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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 8  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 162-176

Mathematical interpretation of the pharmacodynamics of homeopathic medicines

Ex-Research Assistant, Uvocorp LLC, Kiev, Ukraine

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Mr. John Michel Warner
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DOI: 10.4103/JISM.JISM_55_20

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According to Hahnemann, homeopathic medicines must be great immune-responses inducers. In crude states, these medicines pose severe threats to the immune system. So, the immune system of an organism backfires against the molecules of the medicinal substances. The complex immune-response mechanism activated by the medicinal molecules can handle any threats which are similar to the threats posed by the medicinal molecules. The intersectional operation of the two sets: medicine-induced immune-responses and immune-responses necessary to cure diseases shows that any effective homeopathic medicine, which is effective against any disease, can induce immune responses that are necessary to cure the specific disease. In this paper, this mechanism has been exemplified by the action of Silicea in the human body. Also, a neuroimmunological assessment of the route of medicine administration shows that the oral cavity and the nasal cavity are two administration-routes where the smallest doses (sometimes even few molecules) of a particular homeopathic medicine induce the most effective and sufficient (in amount) purgatory immune-responses. Administering the smallest unitary doses of Silicea in the oral route can make significant changes in the vital force line on the dose-response relationship graph. The dose-response relationship graph further implicates that the most effective dose of a medicine must be below the lethality threshold. If multiple doses of any medicine are administered at the same intervals, the immune-system primarily engages with the medicinal molecules; but along the passage of time, the engagement line splits into two: one engages with the medicinal molecules and another engages with diseases. The immune system’s engagement with the diseases increases along the passage of time, though the engagement with the medicinal molecules gradually falls with the administration of descending doses. Necessarily, I have shown through mathematical logic that the descending doses, though they seem to be funny, can effectively induce the most effective immune responses.

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