Role of Some Homeopathic Medicines in Allergic Rhinitis: An Investigational Study
Allergic rhinitis is one of common pathological condition mainly affecting growing age children and person with weak immune system. The disturbed pattern of daily regimen and contact with infected person may also induce pathogenesis of disease. The pathological manifestation arises when specific antigen antibody reaction initiated which leads release of inflammatory mediated like histamine. The release of histamine produces typical symptoms of allergic rhinitis. This condition affects around 25% of adults while prevalence of disease is more in children (around 40%). Asthma and sinusitis are the chronic stages of allergic rhinitis. Present study summarized effects of homeopathic medicine in patients suffered with allergic rhinitis. Study suggested that arsenic album and sulphur offers beneficial effects in the management of allergic rhinitis.
Keywords: Homeopathy, Medicine, Allergic Rhinitis, Potency
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