Swine Flu Homeopathic Preventive Medicine and Swine Flu Vaccine


It is feasible to stop swine flu (H1N1 Flu) with homeopathy. Not only swine flu but any epidemic can be kept under control when well selected "Homeopathic Genus Epidemicus" is given to healthy a lot in that particular area.

How accurately preventive medicine (Genus Epidemicus) works

In epidemics, a large number of people have same symptoms. The symptoms of this group are studied and most similar homeopathic remedy is selected which is the "Genus Epidemicus" for that epidemic. This Genus Epidemicus is administered to all healthy people around so that they get immunity against that particular disease. In past epidemics it is observed that number of new cases reduced significantly after administering Homeopathic Genus Epidemicus.

Who can take homeopathy preventive medicine
In epidemics, homeopathic preventive medicine i.e. Genus Epidemicus should be given to all healthy people of all ages. Infants as well as elder persons can take this medicine. It is safe for pregnant and lactating women also.

Benefits of taking homeopathic medicines
  • Medicines have no side-effects.
  • Remedies have no interaction with allopathic medicines so can be taken along with allopathic medications.
  • Homeopathy has a limited role in emergency, but can be of great benefit post emergency.
  • Medicines can also be used with conventional therapies, to improve stamina, reduce fever, and improve appetite.
  • Medicines are safe and can be given to any age group and even to the pregnant women without any side effects, but it is always better if these homeopathic medicines are used in consultation with the nearest qualified homeopathic doctor.
There are 132 homeopathy medicines which give great relief in flu in general. However, the correct choice and the resulting relief is a matter of experience and right judgment on the part of the doctor. The treatment is decided after thorough case taking of the patient. Thus remedies of flu including swine flu or H1N1 are tailor made unlike allopathy in which all patients receive the same drugs although trade name may be different.



Swine Flu Vaccine in Care Hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad


Care Hospitals, a leading chain hospitals in Hyderabad (Telangana) and Andhra Pradesh has launched the sale of Swine Flu vaccine at its hospital in Bangara Hills, Hyderabad. The Care Banjara as it is known as has started a swine flu vaccination centre to administer swine flu vaccine. The cost / price of the vaccine is Rs. 450 for adults and Rs. 510 for children.

The vaccine has been launched in the wake of increasing swine flu cases in Hyderabad. The vaccine is a preventive measure for high risk groups such as pregnant women, senior citizens and children below the age of five years.

The swine flu centre at Care Banjara will also provide information about myths and the screening of patients before vaccination.Care Hospitals, Hyderabad is providing the vaccine at a subsidised price. The vaccine is manufactured by Sanofi Aventis. The original price of the vaccine is Rs. 760 and the Care Hospital is administering the vaccine at Rs. 450 for adults and Rs. 510 for children. The vaccine will work for one year.
Interested people can contact / call the phone number 95501 16806 for registration and screening before getting the swine flu vaccine administered. It is also advised that the high risk groups can take the vaccine under medical supervision and guidance.

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How to prevent Swine Flu and 10 best home remedies for swine flu

How to prevent Swine Flu and 10 best home remedies for swine flu

Are the increasing swine flu victims giving you nervousness? Not sure how you can keep away from falling victim to the growing disease? First and foremost, there is absolutely no need to fear.

Watching television to keep tabs on the growth of H1N1, mostly in the badly affected areas like Pune, is all right. But don't let the hilarious anchors get under your skin and start wearing a mask each time you step out of the house, unless you are visiting a very crowded area. Then too, the mask will keep you only for a specified period.

Without giving in to the swine flu fear and creating a stockpile of Tamiflu and N-95 masks at home and inspiring pharma companies, there are a number of other procedures you can take to make sure that the virus is not able to get you, irrespective of which part of the world you are in.

It is essential to remember that all kinds of viruses and bacteria can attack you when your immune system is weak, or they can weaken it simply. Hence, building your own defenses would be a better, more practical, long-lasting and much more inexpensive idea.

Here are some easy steps you can take to begin a flu virus of any kind, including swine flu. It is not necessary to follow all the steps at once. You can pick and choose a combination of remedies that suit you best. However, if you are already suffering from flu, these procedures can help only up to an extent. And, if you have been infected by H1N1, visiting a hospital and staying in solitary confinement is a must.


Tulsi (known as Basil in English; medicinal name Ocimum sanctum)
1. Have five duly washed leaves of Tulsi (known as Basil in English; medicinal name Ocimum sanctum) everyday in the morning. Tulsi has a large number of beneficial properties. It keeps throat and lungs clear and helps in infections by way of increase your immunity.


