Homeopathy research and surveys

The European Network of Homeopathic Researchers - January 2005 This document has been produced by the European Network for Homeopathic Researchers (ENHR). The ENHR was established in 2004 with the support from the European Council for Classical Homeopathy (ECCH). ECCH currently assists the ENHR in it secretarial work. The ENHR consists of 28 individuals from 10 different countries involved in or with a special interest in homeopathy research. The ENHR is open to membership for any individual involved or interested in homeopathy research.

PMS in homeopathic treatment pilot study and main study

Women with PMS under Homeopathic treatment: improvements in PMS symptoms, health and quality of life. By M Yakir at al.

After the pilot study that exhibited good results, we repeated the study on a grander scale - this time with about participants - with the same favorable results and even more details. In both trials, a novel approach was applied for the purpose of determination of the efficacy and reproducibility of classical homeopathic treatment in Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). Findings: 96 women, with evident PMS completed the study. Significantly higher improvement of PMS symptoms (mean MDQ scores) occurred in the homeopathically treated group compared to the controls (0.35 vs. 0.2, p=0.05). Marked reduction (90%) in number of sick days, (p=0.007). Significant reduction in medication intake (75% vs. 36%, p=0.03). Better self assessment (p=0.043) and more. Michal yakir, MSc.*# S. Kreitler**, Prof A.Brzezinski, MD#,G. Vithoulkas^. Z. Bentwitch, Prof MD# # Hadassah Medical School, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel **Department of Psychology, Tel Aviv University, Israel. ! Sharey Tzedek hospital, Jerusalem, Israel. ^International Homeopathic Academy, Allonisos, Greece.

Evaluating Homeopathic Medicine with Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) as a Case Study - by Michal Yakir