (remedy tool)
  • Quick response to your treatment query by phone/e-mail.
  • Homeopathic medicines will be sent to you by post or courier on receiving your payment.
  • Attach Disease Images/Sonography Reports/Medical Reports, etc. on e-mail
  • Video consultation to patients via Skype (no extra charges).
  • Regular Follow-up and online/telephone patient assistance.
  • All information pertaining to payment, disease, medical info shall be kept private & confidential.
  • Kindly make payment of the Treatment Plan using Paypal (for overseas patients) & Net-banking (for Indian residents).
  • All data pertaining to the patient are kept secure along with proper back-up

Follow 5 Simple Steps for ordering Homoeopathic Treatment for your illness/disorder/disease:

  1. Select/Choose a Treatment Plan (4 months, 8 months, 12 months) from this website.
  2. Request Treatment by sending e-mail to, or simply by calling on               +91 98694 30983 / 77380 10020.
  3. Make Secure Payment by Paypal (for Overseas) or via Net-banking (for Indian residents).
  4. Get/Receive systemized CASE RECORD on your e-mail id > Download this Record > ENTER your complaints/symptoms > ATTACH on E-mail > finally, SUBMIT YOUR RECORD.
  5. Receive MEDICINES, based on your symptoms at your Residence/Home/Office Address by post/courier. No extra charges.

Clinic Details:
Madhav medicare centre & Homoeo Clinic,
2nd Floor, Ceasar's Court, Opp. Bonny Plaza,
S V Road, Andheri West, Mumbai 400 058, India.
The Clinic is just 2 min. walk from Andheri Railway Station & less than 10 km from International & Domestic Airports.

Clinic Timings & Patient's Visiting Hours:
Mon. to Sat. from 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm (by Prior Appointment only).
To book an Appointment, call me on:
Mobile no.: +91 98694 30983.
Clinic Tel. No.: 022 2628 3478.

Send your queries to me on my email id: or Call on 98694 30983/77380 10020.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Bach Flower Remedies and their Common Indications

Name of the Remedy/Essence Main symptom which it helps

Agrimony Hiding problems behind a cheerful face
Aspen Vague and undefinable fears
Beech Intolerant of others, critical
Centaury Weak-willed, easily led, unable to say no
Cerato Not trusting one’s own judgement, always asking others for advice
Cherry Plum Fear of Losing control
Chestnut Bud Failure to learn from past mistakes
Chicory Possessive, Over-protective
Clematis Dreaminess, lack of interest in the present
Crab Apple Poor Self-Image, Sense of uncleanliness
Elm Overwhelmed by responsibility
Gentian Discouragement, Despondency
Gorse Despair, Hopelessness
Heather Self-centered, Talkative, Always talking about one-self
Holly Envious, jealous, hatred, lack of love
Honeysuckle Dwells on the past,nostalgic
Hornbeam Mental weariness, doubting one’s ability to cope, but doing well once taken up.
Impatiens Impatience
Larch Lack of confidence
Mimulus Fear of specific known things
Mustard Deep gloom with no origin, Depression
Oak Exhausted but struggles on
Olive Lack of Energy, exhaustion of body and Mind
Pine Self-reproach, guilt
Red Chestnut Fear or over concern for others
Rock Rose Terror
Rock Water Rigid, inflexible, self-denial
Scleranthus Uncertainty, Indecision
Star of Bethlehem After effects of Shock
Sweet Chestnut Extreme Mental Anguish
Vervain Over enthusiasm
Vine Assertive, dominating,inflexible
Walnut Protective from change and outside influences
Water Violet Proud, Aloof
White Chestnut Unwanted thoughts,mental arguments
Wild Oat Uncertainty as to correct path in life
Wild Rose Resignation, apathy
Willow Self-pity, Resentment
Rescue Remedy For emergency

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Exercise, healthy diet to combat Diabetes

With the largest number of diabetes patients in the world, India needs to promote a healthier lifestyle among its citizens if it has any chance of battling the disease, experts said Sunday.

"Diabetes is either hereditary or lifestyle-related in our country. So now the need is to move away from the sedentary lifestyle," S.K. Wangnoo, senior consultant of endocrinology at the capital's Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, said in an Interview.

According the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates, there are about 220 million diabetes patients worldwide. Nearly 50.9 million of them are in India. Around 9 per cent of the country's population is expected to be affected by the disease by 2030, he said.

"Awareness on issues like obesity and proper nutrition is lacking in the country. Right now, we need to emphasise on nutrition-related education in schools," Wangnoo added.

Diabetes, a metabolic disorder, usually occurs when the body does not produce insulin -- a hormone that is required to convert sugar and carbohydrates into energy.

Avoiding fatty food, regular exercise, and health check-ups are some of the ways to avoid diabetes, doctors say.

Read more by clicking this link below..

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Diet based on Yogis - Yogic Diet

Yogis use food to detox and unblock their systems before starting meditation. The rest of us can borrow from their diet ideas to feel light and bright too.

"Most people dig their graves with their own teeth," writes Yogacharya Omkar Nath.

In Delhi you can hardly leave home without being assailed by food. Unfortunately, street food is all rajasik and tamasik. "Rakshasik," says yoga instructor Ashutosh Thakur, with a shudder: "Where there is swaad, there is no swasthya."

The body is composed of five elements: earth, water, sunlight or fire, air and ether or space. Food, too, is a combination of these elements and, taken in the right manner, is the best way of keeping a person healthy and energetic.

