Homeopathic Peer-Reviewed

Research

Research is an expanding area of Homeopathy and it is an area that I am interested in.

 

The Homeopathic Research Institute (HRI) has been set up and is dedicated to providing high-quality research on the efficacy of Homeopathy. 

Here are a few peer-reviewed papers.

Rossignol M, Beagud B, Engel P, Avouac B, Lert F, Rouillon F, Massol J, Duru G, Magnier AM, Guillemot D, Grimaldi-Bensouda L, Abenhaim L, EPI3-LA-SER groupn (2012). Impact of physician preferences for homeopathic or conventional medicines on patients with musculoskeletal disorders: results from the EPI3-MSD cohort. Pharmacoepidemiol. Drug Saf. Vol 21(1). Pages 1093–1101.

Sharma et al. (2013) Effect of homeopathy on chronic tension-type headache: a pragmatic, randomized controlled single blind trial. J Headache Pain. Vol 14 (Suppl 1): P56.

Headache frequency and intensity was lower in the homeopathy group than in controls.. Compared with usual care, patients randomized to homeopathy used 35% less medication (P = 0.001) and had 45% fewer visits to general practitioners (P = 0.0001).

Mathie, R.T., Lloyd, S.M., Legg, L.A., Clausen, J., Moss,S. Davidson, J., Ford, I.​ (2014) Placebo-controlled trials of individualised homeopathic treatment: systematic review and meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews Vol 3. Pages 142. https://doi.org/10.1186/2046-4053-3-142