Studies Showing Evidence of Herbal and Homeopathic Detox

Homeopathic "Detox" is an important aspect of my practice. In this link, I have documented several scientific studies showing the effectiveness of herbal and homeopathic detox remedies.


Herbal and Homeopathic Detox in the Scientific Literature


Homeopathy and Autism Studies

Indian research into Homeopathy's Effectiveness in Autistic Spectrum Disorder

The Spandan Holistic Mother-And-Child Care Hospital, located in Mumbai, India, conducted a research project with the title “Exploring the effectiveness of homeopathic therapeutics in the management of childhood autism disorder” from November 2006 to November 2009. The project was conducted under the auspices of the Central Council of Research in homeopathy, under the Ministry of Health, Government of India. Sixty cases were enrolled from November 2006 to March 2008. Follow-ups were studied for the period of one year.

Homeopathic intervention brought about modification in the behaviour quite rapidly, followed by changes in other aspects. Children who were gradually regressing and showing a trend towards deterioration showed marked reversal in autistic features (AHS1 36 to AHS5 14.30; p value < 0.05) (Fig. 5). (AHS = Autistic hyperactivity score. Scale measures hyperactivity expressed in the form of restlessness, object fixation, spinning, fidgety etc. Range 0 to 59.)

There was sharp decrease in the ATEC score after starting homeopathic treatment. When we examine mean scores, there also we can see that almost 34% improvement takes place in the first quarter, and 60% by six months (Fig. 6).


Effectiveness of Homeopathy in Autism: Research Project Findings

Comorbid Complaints in Autism and the Role of Homeopathy

To read more about the scientific evidence for homeopathy's role in treating many of the comorbid complaints of Autism, click the link below:

Comorbid Complaints in Autism: What is the Evidence that Homeopathy Can Help?


Studies Showing Beneficial Effects of Homeopathy in a Variety of Other Conditions

You'll often hear that there is no scientific evidence in favour of homeopathy. This statement has been repeated so often that people assume it's a fact, but it simply isn't true.

Robert Medhurst, BNat, ND, DHom, is an Australian naturopath specialising in homeopathy. He has taken the time to compile this list of 500 abstracts from human, animal, plant and in-vitro scientific studies published in peer-reviewed journals that show abundant evidence to confirm a positive effect from homeopathy. Here, for your consideration, is a link to:


500 Studies Showing Beneficial Effects of Homeopathy


When you have perused these 500 studies, you will understand that statements saying there's no evidence are not backed by much research.

Other Ongoing Research

The Homeopathy Research Institute was set up as an international charity to provide the kind of information that will support the results that everyday users of homeopathy experience in practice.

In this video Rachel Roberts, Chief Executive Officer of the Homeopathic Research Institute, talks about their work.

Research about How Homeopathy Works

Dr Steven Cartwright is a Mollecular Biologist and Researcher at The Homeopathic Research Institute.

In this video he gives an overview of the current situation with homeopathy research, how homeopathy may work and the importance of HRI in helping research to progress.

Links to Other Sources of Information on Homeopathic Research and Scientific Evidence