Giloi (medicinal name Tinospora cordifolia)
2. Giloi (medicinal name Tinospora cordifolia) is a commonly available plant in many areas. Take a one-foot long branch of giloi, add five to six leaves of Tulsi and boil in water for 15-20 minutes or long enough to allow the water to take out its properties. Add black pepper and sendha (salt used during religious fasts), rock or black salt, or Misri (crystalised sugar like lumps to make it sweet) according to taste. Let it cool a bit and drink this kadha (concoction) while still warm. It will work wonders for your immunity. If giloi plant is not available, get processed giloi powder from Hamdard or others, and concoct a similar drink once a day.

There are many common names for this species in different languages.
Telugu: తిప్ప తీగ (Tippa-teega) Tamil: சீந்தில் கொடி (Shindilakodi) Malayalam: ചിറ്റമൃത് (Amruthu, Chittamruthu) Kannada: Amrutha balli, Sinhala: Rasakinda, Hindi: giloe (गिलोय), guruc (गुरुच), gurcha, Gujarati: galac, garo, Sanskrit: Amritavalli (अमृतवल्ली), amrta (अमृत), cinnodbhava (छिन्नोद्भवा), Marathi: Guduchi (गुडूची), gulvel (गुळवेल) Oriya: Guluchi


Camphor
3. A small piece of camphor (karpoor) approximately the size of a tablet should be taken once or twice a month. It can be swallowed with water by adults while children can take it along with mashed potatoes or banana because they will find it difficult to have it without any aides. Please remember camphor is not to be taken every day, but only once each season, or once a month.

Garlic
4. Those who can take garlic must have two pods of raw garlic first thing in the morning. To be swallowed daily with lukewarm water. Garlic too strengthens immunity like the earlier measures mentioned.


Milk with Turmeric powder
5. Those not allergic to milk, must take a glass of hot or lukewarm milk every night with a small quantify of haldi (turmeric).


Aloe vera (gwarpatha)
6. Aloe vera (gwarpatha) too is a commonly available plant. Its wide and long, cactus-like leaves have an odorless gel. A teaspoon gel taken with water daily can work wonders for not only your skin and joint pains, but also boost immunity.


Homeopathic medicines
7. Take homeopathic medicines — Pyrogenium 200 and Inflenzium 200 in particular — five tablets three times a day, or two-three drops three times a day. While these are not specifically targeted at H1N1 either, these work well as preventive against common flu virus.

Pranayam
8. Do Pranayam daily (preferably under guidance if you are already not initiated into it) and go for morning jog/walk regularly to keep your throat and lungs in good condition and body in fine fettle. Even in small measures, it will work wonders for your body's fight against all such diseases which attack the nose, throat and lungs, besides keeping you fit.

Vitamin C rich Amla (Indian gooseberry)
9. Have citrus fruits, particularly Vitamin C rich Amla (Indian gooseberry) juice. Since fresh Amla is not yet available in the market (not for another three to four months), it is not a bad idea to buy packaged Amla juice which is commonly available nowadays.


Hand wash
10. Last but not the least, wash your hands regularly every day with soap and warm water for 15-20 seconds; particularly before meals, or each time after touching a surface that you suspect could be contaminated with flu virus such as a door handle or a knob/handle, especially if you have returned from a public place or used public transport. Alcohol-based hand cleaners should be kept handy at all times and used until you can get soap and warm water.

2015 Cricket World Cup Schedule, Time Table and Venues


The mega event in the world of cricket, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is going to start from February 14. The one and half month long event, with 14 nations participating is co-hosted together by Australia and New Zealand. The 49-match schedule and fixtures pitch the defending champions, India against their arch rivals Pakistan in their tournament opener, while the inaugural match will be played between Sri Lanka and co-host New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch. Former Indian great Sachin Tendulkar has been roped in as the ambassador of the tournament for the second time in row.


Teams: New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia, England, South Africa, Pakistan, India, Zimbabwe, Ireland, West Indies, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Scotland, United Arab Emirates.

