Abstract Title:

[The effects of Arnica Montana on blood coagulation. Randomized controlled trial].

Abstract Source:

Can Fam Physician. 1993 Nov;39:2362-7. PMID: 7903572

Abstract Author(s):

L Baillargeon, J Drouin, L Desjardins, D Leroux, D Audet

Article Affiliation:

Unité de recherche clinique en médecine familiale, Centre hospitalier de l'Université Laval.


The purpose of this study, which took the form of a two-period cross-over clinical trial, was to determine whether a homeopathic substance, Arnica Montana, significantly decreased bleeding time (Simplate II) and to describe its impact on various blood coagulation tests. It was not shown that this substance had a significant impact on various parameters of blood coagulation in healthy volunteers in the period immediately following administration [corrected].

Study Type : Human: Case Report
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