Few well-designed clinical trials and systematic research reviews suggest that Ayurvedic approaches are effective. Results from a 2013 clinical trial compared two Ayurvedic formulations of plant extracts against the natural product glucosamine sulfate and the drug celecoxib in 440 people with knee osteoarthritis.
In classical homeopathy , there are many possible homeopathic treatments for hypertension, to be chosen based on various specific details of the person seeking treatment. Baryta carbonica is traditionally used for people with hypertension who are extremely shy, lack concentration, and often display immature behavior.
Homeopathic remedies are considered to be well tolerated, although allergic reactions (like rashes) have been reported. Some people also find their symptoms become worse at the start of treatment. Interactions with other drugs haven’t been well studied, although they’re unlikely given the high dilution of the remedies.