Latest study reveals homoeopathy a highly scientific nano-medicine

Debunking the often repeated debate of quashing Homoeopathic medicine--‘sweet milk powder pills’—as mere ‘placebo’, a latest study has shown that Homoeopathy may be a highly scientific ‘nano-medicine’.

“Even the highest dilutions of remedies have left signatures of respective original molecules in their nano-particle form, when subjected to electron microscopy studies, validated later by wavelength analysis,” claims Prof. Jayesh R Bellare of the prestigious IIT-Bombay.

Prof. Jayesh, Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering, was sharing findings of  his ongoing research on the “Materials Science of Homoeopathic Medicines: A Nanoparticulate Perspective” with the delegates of the recently concluded 66th World Homoeopathic Congress of Liga Homoeopathica Medicorum Internationalis (LMHI).

This gains significance when massive investments had been made world over in the so-called modern medicine to encourage nano-medicine to find out medicated nano-particles that could target a chosen diseased cell or cells to treat the sick.

Jayesh’s initial experience in analysing the physico-chemical properties of “Bhasmas” of Indian System of Medicine Ayurveda and later characterizing their composition has prompted Jayesh to extend his research to Homoeopathic drugs.

The interest in the research further intensified with the so-called modern system of medicine, Allopathy, not prepared to accept homoeopathy as a medicine as the latter does not contain any molecules and hence no effect on cell biology.

Samples of various batches of drugs made of different “elements” such as Aurum Metallicum, Cuprum Metallicum and Zincum Metallicum in different potencies starting from 30C, 200C and higher were collected and were subjected to electron microscopy study.

The homoeopathic dilutions of potencies above 12X are supposed not to contain any molecules as propounded by the Avogadro’s Hypothesis. But surprisingly, the crystalline structures of each drug had their finger print of the basic element of its origin were exhibited even in higher potencies.

Their electron diffraction of each element in the dilution had measured 5 to 10 nanometers. This was again validated using wavelength studies and their results graphed. This proves beyond doubt that the homoeopathic drugs in the higher potencies ranging from 30 C exhibit the nano-particulate character of the original elements/molecules they were made of.

Further studies are on with other higher potencies to characterize the nano-particles of each drug.

Even substances hitherto considered “inert” like Lycopodium, Gold and Platinum, would work wonders on human beings as powerful remedies when their innate potential is brought out through what was described as “succession, trituration, potentisation or dynamisation’ discovered by its founder Samuel Hahnemann, unique to Homoeopathy.

Meanwhile, Dr Alexander Tournier, principal investigator, Homoeopathy Research Institute, London, said we have to build homoeopathy on the “principles of physics” to face the criticism of the system from others.

He told the WHC how succession process could ‘break the quantum domain’ of the medical substance and accelerates/decelerates protein, like electro-magnetic waves do, in the higher dilution of homoeopathic drugs that does not contain any molecules.

Dr Joseph M Schmidt from the University of Munich, Germany also favoured application of quantum physics as against conventional concepts of materialistic methods and epistemology for homoeopathic drugs.