J Altern Complement Med. 1997 Summer; 3(2): 159-62.
When conventional treatment is not enough: a case of migraine without aura responding to homeopathy.
Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, Scotland.
A case of migraine without aura is reported, unresponsive to five years of treatment with very well indicated conventional therapies, which are listed in detail. Consultation with a homeopathic physician, who also has extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders, leads to the prescription of a single homeopathic remedy which was absolutely effective for the condition. This case is offered as an open, admittedly retrospective study, comparing the best of conventional migraine therapy with appropriate homeopathic therapy in the same patient.