Dupuytren’s Contracture Homeopathic Treatment
How to use homeopathy for Dupuytren’s contracture
Dupuytren’s contracture homeopathic treatment is an important part of a balanced holistic therapy plan. It is an excellent way to support and encourage the body to self-heal this disease. However, as good as homeopathic therapy is, Dupuytren’s contracture is still a difficult and challenging problem to treat.
For this reason, DCI suggests using a diverse Alternative Medicine program to support the body’s effort to heal and eliminate DC. Dupuytren’s contracture homeopathic treatment is just one more way to treat this problem. The idea is not to use homeopathic treatment for Dupuytren’s contracture as a stand-alone or solo therapy. We suggest using homeopathy for in a larger formal Dupuytren’s contracture treatment plan with other types of natural therapy. This multiplies the effectiveness of all therapies that are used.
People report to DCI what happens when they use their combination treatment plans. We receive 8-10 reports of moderate to marked success using DCI treatment plans that include homeopathy for Dupuytren’s contracture, for every one report of failure. When used as DCI suggests, the results increase. When used incorrectly, the results suffer.
For specific information about homeopathy and Dupuytren’s contracture, please read below.
Connection of homeopathy and Dupuytren’s contracture
Many studies and research suggest homeopathic treatment for Dupuytren’s contracture can be an effective option.
For example, a 2003 research study at the University of Hamburg, Germany, was titled, “The effect of homeopathic plant extract solutions on the cell proliferation of human cutaneous fibroblasts in vitro.” It identified 11 homeopathic remedies that slowed or reduced fibroblast cell growth. Notice that key word, “fibroblast.” As you recall, fibroblasts are specialized connective tissue cells found in every tissue and organ. Fibroblasts are cellular protein-making factories. They also produce the various connective tissue elements, as found in Dupuytren’s contracture. There is an over-abundance of fibroblasts in the palm during the early stage of Dupuytren’s contracture. Therefore, this study shows how homeopathy can help Dupuytren’s contracture, in a big way. By slowing fibroblast cell growth, Dupuytren’s contracture homeopathic treatment can alter the production and composition of the palm lump and finger cord.
Next, a 2010 double-blind study in the British Journal of Dermatology reports that homeopathy can influence tissue repair. It showed that an arnica homeopathic remedy reduced the hematoma (bruise) and pain during postoperative recovery. In addition, there was overall improvement of tissue healing reported. Obviously, the ability of homeopathic to improve tissue repair and healing is important to using homeopathy for Dupuytren’s contracture.
Controversy about homeopathy, explained
Homeopathy is a controversial topic. A number of its key concepts do not conform to current medical thinking. For example, it is not possible to explain in scientific terms how a product containing little or no active ingredient can have any effect on the body. This, in turn, creates major challenges to rigorous clinical investigation of such products. For example, researchers cannot confirm that an extremely dilute mixture is actually present, as stated on the label. Nor are they able to develop objective measures that show effects of extremely dilute products in the human body.
Even so, the Lancet and other medical publications of high regard have published information favorable to homeopathy. The Queen of England has her own personal homeopath. Walgreens, CVS and other drug stores now sell dozens of different homeopathic formulas for a variety of health problems, right along with over-the-counter drugs. This trend toward acceptance of homeopathy says a lot about its effectiveness and safety.
Using Homeopathy and Dupuytren’s contracture
Another research challenge of homeopathic treatments is that they are highly individualized. There is no uniform prescribing standard for homeopathic practitioners. The homeopath prescribes to the symptoms of individual patient, and not to the condition treated. For this reason, there is no standard treatment for any particular condition. Further, there are hundreds of different homeopathic preparations, prescribed in a variety of different dilutions for thousands of symptoms. Not all Dupuytren’s contracture looks, feels, or acts the same. Different cases of DC have different symptoms. Therefore, homeopathic treatment for Dupuytren’s contracture would be different in each case. This drives medical thinking crazy.
Homeopathy is comparatively inexpensive, and often downright cheap. Homeopaths usually prescribe and dispense homeopathic preparations from their offices. Thus, homeopathy does not support the drug industry. Homeopathy is an annoying competition for the drug industry that works to destroy it. This is the primary reason for the controversy about homeopathy.
