Homeopathy can be seen as an ‘information therapy’. It is a form of healing that treats people with the energetic (waveform) component of heavily diluted preparations. Homeopathic remedies were originally prepared by serial dilution and forceful shaking, commonly called "succussion."

Each further dilution increases the effect of the treatment. Homeopaths call this process "potentisation". Dilution usually continues until all molecules of the original substance are gone, leaving only the energetic memory in purified water in the form of magnetic photons. Homeopathic remedies use information from substances diluted many times in water.

It is now possible to digitize the waveform component and change its degree of potency by increasing the amplitude and then measure their several frequency spectra.

Homeopaths consult reference books known as 'repertories'. They select a remedy based on the totality of the symptoms, including someone's physical and psychological state. These remedies are, almost exclusively, considered safe. 

Allopatic physicians have been trained to diagnose and treat the symptom by thinking and practicing at the molecular and atomic level and subsequently use vaccines, drugs, and antibiotics for treating the 'diagnosed' symptoms. One synthetic molecule effecting an organic molecule chemically, with all the potentially disastrous side-effects.

Most of them are against it, because they have not studied sub-atomic, energetic, or vibrational healing, which is sending a very specific signal -instead of a drug- to the body so as to trigger a specific biological reaction.

They have not learned that the trillions of body cells, via their DNA molecules, have their own awareness of all the information within and around them.

Pure homeopathic remedies never contain pharmacologically active molecules. Pharmacology studies the sources, nature, and properties of drugs, and the body's reactions to it.

Medicines used in homeopathic -quantum- form consist of two classes:

  • One class includes those substances obtained from the natural world of plants, minerals, and animal products.
  • The second class, called nosodes, includes substances derived from disease products, tissue samples, mucus, pus from discharges, or cultures of microorganisms.

Nosodes correspond to the specific diseases associated with the individual bacteria or virus, or the infectious material sample taken from a patient. Both of these classes are being used to prevent disease.

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