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6th Edition of International Conference on

Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies

June 20-22, 2024 | Paris, France

Traditional Medicine 2024

Ayushi Singh

Speaker at Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies 2024 - Ayushi Singh
Ahmedabad Homoeopathic Medical College, India
Title : Clinical study on the role of homoeopathic mother tincture of cressa cretica (Sanjeevani booti ) in cases of asthma


A total of 30 participants between the age group of 18-60 years were selected based on the inclusion- exclusion criteria and single random method of Ms-excel sheet Materials and methods Cressa cretica mother tincture was obtained from Bhargava Phytolab Pvt. Ltd.
Inclusion criteria: Patients from age group 18-60 years, both genders and patients from all the socio economic status who are diagnosed with asthma including allergic asthma, occupational asthma, exercise induced asthma and have some intrinsic factors.
Exclusion criteria: Patients suffering from any other lung disease except asthma, systemic disease, autoimmune disease.
Data collection: The research data was collected from the participants using the case taking pro-forma and ‘asthma control test’ from the Sainath hospital OPDs of Ahmedabad Homoeopathic Medical College and laboratory investigations were done in the hospital laboratory and the reports were maintained.
Intervention: Dose/dispensing- 5 drops of mother tincture in a cup of water, thrice a day.
Repetition -as per follow up of the case. Route of administration: orally by mouth. Follow upevery 15 days till a duration of 6 weeks (total duration of the study was 6 months).
Assessment of efficacy: By asthma control test score and Spirometry.
Results: Differences in the post treatment and pre treatment values of Spirometry were statistically analysed with the help of paired, double tailed t-Test at 5% level of significance (p<0.05).
Conclusions: From this study it was concluded that cressa cretica mother tincture had a bronchodilatory effect in the cases of asthma. Spirometry parameters were also improved after the administration of cressa cretica mother tincture. When this remedy is given along with lifestyle modification it is found to be highly effective in management of asthma. It was also concluded after the study that there were reduction in number of recurrent episodes of asthma. Although this was a cohort study but it may provide a wide future scope for management of asthma with homoeopathic mother tincture of cressa cretica. Further studies should be conducted at multicentric levels and should include more number of patients to affirm the efficacy of cressa cretica mother tincture in cases of asthma. This will help to enrich the existing literature of materia Medica, improve knowledge of
clinicians and to encourage future researches.
Cressa cretica, Bronchodilatory, Homoeopathy, Asthma