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EFFECT OF LESSER KNOWN HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES ON HYPERTENSION - A PILOT STUDY

Dr. Tushar Acharya*, Dr. Anit Acharya and Dr. Sakshi Mehrotra

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Background: Essential hypertension is high blood pressure that doesn’t have a known secondary cause. It’s also referred to as primary hypertension. Overall, approximately 20% of the world’s adults are estimated to have hypertension, when hypertension is defined as raised value of blood pressure >140/90 mm Hg. Methods: The project was conducted at OPD/IPD of Dr. M. P. Khunteta Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, Station Road, Jaipur. Thirty cases of Hypertension were taken. Study was undertaken for a period of 12 months. Results: According to the paired t-test done, the medicines which showed improvement in the before and after scores of Systole Blood Pressure are- Acetanilidum, Adonis vernalis, Chinninum sulphuricum, Lycopus virginicus, Spartium scoparium, Strophanthus hispidus, Veratrum viride and Viscum album. According to the paired t-test done, the medicines which showed improvement in the before and after scores of Diastole Blood Pressure are- Adonis vernalis, Chinninum sulphuricum, Lycopus virginicus, Spartium scoparium, Strophanthus hispidus, and Veratrum viride.

Keywords: Hypertension, Lesser known Homoeopathic remedies.


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