Homoeopathic therapy in rheumatoid arthritis

Homoeopathic therapy in rheumatoid arthritis: evaluation by double-blind clinical therapeutic trial.

Twenty-three patients with rheumatoid arthritis on orthodox first-line anti-inflammatory treatment plus homeopathy were compared with a similar group of twenty-three patients on orthodox first-line treatment plus an inert preparation. There was a significant improvement in subjective pain, articular index, stiffness and grip strength in those patients receiving homoeopathic remedies whereas there was no significant change in the patients who received placebo. Two physicians were involved in prescribing for the patients and there were no significant differences in the results which they obtained. No side effects were observed with the homoeopathic remedies.

Link to the study: https://bit.ly/2U3P9br

Often times, the homeopathic profession is accused of not conducting clinical trials and that it’s “unscientific”. In our feed, you will find a ton of published “conventional” research articles supporting the incredible effects we see in homeopathy every day. Take it in! It’s impressive. Since homeopathy is an individualized medical approach, conducting “conventional” research is tough but there are a lot of published papers. Above is a simple little study showing the wonderful effects of homeopathy.

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