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ROLE OF THREE LESSER KNOWN HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES IN THE TREATMENT OF ALLERGIC RHINITIS

Dr. Prasoon Choudhary, Dr. Navita Bagdi, Dr. Preeti Meena* and Dr. Harpreet Kaur

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Background: Allergic Rhinitis is a common and often debilitating disease marked by rhinorrhea, nasal congestion, nasal itching and sneezing is on the increase worldwide. Severe Allergic Rhinitis has been associated with significant impairments in sleep and work performance. Research question: Whether the patients of Allergic Rhinitis get the beneficial results by three lesser known homoeopathic medicines selected for this study viz. Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, Histaminum hydrochloricum and Arundo mauritanica? Aim: To assess the role of three lesser known homoeopathic medicines in the treatment of Allergic Rhinitis. Objective: To assess the effect of three lesser known homoeopathic medicines in the treatment of Allergic Rhinitis by using SFAR Score Scale. Methods: Total 105 patients suffering from Allergic Rhinitis were included in study, 35 cases for each medicine i.e. Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, Histaminum hydrochloricum and Arundo mauritanica. The medicines were prescribed randomly to the patients. For study, the subjects were selected from O.P.D of Dr. M.P.K. Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre and Homoeopathy University, Saipura, Jaipur, as per inclusion and exclusion criteria. Results: Out of 105 patients of Allergic Rhinitis, 35 patients were prescribed Ambrosia artemisiaefolia in which 7 (20%) patients showed marked improvement in their symptoms, 15 (42.86%) showed moderate improvement, 8 (22.86%) patients showed mild improvement and remaining 5 (14.28%) didn’t respond to the medicine i.e status quo. 35 patients were prescribed Histaminum hydrochloricum in which 6 (17.14%) showed marked improvement in their symptoms, 14 (40%) patients showed moderate improvement, 15 (42.86%) patients showed mild improvement and remaining 0 (0%) were status quo. 35 patients were prescribed Arundo mauritanica in which 0 (0%) patients showed marked improvement in their symptoms, 14 (40%) showed moderate improvement 21 (60%) showed mild improvement and remaining 0 (0%) were status quo.

Keywords: Allergic Rhinitis, Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, Histaminum hydrochloricum, Arundo mauritanica, SFAR Score Scale.


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