Russian Scientist explains the Process of Homeopathic Dilution and Agitation
The scientific aspect of homeopathy is incredibly interesting. Here’s a piece from a Russian scientist that is awesome…
Vladimir Voeikov from the Lomonosov Moscow State University is a world expert on the chemical and physical properties of aqueous systems and their key role in the vital processes of living systems. He takes aim at critics who scoff at homeopathy’s plausibility as extensive and highly detailed work on the biological effects of ultra high dilutions has been ongoing in Russia since the 1980s.
What Voeikov and his colleagues have shown time and again is that the process of homeopathic dilution and agitation, even down past the Avogadro limit (so that no particles are supposed to still be present), does NOT get rid of all the dissolved substance.
Instead, microscopically tiny “clumps” of the dissolved substance — known as nanoassociates — remain behind and these are biologically active. What’s more, various analytical techniques can be used to track these nanoassociates, and they affect water in many ways that make it different from pure water, e.g., electrical conductivity and surface tension. So, a solution diluted and agitated beyond the Avogadro limit is anything but pure water.