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Smell is a Fallen Angel – Olfaction and Homeopathy

  This Quick Research Byte post relates to the recent commentary “Could the Olfactory System Be a Target for Homeopathic Remedies as Nanomedicines?” published by Florence Courtens, Jean-Louis Demangeat, and Mourad Benabdallah in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Volume 00, Number 00, 2018, pp. 1–7. The full article can be accessed and downloaded here. The […]

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Nanoparticles in Homeopathy – Recent Research Shows Hormetic Activation with High Dilutions

In the year 2010 Prof. P.S Chikrammane, Prof. Jayesh Bellare and team published one of the highly acclaimed papers on nano particles[i] – The nanoparticulate hypothesis. The work concluded that the nano particles are presented even at dilution more than Avogadro’s limit, which may be one the mode of actions of homeopathic medicine in human […]

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Is it the Breakthrough in Homeopathy We Have Been Waiting For? – Magnetic Photons and Homeopathic Modus Operandi?

A recent paper by Lenger Karin, Institute for Scientific Homeopathy, Offenbach D-63065, Germany titled, “Homeopathy—A Regulation Therapy Healing Hypo- or Hyper-functions of Pathological Pathways by Magnetic Photons according to the Resonance Principle” published in Journal of Life Sciences 11 (2017) 53-64; doi: 10.17265/1934-7391/2017.02.001 claims an important finding for the most burning question of century – the Modus Operandi of […]

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Spectroscopic profiles of ultrahigh and additional agitated homeopathic dilutions

Editorial by Dr. Saurav Arora, Editor-in-chief, International Journal of High Dilution Research Once upon a time it was presumed that homeopathic medicines are merely solution of water and alcohol; devoid of any medicinal substance, and hence nothing but placebo. This statement does not hold true today. An extensive and progressive research is now able to differentiate and […]