Your body should tell you when to eat, rather than the clock or your palate. Eating in a relaxed way -- around a table with your family -- is best. Watching a horror movie on HBO as you eat your dinner is a bad idea.

Eat satvik foods. Foods that increase age, intellect, strength, health, happiness and affection, those which are by nature pleasing to the mind are all satvik, according to the Bhagavad Gita.

Meat of any kind is strictly forbidden because it is acidic in nature. The body needs a balance of acid (20 per cent) and alkali (80 per cent), for which it needs the best combination of protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins, natural salts and roughage.

Sprouts attract almost fanatical devotion from yoga practitioners. Since they are alkaline they help balance an acidic diet, and they contain every food group.

"Eat the liquids and drink the solids," says Omkar Nath. He means: chew solids into a paste, and hold liquids in the mouth for a moment before swallowing. If you chew and swallow too quickly, the work of the teeth and saliva remains incomplete. As a result, the stomach and intestine have to work harder. Besides, you might miss some of the flavour.

"After you eat, the stomach should be filled half with food, one-fourth with water and the rest with air," says Ashutosh Thakur.

Overeating results in food putrefying in the gut, and strains the intestinal muscles. If you eat simply, you'll be less likely to overeat.

In yoga, diet is just the starting point. Yogis do not progress to meditation without having first rid their bodies of toxins. This is the real purpose of the whole physical aspect of yoga.

Following a yoga diet will keep you feeling light and healthy. You will find new respect for your entire body, not just the parts of it that you can work on at the gym.


1/2 grapefruit
1 slice whole wheat toast
8 oz glass skim milk

4 oz lean broiled chicken breast
1 cup steamed zucchini
1 Oreo cookie

rest of the package of Oreo cookies
1 quart Rocky Road ice cream
1 jar hot fudge

2 loaves garlic bread
1 large pepperoni & mushroom pizza
1 large pitcher of beer
3 Milky Way candy bars
1 entire cheesecake

1. If no one sees you eat it, it has no calories
2. If you drink a diet soda with a candy bar, they cancel each other out.
3. When eating with someone else, calories dont count if you both eat the same amount.
4. Foods used for medicinal purpose have no calories.These include any chocolate used for energy,brandy, cheesecake, and ice cream.
5. Cookie pieces contain no calories, because breakage causes the calories to leak out.
6. If you eat food from someone else's plate, the calories don't count.
7. Movie related snacks are much lower in calories because they are part of the entertainment, and not ones of personal fuel.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

11 Great Ways to Reduce Stress

Stress is a big challenge in life now-a-days.
The sources of stress are many and the helpful ways to reduce stress are also plentiful.
Common symptoms of stress include skin problems, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure, fatigue, insomnia and frustration.
We don't need to set a time to reduce stress, we need to incorporate some strategies in our daily life routine to prevent stress and reduce its effect on the body.
Here are 11 simple steps we can easily take to reduce stress:
1. Define your goals: we must define our life goals and begin to achieve these goals; this action will support us against stress because we will feel that we know what our life purpose is and why, and that we control our own lives.
2. Take control of your diet: we can use simple ways in our diet plans to reduce stress by avoiding some stimulants such as coffee, alcohol, tea and sugar and we can use chamomile tea as an alternative because of its calming and relaxing effect.
We need to eat slowly in a calm environment to allow our digestive system to work well.
We can use honey as an alternative to sugar but in small amounts (one or two spoonfuls per day).
3. Take hot baths regularly: after a very busy day or when we feel that we need to relax (I do this three times a week).
You can take a hot bath by sitting in warm to hot water and the water level should be above the waist, using lavender oil can also enhance this relaxing experience.
4. Aromatherapy: in the office you can use aromatherapy to relax and avoid stress.
One of the best ways is to use lavender oil on a source of heat and take in the scent; this is a great way to relax during the day when you need it the most.
5. Exercise: This is one of the important things you can do which will reduce stress and bring happiness. 

When we exercise, our brains release substances which bring feelings of happiness and relaxation; we need engage in some exercise regularly such as walking, dancing or swimming.
6. Breathing techniques: Yoga, meditation and Tai Chi all use deep breathing techniques.
To meditate, simply sit with closed eyes and concentrate on your breathing.
Breathing deeply regularly is great for health and from there, you can learn various other breathing techniques to gain enhanced benefits.
7. Relaxation techniques and self hypnotherapy: we can easily do this after the hot bath to relax even more, simply sit or lie down in a comfortable place with your eyes closed, imagine there is a spot light above your head and concentrate on it, then concentrate on your body part by part and try to relax the body and feel the relaxation deepening -- you can also use a self hypnotherapy audio tape to help in this process.
8. Massage: this is a great way to reduce stress, I do this when other ways fail, I feel better after receiving a massage.
You can get a professional massage or you can simply ask your partner to massage you.
9. Spiritual healing: prayers and the act of helping others are very important components for happiness and stress reduction.
You will feel calmer and have a sense of inner peace.
10. Talking through your problems: talking about your feelings acts as a releasing mechanism and you will soon find that talking about your problems with your partner or best friend may help the solution to the problem come to light and will help to release blocked emotions.
11. Multivitamins: I take a Vitamin B complex regularly to decrease stress and this has been a great help in my stress reduction.
I hope that you find these suggestions helpful, my hope in sharing this information with you is that you can benefit from it. 

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