Homeopathic Secretin in autism: a clinical pilot study.

@article{Robinson2001HomeopathicSI,
  title={Homeopathic Secretin in autism: a clinical pilot study.},
  author={Timothy W Robinson},
  journal={The British homoeopathic journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={90 2},
  pages={86-91}
}
Autism is a condition characterised by impairments of social communication, social interaction and social imagination. The exact aetiology of autism is unknown but some autistic features have been explained by the 'opioid excess theory' in which excess brain peptide levels have a morphine-like activity. Reduction of peptide levels by administration of the duodenal enzyme Secretin has been found to improve social and language skills in autistic patients. Homeopathic Secretin has been said to… CONTINUE READING
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