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ALTERNATIVE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF LOCALIZED SKIN HYPO-PIGMENTATION BY HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE - A BREAKTHROUGH IN MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

Swami Shraddhamayananda*

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Hypo-pigmentation of skin, although is not a life threatening disease, but is considered to be a social stigma, so invariably associated with significant psychological trauma and social isolation. Vitiligo, postburn leucoderma are the common causes of localised hypopigmentation. Although at present various treatment options are available, they are costly, so out of reach of most of the people of developing countries like India. So there had been always a search for a medicine, which will be cheap as well as less traumatic and easily available. Here in this study, we report the spectacular improvement of 400 cases of hypo-pigmentation, who were treated with homeopathic medicine from 2008 through 2015. In 85 % cases there was an over 99% improvement and this was supported by skin biopsy examinations showing melanocyte production and repigmentation in the affected skin lesions. Present state of knowledge regarding the mechanism of action of these medicines is not known. However, encouraging results in difficult to treat cases prompted me to expose these findings before scientific fraternity for appraisal.

Keywords: Hypopigmentation, Homeopathic medicine, repigmentation.


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