Natural form of therapy

Potentiated medicines

The principles of homeopathy go back to Samuel Hahnemann and are based on the assumption “similar things may be cured by similar things” (similia similibus curentur). To produce a homeopathic medicine, the basic substance is subjected to a rhythmic dilution, a so-called potentiation. This is done either in a ratio of 1:10 or 1:100 with water, lactose or ethanol. This results in preparations in the well-known D or C potencies. Through the manufacturing step of potentiation, also called dynamisation or shaking, energy is added. This results in a transfer of information, which is amplified with each potentisation step.