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Potentized, oral preparation of Capsaicin alkaloids and Magnesium Phosphoricum in treatment of chronic pain: A clinical trial (pp. 63-73) $45.00
Authors:  Rajesh Shah
Abstract:
A double blind, randomized, comparative study to evaluate efficacy and safety of CP with MP was conducted in 116 patients having sub-acute and chronic painful conditions by evaluating for intensity measured on Numeric Rating Scale. Out of 116 patients, 72 (62.07%) have shown improvement (30.92%) in pain. Subgroup analysis, in CP group showed higher reduction in intensity of pain (p=0.026) in age group 18-30 years and in patients with LS spine pain (p=0.014). Higher rate of change in stiffness was statistically significant (p=0.030). Patients with limb/heel/ankle pain reported reduction in the swelling of joint. Rate of reduction in tenderness in knee (p=0.014) and rate of decrease in sleep interference (p=0.015) was higher in the age group of 31-50 years. Patients on MP showed reduction in knee pain (p=0.014) and joint swelling (p=0.034). Reduction in tenderness (p=0.038) in weight group of 61-90 kg and the intensity of pain (p=0.018) in age group of 51-80 years was observed. The Law of Similars was investigated using pain producing Capsaicin alkaloids in extremely diluted dose. Ultra-molecular, highly diluted (potentized) Capsaicin alkaloids and Magnesium Phosphoricum were found effective and safe in reducing the intensity of pain. 


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Potentized, oral preparation of Capsaicin alkaloids and Magnesium Phosphoricum in treatment of chronic pain: A clinical trial (pp. 63-73)