Dr.Devendra Kumar Munta MD (Homeo)
The modus operandi of Differentiating Homeopathic Medicines by Measuring physiological variability in Human Body temperature --“Research work Ready for open Challenge”
Abstract: Homeopathic Medicine of 200c potency are given to Human subjects. Temperature variability is measured from skin of fore arm. Temperature variability data is subjected to parametric reconstruction and Auto regressive spectrum with the help of statistical software to identify the remedy specific action. Autoregressive coefficient’s of different remedies are compared with one another by using correlation coefficient formula. Similar remedies taken their appropriate place in the correlation chart.
Keywords:Biorhythm, Physiological variability, Hypothalamus,Temperature Variability, data logger, Water soil temperature sensor, Parametric Reconstruction and Prediction, AR Spectrum, AR Spectral Coefficients, Correlation coefficient.
Aims and Objective:
- To differentiate Homeopathic remedies from one another.
- To identify an unlabelled Homeopathic medicine i.e, given to a person
- To select right Homeopathic remedy for a diseased person.
- To know the relation between Homeopathic Remedies.
- To verify Homeopathic basic principles and other observations made by stalwarts.
Introduction and Review of Research works:
Homeopathic medicines produce great impact on Hypothalamus, influence biorhythm this intern effect the physiological phenomenon in human body which are the cause for health and disease. Modern science called Homeopathic medicine as placebo due to absence of substance in Homeopathic dilutions. Research work on physiological variability is conducted to explore the possible mechanism under the action of Homeopathic medicines. This research may further explain the complexes in Homeopathic dilutions which might have a path for modern trends in Homeopathic Research.
The low concentrations of homeopathic remedies, often lacking even a single molecule of the diluted substance,1 lead to an objection that has dogged homeopathy since the 19th century: how, then, can the substance have any effect? Modern advocates of homeopathy have suggested that “water has a memory”—that during mixing and succussion, the substance leaves an enduring effect on the water, perhaps a “vibration”, and this produces an effect on the patient. However, nothing like water memory has ever been found in chemistry or physics.2,3, Furthermore, the claims of homeopathy contradict pharmacological science, which shows that higher doses of an active ingredient exert stronger effects.
Homeopathic remedies have been the subject of numerous clinical trials, which test the possibility that they may be effective through some mechanism unknown to science. While some individual studies have positive results,4,5 systematic reviews of published trials have failed to demonstrate efficacy.6,7,8,9
What is dynamic influence,–dynamic power?10 Our earth, by virtue of hidden invisible energy, carries the moon around her in twenty eight days and several hours, and the moon alternately, in definite fixed hours (deducting certain differences which occur with the full and new moon) raises our northern seas to flood tide and again correspondingly lowers them to ebb. Apparently this takes place not through material agencies, not through mechanical mechanical contrivances, as are used for products of human labor; and so we see numerous other events about us as results of the action of one substance on another substance without being able to realise a sensible connection between cause and effect. Only the cultured, practised in camparison and deducation, can form for himself a kind of supra-sensual idea sufficient to keep all that is mataerial or mechanical in his thoughts from such concepts. He calls such effects dynamic, virtual, that is, such as result from absolute, specific, pure energy and action of the one substance upon the other substance.10
Biases are present in placebo-controlled trials of both homoeopathy and conventional medicine. When account was taken for these biases in the analysis, there was weak evidence for a specific effect of homoeopathic remedies, but strong evidence for specific effects of conventional interventions. This finding is compatible with the notion that the clinical effects of homoeopathy are placebo effects.11
Central council for research in Homeopathy conducted a research work on physiological variability concluded results as such Aconitum napellus produced a response in heart rate variability (HRV) with 30c potency and in blood flow variability with 1M potency. Sulphur 200c and 1M, Gelsemium 200c and Pulsatilla 200c, produced a 62.5% response in HRV against the placebo response of 16.6%. Gelsemium, Phosphorus, and Sulphur produced a response in blood flow variability with a 1M potency, similar to the response of Aconitum napellus 1M.These data suggest that it is possible to record the response of homeopathic medicines on physiologic parameters of the autonomic nervous system.12
Material and Methods:
- Temperature Data logger,
- Water/Soil Temperature Sensors ,
- PC & Green line data logging software.
- Human Subjects.
- Homeopathic Medicines of 200c Dilution.
- Statistical Processing Software for Data Analysis.
Homeopathic medicines produce great impact on physiological variability. Change in pattern of physiological variability is used for differentiating Homeopathic medicines. The procedure explained is certainly a valuable method to identify unlabelled individual Homeopathic medicines as well as identifying remedy for diseased individual. The automatic arrangement of remedies in correlation chart shows the relation between Homeopathic remedies. This procedure of measuring physiological variability and differentiating remedies by correlation formula will verify the basic principles and other observation in Homeopathy made by start warts. This procedure can be developed to a great extent to write a computer programme (annexure 1) to identify Homeopathic remedy in a single click.
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