Succession Potentized Homeopathic and Dynamic Phytotherapy Remedies
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Contents 1: Introduction 3 Homeopathic Potencies 3 2: Succession potentization Homeopathic 4 2a: Potentization 4 2b: Potentization Remedies 5 2c: the Regulation and Dispensing of Remedies 6 2d: the Minimal Dose Phenomenon 6 3: Dynamic Phytotherapy Remedies 7 Radionic Potentizing 8 4: Conclusion 9 References 11 Succession Potentizes Homeopathic and Dynamic Phyto-Therapy Remedies
Potency is medically and scientifically regarded as a medicated preparation that consists of a substrate. This substrate is inert (non reactive) in nature and function. Other key characteristics of this substrate require the sequence of special energy patterns that are embedded in a natural order and often forcefully modified by mechanical or electronic intervention. It is also worth examination that the dysfunctional aspects of the substrate in the subtle energy fields are well augmented with its physical state of existence (Milgrom, 2006).
The most extensively recognized potencies are the ones that are created by the conventional homeopathic processes and under the supervision of homeopathic principles. These processes of homeopathy were formerly conceived and developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843). He was an early medical researcher in the unique field of health sciences. In the honor of his work a monument was mounted as an acknowledgement of his services in Washington DC. The homeopathic potencies
The center of attention was given to the