In Vivo Activity Of Medications In Different Dosage And Ultrahigh Dilutions


  • Anatoly A Komissarenko Academician RAEN, Saint Petersburg, Russia



electromagnetic wave emissions of drug substances, coherent, potentization


Biological activity of medical remedies varies depending on the dosage of the medicinal substance. As we analyze the results of the medicinal effect we can determine three areas of its effect. First of all, this is a therapeutic area where its dose-dependent medical effect is demonstrated. When a certain amount of drug in the body it exceeded this causes transition to the toxic area where every medicine causes certain pathological manifestations. Significant decrease of the drug dose demonstrates the area of no effect on the body. At the same time similar body reaction can be observed with homeopathic remedies in ultrahigh dilutions. Classical definition of a dose as an amount of substance introduced into the body is not suitable for homeopathic remedies that often don’t have drug substance molecules at all. The presence of areas of different reaction is explained by the effect of electromagnetic wave emissions of drug substances. It is known that molecules of all medicinal substances have certain frequencies that come into resonance with different body structures, including genes that have similar oscillatory characteristics. This causes expression of certain genes and increase of their activities. Increase of an allopathic substance dose causes voltage increase it its wave and consequently an increase of the effect on the genes. However overdose causes hyperstimulation and exhaustion of the gene under expression and consequently pathological symptoms develop. On the other hand a dose too small cannot stimulate gene activity and this causes a lack of medical effect. As demonstrated by long-term studies, the activity of potentiated remedies (in ultrahigh dilutions) is related to development of coherence. Coherence is a phasic shift of the medicinal wave that occurs with potentiation of a remedy. As the potency is increased, every step, i.e. coherent wave shift decreases, thus increasing the probability of exact coincidence of the drug and gene waves and their contraposition to the wave of a xenobiotic. Wave shift by have the phase of a xenobiotic wave makes them opposite in terms of amplitude. They begin to damp each other and thus pathogenic effects of a xenobiotic are neutralized. In such a way, drug activity on the body is determined by wave characteristics of the medicinal substance molecules. Activity of allopathic medications depends on the dose, e.g. the number of drug substance molecules. Activity of homeopathic medications depends on the degree of their potentiation.




How to Cite

Komissarenko, A. A. (2021). In Vivo Activity Of Medications In Different Dosage And Ultrahigh Dilutions. International Journal of High Dilution Research - ISSN 1982-6206, 13(47), 140–140.