Phenomenal 80% Healing of an Oral Lichen Planus Patient with Homeopathy at Life Force

Oral lichen Planus (OLP) is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the mucous membranes inside your mouth. It's considered a type of lichen planus, which can also affect the skin, genitalia, and nails.

Oral lichen Planus typically presents with white, lacy patches or sores on the inside of the cheeks, gums, tongue, or other areas within the oral cavity. These lesions may be painful or cause a burning sensation or sensation of roughness in the lining of the mouth, particularly when eating or drinking acidic or spicy foods.

The exact cause of oral lichen Planus is not known, but it is believed to be related to an autoimmune response. In some cases, it may be triggered by certain medications, dental materials, or other factors. Some drugs often induce it. Stress is also a major trigger factor.


Oral lichen Planus is a chronic condition, and, while it can often be managed effectively with treatment, it may come and go over time. We, at Life Force, have worked on Lichen Planus for over two decades, and have been able to treat most cases with success using homeopathy, which is individualized, effective, and very safe. Let’s see a similar case in detail.


Case Study:

A 37-year-old female, Mrs. S. A. consulted Life Force Homeopathy clinic on 08th July 2018 seeking treatment for Oral lichen Planus which she had been suffering from for 2 months.


The key symptoms reported include:

  • White lacy lesions inside the cheeks and gums.

  • 1/2 cm round spots on the tongue.

  • Itching (very mild and rarely).

  • Burning sensation while eating spicy food.


Physicals Generals:


She was a thermally chilly patient. The patient was a non-vegetarian and had an average appetite. Her thirst was adequate and she would drink 1-2 liters of water a day. Her bowel and micturition were normal. She enjoyed a refreshing sleep.


Psychological Make-Up:


The patient was an extrovert, but, recently, she was stressed due to her disease.


At Life Force:

Dr. Shah evaluated and analyzed the case in detail and advised the necessary investigations. General management such as applying a moisturizer locally and adequate hydration along with a diet plan to follow strictly was advised. Dr. Shah also prescribed his research-based medicine to the patient.



At the first follow-up on 31st August 2018, the patient experienced a 10% relief of her complaints. No further spread of the lesions had occurred.

On 18th February 2019, the patient reported being 40% better.

During her next assessment on the 17th of October 2019, the patient reported that one new spot was seen on the gums for the last 15 days, and the patient experienced pain on the new lesions. However, the old lesions remained stable.

On 4th March 2020, the patient reported being overall 70% better.

During the next follow-up on the 26th of October 2021, all lesions were 75% better, and no new lesions were reported.

On 11th August 2022, the patient's condition improved further, with lesions being better by 80%.

 The most recent assessment by the patient's husband on 22nd September 2023 indicated that all her lesions were 80% better. Also, the hyperpigmentation on the oral mucosa was fading.


This case highlights the holistic nature of homeopathic medicine, which focuses on treating the Lichen Planus from its root cause rather than just addressing the symptoms of the disease. Homeopathy promotes recovery from oral lichen planus effectively and safely without any side effects.








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*Please note that results and duration of treatment may vary depending on the constitution of your body.