Author(s): Dr. Vaishali Shinde and Dr. Ramesh Bawaskar
Abstract: Homoeopathic drug dynamisation theory was introduced by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in 5th edition of Organon of Medicine in 1926. Absence of modern technological aid to support this theory led to strong criticism from contemporary therapeutic system, until the use of new technologies like different electronic microscopes which demonstrated presence of nanoparticles in Homoeopathic ultra-diluted medicines. Ultra diluted Homoeopathic medicines demonstrate properties similar to nanoparticles like gene expression, electromagnetic, mechanical, optical, thermal, chemical, biological and quantum properties causing enhanced bioavailability, increased reactivity and adsorptive capacity resulting in adaptive changes of Hormesis. These technological evidences have bridged the wide gap between the Homoeopathic Philosophy and Modern Science.