International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences
2018, Vol. 2 Issue 4, Part A
A novel phenomenological model for unusual behavior of high dilution molecular mixture applicable in diluted homeopathic medicine
Author(s): BK Chaudhuri
Physicochemical behavior of high dilution mixture as in Homeopathic medicine (hereafter Homed) is very complicated. In the present paper, we introduced the concept of creation of hydrogen bonded “active ion/molecule” (termed as NAM) or nano-cluster (earlier observed in water-alcohol mixture) carrying the signature of the disease curing cues. These NAMs, dipolar in nature, are created during the "succussion" process (potentization) preparing a Homed. The different NAMs are capped by the different cues from the medicine molecules used to produce Homed. The nano-structural NAMs are finally stabilized in the host liquid/solid media. Therefore, in the healing process by a Homed, presence/absence of original solid or liquid medicinal molecules in the host is not that important. Only the NAMs formed in the host medium take part to cure the disease. The numbers of such NAMs decrease with increasing dilution, but their activity and dynamicity increase, thereby increasing the potency of the higher diluted Homeds. This novel conjecture of the formation of H-bonded nano clusters is supported by previous experimental studies carried out with water-alcohol mixtures, in particular.
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BK Chaudhuri. A novel phenomenological model for unusual behavior of high dilution molecular mixture applicable in diluted homeopathic medicine. Int J Hom Sci 2018;2(4):06-12.