Published Quarterly in a year, online, open-access and having blind peer reviewed, International Journal of Electrohomoepathy And Pharmaceutical Research (IJEPR) is an emerging academic journal in the field of Electrohomoepathy and Pharmaceutical research which deals with all facets of the field of Spagyric Medicine and lifescience.This journal motive and aim is to create awareness, re-shaping the knowledge already created and challenge the existing theories related to the field of Academic Research in any discipline in Electrohomoepathy and Pharmaceutical science.Our editorial board is always ready to give intention to your novel papers which to helps promote,motivate your research works and life science skills, International Journal of Electrohomoepathy & Pharmaceutical research (IJEPR) has a primary aim to publish novel research being conducted and carried out in the domain of Electrohomoepathy as a whole.It invites Eh Practitioners, professors, researchers, professionals, academicians and research scholars to submit their novel and conjectural ideas in the domain of Electrohomoepathy medical science in the shape of research articles, book reviews, case studies, review articles and personal opinions that can benefit the Electrohomoepathy medical science researchers in general and society as a whole. We welcome all the stakeholders of Medical colleges, practitioners,scientists and society as a whole to come forward with their new ideas and researches and submit us their articles from anywhere in the world. The name International Journal of Electrohomoepathy & Pharmaceutical Research (IJEPR) does not just restrict our audience from any specific country but we are of view that research and knowledge is boundary less and keeping in view that perspective, we would welcome Doctors, researchers, resource person,students,socials scientists and critiques from all over the world.
Keywords: EH, ELECTROHOMOEPATHY,MEDICINE,PHARMACEUTICAL,RESEARCH
Subject: Pharmacy and materia medica
Publisher: A R DIGITECH
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