Monday, 26 November 2012

Homeopathy and Allergy Sufferers

Study shows that homeopathy can help to cure allergy sufferers

It is suggested, following research carried out by the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, that homeopathy is ten times more likely to cure allergy sufferers than placebo – a statement which
seems obvious but yet is under constant scrutiny! 

The study which concluded this recruited fifty patients from general practitioners presenting with nasal allergies and the participants were given either a homeopathic remedy or a placebo. The sufferers measured their nasal air flow for thirty days and documented their symptoms, including anything from blocked, runny or itchy nose to sneezing and eye irritation. 

The results showed that patients receiving homeopathy produced a 28% improvement in nasal air flow compared with 3% among those in the placebo group. 

The investigation was, apparently, the fourth trial carried out by the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital and, according to Dr David Reilly who led the study, all the tests reported similar results. 

There were also positive findings in 70% of a further 180 clinical trials which had been undertaken. 

The findings, published in the Daily Mail newspaper under the headline ‘Homeopathy Works!’ demonstrate that homeopathy is so much more than placebo. To read the full article go to

This article was first published by the ARH in the December 2010 issue of the free newsletter, Homeopathy Healthy Medicine.

The ARH regularly publish these newsletters to provide information about homeopathy to the public. This information is not usually available through our mainstream media which refuses to publish anything about Homeopathy. ARH makes the newsletters available to everyone as free downloads (go to, and they can be used for information, marketing and publicity purposes.

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