See Law Of Opposites
See Bi-Phasal Action Of Drugs
6.0221415 x 10 23 (the number of molecules in one mol of any given substance). Dilution beyond Avogadro’s number is, in theory, any substance diluted until no molecules of the original substance are left in the dilution.
Bi-Phasal Action Of Drugs
If a drug inhibits a function in a moderate dose, it will stimulate that same function in a minute dose (Arndt-Schultz Law).
The complete restoration of health, evident after discontinuing treatment. “Health” remains after all signs and symptoms of disease have been removed permanently.
Any substance that causes symptoms or alterations in health. Any substance that has biological activity in a live organism.
Drug Side Effects
The effects of the drug. The changes, symptoms and alterations produced by a drug in an organism during treatment that are not palliating or suppressing symptoms of the existing disease.
Dual Action Of Drugs
The primary action of a drug is a bio-chemical action affecting the molecules, cells and tissues of the organism. A drug’s secondary action is the body’s adaptive response to the primary action. The secondary action is often opposite in nature to the primary action, and triggered by bio-energetic (electromagnetic), not by chemical signals.
The treatment of a disease with a substance that can produce a similar disease in healthy people.The employment of a substance-specific electromagnetic signal derived from a drug that is selected for each case of an illness, according to its symptom-similarity, to amplify or intensify the natural bio-electromagnetic signals the body employs during this illness, in hopes of accelerating and ensuring complete recovery.
The selection of a remedy, dose, and potency suitable for a given case or disease or patient after taking into consideration his unique group of symptoms, sensitivity and susceptibility.
Law Of Opposites
A drug producing a sufficient number of opposite symptoms to those of a disease will suppress or palliate these symptoms if administered in a sufficiently high dose (antipathy).
Law Of Similars
A drug causing sufficient number of similar symptoms to those of a disease will cure that disease if administered in the minimum effective dose (homeopathy).
The science and practice of applying medicinal substances; medicines; drugs; or remedies to treat disease.
The dose small enough to produce a curative or restorative effect in a diseased organism without causing side effects.
The adaptive and defensive biological response of the living organism to a physical, chemical or biological threat or injury, aimed at restoring health. The response is characterized by specific health effects and symptoms, and triggered by disease-specific bio-electromagnetic signals.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The absorption of electromagnetic energy (typically radio waves) by the nuclei of atoms placed in a strong magnetic field. The nuclei of different atoms absorb unique frequencies of radiation depending on their environment, thus by observing which frequencies are absorbed by a sample placed in a strong magnetic field (and later emitted again, when the magnetic field is removed), it is possible to learn much about the sample’s unique makeup and structure.
Substance causing changes or alterations in the healthy organisms when given in a large (toxic) dose (thus “pharmakon” [Gr]: drug; poison).
A medicinal substance that has undergone the process of potentization, its active principle being effects generated in water or alcohol by serial agitation alternating with progressive steps of dilution.
Theoretical postulate of a drug causing the most similar drug disease – the one most likely to cure.
The administration of a single pure drug of any given dose at any one time without admixtures of any other drugs.
Specificity Of Drug Action
Each drug causes specific effects in all living organisms that are distinct from those caused by any other drug.
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