2020, Vol. 4 Issue 4, Part D
An observational study on role of homoeopathy in malaria
Author(s): Manoj Kumar Behera, Kavish Ajit Pandey and Ambita Maletha
Odisha, a state in eastern India, has the highest reported malaria burden in the country, contributing 45% of total cases, albeit with only 4% of the Indian land mass and 3% of its population starting from 2010, ASHAs were progressively involved in malaria control activities in Odisha. We are doing the observational scientific evidence based study for the proving role of Homoeopathy in Malaria. Many homoeopaths treat the malaria but their accomplishments are not documented. So there are no evidence based observational record of success and effect of homoeopathy. This article contains data and statistical readings about the clinical study which shows that the Homoeopathic Treatment is very effective in controlling the endemic diseases, like malaria, that too within short duration of time. We have done a clinical study in Orissa, Berhampur, in our clinic. Patients were included in the study with their consent and cases complicated with other diseases other than malaria are excluded. Result of the study came much higher than our expectation and more than 70% patients were completely restored to healthy state without any need for emergency treatment intervention. Primarily result of our study was encouraging. Study shows homoeopathy worked well in endemics of malaria and perfectly produces cure. Endemic disease treatment methodology of homoeopathy is effective and hence proved its efficacy. Our study shows homoeopathy, not only cures the chronic diseases, but it is also effective in endemic and sporadic diseases. With the help of few common homoeopathic medicines which cures the case without harmful side effects. Our study shows the individualization in homoeopathy worked more effectively but when the endemic disease (acute miasm) has infected the people, producing the similar symptoms to that of an acute miasmatic disease, so cure is achieved by the selection of the common Similimum medicine.
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