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Difference of opinion about homeopathy
Yes, there is abundant evidence that homeopathy does work. However, there is also evidence that it does not work. There is controversy like this in many areas of medicine. A major reason for controversy about homeopathy is due to the difficulty of studying anything so diluted that it disappears. In a homeopathic preparation, the original substance mentioned on the label is so dilute that there is no chemical trace of it. Only the energy of that substance remains. This is why some MDs scoff at homeopathy. However, other MDs never use conventional drugs, and use homeopathic therapy exclusively.
Why all this confusion and controversy about homeopathy? Some valid scientific research on this subject says homeopathy is effective, and some equally valid scientific research says homeopathy is not effective.
To become an MD, a person has to be rather smart, and rather educated. For this reason, it is significant for an MD to say homeopathy is not effective. However, there are other MDs, just as smart and just as educated, who say homeopathy is effective. They use it exclusively to treat their patients, and never use conventional drugs. Which group is correct?
Sometimes it is difficult to know exactly what to do about Dupuytren’s contracture homeopathic treatment. Sometimes you just have to try things and see what happens, after doing your best to investigate and educate yourself. Adding a homeopathic therapy to your treatment plan adds an inexpensive and wider energy-based therapy to your Dupuytrens effort.
Satisfaction with homeopathy
There are many published research reports on the pubmed.gov website about patient satisfaction with homeopathy. These studies are in the 90-95% satisfaction range for being fairly to very satisfied, a high satisfaction rating. The interesting part of these reports is that almost all these patients were treated for chronic conditions, and failed at standard medical treatment. Yet, they were very satisfied with what homeopathy did for them.
Homeopathic remedies are extremely safe when taken as directed. Like all homeopathic remedies, ScarStat is easy to take and easy to transport in liquid form. Taking ScarStat as your homeopathic treatment for Dupuytren’s contracture is an easy way to broaden your therapy plan inexpensively, and further increases your odds for success.
Suggestions for using Dupuytren’s contracture homeopathic treatment
Because homeopathy is all about energy, using ScarStat homeopathic preparation is very different from using traditional medicine. There are several “rules” to follow, since it is critical that you receive the maximum effect of the energy available in any homeopathic preparation.
Other forms of energy can adversely influence and weaken the effect of any homeopathic formula. Therefore, be very careful how you handle the homeopathic spray bottle:
- Do not expose to excessive heat. Keep away from a hot car, hot stove, etc.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight. Avoid expose to direct sunlight for longer than necessary.
- Do not expose to x-ray radiation. Never let a homeopathic remedy go through an X-ray detector at the airport.
- Do not allow tip of the dropper to come in contact with the inside of mouth, or anything else that will contaminate it.
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How to take ScarStat
Please follow these suggestions for taking ScarStat in a diversified Dupuytren’s contracture treatment plan:
- Your mouth must be “clean” before you take any homeopathic remedy. Do not eat or drink anything – even water – 3-5 minutes before and after taking ScarStat. Mint candy or gum is the worst thing you can take that will reduce the benefit of any homeopathic preparation. Further, avoid any strongly flavored food or drink 20 minutes before and after you use ScarStat.
- Place 3 drops directly under the tongue. It is not good enough to drop or spray the liquid into the mouth. Absorption happens best under the tongue, so please raise the tongue.
- Hold liquid on the floor of the mouth for at least 30 seconds, then swallow. Do not cheat on time.
- Take 2-3 times per day. Take more often than this if you feel it necessary.
While you are treating your Dupuytren’s contracture with homeopathy avoid coffee, mint, peppermint and preparations containing menthol, eucalyptus and camphor. These can interfere with the action of any homeopathic remedy.
DCI has done this work since 2004, working with people from around the world. We find homeopathic treatment for Dupuytren’s contracture to be a critical part of any successful plan. Over the years, DCI has investigated many homeopathic formulas to treat Dupuytren’s contracture. We have found ScarStat to be an effective, safe and reliable homeopathic treatment for a wide range of people.
Having Dupuytren’s contracture is serious. Many people are casual and overly trusting about Dupuytren’s contracture surgical treatment. They are told hand surgery is a simple and easy solution for their hand problem. Seldom is this true. Most people do not know about the speed and frequency of recurrence of Dupuytren’s contracture after hand surgery. Usually, the first hand surgery is just the beginning of more hand surgeries. The cumulative results can be horrific.
Good natural treatment of Dupuytren’s contracture should include homeopathy to give the body the best opportunity to heal the DC palm lump. DCI averages reports of success from 8-10 people who report moderate to marked success over their DC, for every one report of failure.
Better to first try every option for conservative treatment of Dupuytren’s contracture before venturing out into surgery.
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