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Effects of Additional Agitation Process on the Spectrophotometric Profiles of Homoeopathic High Dilutions

A study has been done give scientific support to conventional homoeopathy, recommends giving 10 succussions before taking to prescription bottle. To support such activity scientifically, the studies on the physicochemical aspects of the memory of water and agitated water chains, supplemented with spectrometry has been done.  The objective analysis was according to each dilution’s kingdom to analyze spectrometric profiles of homoeopathic high dilutions, comparing additionally agitated and non-agitated dilutions. Homoeopathic dilutions are prepared in 1:100 ratio from 1CH to 15CH. Measurements of absorbance of 15cH dilutions were performed at 340 nm and 200 nm, with and without additional agitation. Statistically significant differences were found between agitated and non-agitated dilutions for Apis mellifica, Bufo rana, and Calcium iodatum, with a decrease in the mean value of absorbance (340 nm) in agitated solutions. The absorbance values amplified for Arnica montana, Matricaria chamomilla, Coffea arabica, Pulsatilla nigricans, Calcium iodatum and Natrum muriaticum whereas these values are decreased for Apis mellifica and Bufo rana. It was observed that there are significant differences for all homoeopathic dilutions studied when the measurements has been performed in shorter wavelength. When the absorbance mean values for each kingdom, and observing the agitation factor, has been compared, a statistically significant difference was found in the animal kingdom having lower absorbance for agitated dilutions. Therefore it is concluded there is a difference of the absorbance when comparing a previously agitated solution and a solution with no agitation before taking it.

Reference: Luis Gabriel Piñeros, Luis Miguel Pombo, Claudia Delgado, Jonth Flechas, Maria Camila Mejía, Paola Borrego, Effects of Additional Agitation Process on the Spectrophotometric Profiles of Homeopathic High Dilutions, International Journal of High Dilution Research, Vol 15, No 2 (2016)
















 

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