2015 Cricket World Cup Match Schedule
Date Match Details Time Venue D/N
GMT IST Your Time Ground City
Feb 14 - Sat New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, 1st Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 13
3:30 AM
(Feb 14)
03:30
(Feb 14)
Hagley Oval Christchurch
Feb 14 - Sat Australia vs England, 2nd Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne
Feb 15 - Sun South Africa vs Zimbabwe, 3rd Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Seddon Park Hamilton
Feb 15 - Sun India vs Pakistan, 4th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Adelaide Oval Adelaide
Feb 16 - Mon Ireland vs West Indies, 5th Match, Pool B 22:00
Feb 15
3:30 AM
(Feb 16)
03:30
(Feb 16)
Saxton Oval Nelson
Feb 17 - Tue New Zealand vs Scotland, 6th Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 16
3:30 AM
(Feb 17)
03:30
(Feb 17)
University Oval Dunedin
Feb 18 - Wed Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 7th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Manuka Oval Canberra
Feb 19 - Thu United Arab Emirates vs Zimbabwe, 8th Match, Pool B 22:00
Feb 18
3:30 AM
(Feb 19)
03:30
(Feb 19)
Saxton Oval Nelson
Feb 20 - Fri New Zealand vs England, 9th Match, Pool A 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Westpac Stadium Wellington
Feb 21 - Sat Pakistan vs West Indies, 10th Match, Pool B 22:00
Feb 20
3:30 AM
(Feb 21)
03:30
(Feb 21)
Hagley Oval Christchurch
Feb 21 - Sat Australia vs Bangladesh, 11th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Brisbane Cricket Ground Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Feb 22 - Sun Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka, 12th Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 21
3:30 AM
(Feb 22)
03:30
(Feb 22)
University Oval Dunedin
Feb 22 - Sun India vs South Africa, 13th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne
Feb 23 - Mon England vs Scotland, 14th Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 22
3:30 AM
(Feb 23)
03:30
(Feb 23)
Hagley Oval Christchurch
Feb 24 - Tue West Indies vs Zimbabwe, 15th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Manuka Oval Canberra
Feb 25 - Wed Ireland vs United Arab Emirates, 16th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Brisbane Cricket Ground Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Feb 26 - Thu Afghanistan vs Scotland, 17th Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 25
3:30 AM
(Feb 26)
03:30
(Feb 26)
University Oval Dunedin
Feb 26 - Thu Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, 18th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne
Feb 27 - Fri South Africa vs West Indies, 19th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney
Feb 28 - Sat New Zealand vs Australia, 20th Match, Pool A 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Eden Park Auckland
Feb 28 - Sat India vs United Arab Emirates, 21st Match, Pool B 06:30 12:00 PM 12:00 W.A.C.A. Ground Perth
Mar 01 - Sun England vs Sri Lanka, 22nd Match, Pool A 22:00
Feb 28
3:30 AM
(Mar 1)
03:30
(Mar 1)
Westpac Stadium Wellington
Mar 01 - Sun Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, 23rd Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Brisbane Cricket Ground Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Mar 03 - Tue Ireland vs South Africa, 24th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Manuka Oval Canberra
Mar 04 - Wed Pakistan vs United Arab Emirates, 25th Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 McLean Park Napier
Mar 04 - Wed Australia vs Afghanistan, 26th Match, Pool A 06:30 12:00 PM 12:00 W.A.C.A. Ground Perth
Mar 05 - Thu Bangladesh vs Scotland, 27th Match, Pool A 22:00
Mar 4
3:30 AM
(Mar 5)
03:30
(Mar 5)
Saxton Oval Nelson
Mar 06 - Fri India vs West Indies, 28th Match, Pool B 06:30 12:00 PM 12:00 W.A.C.A. Ground Perth
Mar 07 - Sat Pakistan vs South Africa, 29th Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Eden Park Auckland
Mar 07 - Sat Ireland vs Zimbabwe, 30th Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Bellerive Oval Hobart
Mar 08 - Sun New Zealand vs Afghanistan, 31st Match, Pool A 22:00
Mar 7
3:30 AM
(Mar 8)
02:30
(Mar 8)
McLean Park Napier
Mar 08 - Sun Australia vs Sri Lanka, 32nd Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney
Mar 09 - Mon England vs Bangladesh, 33rd Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Adelaide Oval Adelaide
Mar 10 - Tue India vs Ireland, 34th Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Seddon Park Hamilton
Mar 11 - Wed Sri Lanka vs Scotland, 35th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Bellerive Oval Hobart
Mar 12 - Thu South Africa vs United Arab Emirates, 36th Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Westpac Stadium Wellington
Mar 13 - Fri New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 37th Match, Pool A 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Seddon Park Hamilton
Mar 13 - Fri Afghanistan vs England, 38th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney
Mar 14 - Sat India vs Zimbabwe, 39th Match, Pool B 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Eden Park Auckland
Mar 14 - Sat Australia vs Scotland, 40th Match, Pool A 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Bellerive Oval Hobart
Mar 15 - Sun West Indies vs United Arab Emirates, 41st Match, Pool B 22:00
Mar 14
3:30 AM
(Mar 15)
03:30
(Mar 15)
McLean Park Napier
Mar 15 - Sun Ireland vs Pakistan, 42nd Match, Pool B 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Adelaide Oval Adelaide
Mar 18 - Wed TBC vs TBC, 1st Quarter-Final (A1 v B4) 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney
Mar 19 - Thu TBC vs TBC, 2nd Quarter-Final (A2 v B3) 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne
Mar 20 - Fri TBC vs TBC, 3rd Quarter-Final (A3 v B2) 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Adelaide Oval Adelaide
Mar 21 - Sat TBC vs TBC, 4th Quarter-Final (A4 v B1) 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Westpac Stadium Wellington
Mar 24 - Tue TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-Final 01:00 6:30 AM 06:30 Eden Park Auckland
Mar 26 - Thu TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-Final 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney
Mar 29 - Sun TBC vs TBC, Final 03:30 9:00 AM 09:00 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne