Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy
Causticum, Centesimal potency, Fifty millesimal potency, Homoeopathy, Thuja, Warts
Warts are the growth of skin resulting from human papillomavirus infection. These may be single, multiple, smooth, or cauliflower-like and are generally treated by applying medicine externally or surgical excision procedure. Homoeopathy has a major role in the treatment of warts and most of the homoeopathic doctors use medicine in centesimal potencies. Five cases of warts were treated, two cases with centesimal potencies, and three cases treated with fifty millesimal potencies. Cases treated with fifty millesimal potencies responded more quickly than centesimal potencies without aggravating the complaints and without applying any external medicines. There is a possibility that fifty millesimal potencies have higher beneficial effects, in the treatment of warts, which can be explored further.
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Shaikh M. Case studies for treatment of warts with Homoeopathy. Indian J Res Homoeopathy [Internet]. 2016 Jan 01; 10(4):Article 8 272-278. Available from: https://www.ijrh.org/journal/vol10/iss4/8. Free full text article.