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Homoeopathic principles

Bioactive chemicals have two phases of action depending on their concentration. Many medical books refer to hormesis, or the Arndt-Schulz law, as the observations that weak concentrations of biological agents stimulate physiological activity, medium concentrations of agents depress physiological activity, and large concentrations halt physiological activity. Very small concentrations alter physiological errors by triggering innate homeostatic mechanisms. Conventional scientific research has verified that extremely low concentrations of biological agents can exhibit powerful biochemical effects. Beta-endorphins are known to modulate natural killer-cell activity in dilutions of 10-18. Interleukin -1, an important part of the immune system, has been found to exhibit increased T-cell clone proliferation at <10-19. Modern biochemistry has also understood possible pharamacokinetics via bystander immune action in which homeopathic amino acid motifs of low to middles dilutions (D1 to D14) are processed in Payer’s patches and by immune cells in mesenchyme (matrix).
Law of Similars (“Similia similibus curentur”) states that disease in patients can be eliminate by applying remedies which are capable of inducing similar disease. Immune Bystander reaction may also explain immune involvement in Homotoxic remedies which are diluted in infitisemal molecular dosages. “By-stander” reaction acts through protein molecules in anti-homotoxic and homoeopathic preparations, which are phagocytised and lysed into smaller chain amino acids of 5 to 15 segments or “motifs”. Back at the cell surface they link to a mayor histocompability complex (MHC). T 3 lymphocytes bind these motifs and release the inhibitory messenger or cytokines like TGF-? which block inflammation.
Arndt Shultz Law of minimal dosages is result of energetic nature of cellular structures. Matrix is made up of matrisomes or four molecular PG/GAG structural glycoproteins. They build as a tunnels which allow passage of transported substances. These tunnels are surrounded by structured water dipol-magnet molcules bound in semicrystalline or gel order which reflects a combination of water-solute and water-surface interactions plus capillary forces. The nature of a water in live organism is hydrocolloid or protein polymer network with protein and ionic structure. Structures with energetically minimal surfaces conduct ions and proteins that move in coordinated fashion and are influenced by a minimal input. This explains ability of even a single molecule of a homoeopathic substance to induce reaction from the matrices and response from bio regulatory cells (i.e. fibroblasts, cytokine producing cells).
Herring (Herring’s Law) described principle of regressive vicariation, which is taking place in upper parts of body or from above down; from more to less vital organs and in reverse order of disease sequence in progressive vicariation.