Warts can be treated very effectively with classical homeopathy. We treat all kinds of warts, including genital/hpv warts and plantar warts. Molluscum contagiosum can also be treated effectively with homeopathy. In order for treatment to be effective, an appointment must be booked at the clinic.
The standard medical approach involves pharmaceutical medications, topical creams and surgical options such as electrocautery, laser treatment and cryosurgery. Traditional treatments don’t prevent recurrence. In contrast, homeopathy gets to the root of the problem and prevents recurrence. Homeopathic treatment is painless, non-invasive and has no side effects.
Scientific Studies Prove the Effectiveness of Homeopathy for the Treatment of Warts, HPV and Molluscum Contagiosum
Manchanda R.K., Mehan N., Bahl R., Atey R., “Double Blind Placebo Controlled Clinical Trials of Homoeopathic Medicines in Warts and Molluscum contagiosum,” CCRH Quarterly Bulletin, 1997, 19, 25-29.
This trial was reported in two parts, one to evaluate the efficacy of homoeopathy for warts (remedies included Ruta graveolens, Nitricum acidum, Dulcamara, Causticum and Thuja) the other to evaluate the homoeopathic remedy, Calcarea carbonica, for Molluscum contagiosum. Placebo controlled studies involving a total of 147 subjects using single remedies in 30C potencies three times daily, 200C twice daily and 1M daily, for 15 days, showed that homoeopathy was superior to placebo. Thuja was the most successful of the remedies used for warts.
Gimeno L.Q. British Homoeopathic Journal, “Homoeopathic Treatment of Human Papilloma Virus infections previously treated by Other Methods,” October 1996, 85, 194-197.
In this study, 14 people suffering from recurrent HPV, previously unresponsive to microsurgical procedures, were treated with individualised homeopathy and assessed via cytology prior to treatment, during, and 1 year after commencing treatment. At the final 1year assessment, 11 of the 14 subjects were declared to be cured.
Rajendran, E. S., “ Molluscum contagiosum: a case series” Homeopathy, Volume 91, Issue 4, October 2002, Pages 255-259.
Molluscum contagiosum is a benign and contagious disease of the skin. In a series of 30 consecutive patients, 15 had full resolution, 12 were improved. Brief case histories of the 15 patients who fully resolved are presented. The homeopathic medicines most frequently associated with positive outcome were Natrum sulphuricum, Sulphur and Natrum muriaticum .
A girl, Miss TN, 12 years of age had 3-4 warts on the fingers of the right hand. Thuja 200, then 1M was given with good hopes. To my consternation the number of warts went upto the ominous 13. I reviewed the case this revealed a very affectionate nature with care for each member of family in sickness or grief, together with craving for salt, aversion to sweets, and right-handed warts. Why not Causticum? The remedy in 1M and 10M potency, in infrequent doses, removed the warts one and all.
Few months back her mother came to me for her old aching joints. On enquiry, she informed that the girl is married, blessed with a son, happy and wartless.
Miss PT, 8 years old, came with small pearl-like growths on face, neck and chest more on right side. But this time Causticum refused to oblige.
The dermatologist was consulted and I learned a name “Molluscum contagiosum” given to these growths. I was tempted to give Tuberculinum as the opening dose on account of the word “contagiosum”. Working out the case pointed to the following facts.
The girl enjoyed pickles and spices, came down with headache on her return from school at noon, was touchy by temper and turned her face away at the least raised voice. Often she closed her room, wept inside and refused to open the door. Natrum mur seemed to fit in as the constitutional remedy.
Natrum-mur 1M, then 10M, interpolated by Tuberculinum shrank and removed the growths without a trace, within 6-8 months.
The girls younger brother, 6 years of age, developed similar affection on the chin and chest.
The boy had different mental and physical make-up. He craved sweets and soups, had a week digestion, and a wiser head on his little shoulders. Holding his fathers hand, he would go to their grain shop every Sunday, sell the ware, collect and count the money.
He responded to Lycopodium 200 and 1000 in infrequent doses with Tuberculinum 1M thrown in during quiescent phase.
All pearl-like dots disappeared within some months with improved digestion a bonus.
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