Thuya occidentalis CH12 como tratamento alternativo da papilomatose canina

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The papillomatosis is a disease of chronic nature and can cause epithelial and mucosa tumors. . It may affect any gender, race or age but is most common in young animals. The papillary lesions occur mainly on the oral mucosa, in the lips, tongue and pharynx, besides appearing also in the eeyes and skin. This study aimed to report the effectiveness of the Thuya occidentalis CH12 , a homeopathic medication commonly used in the treatment of dogs with papillomatosis . The positive results could be noticed, in some cases, even in the first week of treatment , or after twenty days, with the total remission of the lesions occurring in most of the cases within fifteen days . Founded based on the similarity principle, the homeopathy relies on the experimental observation that any substance capable of causing certain symptoms in a healthy person can cure these same symptoms in a sick person. The Thuya occidentalis proved to be effective against canine papillomavirus lesions, and with fast results at an affordable economic value.

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Queiroz, F. F., Rodrigues, A. B. F., Di Filippo, P. A., Almeida, A. J., & Silveira, L. S. (2015). Thuya occidentalis CH12 como tratamento alternativo da papilomatose canina. Revista Brasileira de Plantas Medicinais, 17(4), 945–952.

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