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A Randomised Clinical Trial of Mother Tincture (External) with Centesimal Potency and LM Potency of "Thuja Occidentalis" in the Case of Warts

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 9)

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Page : 409-412

Keywords : Warts; Centesimal potency; External Application; LM potency; Thuja Occidentalis;

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Background: The human papilloma virus (HPV), which comes in over 100 different varieties, causes warts. HPV is most likely transmitted to the skin by minor trauma. Using public baths, working around poultry, and being immune compromised are all risk factors. Warts are harmless in immunocompetent individuals, and they disappear within months or years due to natural immunity. Objectives: To compare the role of Thuja occidentalis Mother Tincture (External) with Centesimal Potency and LM potency in cases of warts by comparing pre by using CWart assessment tool. Study Design: Randomized, Comparative, Interventional Study. Methods: 110 cases of warts were randomly allocated to the two treatment groups. In Group A (n=55 cases) homoeopathic medicine predefined medicine Thuja Occidentalis was selected on the basis of their totality and given in Centesimalpotency with external application. In Group B (n=55 cases) homoeopathic predefined medicine Thuja Occidentalis LM potency was selected. Intervention: A total 110 (55=Thuja Occidentalis M. T with centesimal Potency, and 55 =Thuja Occidentalis L. M.) cases, after screening, were randomized to receive either Thuja Occidentalis MT external with centesimal or LM once/twice daily for 90 days. Outcome Measurement: Assessment at baseline and reassessment after 3months was done using cwarts assessment tool as the homoeopathic medicine in centesimal scale was given twice a day to the patient on the daily basis while LM potency was prescribed as perguidelines of organon. Results: Cutaneous warts was found more common in the middle age group, males as comparison to females; among more in reported more in Middle socio-economic status people. Common warts was the commonest clinical type. In group A, 17 cases (30.90 %) showed marked improvement while 12 cases (21.81%) showed moderate improvement, 5 cases (9.09%) showed mild improvement 12 cases had stat quo (21.81%) while 1 case had non - significant In group B, 12 cases (21.81 %) showed marked improvement, 23 cases (41.81 %) showed moderate improvement, 10 cases (18.18 %) showed mild improvement followed by 7 cases (12.72 %) had status quofollowed by (0%) of non - significant improvement An Independent t - test was conducted to compare the effect of two approach in Group A and Group B. There is statistically no significant difference in the scores of group A (M=1.53, SD=1.069) and Group B (M=1.16, SD=1.085) conditions; where t (cal) = 0.129, p =.241. These results suggest that there is no significant difference is seen in preidentified Homoeopathic medicine Thuja Occidentalis incentesimal potency with external application and LM potency in the management of cases of warts. Hence Null Hypothesis is accepted. Conclusion: Both centesimal and LM potencies of Thuja Occidentalis have been found to be effective in the treatment of warts.

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