Cuttlefish, High dilution, Homoeopathic medicine, Lentigo
Introduction: Lentigo is a benign pigmented macular lesion on the skin with a clearly defined margin. It can affect both genders, all ages and races. Solar lentigines are especially prevalent in fair-skinned adults. Sunburn may be one of the causes of lentigo. Modern medicine treats these conditions by either melanin-specific high-energy lasers or external applications. Case Summary: A 56-year-old female visited outpatient department with a complaint of lentigo on the right cheek for the past 15 years. The patient was treated with Sepia officinalis in increasing potencies (200, 1M and 10M). The treatment got completed over 9 months with significant improvement and complete disappearance of lentigo. The cases were documented with proper photographs at onset and during treatment. It can be suggested from this case study that high dilutions of homoeopathic medicines are useful for patients with lentigo.
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Sadhukhan M, Kundu C, Das S. Lentigo treated by Sepia officinalis – A case report. Indian J Res Homoeopathy 2022;16(2). doi: 10.53945/2320-7094.1052