Common skin disease “corns” with effective homeopathic medicine Silicea
Author(s): Dr. Siddhesh Ramakant Ranade and Dr. Shankar Hulekar
Abstract: A corn (also termed clavus) is a thickening of the skin due to intermittent pressure and frictional forces. These forces result in hyperkeratosis, clinically and histologically. The word clavus has many synonyms and innumerable vernacular terms Silicea is a good homeopathic remedy of many skin issues one of from it corns. Silicea helps the body eliminate splinters, acne, eruptions, corns, and fungus issues. It also indicates in keloidal growth, felons, abscesses, boils, old ulcers. Silicea is key roll medicine in homoeopathic Materia medica in skin region. In India corns (clavus) are very commonly found. It will help to explore the scope and therapeutic effect of silicea in management of corns.