CHEMISTRY OF HOMEOPATHY and the FDA

The John Benneth Journal

SIMPLE ELECTROCHEMICAL EXPLANATION OF HOMEOPATHIC DRUGS

The solute in a homeopathic drug is not molecular because its been ionized, and there are tests that prove it.

All of the extreme controversy over whether or not the homeopathic remedy is placebo or verum, whether or not these materials are medically effective, and all of these phony money offers to “prove homeopathy”, conveniently avoid this simple, demonstrable fact, a fact that separates homeopathy from fiction: the solute in highly diluted solutions used as homeopathic drugs is ionized and can be physically detected by conventional chemical analysis.

Students and professors of electrochemistry should be well aware of this elementary principle of molecular dissociation, that as the solute 0resumably decreases and thins out, its molar conductivity increases to an asymptote and evidence of the solute persists in the solvent despite an apparent infinite number of dilutions.

Why or how the solute persists in infinite…

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